President of the Federation of Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FBCCI) Mahbubul Alam on Sunday called on the businessmen of Turkey to invest in the potential sectors of Bangladesh.
He made this call in a courtesy meeting with Turkish Ambassador Ramis Sen at the FBCCI office in Dhaka.
FBCCI president and Turkish ambassador to Dhaka led the discussions, where they emphasized the deep-rooted friendship between the two nations and their shared determination to bolster economic cooperation.
During the meeting both Bangladesh and Turkey have reaffirmed their commitment to strengthening bilateral trade ties.
FBCCI president mentioned that Turkish investors could invest in several key sectors within Bangladesh, including oil refining, construction, medicine and industrial chemicals, tourism, agriculture, dairy, shipbuilding, civil aviation, and shipping. Furthermore, FBCCI pledged its full support to Turkish businessmen as they navigate the intricacies of the Bangladeshi market.
FBCCI also called for removing customs barriers to facilitate the export of garment products to Turkey, a move that could significantly boost the textile industry in Bangladesh.
In response Turkish Ambassador Ramis Sen praised Bangladesh’s progress and expressed Turkey’s keen interest in expanding trade relations.
He extended an invitation to a business delegation led by FBCCI to visit Turkey, strengthening the bridge of collaboration between the two nations.
FBCCI Vice President Khairul Huda Chopol, Mohammad Anwar Sadat Sarker, Rashadul Hossain Chowdhury (Ronni), Md Munir Hossain, directors, and others were present at the event.
Source : DhakaTribune