Impact of Traditional Textile on the Gross Domestic Product- GDP of Bangladesh

Authors : Md. Eanamul Haque Nizam; Sheikh Mohammad Rahat; Albert Loraence Sarker; Abhijit Kumar Asem; Rezwan Hossain; Rayek Ahmed; Mashrur Wasity

Volume/Issue : Volume 6 - 2021, Issue 7 - July

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Bangladesh is a country loaded with craftsmanship, culture, and legacy. For the most part, the specialty of attire or material is the most seasoned legacy that introduced the land to the external world since such countless years prior. Customary material is perhaps the main piece of its material area. Customary legacy is covered up in each edge of Bangladesh where Jamdani, Muslin, Tangail, Banarasi, Lungi, and so forth assume an indispensable part. It is assessed that there are 64,100 handlooms in the region. What's more, 30,000 individuals are occupied with this calling straightforwardly or by implication. Items are being sent out to the USA, UK, Italy, Australia, Canada, Malaysia, India, and the Middle East. In this investigation, the research group has picked eight (08) distinct creations region for leading the overview. From each extraordinary region least of 02-03 traditional manufacturing plants have chosen for the overview. There are roughly 300 male and female specialists have chosen for directing this survey. From this overview, research group attempts to discover two diverse point discoveries. From the outset, they need to think about the customary material areas, and their specialist sum, their compensation types, employer stability, work fulfillment, the measure of impetus, and so on Then, at that point the research group attempts to discover the measure of GDP contributing by these areas, no of processing plants and number of laborers working in these areas, and the eventual fate of these areas. At last, the aftereffects of these activities make some significant suggestions for improving or fostering these areas particularly for government, industrialists and furthermore for financial backers. The all-out GDP will increment if the proposal can be carried out broadly

Keywords : Traditional Textile, GDP, GI, Labor, Job


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