Contract signed to export 15,500 manpower to Libya


Bangladeshi business team in Libya received orders of readymade garments, leather goods and medicine worth $ 5.5 million.

The team also signed contract with Libyan authority for exporting 15,500 skilled and semi-skilled manpower within next three months.

A ten-member high profile business team visited Libya from April 8 to 16 for getting manpower, garment and medicine export orders.

Dhaka International Exhibition Company Limited (DIEC) CEO and Global Economist Forum President Enayet Karim led the team.

During their weeklong visit, the team met leaders of Tripoli Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Libya Federation of Chamber of Commerce and Industry. DIEC organised the business tour, said a press release.

Libyan businessmen said that their government would make its policy liberal to open the market in September next on the occasion of 40th founding anniversary of the Islamic socialism in the country. Then ample of opportunity would be created for Bangladesh. They also suggested Bangladesh to take initiative without spending any more time.

Source: The Daily Financial Express, 20 April 2009
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