Bangladesh Ready-Made Garment (RMG) | The Daily Star
  • RMG workers now in fear of reprisals

    Garment workers in Ashulia and Savar industrial zones now fear harassment and also termination from their jobs after normalcy returned yesterday following eight days of unrest over wage disparity.

  • 30 hurt as cops, RMG workers clash in Savar

    At least 30 people are injured, including eight policemen, as law enforcers clash with agitating garment workers on Dhaka-Aricha highway in Savar.

  • Accord: blessing turns burden?

    The call for suspending the operations of the Accord, an inspection and remediation platform of more than 200 global clothing retailers and brands, has been getting louder as garment factory owners are being forced to spend several billion dollars to improve workplace safety.

  • Why Bangladesh's apparel industry needs a voice

    Bangladesh's ready-made garment industry, the world's second largest garment exporter, has made huge strides especially in the past few years.

  • Minimum Wage of Tk 8,000: RMG workers stage demos in capital

    Workers of readymade garment factories yesterday staged demonstrations in Dhaka, rejecting the government's decision of fixing their minimum monthly wage at Tk 8,000.

  • For further growth of our RMG

    Since its foundation, the Bangladesh Ready-Made Garment (RMG) sector has enjoyed rapid expansion, reaching an audience of international buyers and contributing to 83 percent of per annum exports, employing some 4.4 million people, and contributing over USD 32 billion to the economy.

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