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Speakers highlight innovative use of jute
Speakers at a function here on Monday laid emphasis on innovative use of jute and produce high-end products to contribute to the national economy in a bigger way by utilising export potential.
They highlighted the growing global market of jute products and how Bangladesh can take advantage of it diversifying its export to the international market.
The speakers came up with the observation when a joint project titled, 'Franco-German Jute Project’, organised by Alliance Française de Dhaka and Goethe-Institut Bangladesh, was exhibited on the premises of new Franco-German Embassy.
Cultural Affairs Minister Asaduzzaman Noor attended the function as the chief guest.
French Ambassador to Bangladesh Sophie Aubert and German Ambassador to Bangladesh Dr Thomas Prinz co-hosted the event showing the innovative ways of jute use.
Minister Noor said the government has taken lots of initiatives to promote jute and jute products.