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Apparel Online Bangladesh February, 2017

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Despite many mid-level manufacturers struggling to survive, numerous players are set to enter bottoms manufacturing with big investments

Even as most of the medium-level bottoms manufacturers are struggling to keep afloat, others are constructing new and green facilities for bottoms/trousers/denims. So what is it – the motivation or the push – for these players to enter into bottoms manufacturing, and how do they plan to face the challenges that have already created issues for others. Apparel Online tried to figure this out in discussion with four RMG exporters. Some of the small factories have closed down because of serious price pressures and their owners strongly maintain that there is no scope of negotiation with the buyers on price; either you take what they offer or lose out on…

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