PM urges businessmen to maintaining quality of products, exportable items

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Dhaka: The country’s businessmen and exporters have to maintain the high quality and standards of their products and exportable items and thus uphold the country’s image and maintain their own reputation both home and abroad, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday urged the traders.

“I call upon all concerned to remain alert so that the image of the country is not tarnished alongside bringing personal disaster while making a bit more profit,” the premier said this while addressing the inaugural session of the National Fisheries Week 2016 held at the city’s Krishibid Institution Auditorium.pm distributes medals

Quality and standards should be followed in all exportable products, including fisheries, alongside marketing of local products, she said.

Sheikh Hasina also urged the businesspeople and exporters to do business maintaining the qualitative standards of their products so that they could make profits and help the country prosper.

According to Prime Minister, “I hope all should give special attention to it so that whatever we export, quality of those is strictly maintained.”pm hands over crest

The PM further said laboratories have already been set up in Dhaka, Chittagong and Khulna to maintain the quality and standards of the exportable items while steps have been taken to examine the exportable fisheries items to maintain their hygiene.

Earlier, the Prime Minister distributed five gold medals and 15 silver medals to 20 individuals and institutions for their outstanding contribution to fish production in the country. Each of the gold medal recipient also received a Tk 50,000 cheque while the silver medal recipient Tk 30,000. Fisheries and Livestock Minister Muhammad Sayedul Hoque spoke on the occasion while Ministry Secretary Mohammad Maksudul Hasan Khan gave the address of welcome.

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