International buyers are fueling optimism ahead of Christmas. If the fear is removed, the sale of clothing products will increase. Talking to Bangladesh daily, he also said that the international buyers are renewing the canceled and suspended purchase orders. Bangladesh Chamber of Industries-BCI President Anwar Ul Alam Chowdhury Parvez said that the buyers are also buying products by showing their interest in selling ahead of Christmas.
He believes that in the context of the epidemic of coronavirus, there will be an incredible growth in the garment industry, the main export sector of the country, in the future. One of the country's clothing exporters said, the leader of clothing exporter Givenchy Group said that the sentiment or mentality of our main buyer countries, Europe and America, has reached such a level that they are no longer placing orders in China. They are going to Vietnam. How many more orders can Vietnam take?
This order will also come to Bangladesh. As a result, if Bangladesh somehow survives this journey, the garment industry will go towards high growth. Now it is necessary to develop our competitors. If we win the fight for survival in the next six to eight months, the future of the garment industry in Bangladesh will increase in confidence. He said, the world is now swinging in the swing of hope and despair. No one can say with confidence what will happen to the business. Clothing is not a priority for people. Now the priority is to return to the normal life of people. Because people don't want to stay at home anymore.
They are coming out. This release tastes like getting out of jail. Anwar Ul Alam Chowdhury Parvez said that the second phase of Corona has started in many countries of the world. A new lockdown is being given. Now there is more lockdown indoors. In the meantime, there are some buyer companies open. Factories also need to be opened to increase productivity. As the production will increase, employment will also be protected.