A business delegation of Dhaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI), led by its President Rizwan Rahman, will leave for Kolkata, the capital of India's West Bengal state, on Wednesday to explore further trade and investment scopes with the neighbouring country.
The purpose of the visit of the 49-member delegation is to steer the existing friendly economic relations and explore potential business and investment cooperation and opportunities with the Indian state in various wide-ranging avenues, a press release said on Tuesday.
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During the visit, the delegation will join for several interactive business meetings with the Indian Chamber of Commerce (ICC), Calcutta Chamber of Commerce, Bengal Chamber of Commerce, Bengal Business Council (BBC) and West Bengal Industrial Infrastructure Development Corporation (WBIIDC) followed by a one-to-one B2B matchmaking session.
The delegation will also visit a few industrial parks of West Bengal.
It will also meet the minister for industry, commerce and enterprises, minister for finance, agriculture and cooperatives of the West Bengal state government.
The delegation will return Dhaka on May 28.