Why are clothing brands shifting production to Bangladesh?

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — More winners are emerging from the US-China trade war.

To avoid the effects of the trade war, Chinese factories are relocating elsewhere in Asia.

Bangladesh’s large workforce and low wages give it a competitive edge in this labour-intensive industry.

Bangladesh is seeing a boom as businesses shift production but workers say they are struggling to survive on the government-set minimum wage.


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