Today marked a significant milestone for seven leading apparel and garment manufacturing units as they received project approval letters from the Hon’ble Minister, Shri Pratap Kesari Deb. These industries chose
Bangladesh may lose a significant US $27 billion in annual garment exports by 2030, if the South Asian country does not adopt a climate-adaptive approach to high temperatures and floods.
A consulting firm is of the opinion that the Indian garment sector has the potential to hike its productivity by 15 percent which amounts to US $7.8 billion. “The current
India’s textiles and apparel exports have stagnated and dropped over the last five years by 7.6 percent to US $34.24 billion in calendar year 2023 from $37.16 billion in 2018.
After celebrating unprecedented success in the MENA region, CMAI showcases the ‘Brands of India’, its international platform to promote Indian apparel brands in the overseas market, at the prestigious BharatTex
At a Fire Safety and Security Expo, Faruque Hassan, President of the Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA), cited the Bangladesh apparel sector as a role model for others
Bangladesh garment exports have touched a historic landmark in January 2024, by reporting the highest-ever apparel exports in a single month till date. Apparel exports from Bangladesh touched US$ 4.97