As per the WTO, Bangladesh is the fourth most prominent exporter of dress in the world, its offer being 4.8% of the aggregate (information from 2011). In the financial year 2011-2012, the article of clothing part represented 78.6% of Bangladeshi aggregate fares (BGMEA, 2013), bringing 19 billion dollars into the nation and adding to over 13.5% of the add up to total national output. These numbers, a declaration of the significance of this division for Bangladesh and its subject – 150 million of individuals – are absolutely amazing, However, what is extremely astounding is the rate at which this industry has developed. After the autonomy war (finished in 1971), the economy of the nation was smashed and the mechanical segment was for all intents and purposes non-existent. The principal interests in the piece of clothing part touched base in the mid 80s from Korea and from that point forward the business have been exponentially developing quite a long time. To get a handle on the measure of this development, consider that in 1984– 1985 the aggregate number of article of clothing processing plants in Bangladesh was of 384, while in 2011– 2012 this number spiked to 5400 manufacturing plants, utilizing an aggregate of 4 million specialists. A large portion of fares are coordinated towards western nations, generally towards Europe (60%) what’s more, US (24%). Developing markets, for example, Russia, China Brazil still don’t account for a significant part of the aggregate fare (10%) however their offer it’s quickly growing (20% expansion from the 2011-12 time frame to the 2012-13 one).


A characteristic of the Bangladeshi article of clothing area is that it practices on instant piece of clothing (RMG). A kind of good that characteristically prompts low edges of benefits and whose generation does not require exceedingly prepared specialists. Due to the last mentioned, Bangladesh, with its modest work drive, pulled in interests in the RMG division. In any case, shabby work frequently implies poor working conditions. It is irrefutable that the conditions in which the a large number of individuals utilized in the article of clothing division work are unacceptable. This reality is especially clear when considering ongoing tragedies for example, the Tazreen Fashions fire (2012) and the Rana Plaza crumple (2013), in which in excess of a thousand people lost their life. In any case, beside these extraordinary cases, poor working conditions are an ordinary issue of RMG specialists. The issues that representatives confront envelops an extensive variety of subjects, for example, work environment wellbeing, working hours, wage, employer stability, sex fairness, tyke work thus forward. What every one of these issues have in like manner is their being a result of non- conformances to the current enactment and to the principles of social responsibility, that is, of absence of consistence.




Over the most recent three decades the piece of clothing part has raised to be the most critical industry, as far as fares, of Bangladesh. A generally youthful industry, the speed at which it has developed is bewildering: from 384 production lines utilizing 120 thousand individuals and representing a pitiful 12% of the nation’s aggregate fare to 5400 processing plants utilizing around 4 million individuals and speaking to just about 80% of Bangladeshi aggregate fare. This makes Bangladesh one of the main makers of pieces of clothing around the world, specifically, taking a gander at the estimation of its fare (in billions of dollars) it places itself at the second place after China (World Trade Organization, 2011). Regardless of whether the distinction between the fares of these two nations is still considerable, Bangladesh, on account of its modest work, is with no uncertainty the greatest risk to China’s garments division.




It is easily visible that after Rana plaza Bangladesh garment industry had suffered a lot but it is also visible that how it just come back to its track now the Bangladesh garment industry is leading and it is also profiting Bangladesh.

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