16 Feb '18, 11am

Japanese energy-saving initiative for Bangladeshi factories

Published on Friday, 16 February 2018 Japanese energy-saving initiative for Bangladeshi factories Written by David Styles Details Tweet TOKYO – The Japanese International Co-operation Agency is offering textile manufacturers in Bangladesh a loan programme to support the purchase and adoption of energy-saving technology. The programme is said to allow companies which buy specified equipment to get loans at a rate of around 4 per cent. Three deals have already been struck under the initiative, with ten further deals also under discussion.

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