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1 Feb 2023

United News of Bangladesh (UNB)

Bangladesh: BGMEA calls for global buyers to pay 'ethical prices' to ensure welfare of garment workers

"BGMEA wants ethical prices from buyers", 1 February 2023

The Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) has called upon global buyers to collaborate with their suppliers and pay ethical prices to enable and encourage the factories to take more initiatives for the welfare of garment workers.

"Nobody can justify lower prices for producing socially fair goods," BGMEA President Faruque Hassan, said...

Global buyers feel more confident and interested in sourcing garments with a "Made in Bangladesh" tag because they know their products are manufactured in factories which are safe and environmentally sustainable where workers are empowered and have a convenient working atmosphere, Faruque said.

"Massive safety initiatives along with extensive awareness-raising training programmes have led to a remarkable transformation in Bangladesh's RMG sector. The workers are more empowered and aware of their rights and welfare than ever," he added...