Still no sign of relief for Bangladesh apparel industry as more factories close

June 2, 2020 Alex Lennane

Apparel factories in Bangladesh are still running at half-capacity after orders dried up, and bosses remain pessimistic about the likelihood of new orders any time soon.
Amid the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, factories which laid-off part of their operations are struggling to make a full comeback, leaving hundreds of workers jobless.
And this week several more factories terminated hundreds of workers, as they are not receiving enough orders from western buyers.
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