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Japanese co keen to invest in country's jute, textile, real estate, power sectors
FE Report
5/1/2006
 

          A five-member delegation of Japan's Nippon Insurance Company Ltd is now visiting the country to explore investment opportunities in the prospective sectors like jute, textile, insurance, real estate, power generation etc.
Led by company's Chief Executive Officer Inami Tomohide, the delegation also includes Watanabe Tatsuo, Watanabe Atsubo, Hwang Syh Lin and Tsai Wen Change.
The Japanese team will visit some of the business conglomerates of Bangladesh like Monem Group, One Group, City Bank etc to discuss bilateral investment issues with their executives. They will also discuss import of skilled manpower and jute industry raw materials to Japan with their Bangladeshi counterparts.
They are also scheduled to have a meeting with Jute and Textile Minister Shajahan Siraj.
The team is visiting the country at the invitation of Japan-Bangladesh Group.

 

 
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