Bangladesh acts as the fundamental channel between the promising and growing markets of South Asia, South East Asia, and ASEAN countries. This region had caught the attention of the world of investments with its projected theory of “Bay of Bengal Growth Triangle” and extended ports below:
- Extended southeastern section through Yangon, to Penang, to Thailand
- Third section to Colombo
- Chittagong port extending to Colombo, Madras, and southwest to Calcutta
With above extended ports, Bangladesh is a potential entry to the investment world. The country is set to become a local hub in Asia where activities (related to trading & services, manufacturing, and assembling) would develop into profitable fields in the coming years. The geopolitical and economical location of the country proves its history of being a realm of suppliers, traders, and seafarers.