Author Archives: Md Dipu

September 25, 2017: Power tariff hike, LNG market and ICCB  

Every day, CPD RMG Study team reveals what’s on our economic and apparel radar and curates a selection of the best reports, opinion, and analysis you may have missed DCCI opposes move to raise power tariff The Dhaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry opposed the latest move of the government to increase the tariff of electricity saying that the proposed ...

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Are the criteria for becoming a desirable manufacturing location changing?

Published on the World Bank website STORY HIGHLIGHTS New technology, including advanced robotics, industrial automation, and 3-D printing, are changing the landscape of global manufacturing. Developing countries’ traditional path to development, often driven by manufacturing, may be at risk because the criteria for becoming an attractive production location are changing. Although there are challenges, opportunities remain for developing countries, as ...

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September 24, 2017: Chittagong port and bank interest rate

Every day, CPD RMG Study team reveals what’s on our economic and apparel radar and curates a selection of the best reports, opinion, and analysis you may have missed Ctg Port yet to reap full benefit of 24/7 service Chittagong Port users yesterday urged all stakeholders to play their due role as the recent initiative to keep the seaport functioning ...

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Ctg Port yet to reap full benefit of 24/7 service

Published in the Daily Star on September 24, 2017 Chittagong Port users yesterday urged all stakeholders to play their due role as the recent initiative to keep the seaport functioning round-the-clock is failing to yield full benefit. They said some government and private organisations are not remaining open on weekends as decided in July this year when the 24/7 service ...

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September 21, 2017: RMG growth, port congestion and rice imports  

Every day, CPD RMG Study team reveals what’s on our economic and apparel radar and curates a selection of the best reports, opinion, and analysis you may have missed RMG shine to stay Bangladesh will remain the apparel sourcing hotspot for international retailers and brands over the next five years because of competitive prices and China’s declining market share in ...

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RMG shine to stay

Published in the Daily Star on 21, September 2017 Bangladesh will remain the apparel sourcing hotspot for international retailers and brands over the next five years because of competitive prices and China’s declining market share in garment business, says a global survey. McKinsey & Company, the world’s most prestigious management consultancy firm, prepared the biennial survey based on interviews of ...

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September 20, 2017: LNG supply, ADB’s $200m loan for urban infrastructure and OMS

Every day, CPD RMG Study team reveals what’s on our economic and apparel radar and curates a selection of the best reports, opinion, and analysis you may have missed Petrobangla, Gunvor Singapore sign MoU on LNG supply The government yesterday signed an initial agreement with Gunvor Singapore to buy liquefied natural gas (LNG) as the country seeks to ride out ...

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Bangladesh’s green RMG factories

Despite lots of challenges, Bangladesh’s apparels makers have initiated to make factories environment friendly Increasing number of factories have adopted green technology in their factories in the last few years. In March this year, Bangladesh’s English language daily Dhaka Tribune reported that since 2011, a total of 67 Bangladeshi RMG factories have received Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) ...

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September 18, 2017: RMG export, OMS, bank borrowing and global apparel value chain

Every day, CPD RMG Study team reveals what’s on our economic and apparel radar and curates a selection of the best reports, opinion, and analysis you may have missed RMG export shines in Jul-Aug on strong euro Bangladesh’s readymade garment export to its major destinations including the European countries, United States and Canada achieved significant growth in the first two ...

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