Trade between Bangladesh and India will further increase

Commerce Minister Tipu Munshi said India is a tried and tested friend of Bangladesh. Trade and investment between the two countries have increased, with room for further growth. He said that thanks to the sincerity of both countries, it is possible to take advantage of the business opportunities. The trade minister said these things when he met the outgoing Indian High Commissioner Vikram Kumar Doraiswamy at the official residence in Dhaka on Tuesday (September 13).

He said the Prime Minister of Bangladesh, Sheikh Hasina, visited India very recently. New doors of these facilities have been opened in view of the discussion between the heads of government of both countries. It will meet the expectations of the people of both countries. If the complications in trading are removed, trading will increase. Communication is becoming easier and easier, which benefits the people of both countries. The people of both countries are very interested in the border huts that are on the border. The people of both countries enjoy the benefits.

The Commerce Minister expressed his gratitude to outgoing High Commissioner of India Vikram Kumar Dorai Swamy for boosting both countries’ trade and investment and removing business complications, saying Bangladesh is very optimistic about the SEPA agreement. For example, it is possible to work on matters such as service and product trade, investments, intellectual property and e-commerce. This will increase the trade of both countries.

The outgoing High Commissioner of India, Vikram Doraiswamy, thanked everyone for their sincere cooperation during his tenure in Bangladesh and said his tenure in Bangladesh will be unforgettable. Much has been done on trade and investment between Bangladesh and India, there is room and potential for much more. There is a huge demand for Bengali products in various states of India. The communication system is much improved, but further, development is needed. It is possible to increase the trade of both countries by making the ports of Chittagong and Mongla more effective. Increasing the capacity of ports will facilitate trade.

He said Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s recent visit to India and talks between the two countries heads of government will have a major impact on trade and investment. The SEPA agreement will be good for both countries, it will increase trade. The road connections of Bangladesh, Bhutan and Nepal will be very business-friendly. The coming days will see efforts to increase trade and investment in both countries.

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