Speakers at a discussion on Wednesday called upon the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) countries to invest more in Bangladesh as the government is providing all sorts of supports to the investors in the country, reports BSS.
They made the call at the discussion on ‘Potentiality of Investment in Bangladesh’ at the Prime Minister Office (PMO) in the city, said a press release.
International Relation Affairs Adviser to the Prime Minister Professor Dr Gowher Rizvi moderated the discussion while Private Industry and Investment Adviser to the PM Salman Fazlur Rahman presented a power point presentation on ‘Future Investment Opportunities in Bangladesh’.
Bangladesh Investment Development Authority (BIDA) Executive Chairman Kazi M Aminul Islam also presented a power point presentation on ‘Bangladesh: A Success Story’.
Principal Coordinator (SDG Affairs) of the PMO M Abul Kalam Azad, ambassadors and mission chiefs of OIC countries and senior officials of the Bangladesh Bank, National Board of Revenue (NBR) and PMO were present at the discussion.
At his presentation, Salman Fazlur Rahman said there are huge potentialities to invest in Bangladesh as the country is moving forward fast in different socio-economic indicators.
“The vision of the present government is to socio-economic development of the country through expediting investment and trade. So, the government is ready to give all supports to local and foreign investors,” he added.
Aminul Islam said there are huge opportunities to invest in Bangladesh as the government of the country is investment-friendly.