It is possible to fix Tk 16,000 as minimum wage for garment workers if factory owners and international brands bring down the amount of profits they earn now, speakers said at a views-exchange meeting. The current minimum wage is not sufficient at all to ensure a decent living for the workers, said Dr. Khandaker Golam Moazzem, Director (research wing) of the Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD). Bangladesh Garment Sramik Sanghati organised the meeting at Jatiya Press Club to publish their research paper on “Ki Kore Bache Sramik” (the living conditions of workers) and discuss the results, according to a report. The research was carried out on 200 workers of six factories of the country. A garment worker earns only Tk 8,200 through salary, bonus and other allowances, said President of the Sramik Sanghati Taslima Akhtar while disclosing the findings.