Exchange of views with Japan Mitsubishi and Jetro delegation at Chittagong Chamber
Chittagong, September 21, 2022 (BASS) : An exchange meeting between the leaders of The Chittagong Chamber of Commerce and Industry along with Japan’s Mitsubishi Group and Jetro trade delegation was held at the World Trade Center yesterday.
In a press release today, Chittagong Chamber said that in the meeting chaired by Vice President Syed Mohammad Tanveer, the Chamber Director Md. Aheed Siraj Chowdhury (Swapan), Anjan Shekhar Dash, Nazmul Karim Chowdhury Sharoon, Mohammad Adnanul Islam and Mohammad Nasirul Alam (Fahim), Former President of the Chamber Engineer Ali Ahmad, Former Senior Vice President Omar Hajjaz, Overseas Planning of Japan’s Mitsubishi Electric Corporation. Yusuke Izumi of the & Admin Department, Mariko Umehara of Tokyo Marine & Nishido Fire Insurance Company, Kotaro Suganuma of the Investor Relations Department of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ryo Nagamatsu of the Global Marketing Department of Mitsubishi Motors, Kazu Hiko Izo of the Global Research Department of Mitsubishi Corporation, Officer Keisuki Yamada and Kazunori Yamada and Ishrat Jahan of Jetro from Dhaka were present.
30 entrepreneurs, managing directors and senior officials from 18 sectors of Chittagong were present in the exchange meeting. Note that on the same day the delegation of Kabir Ship Recycling Ltd. and visited the CCCI Japan Desk. Bangladesh Center of Excellence (BCE) fully cooperates in this.
Businessmen said that Chittagong has been transformed into an attractive region for investment and trade due to its geographical location and increasing infrastructural development. The leading businessmen participating in the meeting expressed their interest in investing in various sectors including automobile, textile, engineering, food processing and car parts production in joint venture with various Japanese institutions while maintaining the continuity of development cooperation in Bangladesh.
The Japanese delegation visited various infrastructures in Chittagong and expressed satisfaction with the overall economic development of Bangladesh. They said that the interest of Japanese companies to invest in Bangladesh is increasing. For this, they called upon the Bangladesh government to create a foreign investment-friendly environment and simplify the policies.