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Prime Bank opens ‘Japan Desk’ for all Japanese business

03 October 2022

Business Desk  :
Prime Bank has officially launched 'Japan Desk' with the objective of facilitating Cross-Border Business Initiatives & investments between Japan and Bangladesh.
Naoki Ito, Ambassador of Japan to Bangladesh, attended the launching event as chief guest. Tanjil Chowdhury, Chairman of Prime Bank Limited, hands over a crest to the ambassador at a function held in the capital recently. Hassan O. Rashid, Managing Director & CEO of the bank, dignitaries from the diplomatic core and business communities of both Japan and Bangladesh were present at the event, said a press release.
'Prime Bank has taken this initiative of collaboration and mutual benefits by launching Japan Desk. As many Japanese companies are interested in establishing business in Bangladesh, the facilities by Prime Bank Japan Desk will support the growth of bilateral trade', said Naoki Ito in his speech at the launching. Hassan O. Rashid, Managing Director and CEO of Prime Bank, mentioned 'Japanese investments in public and private sector has played an important role in the economic and social development of Bangladesh.

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