An 86-member business delegation from the Dhaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI) will leave for Istanbul, Turkey on Tuesday for a four-day visit.
DCCI President Rizwan Rahman will lead the trade delegation.
The purpose of the visit will be to explore a new field of business and investment cooperation, particularly in the various sectors of manufacturing, general trade and services, with a view to identifying potential business partners for investment in joint venture, to attract FDI from Turkey to Bangladesh and vice versa. .
Bangladesh and Turkey have enjoyed friendly diplomatic and economic relations for ages, the chamber body said on Monday ahead of the visit.
The long-standing bilateral relations between Bangladesh and Turkey have reached a “new high” with increasing trade and investment cooperation in various fields.
To steer this friendly economic relationship, the DCCI is leading the trade delegation to Istanbul in Turkey.
During this business trip, the delegation will have several interactive business meetings with one of the largest chambers in the world, the Istanbul Chamber of Commerce, the Foreign Economic Relations Council of Turkey (DEIK).
In addition, there will be a Turkey-Bangladesh business forum, business-to-business (B2B) meetings, industry visits and meetings with Turkish Trade Minister Mehmet MUS. Members of the DCCI business delegation will also visit some industrial areas in Turkey.