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  • A factory of readymade garment

    SC upholds HC bar on Nirapon’s inspection, training

    The Supreme Court upholds a High Court order that issued a ban on the inspection and training activities of Nirapon, an alliance of North American readymade garments (RMG) buyers in Bangladesh.

  • Ready-made Garment Production

    Bangladesh leads world in green RMG production

    Bangladesh is now home to the highest number of platinum rated garment factories in the world, which portrays the country’s strong footing in green production, a leader of the garment makers’ platform said yesterday.

  • Bangladesh RMG: Gains and pains in 2018

    In the ready-made garment (RMG) sector, 2018 will in many ways be viewed as the end of an era. The Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety, the North American-led initiative which has done so much to improve worker safety in garment export factories, will shortly end operations in Bangladesh.

  • Sustainable pricing is crucial for our apparel industry

    The ready-made garment (RMG) sector in Bangladesh has enjoyed rapid growth, with the country now well established as the world's second largest supplier of apparel and with the industry accounting for 83 percent of Bangladesh's exports, employing some 4.4 million people.

  • 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.

  • Bangladesh’s RMG lot safer now: US

    US Ambassadorto Dhaka, Marcia Bernicat underlines that Bangladesh’s readymade garments sector is much safer than what it was in 2013.

  • 30th largest economy

    Bangladesh leads the way

    Bangladesh has more green garment factories than any other country in the world.

  • Transparency: What does it mean for the apparel industry?

    A news item that probably did not get much attention in Bangladesh media was an announcement in The Hague that an international court has accepted a case against two well-known fashion brands in March 2018.

  • 10 hurt as garment workers clash with cops in Mirpur

    Two police officials and several others are injured as garment workers engage in a clash with law enforcers in Mirpur 1 of Dhaka.