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INTERNATIONAL REGULATORY ROUND UP – BANGLADESH GOVERNMENT MULLS NEW SAFETY SYSTEM



BANGLADESH’S government is considering proposals to establish a new national workplace health and safety system to replace the international Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh and the Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety, which are due to be wound up next June (2018).…

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DOUBTS EMERGE OVER PLANS TO LAUNCH NATIONAL VERSION OF BANGLADESH’S ACCORD AND ALLIANCE SYSTEMS



BANGLADESH’S apparel makers are pressing ahead with establishing a separate factory inspection and remediation body, which would operate after the 2018 expiry of existing international health and safety initiatives. However, experts have warned that there could be political motivation behind the proposal, questioning its rationale and potential effectiveness.…

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BRIGHT FUTURE AHEAD FOR INDIAN FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRY



BY RAGHAVENDRA

INTRODUCTION

"INDIA can emerge as a leader in the global food processing industry," said Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in December 2009 while addressing a conference of food processing ministers of different Indian states in New Delhi, noting the country’s US$100 billion food processing sector grew by 14.7% in 2009.…

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CONTRACTING NUMBER OF LARGE PLAYERS PUSH FOR SALES IN HEALTHY BANGLADESH TOBACCO MARKET



BY PAUL COCHRANE

PLAYERS serving the US$900 million Bangladeshi tobacco market have contracted over the past several years from 15 companies to just seven – with Dhaka Tobacco and British American Tobacco (BAT) now joint number one companies in terms of quantity.…

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