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Trade fair 2024: Vendors hope for brisk business on weekend

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DE News Desk
The 28th edition of the trade fair at the Bangabandhu Bangladesh-China Friendship Exhibition Centre in Purbachal is going on in full swing.
The 28th edition of the trade fair at the Bangabandhu Bangladesh-China Friendship Exhibition Centre in Purbachal is going on in full swing.
Participants at the fair said they hope the sales would rise gradually in the coming days.
The fair opens at 10am and closes at 9pm on weekdays. On weekends, visitors can stay until 10pm.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina opened the month-long Dhaka International Trade Fair (DITF) on January 21.
While opening the fair, the premier declared the handicrafts the product of the year for 2024 as they will contribute a lot to women’s empowerment, employment and self-reliance.
DITF is organised jointly by the Ministry of Commerce and the Export Promotion Bureau (EPB). This time adults will have to pay Tk 50 and children Tk 30 as entry fees.
Local textiles, machineries, carpets, cosmetics, electrical and electronics, jute and jute products, household goods, leather goods including leather and shoes, sports goods, sanitary ware, toys, stationery, crockery, plastic, melamine polymer, herbal and toiletries, imitation jewellery, processed food, fast food, handicrafts, home decor, furniture and other products will be displayed and sold at the fair.
Companies from Turkey, India, Pakistan, Singapore, Hong Kong and Iran are taking part in the fair this year. There are 351 stalls, including 16-18 pavilions, for the foreign companies.
Buses will be available from Farmgate to connect with Metrorail and Elevate Expressway to facilitate travel to the fair.

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