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Rawhide trade runs smoothly

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BSS, Dhaka :
Rawhide trade is running smoothly across the country as per the decision of a tri-party meeting at the Commerce Ministry on Sunday.
During the meeting, tanners and rawhide merchants agreed to run the rawhide trade smoothly for further development of the industry.
Talking to BSS, General Secretary of the Bangladesh Tanners Association (BTA) Md Sakawat Ullah said
tannery owners have started rawhide procurement at the government fixed rate.
"According to the Sunday's decision, tannery owners have started procurement of rawhide of sacrificial animals and it will continue for the next two months," he added.
Bangladesh Hide and Skin Merchants Association (BHSMA) Chairman Hazi Mohammad Delwar Hossain said merchants have already started the selling of rawhide across the country.
"Most of the problems between tannery owners and merchants have been solved. Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FBCCI) and leaders of the concerned associations will meet on August 22 for solving rest of the problems," he added.
A tri-party meeting for solving the problems of the tannery industry was held on Sunday.

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