Wednesday, 12th August , 2020, 10:45 am,BDST

India-Bangladesh relations still at the highest level

High Commission of India (HCI), Dhaka in collaboration with India-Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce & Industry (IBCCI) jointly organized a webinar to discuss “India-Bangladesh Partnership Economic revival in a post Covid-19 world” on 11 August 2020. More than 100 industry leaders attended the webinar.

Speaking on the occasion, High Commissioner Smt. Riva Ganguly Das highlighted the “Atmanirbhar Bharat” scheme rolled out under the leadership of Hon’ble Prime Minister of India Shri Narendra Modi. Indian High Commissioner Smt. Riva Ganguly Das said, “Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan is based on five pillars Economy, Infrastructure, Technology-driven system, vibrant demography, and Demand. A stimulus package of 21 trillion rupees under this scheme will accelerate infrastructure development, support rural economy and cottage industries, boost Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, improve opportunities for foreign traders and investors, accelerate agriculture mechanization, etc in India.”

ভারত-বাংলাদেশ সম্পর্ক সর্বোচ্চ পর্যায়ে রয়েছে: রীভা গাঙ্গুলি

She also informed that Atma-Nirbhar Bharat or self-reliance will allow India to identify and promote industries and sectors where it has the potential and capability to scale up and become globally competitive. This will help India to become part of global value chains in collaboration with partner countries. She said this opens huge opportunities for Indian and Bangladesh businesses to look at sector where they can collaborate.

President, India-Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce, Abdul Matlub Ahmed spoke on the need to capitalize on the new opportunity given to both our nations through mutual trust and cooperation. He said, “The change in the world economic scenario is pushing India and Bangladesh as the land of great investment opportunities.” Further, he emphasized on the need for more investments, integration, cohesion, capacity building and knowledge sharing in the South Asian region to build robust trade network.

সফল হওয়ার গল্প, সাফল্যের পথ

Industry leaders from the Iffad Group, Tata Motors, SBI Bangladesh, Indofil, and Shorthi Enterprises amongst others deliberated on the new opportunities in global trade and the regional scenario across different sectors of economy.

Indian High Commissioner expressed hope that the excellent state of India-Bangladesh bilateral relations and the recent connectivity initiatives taken by both the countries in railways and inland waterways will help to reduce the cost of trade. She added that with their resilient economies and robust business environment, both the countries will not only be able to deal with present challenges but also make use of new opportunities. She urged the Indian business leaders that given the excellent manufacturing environment, vibrant demography and favorable investment atmosphere, opportunities for collaboration and joint ventures should be explored including for exports to third countries.

‘বাংলাদেশ-ভারত যৌথ উদ্যোগ উভয় দেশের জন্যই লাভজনক হবে’

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