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‘Indo-Bangla trade tie to help Bangladesh in middle-income goal’

  • Published at 12:36 am November 6th, 2016
  • Last updated at 12:37 am November 6th, 2016
‘Indo-Bangla trade tie to help Bangladesh in middle-income goal’
“Bangladesh will benefit from boosting trade ties with India in its efforts to become a middle-income country by 2021,” he said at a function in Dhaka yesterday. He said: “Bangladesh will set a great example of success in bilateral trade with India through joint-venture investment. Such initiative will play an important role to the country’s economic development.” Biren Sikder attended the launching of the “Architect of Floor Coating,” a product for floor coating. The Blazer BD Limited and Indian Cipy Polyurethane Pvt Ltd jointly launched the product in Bangladesh. Biren Sikder said: “Bangladesh is marching towards development with a 7.1% GDP to attain the dream of golden Bangladesh under the leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.” Kazi Rajib Uddin Ahmed Chapol, managing director of the Blazer BD Limited, said the Blazer BD believes in quality and durability and its focus is on sustainability to satisfy consumers with the state-of-the-art design.” He said the company manufactures coating products “following international standards and market to the clients to dream their design.” He said the coating is used for retail stores, warehouses and industrial floors, schools, pharmaceuticals and laboratories, showrooms, super market, shopping malls. According to the company, the coating is “easy to apply, high compressive strength, durable glossy finish, free from bad smell, superior chemical resistance, superior wear resistance, highly flexible, long-lasting and hygienic.” Subash Cipy, managing director of Cipy, said: “Cipy had the vision to be pioneer in the chemistry of urethanes, eposies, polyureas and hybrid polymers that led to the advent of polymeric coatings, adhesives, sealants.”