Discussion on US-Bangladesh trade, commercial corridor held

18 Jun 2020 11:26 AM
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The US Chamber of Commerce’s US-Bangladesh Functioning Group organized the function because of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) situation, reports BSS

A virtual discussion in strengthening the US-Bangladesh trade and professional corridor has been held on Wednesday.

THE UNITED STATES Chamber of Commerce’s US-Bangladesh Working Group organized the function in view of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) situation, reports BSS.

Prime Minister’s Private Industry and Investment Advisor Salman F Rahman, Status Minister for ICT Division Zunaid Ahmed Palak, PM’s Principal Secretary Dr Ahmad Kaikaus, Bangladesh Ambassador to the united states Md Ziauddin, US Ambassador found in Dhaka Earl R Miller, and Senior Vice President of South Asia, US Chamber of Commerce Nisha Biswal, took part found in the discussion among others,.

More than 100 Bangladesh and US organization organizations and organizations joined this program on the digital program.

The dialogue provided an opportunity to hear from industry leaders on issues including business continuity best practices, new development and investment scopes, redesigning supply chains and logistics, and broader economical recovery and rejuvenation in Bangladesh.