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Dhaka, Sept 6: A delegation of Japan said that many Japanese companies are interested in investing in Bangladesh. In response, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said, if Japan wants, they will be allotted more space in the Bangladesh Export Processing Zone (EPZ) for setting up industries.
Dhaka, Sept 1: There is some dissatisfaction with the business environment among Japanese companies doing business in Bangladesh. Still they are interested in expanding business in Bangladesh. About 72 percent of Japanese companies feel that the business environment in Bangladesh is somewhat uncomfortable. But the cost of doing business here is very low. About 26.2 percent of Japanese companies are completely dissatisfied with the business environment in Bangladesh. About 45 percent of companies are somewhat dissatisfied.
Dhaka, February 18: About 71.6 percent of Japanese companies doing business in Bangladesh want to expand their business.
Dhaka, February 10: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina appealed to Japanese investors for bigger investment in various sectors of Bangladesh.
Dhaka, December 12: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina urged Japanese businessmen to invest heavily in Bangladesh.