DOT Desk: Japanese Ambassador Iwama Kiminori has said that after Bangladesh’s LDC graduation in 2026, Japan will be by Bangladesh’s side,reports TBS.
He also said, Bangladesh has started preparing to face the challenges after LDC graduation at the right time. Japan will continue all kinds of cooperation for the development of Bangladesh, said the ambassador during a view exchange meeting with Commerce Minister Tipu Munshi in his office at the Ministry of Commerce, Bangladesh Secretariat yesterday (29 January). Commerce Minister Tipu Munshi, MP said, Bangladesh has a long history of trade and economic relations with Japan. Japan is a major development partner of Bangladesh. He also said, under the guidance of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, the work of building 100 Special Economic Zones in important places of the country is progressing rapidly. Japan has also invested here.Bangladesh expects more investment from Japan, he added.
Commerce Minister said, Bangladesh will graduate LDC in 2026, work is underway to form trade agreements like preferential trade agreement (PTA) or free trade agreement (FTA) to get trade benefits from different countries.
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