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B'desh evinces interest to step up trade with NE States

By The Assam Tribune
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GUWAHATI, Feb 5 (PTI) - A high-powered Bangladesh delegation led by its Commerce Minister Mohammad Faruk Khan today evinced keen interest to step up trade with the North Eastern states through trade centres on the Indo-Bangla border and river ports.

Khan, who called on Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi said the volume of trade can be increased to a great extent, particularly through the river ports, which were the cheapest mode of communication for the benefit both countries.

He urged the chief minister to take up the issue with the Centre to remove the impediments in the way and apprised him of the steps initiated by Bangladesh government.

The steps were strengthening infrastructure in terms of road and ports that could be put to good use by the N E states which share borders with his country.

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GUWAHATI, Feb 5 (PTI) - A high-powered Bangladesh delegation led by its Commerce Minister Mohammad Faruk Khan today evinced keen interest to step up trade with the North Eastern states through trade centres on the Indo-Bangla border and river ports.

Khan, who called on Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi said the volume of trade can be increased to a great extent, particularly through the river ports, which were the cheapest mode of communication for the benefit both countries.

He urged the chief minister to take up the issue with the Centre to remove the impediments in the way and apprised him of the steps initiated by Bangladesh government.

The steps were strengthening infrastructure in terms of road and ports that could be put to good use by the N E states which share borders with his country.

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