A tradedelegation from Wales-Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce (WBCC) led by its Chairman Dilabor A Hussain called on President of Dhaka Chamber of Commerce & Industry (DCCI) Abul Kasem Khanand the Members of the Board of Directors at DCCI on 25 January, 2017.
DCCI President Abul Kasem Khanin welcoming the delegation said that Wales and Bangladesh both are land of opportunities where entrepreneurship is vibrant and increasing day by day. He also called upon the entrepreneurs of Wales to invest in infrastructure, RMG, leather, shipbuilding, pharmaceuticals and automotive industry sector of Bangladesh. He also said that Bangladesh and Wales should increase trade related programs to boost the trade between the two parties. He said that bilateral trade between Bangladesh and Wales is increasing day by day. DCCI President informed that Bangladesh government offers different incentives and packages for the foreign investors. He urged the delegation members to invest in Bangladesh enjoying these incentive facilities.
Chairman of Wales Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce (WBCC) Dilabor A Hussain in his deliberation invited Bangladeshi potential entrepreneurs to invest in Wales by utilizing various incentive programmes provided by Welsh government. He emphasized on strong bilateral trade relation between these two countries. He assured of all kinds of support from WBCC to the interested Bangladeshi entrepreneurs in Wales. He also urged upon both the Chambers to have regular business networking. He said WBCC will organize a trade expo in Wales in 2018 to showcase handicrafts, tourism, IT sector and manufacturing sector. Moreover he urged Bangladeshi business leaders to send trade delegation in UK to strengthen the bilateral trade and investment. He also said entrepreneurs of automotive sector in Wales are keen to invest in Bangladesh for establishing automotive diagnostic centre.
DCCI Senior Vice President Kamrul Islam, FCA, Vice President Hossain A Sikder, Directors Imran Ahmed, K. Atique-e-Rabbani, FCA, KMN Manjurul Hoque, Kh. Rashedul Ahsan, Mamun Akbar, Md. Alauddin Malik, and DCCI Secretary AHM Rezaul Kabir were present.