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SCB, GCNB, MACN organize conference on mitigating corruption in maritime sector

They drew the attention of the government through the state minister to remove corruption in the shipping sector and other sectors to meet the economic challenges of the current world

Update : 13 Sep 2022, 08:10 PM

Shippers’ Council of Bangladesh (SCB), UN Global Compact Network (GCNB) and Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) jointly organized the conference on “Mitigating Corruption for Economic Growth in the Maritime Sector” at the conference room of SCB’s own office in Dhanmondi on Tuesday. 

Presided over by SCB Chairman Md Rezaul Karim, the event was attended by State Minister of Shipping Khalid Mahmud Chowdhury as the chief guest, reads a press release.

Executive Director of GCNB Shahamin S Zaman gave an opening speech on the subject. Project Manager of Maritime Anti-Corruption Network & former DG of Shipping Commodore Syed Ariful Islam and Director of Shippers Council Syed Md Bakhtiar presented two related papers in the seminar. 

They drew the attention of the government through the state minister to remove corruption in the shipping sector and other sectors to meet the economic challenges of the current world.

The state minister, in his speech, highlighted the success of the present government and said that the government is very aware of this and has already taken necessary steps to follow the policy of zero tolerance against corruption and for this purpose, the work of development, modernization and technology reliance of the shipping sector undertaken by the government is progressing.

On behalf of the board of directors, Senior Vice Chairman Md Ariful Ahsan, Vice Chairman AKM Aminul Mannan (Khokon) and Directors Md Nurussafa Babu, Ziaul Islam, Ataur Rahman Khan and other guests were present.


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