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CCCI accords reception to its director
Our Correspondent
9/22/2005
 

          CHITTAGONG, Sept 21: The Chittagong Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCCI) has recently arranged a reception in honour of its director Amirul Hoque on his being elected a member of the Federation of Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FBCCI).
Speaking on the occasion CCCI president Saifuzzaman Chowdhury said the CCCI feels proud that its representatives have played a pioneering role in FBCCI, the apex trade body of the country, since its inception. He also called upon the newly elected FBCCI director to become more active in resolving the business communities' problems, especially those of Chittagong.
CCCI vice president MA Latif expressed his optimism that Amirul Hoque, with his vast knowledge would be able to contribute to the FBCCI with utmost efficiency and dynamism.
Amirul Hoque, in his speech, expressed gratitude to the CCCI authorities for nominating him in FBCCI as director.
The function was also addressed, among others, by the CCCI directors Ershad Ullah, Kamal Mostafa Chowdhury, Nurun Newaz Salim, Anowar Showkat Afsar, Md Mohsin, SM Nuruddin and Nasiruddin Chowdhury.

 

 
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