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Is setting up a factory in Bangladesh, the best solution to be competitive?

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Apparel Online India October, 1-15, 2016

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The discussion on where to take factories is an ongoing one that is heating up by the day… While most companies are still undecided on the options being offered within the country, from Orissa to Andhra Pradesh and now Jharkhand, we find few enterprising companies looking at other countries too… For Indian investors, the most attractive and obvious destination to set up a factory is Bangladesh, but is it easy or even viable to run a factory there…, is a critical question many are asking now… Apparel Online talked to some professionals who have been a part of their company’s core team, and exploring options; setting up or running factories in Bangladesh on the challenges, and whether it is really…

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