The United States Chamber of Commerce will virtually launch the United States-Bangladesh Business Council on Tuesday to strengthen trade, trade and investment relations between the two countries.
Ambassador Marcia Bernicat and United States Ambassador to Bangladesh Earl Miller will discuss the strategic and business prospects of Bangladesh and the United States in the 21st century.
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Government and private sector leaders from the two countries will discuss the future of the economic partnership between the United States and Bangladesh.
With a rapidly growing middle class, a skilled workforce and a resilient economy, Bangladesh presents an unprecedented opportunity for investment and business partnerships, said the U.S. Embassy in Dhaka.
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The country’s investments in human capital and physical and digital infrastructure are poised to transform the country over the next decade, he said.
With the launch of the US-Bangladesh Business Council, the Chamber demonstrates its continued commitment to fostering bilateral trade relations and creating a broad platform for business advocacy, the host country said.
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