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DHAKA - Global brands and retailers reinstating orders for garments as COVID-19 lockdown restrictions ease have reportedly triggered a bounce back by Bangladesh's exports to record levels.

Shipments of readymade garments were responsible for the country's export earnings for July reaching a record US$3.91 billion, the highest ever figure for a single month, according to the New Age.

It represented an increase of 0.59 per cent - or US$23.06 million - year-on-year from US$3.88 billion in the same month of last year, said the newspaper, quoting Export Promotion Bureau data.

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