Underlining that there is ample scope to further boost Bangladesh-India bilateral trade through addressing the trade barriers, Bangladesh Commerce Minister Tipu Munshi has called for more discussions between the two countries in this direction.
This was underlined by media reports, which maintained Tipu Munshi made these observations on 11 January (Monday) during a meeting with Indian High Commissioner to Dhaka Vikram K. Doraiswami, who called upon the Bangladesh Commerce Minister at his office.
Underlining that both the countries share a close trade and economic relationship and terming India as a tested friend of Bangladesh, Tipu Munshi, reportedly, stated that India and Bangladesh would have to take necessary initiatives and measures for removing the existing trade-related complexities.
Steps will be taken to remove the trade barriers through discussions, reportedly, said the Bangladesh Commerce Minister while adding initiatives will be taken in this regard as it’s possible to ensure a peaceful solution to all problems through working sincerely.
It may be mentioned here that India is emerging as a promising export destination for ‘Made in Bangladesh’ apparel items lately besides also being a prominent source of raw materials for industries in Bangladesh.