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Tofail seeks investment from Singapore
Commerce Minister Tofail Ahmed on Monday invited Singaporean entrepreneurs to invest in many of the country’s promising sectors, including garment, IT, pharmaceuticals, shipbuilding as well as leather products, furniture and frozen fruit industries.
He was addressing a business seminar in Singapore titled ‘South Asia Market Insights Series: Business Opportunities in Bangladesh.
Singapore Business Federation (SBF), Bangladesh High Commission in Singapore and Bangladesh Business Chamber of Singapore (BDCham) jointly organised the seminar at SBF auditorium.
The Commerce Minister highlighted the sustained stellar economic and business performance of Bangladesh and invited Singaporean investors and businessmen to take the advantage of business and investment opportunities that Bangladesh economy presents today for foreign investors and business community.
He mentioned how Bangladesh has progressed to become a vibrant economy under the visionary leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.
High Commissioner of Bangladesh to Singapore Mustafizur Rahman, Vice Chairman of Singapore Business Federation and Chairman of South Asia Business Group Gautam Banerjee, President of Bangladesh Business Chamber of Singapore Mirza Golam Sabur also spoke, said a press release.
Bangladesh High Commissioner highlighted the enormous business potentials between Bangladesh and Singapore and assured Singapore businessmen and investors to provide all-out support to them from the High Commission to facilitate their business with Bangladesh.
During the seminar, Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Singapore Business Federation and Bangladesh Business Chamber of Singapore was signed.