BGMEA Launches Roadmap to Achieve $50bn RMG Export
Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) launched a roadmap that outlines avenues and plans to achieve the target of US$ 50 billion from RMG exports by 2021.
The book titled “Bangladesh RMG Roadmap: Targeting US$ 50 Billion Export by 2021” was unveiled at a program held in RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia on 29 July 2016. The roadmap was jointly prepared by BGMEA and RMIT University.
BGMEA President Md. Siddiqur Rahman, Chairman of Parliamentary Standing Committee on the Home Affairs Ministry and former President of BGMEA Tipu Munshi, MP, First Vice President of FBCCI and former President of BGMEA Md. Shafiul Islam, BGMEA Senior Vice President Faruque Hassan and Vice President (Finance) Mohammed Nasir attended the book launching ceremony.
Bangladesh High Commissioner to Australia Kazi Imtiaz Hossain, Deputy Pro-Vice Chancellor, College of Business, RMIT University Professor Geoff Stokes, and Professor at RMIT University and also International Adviser of BGMEA Dr. Sharif As-Saber were also present on the occasion.
BGMEA President Md. Siddiqur Rahman said that the roadmap would serve as a useful guideline to attain the RMG Vision 2021. Expressing his firm optimism he also said that with more than three decades of experience in RMG industry, entrepreneurial skills, huge workforce, and supports from the government policy and other stakeholders Bangladesh will be able to achieve the RMG export target of US$ 50 billion.