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Thai envoy urges for more BD-Thai Business

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The bilateral business between Bangladesh and Thailand should be increased as we have the ethnic historical and cultural ties of both the countries went back to years ago. Makawadee Sumitmor, Thai envoy to Bangladesh said in the Courtesy Call of newly elected board of directors of BTCCI with the Ambassador of Thailand to Bangladesh at the Royal Thai Embassy, Dhaka on Tuesday, May 30, 2023.

BTCCI placed some important proposals to the Thai Envoy like to make easier in Thai Visa for Bangladeshi People, to work jointly for more joint venture in Bangladesh, working on FTA between two countries. The Thai Envoy assured the business leaders to work on all proposals of BTCCI and also assured try to make easier for Thai Visa.

Shams Mahmud, President of BTCCI introduced the newly elected Board of Directors of BTCCI to the Thai Ambassador and its officials. The Ambassador thanked to the board of Directors to come forward for the discussion of bilateral issues of Bangladesh and Thailand and assured with all out cooperation for enhancing bilateral relationship between Bangladesh and Thailand.

BTCCI President Shams Mahmud apprised to the ambassador regarding on the plan of BTCCI to take necessary steps for enhancingbilateral relationship between Bangladesh and Thailand. In this regard both the BTCCI and the Royal Thai Embassy through its Thai Trade Center based in Dhaka would work jointly their best. BTCCI President also emphasized on the increasing export from Bangladesh to Thailand and he requested Thai Officials to initiate for adding new products to import from Bangladesh such as Pharmaceuticals, Jute and Jute goods, Leather, RMG and Ceramics etc. 

Md. Munir Hossain, Sr. Vice president said that Bangladesh provided a low cost production base and competitive labor market for Thai Businessmen and therefore Bangladesh could be their investment destination. Thailand could also play an important role by investing in Bangladesh’s infrastructure like Roads and Highways, Power and Energy, Agro processing and such labor intensive sectors.

Abdul Kasem Khan, Former DCCI President and BTCCI director also attended the meeting and emphasized on strengthening the already established good relationship between Bangladesh and Thailand. He welcomed to the Thai investors to invest in Special Economic Zones (SEZs) in Bangladesh. 

The Ambassador of Thailand to Bangladesh Makawadee Sumitmorthanked BTCCI Board of Directors for such a courtesy call with her. The Ambassador emphasized that apart from trading only, now countries should try to establish strategic partnerships. She assured of all cooperation and support from her embassy to BTCCI in this regard.

Some of the BTCCI Board of Directors also attended the courtesy call on including Panom Thongprayoon, Minister Counsellor of Thai Embassy, Dhaka, Khemathat Archawathamrong, Minister Counsellor(Commercial) & BTCCI Honorary Director, Md. Salem Sulaiman, Vice President, Mohammad Junaed Ibne Ali, Director Finance, Mohammed Hussain Sattar,     Suchat Suntipada, Md. Ahsanuzzaman, Brahmanda Pratap Barua, Zubair Hassan Chouwdhury, Directors, Md. Nazmul Hossen ACS, Secretary of BTCCI and diplomats of Thai Embassy. 

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