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Bangladesh–Kazakhstan relations


Bangladesh–Kazakhstan relations

Bangladesh-Kazakhstan relations



Bangladesh–Kazakhstan relations refer to the bilateral relations between Dhaka.[2]

High level visits

Former foreign minister of Bangladesh Dipu Moni paid a visit to Astana in 2012.[3]

Economic cooperation

Both Bangladesh and Kazakhstan are keen to expand the bilateral trade and have been undertaking various measures in this regard.[4][5] Bangladeshi products including jute, jute goods, tea, medicine and garments have been identified as products with high potential in Kazakhstani market.[1] In 2008, the two countries formed joint economic commission to increase the economic activities between the two countries.[6] In 2012, Bangladesh was granted duty-free access to Kazakhstan's market.[7] In 2013, a high level business delegation from Bangladesh, led by former commerce secretary Mahbub Ahmed, paid a visit to Kazakhstan to explore ways for increasing bilateral trade.[8]


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