Opening new door for investment By Sohel Hossain Patwary | Last Updated: 17th April, 2016, 00:00

The government efforts of establishing 100 Economic Zones (EZs) have opened a new door for the investment in the country, from both the local and foreign investors. Concerned authorities and the leading…

Opening new door for investment

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