DHAKA: A 46-member business delegation from Pakistan, organized by the Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI), is expected to participate in the three-day "Bangladesh Business Summit" in Dhaka from 11-13 March 2023.
The delegation has received the necessary visas from the Bangladesh High Commission in Islamabad and the Bangladesh Deputy High Commission in Karachi.
The Bangladesh Business Summit will be inaugurated by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today [Saturday]. More than 200 business leaders from 17 countries are expected to participate in the summit.
According to the Boston Consulting Group, Bangladesh is currently one of the five fastest-growing economies in the world and has the 35th largest GDP.
S. M. Mehbul Alam, the deputy high commissioner of Bangladesh in Karachi, stated that Bangladesh is expected to become a trillion-dollar economy with the 9th largest market.
The summit provides a platform for business leaders and entrepreneurs to network and explore business opportunities in Bangladesh. The Pakistan business delegation aims to strengthen trade ties and explore opportunities for collaboration between the two countries.
The Pakistan business delegation includes representatives from a wide range of sectors, including textiles, agriculture, pharmaceuticals, and information technology. The delegation hopes to establish strong business links with their counterparts in Bangladesh and explore opportunities for trade and investment.
The Bangladesh Business Summit is expected to boost trade and investment in the region. In addition, the participation of the Pakistani business delegation is expected to further strengthen economic ties between the two countries.
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