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In Bangladesh, the textile and garment industry is regulated by several laws

Textiles and Garments

In Bangladesh, the textile and garment industry is regulated by several laws and regulations, including:

  1. The Bangladesh Labor Act, 2006: This law governs various labor-related matters, including employment conditions, wages, working hours, leave entitlements, occupational safety and health, and dispute resolution.

  2. The Bangladesh Labor Rules, 2015: These rules provide detailed guidelines and procedures for the implementation of the provisions of the Bangladesh Labor Act, 2006.

  3. The Bangladesh Export Processing Zones Authority Act, 1980: This law establishes the Bangladesh Export Processing Zones Authority (BEPZA) and governs the establishment and operation of export processing zones in the country, which are designated areas for export-oriented industries.

  4. The Customs Act, 1969: This act regulates customs procedures and duties applicable to the import and export of goods, including textiles and garments.

  5. The Consumer Rights Protection Act, 2009: This law protects the rights of consumers in Bangladesh, including provisions related to product safety, labeling, warranties, and the prevention of unfair trade practices.

These are just a few examples of the laws that may be relevant to clients and stakeholders in the textiles and garments industry in Bangladesh. It is essential to consult with a legal professional or refer to official government sources to obtain accurate and up-to-date information regarding the specific legal requirements and obligations for clients in this industry.


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