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B'desh seeks duty, quota-free entry of its products into China

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President Abdul Hamid has sought duty-free and quota-free entry of all Bangladeshi products into the Chinese market to address the current trade imbalance.

"We would request you to allow all Bangladeshi products duty-free and quota-free entry into the Chinese market to address the current trade imbalance," the Daily Star quoted the President as saying during his meeting with visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping.

During the meeting, Xi said that would continue its cooperation as a development partner for the socio-economic development of Bangladesh.

"would consider with due importance increasing export to China," said the Chinese president.

Hamid said that is Bangladesh's largest trading partner and bilateral trade between the two countries has been growing steadily and that the two sides have enjoyed excellent bilateral relations and traditional, time-tested friendship and cooperation.

"As you have your 'Chinese dream', we also have 'Vision 2021' to become a middle-income country by 2021 and 'Vision 2041' to become a developed country by 2041. We consider as a trusted partner in this pursuit," he added.

"We have always supported China's core issues of national interest, particularly its 'One Policy'," the President said.

He also said that highly values the Chinese cooperation in the areas of infrastructure development, trade, investment, agriculture, energy and power, ICT and telecommunications which has made positive impacts on our socioeconomic progress.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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B'desh seeks duty, quota-free entry of its products into China

Bangladesh President Abdul Hamid has sought duty-free and quota-free entry of all Bangladeshi products into the Chinese market to address the current trade imbalance."We would request you to allow all Bangladeshi products duty-free and quota-free entry into the Chinese market to address the current trade imbalance," the Daily Star quoted the President as saying during his meeting with visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping.During the meeting, Xi said that China would continue its cooperation as a development partner for the socio-economic development of Bangladesh."China would consider with due importance increasing Bangladesh export to China," said the Chinese president.Hamid said that China is Bangladesh's largest trading partner and bilateral trade between the two countries has been growing steadily and that the two sides have enjoyed excellent bilateral relations and traditional, time-tested friendship and cooperation."As you have your 'Chinese dream', we also have 'Vision 2021' to ...

President Abdul Hamid has sought duty-free and quota-free entry of all Bangladeshi products into the Chinese market to address the current trade imbalance.

"We would request you to allow all Bangladeshi products duty-free and quota-free entry into the Chinese market to address the current trade imbalance," the Daily Star quoted the President as saying during his meeting with visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping.

During the meeting, Xi said that would continue its cooperation as a development partner for the socio-economic development of Bangladesh.

"would consider with due importance increasing export to China," said the Chinese president.

Hamid said that is Bangladesh's largest trading partner and bilateral trade between the two countries has been growing steadily and that the two sides have enjoyed excellent bilateral relations and traditional, time-tested friendship and cooperation.

"As you have your 'Chinese dream', we also have 'Vision 2021' to become a middle-income country by 2021 and 'Vision 2041' to become a developed country by 2041. We consider as a trusted partner in this pursuit," he added.

"We have always supported China's core issues of national interest, particularly its 'One Policy'," the President said.

He also said that highly values the Chinese cooperation in the areas of infrastructure development, trade, investment, agriculture, energy and power, ICT and telecommunications which has made positive impacts on our socioeconomic progress.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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B'desh seeks duty, quota-free entry of its products into China

President Abdul Hamid has sought duty-free and quota-free entry of all Bangladeshi products into the Chinese market to address the current trade imbalance.

"We would request you to allow all Bangladeshi products duty-free and quota-free entry into the Chinese market to address the current trade imbalance," the Daily Star quoted the President as saying during his meeting with visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping.

During the meeting, Xi said that would continue its cooperation as a development partner for the socio-economic development of Bangladesh.

"would consider with due importance increasing export to China," said the Chinese president.

Hamid said that is Bangladesh's largest trading partner and bilateral trade between the two countries has been growing steadily and that the two sides have enjoyed excellent bilateral relations and traditional, time-tested friendship and cooperation.

"As you have your 'Chinese dream', we also have 'Vision 2021' to become a middle-income country by 2021 and 'Vision 2041' to become a developed country by 2041. We consider as a trusted partner in this pursuit," he added.

"We have always supported China's core issues of national interest, particularly its 'One Policy'," the President said.

He also said that highly values the Chinese cooperation in the areas of infrastructure development, trade, investment, agriculture, energy and power, ICT and telecommunications which has made positive impacts on our socioeconomic progress.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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