Korean investors urged to invest in Bangladesh

Staff Correspondent

21 August, 2019 12:00 AM printer

Finance Minister AHM Mustafa Kamal has invited the Korean businessmen to invest in Bangladesh terming it a place for lucrative investment.

The fiancé minister made the call while briefing the head and chief executives of 15 South Korean business houses in Seoul on Tuesday.

Kamal is now in South Korea to attend a Global Climate Fund (GCF) organised five-day event -- Global Programming Conference. The finance minister also met Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) president Lee Mikyung on Tuesday.

In his briefing, the finance minister highlighted Bangladesh economy to the Korean businessmen. He said that Bangladesh is now a most attractive investment destination in terms of population, market, facilities etc.

“Bangladesh now offers most attractive investment incentives to foreign investors in many sectors,” a finance ministry release quoted him as saying.

Mentioning Bangladesh as the land of opportunity, Kamal invited them to visit Bangladesh and find out their new ventures here. “Bangladesh with huge population is a big market for business,” he told them.