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Welcome To FICCI!

The Foreign Investors’ Chamber of Commerce & Industry (FICCI) was established on the 1st of July 1963 in the port city of Chittagong under the name and style of the “Agrabad Chamber of Commerce & Industry” (‘Agrabad’ being the name of the commercial hub of the city) with the initiative of the foreign companies located in and around Chittagong. It may be mentioned here that, at that point of time, most of the foreign companies, mainly British, had their establishments located in that region of the country.


Mr. Shehzad Munim


Mr. Francois de Maricourt

Vice President


Import Growth 6.0 Percent in July-May of FY ’19

Country's imports grew by nearly 6.0 per cent in the first 11 months of fiscal year (FY) 2018-19, riding on higher construction material imports, officials said. The actual import in terms of the settlement of letters of credit (LCs) rose to $50.57 billion during the...

Robust Financial Sector Can Be Fourth Driver of Bangladesh Economy: Asian Development Bank

Bangladesh needs to be serious to get the fourth pillar for its growing economy giving much importance to financial sector development to successfully make the country one of the top 20 economies of the world, says Asian Development Bank (ADB). "Financial sector...

Burgeoning Economy Lures Korean Investors

In a heartening development, more and more South Korean companies are coming to Bangladesh with investment plans, attracted by the country’s tremendous growth momentum. “This is a positive development for Bangladesh as there would be technology transfer,” said...

Double Digit Export Growth in FY2019

The country’s merchandise export earnings grew by 10.55 percent year-on-year to $40.53 billion in the immediate past fiscal year riding on a high volume of garment shipment in a favourable external business environment. The earnings were 3.94 percent higher than the...

FY 2019 Exports Rise By 10.55pc, Hit $40.53b

The country's export earnings reached an all-time high of US$ 40.53 billion in the just concluded fiscal year (FY), 2018-19, registering a 10.55 per cent growth over that of the previous fiscal, according to official data. Bangladesh fetched $ 36.66 billion in FY...

Remittance Hits All-Time High

Remittance hit an all-time high of $16.40 billion in the just concluded fiscal year, lending some breathing space to the central bank as it continues to sell US dollars to maintain the exchange rate. The inflows were 9.47 percent higher than in fiscal 2017-18,...