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Turkey keen to open Dhaka office to boost bilateral trade

Turkey keen to open Dhaka office to boost bilateral trade

Turkey is eager to set up its own office in Bangladesh on the lines of the Japan International Cooperation Agency and the Korea International Cooperation Agency to boost bilateral cooperation and trade, Turkish vice president Fuat Oktay told Bangladeshi finance minister AHM Mustafa Kamal at Ankara last week. Kamal said Bangladesh would consider the request.
Kamal sought cooperation from Turkey in information and communication technology.
Fuat said Bangladesh could supply more agro-processed foods, jute and jute-made goods, processed fruits including mangoes, lichies, jackfruits and pineapple to the Turkish market, according to a news agency in Bangladesh.
He also suggested that Bangladesh could supply leather goods as well as meat to Turkish market where Turkey could extend support in case of getting the necessary Halal certification

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