BANGLADESH: Exports rise during July
Shipments of knitwear and woven garments boosted Bangladesh's exports during the month of July.
According to the Export Promotion Bureau (EPB), exports of woven garments during the month reached US$451.91m compared to $362.79m in the corresponding period of the last financial year, up 24.57%.
Meanwhile, export of knitwear products grew 31.19% during the period, fetching $452.94m, compared to $345.25m in the corresponding period of the last fiscal year.
The country showed overall export growth of 26.4%, helped by increased exports of leather and home textiles too.
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