A high-powered Indone-sian delegation comprising government officials and businessmen will arrive in Bangladesh this week, seeking to expand bilateral trade and investment between the two countries.
Led by Deputy Trade Minister of Indonesia Ms Arlinda, the delegation is scheduled to arrive in Dhaka on April 25.
During their stay, the first-ever 'Indonesia Fair-2018' will begin at Le Meridien hotel in the capital on April 26.
The trade ministry of Indonesia, Indonesian embassy in Dhaka and the Indonesia-Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce and Industry (IBCCI) have organised the three-day fair.
A business forum and business match meeting will be held on the opening day of the fair.
Some 50 Indonesian companies will display 'Made in Indonesia' consumer and fashion products and industrial equipment.
Indonesia is an attractive tourist destination for millions of visitors across the globe. It is the 15th largest world economy.
Indonesia, a country of thousands of islands with a population of over 260 million, could be an impressive market for Bangladeshi products.
Any Bangladeshi national could visit Indonesia up to 30 days upon getting on-arrival/port-entry visa.
During Indonesian President Joko Widodo's visit to Dhaka in January 2018, the two countries signed five memorandums of understanding (MoUs).
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