Japan Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JBCCI)
An Association to dvelop business between Bangladesh and Japan
Who we are
JBCCI was formed when we were feeling the extreme need of starting a new trade regime with stronger mutual presence in each other’s market. A well – timed address by H.E. Mr. Matsushiro Horiguchi, Hon’ble Ambassador of Japan in Bangladesh at the National Press Club in Dhaka expressed deep sense of commitment of Japan for peace, prosperity and development of our country as a nation-state. It was possible to form JBCCI with the direct support and co-operation of JETRO (Japan External Trade Organization), which is operating for trade and investment promotion in Bangladesh as Japan Government’s agency for the last 35 years. The leadership of former Presidents Mr. Matiur Rahman and Mr. Hideo Ueno has enriched JBCCI stepping forward from its inception. .
What we do
To follow up the reports of the “Bangladesh-Japan Joint Committee for Commercial and Economic Cooperation” and to help in early implementation of its recommendations.To cooperate with appropriate organizations for promoting cultural exchange and friendship between Japan and Bangladesh.To collect market/economic information of Bangladesh and provide it to the Japanese people when required.To maintain liaison with the MEDIA and encourage wide coverage of JBCCI activities.To look into the difficulties/obstacles members are facing with import/export, duty structures, transportation, dumping / antidumping, IPR or other trade related issues.
Why we do it
Japan and Bangladesh are two friendly countries and this relationship has contributed in socio economic development, culture, education, infrastructure, know how transfer, trade, business migration, human resource exchange with skills development, capacity building and in many areas.
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Mr. Yuji Ando
Mr. Md. Shariful Alam
Mr. Imrul Anwar Liton
Mr. Tareq Rafi Bhuiyan (Jun)
Mr. Hideaki Kojima
Mr. Salahuddin Kasem Khan
Mr. Hikari Kawai
Dr. kabir Ahmed
Mr. Yoshimitsu Otomo
Mr. A.K. Mizanur Rahman FCA
Mr. Kazuhiro Kobayakawa
Mr. Masud Karim
Dr. AKM Moazzem Hussain
Honorary Exe. Director
MR. SHAHRIAR OMAR
Asst. Manager, JBCCI
MD. ASHIF NEWAZ
Photographer and video editor extraordinaire
Objectives of JBCCI
To Collect and provide business information in Bangladesh and Japan. * To promote the two – way trade and investment between Japan and Bangladesh. * To explore new areas of investment and encourage the establishment of Japan-Bangladesh joint –ventures in Japan and Bangladesh. * To identify areas of difficulties in investment and important trade barriers and take steps to overcome those. * To arrange training programs / workshops / seminars for Human Resource Development and others in both Bangladesh and Japan..
Merits of JBCCI Membership
JBCCI members will get the opportunity to participate in Trade Fairs organized by JBCCI (in Bangladesh and in Japan) at a discounted rate.
JBCCI members will get the priority to join the Seminars/Workshops organized by JBCCI at special rate along with other facilities..
For interested companies who are looking for joint Venture with Japanese Company,JBCCI will provide all possible relevant information on potential Japanese investors.For companies who are interested to invest in Japan, JBCCI will provide information about Japanese Investment Climate and Investment Procedure.
- Japan and Bangladesh are two friendly countries and this relationship has contributed in socio economic development, culture, education, infrastructure, know how transfer, trade, business migration, infrastructure development, SME, IT Business and human resource exchange with skill development, capacity building and in many areas.
JBCCI members will be provided with important business information services.
For Bangladeshi Exporters , JBCCI will provide related information about Japanese Importers and necessary Market Information of Japan.
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Japan and Bangladesh are twofriendly countries and this relationship has contributed in socio economic development, culture, education, infrastructure, know how transfer, trade, business migration, infrastructure development, SME, IT Business and human resource exchange with skill development, capacity building and in many areas.