BANGLADESH: Foreign JV To Invest US$5.77m In Textile Plant
The foreign-owned company, a joint venture between Hong Kong- and Mauritius-based firms, said the facility would have an annual output of 4.36m pounds of dyed yarn and 2.70m sweaters, pullovers and cardigans.
It added the plant would create jobs for 2421 Bangladeshi workers and 17 foreign nationals.
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