The world’s largest textile manufacturer Madura is currently facing allegations that its factories in Bangladesh have been illegally making textile products in violation of the country’s strict minimum wage law.
The company’s statement says that the allegations are false and that it has cooperated fully with the Bangladesh government and authorities to provide the necessary information.
Madura, the world’s biggest textile manufacturer, is currently being investigated by the countrys government and has agreed to cooperate with authorities.
The Bangladesh government has issued a blanket ban on all apparel and footwear imports from Bangladesh and has issued travel advisories to people from the country.
This ban has also been in effect for the past two weeks.
Madusa has been working to reduce its costs and labor costs to create the world class textiles that make up Madura’s portfolio of high-end clothing brands, as well as its footwear line.
Madura says that its textile production is the most cost-effective in the world and that its apparel and shoe production is also among the best in the global textile industry.
The company’s current factory in Minto in Bangladesh has a capacity of about 2,400 workers, and it is the largest textile factory in Bangladesh.
It manufactures textiles for such iconic brands as Burberry, Prada, and Hugo Boss.
In a statement, Madura said that it was “deeply disappointed” to hear about the allegations made by the authorities and that the company is “committed to cooperating fully with authorities and ensuring the safe and sanitary conditions of our employees.”
The company says that it “fully cooperates with the government and Bangladesh authorities to ensure the safety of our workers.”
The statement continued, “Madura continues to take all steps necessary to ensure that our factories in the country are operating in compliance with the law and regulations, in line with the Government of Bangladesh and the Bangladesh Industrial Workers Union (BIWA).”
The Bangladeshi government is also investigating the allegations against Madura, and the company has agreed that “any person or organisation” who has information concerning the alleged violations will be contacted by the Bangladesh government.
Madusa said that the statement from the company “does not constitute any statement by Madura regarding its allegations.”
In its statement, the company said that, “we are fully committed to cooperating with authorities in accordance with our agreement with the Bangladeh government.”