GUWAHATI, Oct 22 - A Business-to-Business (B2B) Session was held on five sectors � infrastructure; mines and minerals; tea and spices; agro and food processing; and petroleum during the India Bangladesh Stakeholders� Meet, which began today. Forty entrepreneurs from India and 32 from Bangladesh took part in the discussion.
In the tea and spices sector, ABAD Agroproducers Co Ltd from Udalguri expressed intent to export their organic agro produces to Bangladesh. They had a fruitful interaction with Amirul Islam Chowdhury, Vice President, Chittagong Chambers of Commerce in this regard.
Arun Kr Pareek, MK Enterprise, an exporter of limestone, boulders and stone chips, interacted with Md Al Amin from Dhaka Chambers of Commerce and Industry. Both the parties stressed on accessibility through river routes from Pancharatna for their trade.
Ratul Bordoloi, MD, Assam Petro Chemicals Limited, Namrup discussed the prospects of exporting methanol to Bangladesh and its counterparts reciprocated positively. Sanjib Saikia, MD, Eses Biowealth Pvt Ltd discussed on bamboo fibre product counterparts from Bangladesh. The latter also expressed desire to have a joint venture in this sector.
Amit Agarwala, Dhula Rice Mill Pvt Ltd, an exporter of plain rice to Egypt from Mangoldoi, also intended to export parboiled rice to Bangladesh for which they had a discussion with Md Al Amin of Dhaka Chambers of Commerce and Industry.