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Deep conspiracy alleged

336 RMG factories closed

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Chittagong Bureau :
A deep conspiracy  against the garments industry is feared  and all should  be united to  foil  it  for the interest of the nation.
This was disclosed  by First Vice President of  BGMEA Moinuddin Ahmed Minto   at a seminar on New Dynamism in Banglasdesh Garments sector  jointly organised by BGMEA and CPD  held at its regional office conference room  on Monday.   Following  the measures taken by the Accord and Alliance on  compliance issued after Rana Plaza disaster, about 1250 garments factories were closed down across the country and 360 factories in Chittagong.
The seminar was told that  with the next measures of ILO, Govt and BGMEA  , another 1549 factories are feared to be closed. He said to fulfill the target  of 50 billions exports order on RMG  after completion of  half century of independence, we should change our policy to reorganise the RMG sector. He urges for positive role of the  govt  and the  private sector to fulfill the vision.

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