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Bangladesh Investment & Policy Summit 2016

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A two-day Bangladesh Investment and Policy Summit 2016 will begin from January 24 in the city to showcase private sector investment opportunities in Bangladesh for both domestic and international investors.

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will inaugurate the summit at the Radisson Blu Water Garden Hotel, hosted by the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), Board of Investment, BUILD (Business Initiative Leading Development) and The Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FBCCI).

The event will also deliberate towards fostering enabling policies for private sector growth and reducing gaps among policies for a coordinated, consistent and cohesive private sector development policy regime.

The Board of Investment (BoI), the apex investment-promotion agency of the government, BUILD (Business Initiative Leading Development) and prime minister’s office (PMO) are jointly organising the two-day summit with a view to showcasing private invest opportunities in key sectors and attracting new investments in Bangladesh.

Local and foreign Investors, experts in foreign direct investment and industrial and international trade and policymakers, business entrepreneurs and government officials will join the summit.

About 2,000 local and foreign participants from more than two dozen countries, including the UK, Japan, China, India, Germany, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Kuwait and Qatar, will attend the programme, said the organisers.

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