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Apparel Online Bangladesh March, 2017

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Factories with unions work more peacefully, underlines Amirul Haque Amin, President of NGWF/Chairman IndustriALL Bangladesh

Whosoever is associated with the readymade garment industry in Bangladesh agrees that the country would be able to achieve the target of US $ 50 billion in next 5 years but what is required are peaceful working conditions and a total control over labour unrest, which unfortunately are growing lately. Industry associations, buyers, Government and unions, all claim to be doing their best to resolve the labour issues, despite which unrest is prevalent…, and is rather on the rise. Why these unrests, and how could these be resolved? On this and allied issues, Apparel Online talked to Amirul Haque Amin, President, National…

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