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Coronavirus affects Bangla RMG supply chain, exports safe

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Mar '20
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Despite the readymade garments (RMG) sector in Bangladesh facing some problems in its supply chain due to the coronavirus outbreak, no negative impact is reported on the export of RMG products, according to top government officials who attended an inter-ministerial meeting on coronavirus and its impact at the prime minister’s office in Dhaka recently.

Prime minister’s principal secretary Ahmad Kaikaus presided over the meeting attended by finance secretary Abdur Rouf Talukder, senior secretary of banking and financial institutions division Mohammad Ashadul Islam, commerce secretary Mohammad Jafar Uddin and Abu Hena Mohammad Rahmatul Muneem, who is the chairman of the National Board of Revenue chairman and senior secretary of internal resources division.

The officials also said there is no impact of coronavirus on the prices of essential commodities as the country has sufficient stock and supply of all products.

Kaikaus asked the health ministry to ensure thermal scanning at different borders and airports for inbound passengers.

He emphasised on preparing short-, medium- and long-term contingency plans and continuing the increasing trend of import, export and remittance for achieving the economic growth target.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (DS)


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