Qatari businessmen have been urged to pour investments in Bangladesh during a meeting between a trade delegation from the South Asian country and officials of Qatar Chamber.
Qatar Chamber second vice chairman Rashid bin Hamad al-Athba, who received the delegation led by Bangladesh’s State Minister of Foreign Relations, Shahriar Alam, who was accompanied by Bangladeshi ambassador Ashud Ahmed, said Qatar-Bangladesh trade relations “had greatly developed within the past few years.” The meeting reviewed both countries’ economic and commercial ties. Al-Athba pointed out that the Qatari business community is interested to explore Bangladesh’s investment opportunities.
On his part, Mohammed Shahriar Alam invited Qatari investors to visit Bangladesh to learn about opportunities of investment available in all sectors.
He said that Bangladesh is transforming very fast and there are a multitude of investment opportunities in many promising sectors such as garments and textiles, noting that his country exports to Europe, Asia and Africa.
He also called upon Qatari investors to identify investment opportunities available in Bangladesh economic zones which planned to set up 100public and private economic zones.
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