Nepal-Bangladesh fourth trade talks begins in Kathmandu
KATHMANDU: The fourth Nepal-Bangladesh commerce ministers level meeting stated to hold discussion on the enhancement and facilitation of bilateral trade has begun in the Capital today.
During the bilateral meeting, the 15-member Nepali side is headed by Secretary at Ministry of Commerce and Supply Lalmani Joshi while 8-member Bengali team is under the leadership of Commerce Secretary Mohammad Gulam.
The meeting will discuss on the ways to allow entry of some products in the both the country’s markets without any tariff and to remove difficulties emerged along the Panityanki-Kakadbhitta and Fulbari-Banglabandh route, said Secretary Joshi.
Likewise, the meeting will also hold discussion on the use of Rohanpur-Singhabad road section.
Though Bangladesh has provided Chatgaun-Modla dry port to Nepal for international trade, its use is still a far cry. RSS
Published Date: Sunday, July 29th, 2012 | 01:16 AM