Mexico-Bangladesh virtual business platform launched
Mexico-Bangladesh Virtual Business Platform has been launched with an aim to create better opportunities and bring the business community of both the countries to a single platform.
The platform was launched through a webinar organised by the Mexican Business Council for Foreign Trade, Investment and Technology (COMCE) last night, said a press release of the Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FBCCI).
In the programme, FBCCI President Md Jashim Uddin said the relations between the two countries have gradually enhanced since July 8, 1975, but have not reached their fullest potential yet.
Highlighting the rapid development and favourable investment policy in Bangladesh, the FBCCI chief urged Mexico to invest in the thriving sectors with innovation, including agro-based products, leather goods, automobiles, light engineering, and information technology.
FBCCI Director Abul Kasem Khan gave a presentation on trade and investment opportunities and potentials in Bangladesh and Mexico.
Mexican Ambassador to India (concurrent to Bangladesh) Federico Salas Lotfe, Bangladesh Ambassador to Mexico Abida Islam, Chairman of the Asia Pacific business section of COMCE Sergio Ley and Vice Chairman Agustin Garcia Rechy spoke at the event.
FBCCI Director Prity Chakraborty and Secretary General Mohammad Mahfuzul Hoque were present there. Manager of the Asia Pacific business section of COMCE Jessica Ortiz moderated the programme.