Get involved Jordanian Workers for the Garment Industry — Challenges and Prospects The garment industry in Jordan has expanded rapidly over the past fifteen years, yet despite the high levels of unemployment and economic inactivity among Jordanians with low educational attainment, a meagre 20 percent of workers in the sector are native to the country. To that end, BWJ has sponsored a qualitative study to better understand the barriers and obstacles to increased Jordanian employment in the sector.
They discussed on ways and means of expansion of economic cooperation and bilateral trade. Hussain Jamil was present, among others. A Discussion Meeting between a delegation led by Dr. Muntakim Ashraf and the Directors were present.
Shafiul Islam Mohiuddin had a meeting with Mr. They underscored the need for introducing the third flight, and to reduce the air fair for Haj pilgrims. Muntakim Ashraf and the DirectorsMr. Shafiqul Islam Vorosha, Mr. Discussants, at the meeting also urged for taking necessary step to check the misuse of bond license facilities.
State minister for power, energy and mineral resources Mr. Md Muntakim Ashraf were Present. The meeting emphasized on expansion of the market of Bangladeshi products, and diversification of export goods to the potential Asian markets.
Members of the committee underscored the need for proper training of the workers going abroad to meet the demand of huge workforce in different countries. They also discussed about necessary cooperation for the promising entrepreneurs to export Handicrafts, Lungi and other products besides RMG. Jagadesh Kumar presided over the seminar.
Shafiul Islam Mohiuddin as cooperation of the private sector handovered the Microbuses. Secretary of the Ministry of Education Mr. Abu Naser also attended the program. The Thai Minister highly praised the recent economic advancement activities of Bangladesh, and, expressed deep interest to be a development partner of this country.
Shafiul Islam Mohiuddin welcomed the delegation at the dialogue. Indian entrepreneurs want to work jointly with the Bangladeshi businessmen in health, education, IT and banking sector. They also expressed interest to provide technological support in the education sector of Bangladesh and to establish developed health service with joint collaboration.
Md Shafiul Islam Mohiuddinwere also present. It is possible to contribute to the national economy by utilizing Blue Economy through fishing, tourism and other relevant activities.
FBCCI, in this regard, eager to work with the government with proper planning. Business leaders of the District Chambers demand low interest bank rate for the marginal entrepreneurs of the district level.
They also urged FBCCI for necessary support for their infrastructural development to tap the potentials emerged in the district level as Bangladesh has fulfilled the criteria for graduation to a developing nation. Shafiul Islam Mohiuddin was present as the Chief Guest. MdMuntakim Ashraf was also present.
Representatives of 30 district chambers also attended the meeting. The FBCCI leaders underscored the need for more private investment, diversification of export, time-befitting industrial policy and reducing corporate tax. Moreover, they felt the need of involving the private sector in Government policy formulation.
The FBCCI leaders also mentioned on transforming the challenges into opportunities and to tap the potentials.
Shubhashish Bose and other Government officilas also attended. Douglas Foo on behalf of their respective organizations signed the memorandum. Muntakim Ashraf and the Directors were present at the ceremony. Tran Dai Quang led 50 business organizations in his 3 day state visit to Bangladesh.Bangladesh Textile Industry: Present Scenario, Future Prospects and Challenges in Garment Industry, Textile Industry Introduction: Textile and clothing sector plays a vital role in the growth of economy; generation of more than 65% of the country’s in.
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Bangladesh export-oriented ready-made garments manufacturing and primary textile (spinning, weaving, knitting, dyeing)sector with back up support of the accessory (trimming and packaging) industries, contribute 81 percent to total export earning of the country.
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