A delegation from the United States, members of the US-Bangladesh Business Council, is visiting Bangladesh till May 11 to explore economic opportunities between the two countries.
Over 25 executives from across sectors like digital, energy, financial services, insurance, and agriculture are part of the executive business delegation.
The delegation of global business leaders is scheduled to meet Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen at Foreign Service Academy Monday afternoon.
US Ambassador to Bangladesh Peter Haas had a brief interaction with it Sunday.
Senior officers of the US Embassy in Dhaka and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Bangladesh shared their briefing on high-level opportunities for stronger Bangladesh-US economic and commercial ties.
The purpose of the Council's first trade mission to Bangladesh is to renew old friendships and explore opportunities for new partnerships, said Jay R Pryor, vice-president (business development), Chevron.
Pryor, also inaugural board chair of the US-Bangladesh Business Council, said the US companies want to contribute to Bangladesh's impressive economic development.