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Dhaka, September 20: When a factory-made garment for export was transported in a truck-covered van from Dhaka to Chittagong port, an unscrupulous transport on the road and a gang of thieves cleverly removed some goods from each consignment. The cycle has long been associated with theft. As a result, the reputation of the garment industry in Bangladesh was tarnished and this promising sector was in question. Foreign buyers were turning away from importing Bangladeshi garments as they received less products than the specified number. The anger of foreign buyers was also long-standing.