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Bangladesh jute, handicrafts sector to get more Dutch assistance By UNB | Last Updated: 22nd September, 2018, 14:25

  The Netherlands has assured support for exporting diversified jute products from Bangladesh to the European Union (EU) market.   This was conveyed to Bangladesh Ambassador to the Netherlands…

Bangladesh jute, handicrafts sector to get more Dutch assistance

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