With an aim to strengthen bilateral trade ties and bringing the business communities of India and Bangladesh together, industry bodies of both the countries along with the assistance of their respective governments organized The India Show in Bangladesh.
THE FIRST ever India show, which began on December 3 and ended today was based on the theme 'Partnership for Progress'. The exhibition featured a series of seminars, B2B interactions, product displays and included a public interface.
Speaking at the show India's trade secretary, S. R. Rao said that India is committed towards partnering Bangladesh in its developmental efforts. The trade minister of Bangladesh, Ghulam Mohammad Quader expressed confidence that the trade relations between the entrepreneurs of both the nations would become stronger after this exhibition, says reports.
As reported by IBN Live, Indian High Commissioner at the Bangladesh said that India would adopt a liberal visa policy to boost economic partnership and encourage Indian business to invest in Bangladesh in order to address the imbalance in trade.
"As a step towards showing India's commitment to joining hands with Dhaka in giving a boost to the economic prosperity of Bangladesh and its people, we have decided to adopt a liberal visa regime," said High Commissioner Pankaj Saran.
Under its Look East Policy, India is giving a greater importance to the trade ties with Bangladesh.