Bangladesh’s BSCIC Chair Seeks Italian Investment

17 November 2021

The BSCIC chairman announced that the BSCIC had set up a long-term plan to achieve the country’s developmental targets by 2041. The government has plans to build up 100 economic zones on 40,000 acres of land and has urged Italian investors to invest in the country. He also pushed for financial support from investors to set up a waste treatment plant to produce fertiliser and energy power from the leather industry wastes.  Enrico Nunziata said that the Italian investors were also interested in investing in the green power energy of Bangladesh.

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