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BCA & ICAL to organise Bangladesh-India Cotton Fest
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Feb '16
Bangladesh Cotton Association (BCA) and Indian Cotton Association Limited (ICAL) are jointly organising for the first time Bangladesh India Cotton Fest 2016. The event will be held on 5th March in Dhaka, according to the event's website.

The highly valued event aims to promote and protect the interest of cotton agents, traders, growers, ginners, etc. Trade bodies like federation of Bangladesh chambers of commerce and industry (FBCCI) and India-Bangladesh chamber of commerce and industry (IBCCI) would be supporting the event.

The fest would be providing an opportunity to arrange meetings between buyers and sellers. It would also play the role of a 'network' channel for the buyers, sellers, controllers and agents. Both the countries would be benefitted by supplying and sourcing cotton as per their requirement.

The organisers firmly believe that the fest would bring a new horizon to all the cotton related individuals and entities in Bangladesh and India and would create more windows and opportunities for them to improve their supply chain with trust and reliability.

The fest would be attended by specialists in cotton trading system, business entrepreneurs, government officials, researchers and academia of both the countries. (NA)

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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