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International Journal of Technology Enhancements and Emerging Engineering Research  
International Journal of Technology Enhancements and Emerging Engineering Research

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ISSN 2347-4289



Prospects Of Home Textiles In Bangladesh: A Review

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AUTHOR(S)

Sarmin Khatun, A. Y. M. Anwarul Azim, Aminul Islam Mishuk, Md. Shamim Reza, Lusia Shafinaz, Mahfuza Pervin

 

KEYWORDS

Keywords : Home Textiles, Export, Fabrics, Curtains

 

ABSTRACT

ABSTRACT: Bangladesh is now well renowned for spinning, fabricating and garmenting capabilities. It’s not all about knit products that always remain in the lime light, the home textile sector is also flourishing and contributing to the “Made in Bangladesh” image. Bangladesh offers a splendid range of bedspreads, curtains, linen, cushion covers, table covers, kitchen accessories, bath linen, and other home textile products. In this issue, Market today is trying to show why the industry now needs capacity building to really capitalize on the upcoming opportunities to grab the world home textile market. Bangladesh has mainly exported bedspreads, pillowcases, cushion covers, curtains, carpets, quilts, kitchen aprons, gloves, napkins and tablecloth. The EU countries, UK, USA, Canada, Mexico, Australia, Japan and Dubai were the main destinations. Home textiles are considered as the highest priority export product by the government of Bangladesh and it enjoys some additional facilities comparing to the other textile export products. Bank loan with less interest, reduction in income tax, reduced air freight, bond facilities, technical support and help to search foreign market are some of them. In this work our main motive is to find out the prospects of Home textiles in Bangladesh.

 

REFERENCES

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[2] Statistics Department, Bangladesh Bank.

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[4] Prof. M. A. Kashem,(2008)“Garments Technology”, Gronthonir Publication, Nilkhet.

[5] Export Promotion Bureau, Bangladesh.