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Seminar on ‘Investment benefits in Bangladesh’ held

Seminar on ‘Investment benefits in Bangladesh’ held

A seminar titled, “Bangladesh the new frontier; Investment Opportu- nities for Foreign Investors and Expatriates” held on Monday.

The seminar was organized by Los Angeles Bangladesh consulates Bangabandhu Cultural Centre, said a press release, reports BSS.

Startup Bangladesh-idea project of ICT division has helped to organise the event.

Salman F Rahman, the prime minister's private industry and investment affairs adviser, briefly discussed the investment-friendly environment, opportunities, and possibilities in Bangladesh while addressing as the chief guest at the event.

Rahman said the government has guaranteed potential investors from the United States that they will receive full cooperation in order to increase the number of investments made in Bangladesh.

He also mentioned and highlighted the present government’s achievement and development plan during the seminar.

He also hoped that the existing friendship, trade, and business, economic and social partnership between US and Bangladesh will extend more.

Rahman urged US companies to take advantage of Bangladesh's high corporate profitability, business-friendly regulations, large domestic market, and strategic access to key markets around the world during the event.

Members of US-Bangladesh Business Forum (USBBF) Mason Yust, Tina Jabeen, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Startup Bangladesh Limited, and other business representatives from different organizations were present at the seminar.

By mentioning the facilities and advantages of investing in Bangladesh, Tareque Muhammad - Consul General of Bangladesh said Bangladesh has established 100 exclusive economic zones to attract foreign investment. He also urged all the foreign guests and expat businessmen to invest in Bangladesh. 

The different aspects and ICT related advantages were demonstrated by Tina Jabeen Chief Executive Officer of Startup Bangladesh Limited during the seminar.