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DITF to publicize products for domestic and intl cos
12
Jan '08
The Dhaka International Trade Fair (DITF) that commenced from January 1 and will run till the 31st of this month, is creating suspicion for the participating companies.

There is a word in the air that high prices of the products due to higher cost of raw materials may lead to a decline in the sale of the expo this year. High price of locally produced material and the increasing cost of transportation have been the major reasons behind the hike in price.

However, companies are optimistic about the fact that the prices will not go beyond the purchasing power of the consumers.

Visitors, on the other hand, are of the opinion that prices of nearly all the products sold at the exhibition is much higher compared to the one available outside the fair. Nonetheless, participants will be satisfied even if their products get the desired publicity and positive response.

The organizers' view is equally pragmatic and believe that the companies are likely to gain Tk50 crore spot orders while Tk 500 crore will be generated in the period followed subsequently.

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