Economic Reporters’ Forum (ERF) and Bangladesh China Chamber of Commerce & Industry (BCCCI) jointly arranged a webinar with the subject matter Bangladesh-China Economic and Trade Relations in the aftermath of the COVID-19 Global Pandemic” on 9 June, Wednesday.
In the virtual conference, Speakers set utmost value on signing a in depth bilateral No cost Trade Arrangement (FTA) with China as it would have a favourable influence on Bangladesh’s exports to that market place and also to take complete gain of duty-free of charge quota cost-free (DFQF) accessibility of Bangladeshi items to Chinese market.
Considering that China and Bangladesh formally founded diplomatic relations on Oct 4, 1975, the welcoming bilateral relations involving the two nations have been developing in a sound and steady way more than the past many years . China has turn out to be Bangladesh’s greatest buying and selling spouse, and Bangladesh has come to be China’s second major buying and selling husband or wife in South Asia
Commerce Minister Tipu Munshi attended the event as the chief guest when Chinese Ambassador to Dhaka Li Jiming, Government Chairman of Bangladesh Expense Growth Authority (BIDA) Md. Sirazul Islam, Bangladesh Ambassador to China, Mahbub Uz Zaman joined it as the distinctive guests. Eminent Trade Economist Dr. Mohammad Abdur Razzaque introduced the keynote paper. ERF President Sharmeen Rinvy and Joint Secretary Typical BCCCI, Al Mamun Mridha sent welcome remarks. BCCCI President Gazi Golam Murtoza chaired the party although ERF Standard Secretary, S M Rashidul Islam moderated the purpose. Senior Vice President, BCCCI Brig. Gen. Shah Md. Sultan Uddin Iqbal supplied the vote of many thanks.