Bangladesh: The catalyst for change in the supply chain
By Leonie Barrie | 22 August 2013
Far from marking the beginning of the end for Bangladesh's garment export sector, recent tragedies have set the industry on a course that could see it evolve into a world-class player, executives have told just style. And more than that, the changes underway could also redefine the apparel supply chain of the future.
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