Trade Related Issues in the Bangladesh-India Joint Communique' : Maximising Bangladesh's Benefits and Strategies for the Future
Issues of Trade and Connectivity with India have attracted renewed attention in recent times following the visit of the Honâ€™ble Prime Minister of Bangladesh to India during January 10â€ 13, 2010. The joint communiquÃ© emerging from this visit mentions deepening bilateral economic cooperation between the two countries in several areas. The task at hand now for Bangladesh is to design followâ€ up actions in line with the agreements and the understandings in the communiquÃ© in a manner that best serves Bangladeshâ€™s interests, and maximises Bangladeshâ€™s potential benefits in the identified areas of trade in goods and services, investment and connectivity.
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