Abul Kalam Azad (centre), Chief Coordinator of PMO on SDG Affairs, speaks at a seminar on the sideline of ‘Destination Bangladesh’ organised by the Dhaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI) at the capital’s Bangabandhu International Conference Centre on Sunday.

Staff Correspondent
A business delegation from Nanchang Municipal, China had a meeting with the leaders from the Federation of Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce and Industries (FBCCI) recently to discuss the ways to explore trade potentials between the two countries.
During the meeting, Md Shafiul Islam (Mohiuddin), president of the apex trade body along with the directors discussed on potentials of bilateral trade between the two countries. Ling Wei, Deputy Mayor of Nanchang Municipal led the Chinese delegation.
The FBCCI president at the meeting briefed about the role of private sector in the fast-growing development activities of the country.
The FBCCI along with its member bodies is working with the government of Bangladesh to ensure a conducive business environment in the country, he added.
However, Mohiuddin invited the Chinese businessmen to invest in potential sectors of Bangladesh taking the lucrative offers provided by Bangladesh government.
Moreover, he mentioned that the Chinese investors can avail of the opportunity of investing in 100 Special Economic Zones in Bangladesh. Ling Wei recalled the friendly relation between Bangladesh and his country.
The Chinese premier’s visit to Bangladesh has opened a new window for developing existing trade relations between Bangladesh and China, he hoped.

The deputy mayor also invited Bangladesh business people to visit this country and get engaged in the potential business sectors of his province.