Your clothes are increasing made in this South Asian country instead of China
When Chinese businessman Leo Zhuang Lifeng arrived in Bangladesh in 1997, the country was still an economic backwater with inadequate infrastructure. Zhuang headed to the capital Dhaka to set up garment factories, taking advantage of the low labor costs and abundant supply of workers. “Back then, there was a lack of daily commodities. It was not even easy to buy instant noodles,” said Zhuang, managing director of the LDC Group, which now employs about 20,000 workers in the country. “But Bangladesh has gone through tremendous changes over the years, though of course you cannot compare those changes to what China has experienced.” His factory compounds were so big they resembled villages. Ther