Garment workers in Bangladesh protest against the non payment of wages © Mamunur Rashid/NurPhoto via Getty Images
Garment workers in Bangladesh protest against the non payment of wages © Mamunur Rashid/NurPhoto via Getty Images

Why 'coopetition' is needed for Asia's garment workers

Bangladesh and India should increase cooperation in areas such as logistics to boost their textiles and apparel sectors, the Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) said.

BGMEA said business leaders from both countries discussed the issue at the India-Bangladesh Virtual Conference on Textiles and Apparel Sector, organised by Confederation of Indian Industry and Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry.

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