The summit sees 130 participants from different stakeholders
Without fashion retailers and their suppliers working together, our industry as a whole will continue to see emissions rising.
Such incidents are becoming a serious problem for apparel exporters
Bangladesh’s apparel industry has witnessed numerous ups and downs ever since the deadly fire at the Tazreen Fashions factory in Ashulia and collapse of Rana Plaza in Savar about a decade ago.
Apparel shipments to the European Union (EU) grew 41.76 per cent year-on-year to hit $19.40 billion in the January-October period of 2022, according to data from Eurostat, the statistics department of the EU.
In recent months, global energy prices have soared, and ready-made garment (RMG) makers in Bangladesh have been feeling its impacts these past few weeks.
RMG makers in Bangladesh have a compelling story to tell. And there is no better time to start doing it than now.
Chinese Ambassador to Bangladesh Li Jiming has claimed that Washington is spreading “lies” about “forced labour” in China’s Xinjian, and warned that if Bangladesh is not cautious enough, the “lies” may hurt the Bangladeshi RMG industry.