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Bangladesh may get 95% duty-free access to china

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Date: 30-09-2013
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Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi ensures this in a meeting with PMr Sheikh Hasina at UN Headquarters
China will increase the duty-free access of Bangladeshi products to its market up to 95% to boost the trade relations between the two countries and to support Bangladesh in bringing down its trade deficit with the trading partner.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said this when he met Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at the Conference Building of the UN Headquarters in New York on Tuesday, says a UNB report Wednesday.
Hasina is now in New York on an eight-day official visit to attend the 68th Session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA).
PM’s Deputy Press Secretary Bijan Lal Dev briefed reporters after the meeting.
Extending her thanks to the Chinese government for raising the duty-frees access of Bangladeshi products, the Prime Minister said that Bangladesh always values the friendship and cooperation with the neighbouring countries, especially with China, as it is a big economic power.
Hasina said that both Bangladesh and China could work together for the development of the people of the region. She also noted that the party-to-party relationship between the two countries is also good.
Recalling that Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman had taken significant steps to strengthen the bilateral relationships between China and Bangladesh, Wang Yi said that Sheikh Hasina has been continuing her efforts to strengthen the relationships in the same way.
He also apprised the Prime Minister that China would discuss with the concerned authorities from India, Myanmar and Bangladesh next month to move ahead with a project relating to economic corridor.
The Chinese Foreign Minister also praised the active role Bangladesh has been playing in various levels within regional and international forums.
Foreign Minister Dr Dipu Moni, Ambassador-at-Large M Ziauddin, PM’s Media Adviser Iqbal Sobhan Chowdhury and Bangladesh Permanent Representative to the UN AK Abdul Momen were present.
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