Mexico, one of the major suppliers of the global automobile market, has shown interest to share its experience and transfer technology to help build the capacity of Bangladesh in automobile manufacturing.
Mexican Ambassador to India Federico Salas Lotfe had a courtesy meeting with Mostofa Azad Chowdhury Babu, senior vice-president of the Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FBCCI), Monday in the capital.
The Mexican ambassador said: "By exploring and diversifying trade, both sides would be benefited. I think the automobile, pharmaceutical, chemical, and fintech sector has huge potential."
Also, Federico urged Bangladeshi entrepreneurs to set up businesses in Mexico.
Mostofa Azad Chowdhury Babu, senior vice-president of FBCCI, informed the envoy about the Bangladesh Business Summit which will be held in March this year.
The senior vice-president said, "Several plenary sessions will be held during the three-day Business Summit; trade and investment potential in Bangladesh will be discussed. CEOs from international companies, business leaders, analysts, and top officials of different countries and organisations will join the event."
He called for the active participation of Mexican officials and the business community at the event.
The senior vice-president also said the FBCCI will provide all kinds of support to Mexican businessmen to expand trade and investment in Bangladesh.