The “Bangladesh Business Conference 2023” was launched today by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to mark the Golden Jubilee of the FBCCI, the country’s top business organization.
She served as the main guest at the opening of the three-day summit, which the Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry hosted at the Bangabandhu International Conference Centre (BICC) in the nation’s capital (FBCCI).
For the meeting, the FBCCI is collaborating with the Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Commerce, and Bangladesh Investment Development Authority (BIDA).
The summit is being attended by ministers from seven nations, including the United Kingdom (UK), the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), China, Bhutan, and the United Arab Emirates, as well as CEOs of 12 multinational corporations, more than 200 foreign investors, and business leaders from 17 different nations.
Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen, Minister of Commerce of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Dr Majeed bin Abdullah Alkussabi, Minister of Industry, Commerce and Employment of Bhutan Karma Dorji, Deputy Director General of the World Trade Organisation Ambassador Xiangchen Zhang, Commerce Minister Tipu Munshi and PM’s Private Industries and Investment Adviser Salman Fazlur Rahman spoke at the programme.
FBCCI President Md Jashim UThe meeting will feature success tales that have laid the groundwork for Bangladesh’s long-term development.
This meeting will be crucial in maximizing Bangladesh’s economic potential, boosting trade, and luring investors.
Business representatives from both domestic and foreign countries have paid sizeable amounts as an entry fee to the event.
In Calcutta, businesses like Walmart and Zara have established themselves. It is now appropriate to enter Bangladesh.
High export potentials have been created, but the local customer market has also grown.ddin gave the address of welcome.
The event is being organised as a part of the FBCCI’s 50th founding anniversary celebrations with the aim of creating new opportunities for trade and investment by showcasing the country’s economic potential before a global audience.