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CHATTOGRAM – Six garment manufacturing facilities in the Bangladeshi city of Chattogram say they’re set to lose out on a combined US$3.2 million in orders after being forced to suspend operations due to a location-based lockdown period which won’t be lifted until July 8.

Uttor Kattoli, a neighbourhood in the city, was listed a ‘red zone’ earlier this month by the national technical committee which is managing the spread of the virus in the country. It means all apparel manufacturers and exporters in the area mustn’t continue to operate, regardless of commitments.

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