Marks and Spencer to increase garments import from Bangladesh to $1b

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British Multinational Retailer Company Marks and Spencer will increase their imports from Bangladesh to one billion dollar, said Stephen Joseph Rowe, CEO of Marks and Spencer.

Figure 1: Stephen Joseph Rowe, CEO, Marks and Spencer.
Figure 1: Stephen Joseph Rowe, CEO, Marks and Spencer.

“Now, the garments owners are more proactive about protecting the production environment, but previously they were not. This is a big change in the garment sector”, he added.

Figure 2: Recently M&S CEO has visited Bangladesh office.
Figure 2: Recently M&S CEO has visited Bangladesh office.

“It’s a new opportunity for Bangladesh, but we have to ensure delivery as per their expectation,” said Siddiqur Rahman, President of BGMEA. He also said, “We hope in the future, M&S will take more than billions from Bangladesh.”

Currently M&S is taking $800 million garments import from Bangladesh each year.

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