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Strict laws, stringent enforcement crucial for RMG factory safety

SINCE the November 24, 2012 fire at Tazreen... Full story

Bring polluters to book

IT IS humiliating that Bangladesh ranked 169th... Full story

Where will your next cup of tea come from?

IN A casual conversation with some friends in a popular café in the capital Dhaka, I was told that Bangladeshis’ worst enemies are their own people. They, of course, meant people in authority that matter. Upon inquiry, they... Full story

Management and development in the public sector

SOME developing-country governments agree that there is a need for an institutional modality whereby ministry secretaries and general managers could meet with each other and exchange evaluations as to what needs to be done to provide sector-wide... Full story


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