Dhaka, Bangladesh (BBN) – Bangladesh’s readymade garment makers have unveiled a roadmap to attain US$ 50 billion export earnings by 2021 from the apparel and clothing sector.
The roadmap as dubbed “Bangladesh RMG Roadmap: Targeting US$50 Billion Export by 2021” jointly prepared by the RMIT University of Australia and Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) was declared in Melbourne.
Chairman of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Ministry of Home Affairs Tipu Munsi, BGMEA President Siddiqur Rahman, Bangladesh High Commissioner to Australia Kazi Imtiaz Hossain, FBCCI 1st Vice President Safiul Islam Mahiduddin, Deputy Pro-Vice Chancellor of RMIT University Professor Geoff Stokes, BGMEA Senior Vice President Faruk Hasan, Vice President Nasir Uddin and RMIT Professor and BGMEA International Affairs Advisor Dr Sharif As-Saber were present on the occasion, according to a BGMEA press statement, issued in the capital Dhaka on Saturday.
The roadmap will give important directives towards attaining the Vision-2021, the BGMEA chief said while speaking on the occasion.