Updated on : 19-03-2019
ndustries minister urged ABCCI to encourage Australian entrepreneurs to invest in the sugar industry of Bangladesh
There is a huge scope for export of Bangladeshi leather goods in the Australian market if the exporters of the country can follow their fixed compliance, said the Australia Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ABCCI).
Leaders of ABCCI came up with the observation while holding a meeting with Industries Minister Nurul Majid Mahmud Humayun at his office, said a press release.
Speaking at the meeting, the minister said Australia is one of the important business and development partners of Bangladesh and Australian entrepreneurs have already expressed their interest in investing in the country’s shipbuilding sector.
He urged ABCCI to encourage the entrepreneurs of Australia to invest in the sugar industry of Bangladesh.
“Australian entrepreneurs can invest in the country’s different sectors, including agro-processing industry, information and technology, and leather,” he added.
Among others, Additional Secretary of the Industries Ministry Begum Parag, ABCCI President Obaidur Rahman, Vice President Nessar M Khan, General Secretary Shakil Ahmed Khan, and Member of the Board of Directors Mohiuddin Ahmed Mahin, were also present at the meeting.
(Courtesy: Dhaka Tribune)
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