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BGMEA forms 25 committees to improve Bangla garment sector

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Jun '19
BGMEA forms 25 committees to improve Bangla garment sector
The Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) recently formed 25 committees to ensure better coordination in key areas. The committees will focus on buyers' forum, market development; fire, safety; branding, industrial engineering and efficiency; and innovation, political, legal, cultural affairs and women empowerment.

The committees will be headed by BGMEA president Rubana Huq, senior vice president Faisal Samad, vice president SM Mannan, vice president Arshad Jamal, vice president Moshiul Azam and vice president MA Rahim.

The committees will also look into issues related to banking and insurance, customs, cash incentive, internal audit, foreign funds and investments, automation, building affairs and labour (arbitration, crisis management, law and order), trade fairs and environmental issues. (DS)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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