The Bangladesh Investment Summit begins in capital Dhaka

Dhaka: A two-day international investment summit has begun in Dhaka, Bangladesh's capital, to assist the country in attracting more foreign investors. On Sunday, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina opened the conference at a Dhaka city hotel, virtually from her official residence Ganabhaban. As the chief guest, she welcomed international companies to invest in Bangladesh, stating that Dhaka will provide all policy assistance necessary to create an investment-friendly climate, according to reports.

The summit was organised by the Bangladesh Investment Development Authority (BIDA), and it featured video messages from Chinese Vice Minister of Commerce Ren Hongbin and Foreign Economic Forum Managing Director Jeremy Jurgens, as well as other world luminaries. At the event, an audiovisual documentary named "Discover Limitless Opportunities" was screened in Bangladesh. The summit's goal is to show off Bangladesh's potential to foreign investors.

Infrastructure, capital markets, financial services, information technology, electronics manufacturing, leather, automotive and light engineering, agro-products and food processing, healthcare and medicine, jute-textiles, and the blue economy are among the 11 potential investment sectors identified by Hasina. Meanwhile, Hasina stated that 79 public-private partnership (PPP) projects totaling $30 billion are awaiting development.

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