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Coronavirus outbreak suffocating Bangladesh's textile sector | Money Talks

As many as 1.2 million Bangladeshi garment workers stand to lose their jobs, after a number of western companies withdrew their orders due to coronavirus. Brands such as Primark, C&A and Marks & Spencer say they took the steps after their sales plummeted since the start of the outbreak. But with cancellations already amounting to nearly $2 billion, garment industry leaders fear the sector may not be able to stay afloat. Shamim Chowdhury explains. #Coronavirus #Bangladesh #TextileSector

Bangladesh garment workers protest retailer cutbacks

Bangladesh garment workers protest retailer cutbacks

Designers hope to put spotlight on Somalia | Money Talks

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Brands go eco-friendly at Paris Fashion Week | Money Talks

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