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Business Association of Nagas delegation explores trade opportunities in Bangladesh
Image Credit: Nagaland Post

Business Association of Nagas delegation explores trade opportunities in Bangladesh

| @indiablooms | 14 May 2023, 02:26 pm

Dwaki/Meghalaya: A delegation of 12 members from the Business Association of Nagas (BAN) is present on a five-day business trip to Bangladesh to explore potential business opportunities.

The group has held a series of meetings with industrialists and business organizations in Bangladesh, reported Nagaland Post.

BAN's General Secretary, Dr. Yan Murry, has disclosed that the delegation was invited by the India-Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce and Industry (IBCCI). BAN's President, L Mongkum Jamir, is leading the delegation.

The group made history by being the first business association to use the Dawki land port on May 5.

The land port, situated in West Jaintia Hills, Meghalaya, along the international border between India and Bangladesh, is expected to become a significant economic and transportation hub between both countries.

Upon crossing the border, the BAN delegation was received by Abul Kalam Azad, the Secretary-General of IBCCI.

The group held a meeting with Tamabil Limestone and Coal Importers Group, as well as Dolly Khonglah, the President of Meghalaya International Exporters Chamber of Commerce.

The delegation then proceeded to the Nitol-Niloy Industrial Park, where they met with Abdul Matlub Ahmad, the Chairman of Nitol-Niloy Group and President of IBCCI.

They toured the industrial park and its facilities, including the Nitol Curtis Paper Mill Limited, which has a daily production capacity of 84 MT.

During their business meeting at the industrial park with the Sunamganj Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the BAN delegation engaged in B2B discussions on trade prospects.

The group signed ten Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) during the meeting. Ababe Ezung OSD (Transport) is accompanying the delegation.

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