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In the Devastating Famine in 1974, One Million People Died, Mainly of Starvation Caused in Part by the Flooding of the Brahmaputra River in 1974, and a Steep Rise in the Price of Rice

 Partly in response to the economic and political repercussions of the famine, the Bangladesh government shifted public policy away from its concentration on a socialist economy, and began to denationalize, disinvest and reduce the role of the public sector in the textile industry while encouraging private sector participation.

The 1974 New Investment Policy restored the rights to both private and foreign investors.
Bangladesh's development model switched from a state-sponsored capitalist mode of industrial development with mainly state-owned enterprises (SOE) to private sector-led industrial growth.
In the Maya civilization, a man’s typical embroidery digitizing dress was a cotton breechcloth wrapped around his waist and sometimes a sleeveless shirt, either white or dyed in colours.
A woman typically wore a traje, which combined a huipil and acorte, a woven wraparound skirt that reached her ankles.
The traje was held together with a faja or sash worn at the waist. 
Both women and men wore sandals.
When the weather was temperate, Mayan clothing was needed less as protection from the elements and more for personal adornment. 
Maya clerics and other dignitaries wore elaborate outfits with jewellery.
Maya farmers wore minimal clothing.
Men wore plain loincloths or a band of digitizing cloth winded around their waists.
Some wore moccasins made of deerhide.
Women possessed two items of clothing: a length of ornamented material with holes made for the arms and head, known as a kub.
Both genders wore a heavier rectangle of cloth, as a manta, that functioned as an overwrap on cool days, and as blanket at night.
The manta also served as a blind across the door.
Fiber art refers to fine art whose material consists of natural or synthetic fiber and other components, such as fabric or yarn.
It focuses on the materials and on the manual labour on the part of the artist as part of the works' significance, and prioritizes aesthetic value over utility.

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