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Dhaka International Trade Fair 2014 Begins

Dhaka International Trade Fair 2014 began on Saturday 11 January, 2014. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina inaugurated the 19th trade fair at a program in the Bangabandhu International Conference Centre in the capital.

In this trade fair Bangladesh will display quality exportable products to visitors from both home and abroad.

The export Promotion Bureau and Ministry of Commerce arrange the month long fair which traditionally begins on the first day of January. But due to the current political turmoil this year the fair was postponed for ten days. The DITF ( Dhaka International Trade Fair) will run until February 10 at the West side of Bangabandhu International Conference Centre at Sher-e-Bangla Nagar.

Besides, the Bangladeshi Business 12 countries from 3 continents- India, Pakistan, China, Iran, Hong Kong,  Malaysia, South Korea, Thailand, Singapore, Turkey, USA and UK are also taking part in this fair.

Strict security measures as well as proper safety measures for fire break out's have been ensured. There will be a total of 471 stalls in the fair this year. However, the number of stall was 506 in the last year.

The fair will remain open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. everyday. The ticket prices are BDT 30 for adults and BDT 20 for children.



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