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“What the Papers Say” will be on hiatus this week because Mary Khan, our communications manager, is on leave.

Come back 18th February for the latest social and economic news!

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“What the Papers Say” will be on hiatus until 7th January. In the meantime, consider reading our longer reports. The latest in our series “Issues in the Labour Market” explains how the coronavirus
situation is affecting the garment sector in Bangladesh.

Come back in January for the latest news!

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What the papers say …taking a break

Mandy is on leave this week. The next What the Papers Say post will be on 8 February 2018.

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Victory Day!

Best wishes to everyone around the world on the occasion of Bangladesh Victory Day.

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No Roundup this Week

Sorry, there’s no roundup of the news this week.

But have a read of our other posts this week.

Jesmin talks about her experience of the recent Bandarban food festival.

And we reflect on Quay Asia’s approach to employment.

The next roundup of news about employment and workforce development will be on 8th December.

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Sorry!

The site wasn’t working normally from around 21st to 31st October.

We’re really sorry.

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What the paper say … taking a break

Our “What the Papers Say” post series will be taking a summer break.

The next post will be on October 6th.

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Mirza Tahmina

Tahmina joined Quay Asia in Dhaka as part of our start-up team.

She has academic background in economics and professional experience in sales and marketing.

And with that combination of skills Tahmina was just the right person to pioneer some of Quay Asia’s work in Bangladesh.

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Naila Rahman

Welcome back Naila!

Naila first joined Quay Asia as our start-up manager for Bangladesh. She got our logistics and book-keeping into shape. And searched for office space.

Now Naila is back to head up our finances and administration. So we’re in safe hands!

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What the papers say … taking a break

Last week was Eid in Bangladesh.

So we won’t be writing our weekly round up of articles about employment, the labour market, skills training and workforce development this week.

The next round up will be for the week ending 14th July.

Eid Mubarak.