Officials of the Embassy of Bangladesh in Qatar and Qatar Chamber held a meeting on Wednesday to discuss ways to enhance trade and economic opportunities.
Ambassador Jashim Uddin met with Qatar Chamber first vice chairman Mohamed bin Towar al-Kuwari. The meeting underlined the need for regular interactions between businessmen and investors of the two countries.
Highlighting the investment opportunities in Bangladesh, Uddin stressed that the South Asian country “attaches great importance” in strengthening trade and investment ties with Qatar.
The ambassador said bilateral trade between Bangladesh and Qatar surpassed the $1bn. However, there is a huge potential to strengthen cooperation, particularly in the area of investment, he stressed.
Uddin also emphasised the need for organising specific sector-based talks to highlight business and investment prospects. Al-Kuwari, for his part, assured the ambassador of “all cooperation in this regard.”
Embassy counselor (Political and Economic Affairs) Mahbur Rahman was likewise present at the meeting, which also discussed various issues of Bangladeshi businessmen and investors in Qatar.
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