BANGLADESH: Japanese Group Plans Bamboo Textile Factories
A six-member delegation of Japanese investors has made the preliminary decision to establish Bangladeshi textile and cotton factories that will make cloth and yarn using bamboo.
The group held a meeting on the issue with Textiles and Jute Minister Shajahan Siraj on Wednesday.
Siraj and the delegation will tomorrow visit Bogra and Rangpur to select sites for the production plants and to view the amounts of available raw materials in the surrounding areas.
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