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The membership of BGMEA, which started with 19 (Nineteen) in early 1983, has reached 2383, as on August 31, 1996, increasing by 25% each year. The growth of garment exports in dollar terms is in harmony with the growth rate of factories that depicts a healthy steeper growth of the industry. Garment export in value has been increasing on an average by 27% each year...
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Garment export in value has been increasing on an average by 27% each year. As the rate of increase (20%) per year, is expected to continue through the MFA phasing out transition, growth prospect of Bangladesh's apparel industry looks brighter (The Daily Sangbad: 1996). Country's RMG producers have been steadily moving towards high value sophisticated items like high quality suits, jackets, branded jeans items, embroidered ladies' wear etc...
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