The BGMEA President also requested the government to complete the development projects in the shortest possible time to accelerate the economic growth of the country
It is important to provide more avenues and platforms to bring manufacturers and exporters of both countries closer so that they can reap mutual trade benefits
Despite the government announcing a stimulus package during the coronavirus pandemic, most factories laid off a large number of workers. A large part of the workers who lost their jobs were women.
BGMEA President Faruque Hassan has sought cooperation from the media to change the narrative of Bangladesh’s garment industry
The AAFA has signed a MoU with the BGMEA to support Bangladesh in promoting its trade interests in the US market
Close bilateral cooperation between Bangladesh and Indonesia can pave the way for deriving mutual trade benefits, especially in the apparel and textile sector, according to BGMEA.
If the Ukraine crisis spreads to its neighbouring countries of the European Union, this will have a serious negative impact on the overall readymade garment sector
The Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) has called upon the European Union (EU) to continue its support and assistance to help the country make smooth transition and ...
BGMEA has reiterated the call for carrying out necessary maintenance works on roads in major industrial areas
Former BGMEA president Rubana Huq has been appointed as the vice chancellor (VC) of the Asian University for Women.
This achievement came as a result of the firm determination, efforts and investment of entrepreneurs along with the support of stakeholders, said BGMEA president Faruque Hassan
Leaders of Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) have sought government support in addressing RMG sector’s challenges
BGMEA president Faruque Hassan said Bangladesh and South Korea have great potential to derive more mutual trade benefits through collaboration, especially in the area of apparel and textile industry.
Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) on Tuesday welcomed the initiative to frame a unified code of conduct for the readymade garment sector, jointly by BGMEA and BKMEA.
The next phase of Bangladesh’s development will hugely depend on industrialisation and the government’s initiatives of developing infrastructure and enhancing power generation will accelerate the ...