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BD, a lucrative country for foreign investors: Tofail

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Staff Reporter :
Commence Minister Tofail Ahmed on Tuesday said, Bangladesh is a very lucrative country for foreign investors as highest facilities are given here.
A good number of foreign investors by this time have invested in different sectors including apparel, power generation and telecom. The Minister invites Singapore's business group to invest in Bangladesh as Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina declared it Special Economic Zone.
The Minister said it while he was addressing a seminar held in Singapore 'to promote trade and commerce relation between Bangladesh and Singapore,

organized by Bangladesh Business Chamber of Singapore.
Businessmen from different countries are investing in Bangladesh and getting profit. Businessmen of Singapore can take this opportunity, Tofail said.
"In Bangladesh there are some advantages for investment such as available workers at cheap wages and opportunity of investment in local and global markets," he said.
 "Bangladesh Prime Minister announced to make 100 special economic zones where foreign investors will be given priority," the minister said.
The president of Bangladesh Business Chamber in Singapore Md Shahiduzzaman chaired the function. Bangladeshi ambassador to Singapore Md. Mustafizur Rahman spoke in the seminar.

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