The apparel industry is one of the world’s fastest-growing industries, employing more than half of the workforce.
The Bangladesh garment industry employs more than 1.3 million people.
The apparel industry, however, has been criticized for labor abuses and corruption.
A 2012 study by the International Labor Organization found that almost all garment factories are owned by foreign companies and pay little or no wages.
In an interview with Reuters, Kaleem Siddiqui, the director of the Institute of the World Economy and Society, which is based in New Delhi, said that while there are many challenges in the garment industry to address, “it’s not a question of if it will change, but when.”
In addition to a high demand for garments in Asia and Europe, the country is also a key market for apparel products.
Bangladesh’s population is less than 4.3 percent, which means that it accounts for a huge number of garment workers.
According to the Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce, nearly 75 percent of the apparel sector employs less than a third of the population.
Bangladesh’s apparel industry contributes around $20 billion annually to the country’s economy, but only a small portion of the total is generated through the export of clothing.
According the Bangladesh Retail Federation, there are only two factories producing garments exported from the country.
There are three large factories producing clothing for the Indian market: the Bharat Forge, a subsidiary of the textile conglomerate ITC and one of India’s largest retailers, the Bharatiya Wool Alliance, which also owns the brand Bharat.
According to a 2013 report by the World Bank, Bangladesh has the second-largest garment sector in the world after China.
The country is estimated to be home to nearly 5 million garment workers, and it employs approximately 10,000 garment workers in total.
The government estimates that only 6,000 Bangladeshis work in the apparel industry.
A garment factory in Dhaka.
(Photo: AFP/Getty Images)While the apparel industries are an important source of jobs for Bangladeshis, the garment sector’s biggest threat to the economy is the high cost of living.
According a study by Goldman Sachs, Bangladesh’s garment sector employs more people than any other industry in the country, accounting for more than 70 percent of its total workforce.
In addition, nearly 30 percent of Bangladeshis earn less than $1.25 per day, a percentage that is among the highest in the Asia-Pacific region.
The cost of clothes in Bangladesh is so high, in fact, that the World Trade Organization recently warned that it could lead to a sharp decline in garment employment.
While a recent study by UBS estimated that the cost of apparel is estimated at around $30 per garment, the cost to the average Bangladeshi family of $30 a month.
In addition, the rising cost of the industry has made the garment industries a major source of instability in the impoverished nation.
The garment industry has faced a series of protests and strikes, which has increased unemployment, and has contributed to the growing number of people in the informal sector.
Bangla has the world second-highest unemployment rate among all Asian countries, according to the United Nations Development Program.
About 4.4 million people are unemployed, according the United States Census Bureau.
According the United Nation’s World Food Programme, the average wage for a Bangladesh worker in 2017 was $14.91 per day.
Bangladeshis are not only the world leader in the manufacturing of apparel, but also the world leaders in the use of technology to produce clothing.
Bangladesh has an estimated manufacturing capacity of nearly 100 million garments, and the country produces more than 30 million garments a year.
Bangls apparel industry has been growing since the 1970s, but the industry is now experiencing a revival due to a new wave of demand.
Last year, apparel manufacturing capacity in Bangladesh increased by over 5,000 percent, and that number is expected to increase by more than 10,300 percent in 2020.
A 2017 survey by the Bangladesh Fashion Institute found that the garment manufacturing industry is poised to grow by 40 percent in 2021.
Despite these trends, a number of challenges remain in the textile industry, including corruption and labor abuses.
The industry has come under fire for labor conditions in Bangladesh, and a 2014 report by Oxfam found that workers are being paid more than minimum wage for producing garments.
The report said that the minimum wage in the Bangladesh garment sector is $2.50 per day in many cases.
The workers also receive a salary for each garment produced, but it is not clear how much is actually earned.
The World Bank estimates that Bangladesh produces more garments than any country in the region.
According a report by Reuters, Bangladesh is the world capital of the garment trade, with over 4 million garments produced annually.
The industry employs nearly 80 percent of Bangladesha, a population of around 8 million.
The clothing industry employs around 3 million people, and is one the most important export sectors