Bepza seeks more South Korean investment
The Bangladesh Export Processing Zones Authority (Bepza) has sought more South Korean investment in export processing zones in the country.
Bepza Executive Chairman Major General Abul Kalam Mohammad Ziaur Rahman made the call when South Korea Ambassador to Bangladesh Lee Jang-keun visited Dhaka EPZ today.
Seeking more South Korean investment in the EPZs and Bepza Economic Zone, the Bepza executive chairman said that the authority always gives priority to the business-related issues of South Korean investors to run their business smoothly in EPZ.
The ambassador assured Bepza of providing the best support to increase South Korean investment in EPZs and Bepza Economic Zone, said a press release of Bepza.
He also lauded the role of the Bepza in the economic development of Bangladesh and expressed satisfaction with the overall production-oriented peaceful environment prevailing in the country's EPZs.
Later, Jang-keun along with Major General Ziaur Rahman inaugurated the "KOICA Vision Centre" established for eye disease treatment at Dhaka EPZ Hospital.
Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) has set up this Vision Center to provide free eye care services to the EPZ workers.