FBCCI and a2i program sign a MoU to reduce business cost

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The Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FBCCI) and the Access to Information (a2i) program of the Prime Minister’s Office have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for three years on 12 November in the capital to reduce the cost of doing business and to explore the opportunities and capacity development of various stakeholders.

Figure: Mr. Hussain Jamil, Secretary General (In-Charge) of FBCCI and Mr. Kabir Bin Anwar, Director General of PMO signed the memorandum on behalf of their respective organization.
Figure: Mr. Hussain Jamil, Secretary General (In-Charge) of FBCCI and Mr. Kabir Bin Anwar, Director General of PMO signed the memorandum on behalf of their respective organization.

Under the memorandum, both a2i program and the FBCCI will develop an ICT based platform to improve the situation for business entities including MSMEs and large investors. It will also develop a business portal for ensuring accessibility to information and services required by business entities. The memorandum will also focus on enhancement of capacity of the existing digital center throughout the country and also will create skilled human resources for decent employment.

Addressing the occasion Sheikh Fazle Fahim, Acting President of FBCCI said, “Under this memorandum, FBCCI and the a2i program will work together for the next three years. Business community will be provided necessary information and support from this program”.

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