Bangladesh urges EU to continue implementing GSP
According to a report by Bangladesh’s “Financial Express” on March 28, Bangladeshi garment manufacturers and labor leaders met with the European Parliament delegation (EP) and urged it to take measures to continue to implement inclusive benefits for Bangladesh in the EU market. System (GSP). Representatives of Bangladesh at the meeting stated that they would work together with the EU to improve labor rights standards, and pointed out that maintaining the stable development of the industry is related to the vital interests of Bangladesh’s 4.4 million textile and garment workers. The European Parliament delegation warned that due to serious violations of labor rights in Bangladesh’s garment manufacturing industry (such as low minimum wages, cancellation of maternity leave, and unequal treatment between state-owned and private enterprises), the EU may temporarily suspend the GSP ( GSP). Bangladesh urges EU to continue implementing GSP
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