Hassan highlighted the unprecedented strides made by Bangladesh's readymade garment (RMG) industry over the years in safety, sustainability and social compliance, BGMEA said in a release.
He urged AAFA to promote Bangladesh as a safe and sustainable apparel-sourcing destination among its members and encourage them to source more garments including non-cotton items from the country.
Hassan welcomed investment from AAFA members in Bangladesh, particularly in non-cotton and technical textiles and high-end apparel items.
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