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ICC to work with WHO to fight COVID-19

In light of International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)’s  purpose to enable business world wide to secure peace, prosperity and opportunity for all,   ICC Chair Paul Polman and Secretary General John W.H. Denton AO have written  an open letter to the Saudi G20 Presidency to call for immediate and coordinated global action to ensure access to essential medical supplies, scale public health financing to tackle COVID-19 and restore confidence and stability in the global economy. Copy of the letter is enclosed.

BIAC seminar on ADR as int’l best practice, success factors

As a part of BIAC’s ongoing activities to promote ADR in the country and on occasion of two foreign Arbitrator’s forthcoming visit from Malaysia and Turkey to Bangladesh in order to arbitrate an international commercial dispute from 13-18 December 2016, Bangladesh International Arbitration Centre (BIAC) arranged a seminar on “ADR: International Best Practice and success factors” on 17th December 2016 at 7:00 p.m. at Dhaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s auditorium. photoThe Governor of Bangladesh Bank, Mr. Fazle Ka...

IBFB denounces attacks on Gulshan cafe

International Business Forum of Bangladesh (IBFB) expresses deep shocks and saddens by the dreadful, horror and inhuman terrorist attacks over the innocent and unarmed Bangladeshi and Foreign Citizens at the Holey Artisan Bakery at Gulshan, Dhaka on 1st July 2016. IBFB deeply mourns over the barbarous keeling and death of 20 innocent human beings, and earnestly pray that their dedicated departed souls may rest in eternal peace. IBFB most humbly conveys its deepest condolences to the bereaved family members and Dhaka Attack

Nordic firms to invest more in Bangladesh

Around 91 percent of Nordic companies doing business in Bangladesh are contemplating to increase their activities in Bangladesh over the coming 3-years period. The reason behind increasing activities in Bangladesh could be due to 34% of the respondents experiencing higher profits compared to other markets they are active in, a rise from 25% in 2013. There has been a 9% rise in favorability of doing business in Bangladesh since 2013 with 56% of the Nordic businesses reporting a very favorable outlook in 2015. [caption id="attachment_22411" align="alignleft" width="650"]

Thai governor expects more business thru’ sea ports

Governor of Ranong Province of Thailand Mr. Suriyan Karnjanasilp expressed expectation to Businessmen of Bangladesh and Thailand to raise bilateral business by using both countries’ sea port in a Business Meeting between Bangladesh Thai Chamber of Commerce & Industry (BTCCI) and the Delegation of the Thai Port Authority at the Dhaka Club Ltd on February 8, 2016 organized by BTCCI. The 13 member high profile Thai delegation is visiting Bangladesh to explore feasibility of signing MoU for direct coastal shipping between Chittagong port of Bangladesh in the Bay of

ICC dialogue on Industrial Policy held

Alhaz Amir Hossain Amu, MP (3rd from Left) Minister for Industries was the Chief Guest and Md. Mosharraf Hossain Bhuiyan ndc (2nd from Right), Secretary, Ministry of Industries was Special Guest at ICC Dialogue on Press Photo 27-12-15-FinalIndustrial Policy of Bangladesh held at MCCI, Dhaka on December 27. Moderated by ICC Bangladesh President Mahbubur Rahman (3rd from Right) and was also addressed by Former FBCCI Presidents Mir Nasir Hossain (Extreme Left) & A. K. Azad (2nd<...