Iranian Businessmen Want to Invest in Bangladesh


A 15-member Iranian business delegation met DCCI President Hossain Khaled and members of the Board of Directors of DCCI on 4 February 2016. An interactive B2B meeting was also held at that time. Advisor to the Minister of Industry, Mine and Trade Mohammad Reza Mowdoody led the Iranian delegation. Ambassador of Iran in Bangladesh Dr. Abbas Vaezi was also present during the meeting.

During the business to business talk DCCI President Hossain Khaled invited Iran’s businessmen to invest in Bangladesh. He requested Iranian businessmen to invest in RMG, textile, ship building, tourism, power and energy, railway, cement sector in Bangladesh. Hossain Khaled emphasized direct banking and technology transfer with Iran.

Mohammad Reza Mowdoody said that Bangladesh is a country of huge investment potentials. He stressed on exchanging trade delegation between Bangladesh and Iran. He also urged for establishing Iran-Bangladesh joint Chamber to boost bilateral trade. He said that business community of both the countries should expedite business to increase volume of bilateral trade between Bangladesh and iran.

Iranian businessmen showed interest to invest in cement, clinker, railway transportation, polymer, leather, shoes, chemical.

DCCI’s Senior Vice President Humayun Rashid, Vice President K. Atique-e-Rabbani, Directors AKD Khair Mohammad Khan, S Rumi Saifullah, Khondokar Abdul Muktadir, Salim Akter Khan, Riyadh Hossain, former vice president M Abu Hurairah and Hossain A Sikder were also present and took part in the b2b session.


Source:  DCCI