Made in Bangladesh RMG
Bangladesh is a tiny country in south Asia and this country bound by India to the north, east and west, Myanmar to the southeast and by the Bay of Bengal to the south. Over 163,187,000 people and 147,610 km2 area this country increasing its growing economy so faster. Economical experts say there is a huge possibility to achieve approximately 23rd position on world economical grading in 2050. The population of Bangladesh was a biggest sin as people thought but today its turn into a strong economic changing tool of Bangladesh. With the youth of this country and expert technician, operator, labor and well-educated engineers creating the history of economic revocation of Bangladesh.
After get the freedom in 1971 from Pakistan this country stablished a constitution in 4 November 1972. For the war of 1971, this country got an economical shock and experienced a famine across the country. From that fatal situation, this country’s economy growing rapidly till today. Today’s Bangladesh is not like how it was!
Few years back when I was try to learn English, I needed someone foreigner (who can speak English) to practice so that I can learn faster. As far as I can reach someone by online messenger or any social networks. When somebody ask me where are you from? They don’t recognize my country at first try but today I think some of those people across the universe going to know about Bangladesh.
What we get from RMG internationally business? (Ready Made Garments)
The economy of Bangladesh is largely dependent on agriculture to feed the huge amount of population. However, the Ready-Made Garments (RMG) sector has emerged as the biggest earner of foreign currency. In 1972, the World Bank approximated the gross domestic product (GDP) of Bangladesh at USD 6.29 billion, in 2014, the GDP stood at USD 173.82 billion, growing by almost 27 times in a matter of four decades. Bangladesh’s exports industry alone comprised USD 31.2 billion in financial year 2014-15, 81.69% of which was made up by ready-made garments. On its own, the knitwear sector encompasses 39.83% of total exports—a staggering USD 12.43 billion. The RMG sector has experienced an exponential growth since the 1980s. The sector contributes significantly to the GDP. It also provides employment to around 4.2 million Bangladeshis, mainly women from low income families. According to Bangladesh export processing zone authority (BEPZA) more than 64% of female worker are taking a part to production.
The growing Bangladesh has possibility to get more international importer of garments (RMG). Here is the list of the name of internationally recognized clothing fashion brand which are consistently huge number of garments are made in Bangladesh.
List of International buyers
- H & M (Sweden)
- C. Penny,
- Ospig (Germany)
- Mother Care (UK)
- Tommy Hilfiger
- Falcon (USA)
- Edie Bauyer
- Releigh (UK)
- Free Spiril (UK)
- Miles (Germany)
- American Eagle
- Hi-Tech (UK)
- Phillip-Maurice (UK)
- Wins More
Investment Guarantee (Provided on BEPZA web Site)
- Foreign Private Investment (Promotion and Protection) Act, 1980 secures all foreign investment in Bangladesh.
- OPIC’s (Overseas Investment Corporation, USA) insurance and finance programmes operable.
- Security and safeguards available under Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA) of which Bangladesh is a member.
- Arbitration facility of the International Center for the Settlement of Investment Dispute (ICSID) available.
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Nice information but you should have write article about RMG in India. India is increasing economical more than Bangladesh.
you are right akira ! India’s economy is greater than Bangladesh. i’ll try next to write article about it. thanks for that idea.
#akira Deshi you should not underestimate Bangladeshi economy. who knows Bangladesh would get the position to leadership!
I think every country’s economy getting much more progress than earlier.