Predictable policy matters more than political stability

Despite potentials, Bangladesh could not attract the expected level of foreign direct investment due mainly to the regulatory and business hurdles, top corporate executives say.

They said FDI is not only important for bringing in the latest technology, innovations and best corporate practices, it also helps create a pool of talented resources locally as a spill-over effect. To create more employment opportunities in the densely-populated country, they suggested immediate formation of a central body handle issues centrally in coordination with the agencies concerned. The suggestions were made on Friday at the second episode of a virtual dialogue on Rethinking FDI: for the Many. What do investors want?

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