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BJMC inks deal to export jute to Australia

Published on: 8:35 pm - Thursday | January 5, 2017
Dhaka: Bangladesh has signed a deal with an Australian company to export jute worth Tk 454 crore.
The agreement was signed between Bangladesh Jute Mills Corporation (BJMC) and Golden Fiber Australia Private Limited (GFAPL) at the Textile and Jute Ministry conference room on Thursday, reports BSS.
BJMC Secretary Mohammad Saleh Uddin signed the agreement on behalf of the BJMC and Managing Partner Sakib Ahmed Khandoker on behalf of the Australian company, said a ministry release here today.
Under the agreement, BJMC will export jute goods like sacks, hessian, jute CBC, jute mess and binola, a kind jute sacks, in next two years, said BJMC secretary Mohammad Saleh Uddin.
The agreement will be renewed after every two years, he added.
Ministry and BJMC high officials including Textile and Jute Secretary Shubhashish Bose and BJMC Chairman Dr Mahmudul Hasan, among others, were present on the occasion.


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