BANGLADESH: London college to provide skills boost
By just-style.com | 17 October 2008
The UK's London College of Fashion is to provide consultancy services to the Bangladesh apparel industry, just-style has learnt, as part of a deal signed in Dhaka earlier this month aimed at boosting the sector's profitability.
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