"China would provide technical support to improve standard of local jute mills and we have signed an MOD to this end,” said Mirza Azam, Bangladeshi state minister for textile and jute at the signing ceremony in Dhaka.
Bangladesh also aims to improve friendly ties between the two countries with the signing of the MOD, according to Bangladeshi media reports. The country is keen to expand trade with China in the textile and jute sector. (KD)
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