Haison International Ltd, a private investment management and advisory firm of Bangladesh, in partnership with United Nations Industrial Development Organization-Tokyo organised a summit on Tuesday to facilitate greater private investment between Japanese and Bangladeshi companies.
Over 50 leading Japanese companies participated at the summit titled “Japanese Investors B2B Partnerships 2018” in Tokyo where business-to-business meetings were conducted with Bangladeshi companies to explore investment opportunities in high-growth sectors.
There were also discussions on private investments, joint venture and other potential partnerships in special economic zone and ports, textiles, logistics, automobile sectors, quality control inspection and management consulting.
Among the Japanese companies were Marubeni, Sumitomo, Nippon Steel, Deloitte, NEC, ITO Corporation, Sojitz Corporation, Suzue Corporation, Mamiya-OP Co, Toyota Tsusho Corporation and Seibu Shinkin Bank.
The Bangladeshi conglomerates include AK Khan and Company, Conveyor Logistics, HNS Automobiles, Trade Services International, SIMCO Spinning and Textiles, Synergies Sourcing, Amex Knitting & Dyeing and Pacific Quality Control Center.