The Bangladesh government to exhilarate its textile sector has introduced an electronic service by making the business process hassle-free, The textile sector is one of the highest foreign income earning windows, which currently bears around 83% of total export earnings.
Textile and Jute Minister Muhammad Imaj Uddin Pramanik while launching the E- service for the entrepreneurs at a seminar held at Jute diversification and Promotion Centre in the city yesterday said that the entrepreneurs can do their business by spending less time and money.
From now on, the entrepreneurs will get 18 kinds of service through the E-service, which has been launched under the project of â€œOnline one click registration and service delivery by directorate of textiles by developing an E-centre network using ICT.â€
Under this, the entrepreneurs can easily send their applications as well as fees through this online service, sitting at their own offices.
The program is being financed by the Access to Information project of the Prime Ministersâ€™ Office.
Among others, A2I Project Director Kabir Bin Anwar, Director General of the Department of Textile Ismail Hossin, BGMEA Vice-President Md NAsir and BKMEA Director Kamal Pasha were also present on the occasion.
Currently the foreign income from the textile sector stand at $28 billion which the government wants to ensure it to worth US$50 billion by 2021.
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