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20 August, 2019 05:38:50 PM / LAST MODIFIED: 20 August, 2019 05:41:26 PM
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Kamal urges Korean businessmen to come up with investment

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Kamal urges Korean businessmen to come up with investment

Finance Minister AHM Mustafa Kamal, MP invited the Korean businessmen to come up with investment in Bangladesh, saying the country in now a most attractive investment destination in terms of population, market, facilities etc.

“Bangladesh is offering most attractive investment incentives to the foreigners in many sectors,” he said while briefing the head and chief executives of 15 South Korean business houses in Seoul on Tuesday, said a ministry press release.

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.

The finance minister briefed them about the Bangladesh’s excellent achievement in the Socio-economic sectors during the last 10 years.
Underscoring the importance of FDI for Bangladesh, he pointed out Bangladesh is one of the most attractive investment destination in the world.

Terming South Korea as a good and long lasting friend of Bangladesh, Kamal urged the businessmen to come forward to invest in Bangladesh and grasp the unparalleled benefit.

The Korean businessmen attending the meeting expressed their keen interest about Bangladesh market and assured the finance minister to explore the opportunities prevailing in Bangladesh.

HM

 

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