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Cuba Interested in Strengthening Bilateral Trade with Bangladesh

Economic Tag: Trade

Cuba has shown keen interest in enhancing bilateral trade with Bangladesh, building on the existing political relations between the two nations. The Cuban Deputy Minister for Foreign Trade and Investment has requested Bangladesh to send a high-powered trade delegation to initiate this process. With major economic reforms underway in Cuba, including allowing private businesses to operate in most sectors, there are new opportunities for Bangladeshi businesses to explore. The Bangladesh ambassador visited prominent Cuban enterprises during his visit, where the companies expressed their interest in importing Bangladeshi garments, leather products, and jute fibers. The chambers of commerce from both countries have agreed to commence discussions through virtual platforms, paving the way for future trade collaborations.

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