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Bangladesh now investment-friendly country: Anisul

Bangladesh Beyond
  • Updated on Monday, November 29, 2021
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Bangladesh now investment-friendly country: Anisul


DHAKA, Nov 29, 2021 (BSS) –

Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs 
Minister Anisul Huq today said Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has built many 
infrastructures in Bangladesh to ensure an investment-friendly environment in 
the country.

     “She has also created a good legal framework, so that the foreign 
investors can get excellent protection. So Bangladesh is now a very good 
investment-friendly country,” the minister said.

     Law Minister Anisul Huq came up with the observations while addressing a 
session titled “Legal Infrastructure” of International Investment Summit 2021 
at Radisson Blu Water Garden Hotel, Dhaka. 

     Organized by Bangladesh Investment Development Authority (BIDA), the 
session was conducted by Policy Exchange Chairman Mashrur Riyaj. 

     The session was also addressed by Legislative and Parliamentary Affairs 
Division Secretary Md Moinul Kabir, Senior Secretary Mohammad Shahidul Haque, 
Prof Dr Rumana Islam, Barrister Nihad Kabir and Barrister Tanjib Ul Alam. 

     The law minister in his speech said from a country of fragile economy, 
Bangladesh has turned into a middle income country after 50 years of its 
independence and this is a huge achievement for the development of 

     “Even during the recent Covid-19 outbreak, our GDP growth rate was good 
compared to our neighbours. This was possible due to the time-befitting and 
realistic policy of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. If Bangladesh can maintain 
this success rate, it will become a high middle-income country by 2031 and a 
developed country by 2041,” he added.


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