As the shipping of clothing products to the country’s single largest export destination grows due to high demand, the government has launched a specific push to enhance the amount of garment export to US markets.
Commerce Minister Tipu Munshi stated this yesterday in Las Vegas at the conclusion of the “Men’s Apparel Guild in California” conference.
Bangladesh sends nearly $7 billion worth of garment items in a year to the US. Munshi said after the unexpected Rana Plaza building collapse in April 2013, Bangladesh improved a lot in compliance to rules and strengthened workplace safety for safety in the garment factories. He said data would be separately preserved for the US customers for supplying special apparels to them.