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Exports continue to stutter

Exports continue to stutter

Exports dropped slightly in September from a year ago, which, analysts say, is a first sign of the long-term impacts of last year's drawn-out political unrest and Rana Plaza building collapse. “We are starting to see the impact of last year's events now,” said Atiqul Islam, president of the Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters...

Exports rise 7pc, but miss target

Exports rise 7pc, but miss target

Exports rose 7.25 percent year-on-year to $2.15 billion in the month of August on the back of a rebound in garment shipments. The receipts are about 28 percent less than July's collections and missed the monthly target by $457 million, according to data from the Export Promotion Bureau. Garment products, by far the biggest contributor...

Export to Japan on rise

Export to Japan on rise

Japan has turned into a major export destination for Bangladeshi products as exports to the Far Eastern country are on the rise, thanks to an increased demand for apparel and leather items at competitive prices. Riding on the back of generalised system of preferences, exports from Bangladesh to Japan increased by 14.90 percent to...

Exports to India on the decline

Exports to India on the decline

Exports to India declined 19 percent year-on-year to $456.63 million in fiscal 2013-14 mainly due to a slowdown in shipment of garment items that enjoy duty-benefit in the neighbouring market. In fiscal 2012-13, exports to India were worth $563.97 million, according to Export Promotion Bureau. But exports were supposed to increase as the Indian government...

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