SINGAPORE WILLING TO SET UP 2 POWER PLANTS IN BANGLADESH


SINGAPORE WILLING TO SET UP 2 POWER PLANTS IN BANGLADESH

spore_61096Singapore is willing to join hands with Bangladesh in setting up two power plants — each of having 700 megawatt capacity– through joint venture in Bangladesh.

Visiting Senior Minister of State, Ministry of Home Affairs and Ministry of Foreign Affairs Masagos Zulkifli Bin Masagos Mohamad conveyed the willingness when he met Foreign Affairs Minister AH Mahmood Ali and State Minister Shahriar Alam at the Foreign Ministry Tuesday, according to a news agency.

timthumbThe Singaporean minister, who is leading a nine-member delegation, also expressed keenness to invest in Bangladesh’s housing sector, said a Foreign Ministry media release.

He said the success of these two areas – housing and power generation – will inspire more Singaporean investors to come here and invest in other prospective areas.

Earlier, outgoing French Ambassador Michel Trinquier met Foreign Minister A H Mahmood Ali at his office.

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NOVEMBER 10, 2014

the-financial-express

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One Response to SINGAPORE WILLING TO SET UP 2 POWER PLANTS IN BANGLADESH

  1. Enayet Mowla says:

    We must take lessons from Singapore too. A small island is offering us two power plants. I think we should try to import the right kind of mentality from somewhere so that we can produce what is needed locally and make or erect those using our own men.

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