Export diversification, a demand of the time: MA Salam
Thursday, 26 June 2008

EPB seminar in Ctg

Staff Reporter

Today’s competitive world market calls among other things for export diversification as well as identifying priorities for export development for all the countries of the globe.

Speakers made this observation at a seminar titled “ Market-wise Seminar(China, India, Malaysia& Russia) in Chittagong on Monday last.

Export Promotion Bureau, Chittagong Regional Office organized the seminar under National Export Training Programme(NETP) 2007-2008 at the conference hall of BGMEA where First Vice Chairman of BGMEA MA Salam attended as Chief Guest.

“ Export diversification is a demand of the time” he said adding both market access and product diversification are two crucially important tasks. Besides, time to time analysis of all exportable products of the developed and developing countries, tariff structure of each and every product, GSP and other facilities, every product on the basis of Bangladesh present export & further potentials and competitors’ competitive edge are equally vital he observed.

Over seventy respresentatives from Govt-Non-Govt organizations and export –based industrial units, Banks and Insurance Companies participated in the seminar.

Presided over by Md. Golam Mostafa , Director of EPB, Chittagong, the seminar was also addressed among others by Abdul Mannan Rana, Director BGMEA, Ctg, Sawkat Usman, Managing Director, M/S Presition Knitting Systems Ltd, Ctg and AMM Azhar, Director EPB, Dhaka.

Comments Add New
liton  - Prices of essential goods |2008-07-09 07:50:27
Now prices of essential commodities are spinning out of reach of the people & the prices have already gone beyond the low and fixed income group people's affordability. People have become poor and the middle-income group too would slip below the poverty line soon. Government efforts to monitor the market or curb the prices are yet to be discernible.
So needs to take proper step from Govt. side.
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