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Commerce Ministry, Assam Govt to organise stakeholders meet for greater Trade ties with Bangladesh

Eyeing greater trade ties with Bangladesh, Government of Assam along with Union Ministry of Commerce and Industry will hold Indo-Bangladesh stakeholders meet on July 19 and 20 in Guwahati.

Representatives from the Ministry of Shipping, Surface Transport, regulatory bodies like customs, port authorities and business bodies and transporters will participate to discuss the finer details and resuming the actual physical movement of goods in these routes and to highlight the administrative interventions required from both sides – India and Bangladesh.

Growth of Assam, North-East lies in re-integration with this region

Assam Industry Minister, Chandra Mohan Patwary said that it is the firm conviction of the Government, that the future growths of Assam and entire North-East lies in its re-integration with this region, as both have a large amount of commonalities in terms of the DNA, food, social and cultural fabric.

PM Modi’s vision of Act East Policy

"The geo-strategic location of North-East and Assam should be leveraged in this region to catapult India’s presence in the ASEAN and BBN regions." Patwary added.

He said that as part of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision on Act East, Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal is taking a number of path breaking initiatives to implement the Act East Policy.


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