Jute Manufacturing Sector of Bangladesh: Challenges, Opportunities and Policy Options
Tariqur Rahman () and
Md Abdus Sobhan
No 78, CPD Working Paper from Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD)
This paper is an output of the study on Performance of the Jute Sector in Bangladesh: Challenges, Opportunities and Policy Options. The study has been conducted as part of CPD's Independent Review of Bangladesh's Development (IRBD) programme. The major objective of the study is to assess the viability of jute and jute sector of Bangladesh, and to come up with a long-term strategy for development of this sector. The focus of the paper is on economic, technological and worker-related issues of jute mills, opportunities and challenges faced by the jute manufacturing industry, and possible policy options with a view to develop a viable and efficient jute manufacturing sector in the country.
Keywords: Bangladesh jute sector; jute manufacturing sector (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 44 pages
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