In the garment and apparel sectors of Bangladesh and India, the Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industries (FBCCI) and the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) are dedicated to building synergies. The promise was made at the “India-Bangladesh Virtual Conference for Garment and Clothes Industry,” a virtual conference.
Golam Dastagir Gazi, Minister of Textiles and Jute said, “Bangladesh has become India’s largest ally and the nation will make use of trade facilities by enhancing policy and infrastructure under today’s administration. It can work with the spinning, weaving, dyeing industries, which adapt and develop to meet the evolving needs of consumers
India’s Minister of Textiles Smriti Zubin Irani said India would collaborate with her counterparts in Bangladesh with the Infrastructure Minister and other related stakeholders to promote a shortened lead time between the two countries’ trade. In addition, any current issues that its predecessors have highlighted across this forum, in our future engagements will be identified and addressed. It also highlighted the technical textiles and jute diversified provisions of the Indian government, seeking the expert assistance of its counterpart in Bangladesh in this regard.