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Textile Engineering / Re: A beautiful story
« on: April 02, 2017, 06:02:10 PM »
Thanks for the story!

Jaw-dropping information.

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China's Relocation Helps Bangladesh become top garment exporter

•   China can play a major role in making Bangladesh the world's top exporter of garments, according to analysts. Chinese industrialists are now planning to relocate their garments and textile industries, especially those manufacturing low-end apparel. These can be shifted to Bangladesh, where the government is planning to award a special economic zone to China.
•   If Bangladesh plays its cards correctly, it can emerge as the number 1 readymade garment exporter in the world in the next 10 years, Farooq Sobhan, president of Bangladesh Enterprise Institute, a think-tank, said at a roundtable organised by a leading Bangladeshi daily.
•   The roundtable 'Bangladesh-China Relations: Connecting the Two Economies' was organised in view of Chinese president Xi Jinping's upcoming visit to Bangladesh.
•   China currently accounts for nearly 40 per cent share of global apparel consumption, which stood at $445 billion in 2015. In comparison, Bangladesh is far behind with around 6 per cent share.
•   Will Bangladesh be able to narrow this gap and ultimately surpass China would depend on several issues such as “terms and conditions of Chinese loans and Bangladesh's own ability to provide facilities to fast-track the implementation,” Sobhan said.
•   Participating in the discussion, MunshiFaiz Ahmad, chairman of Bangladesh Institute of International and Strategic Studies (BIISS), said Bangladesh should not worry too much about the trade deficit with China.
•   To expand its footprint in China, Bangladesh needs zero-tariff access for most of its items, including apparel, said MahfuzKabir, acting research director of the BIISS.


Asit Ghosh
Assistant Professor, TE

Well written sir,

Many things to learn from the article.

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VEry useful information.

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Textile Engineering / GSP
« on: March 27, 2017, 05:28:02 PM »
Generalized System of Preferences (GSP):
•   Bangladesh is getting GSP facilities from 38 countries;
•   European Union – 28 countries.
•   Others - Australia, Belarus, Canada, Liechtenstein, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, Russian Federation, Switzerland and Turkey – 10 countries.
•   EU GSP – Generalized System of Preference to developing countries and LDCs which was adopted in 1968 and became effective in 1971. EU GSP offers either lower tariffs or completely duty-free access for imports from 90 developing countries and territories into the EU market.
•   EU GSP scheme also grants duty free access for the 50 least developed countries under “Everything but Arms (EBA)” scheme. EBA grants duty-free quota-free access to all products, except for arms and ammunitions, covering 99% of all tariff lines.EU adopted a reformed GSP law on 31 October 2012, which made applicable from 1 January 2014.

Asit Ghosh
Assistant Professor, TE

Textile Engineering / Re: Balance in our life.
« on: March 27, 2017, 05:21:38 PM »
So true sir!!
Inspired by your writing.

Thanks for sharing!!!

Textile Engineering / Re: Denim Expo to begin on November 8
« on: November 28, 2016, 12:07:04 PM »
Oh n o, MIssed it!

It was surely very helpful for all textile engineers as well as textile sector..

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Textile Engineering / Re: Experts call for using modern dyes in textiles
« on: November 28, 2016, 12:05:01 PM »
Good initiative !!!

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Nutrition and Food Engineering / Re: Why eat radish?
« on: November 23, 2016, 03:14:53 PM »
so many benefits .
Hats off all the radish veg.....

Bravo !
Thanks for the post


Wish all will be perfectly utilized!!!

Thanks for the  post.

We have to prepare for the challenge before.

informative post.

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Sustainable development is going on in textile sector day by day!!!

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