Bangladesh - CloudOffice

With some of the largest Asian economies – China, India and the ASEAN member countries – on its doorstep, Bangladesh is well placed for multilateral cooperation within the region. In recent years, moving beyond a national economy based largely on agriculture, the government has implemented various economic development plans including increasing the nation’s power generation capability and dramatically improving its infrastructure especially in relation to power, ports and mass communication.

The government is also pursuing a policy of privatisation across key sectors, further improving the investment climate, increasing foreign investment, and creating export processing zones.

Through the KWM Bangladesh CloudOffice, we provide clients access to our extensive global network, and we are well placed to support businesses in areas such as cross border elements of new infrastructure, investment, information technology, and energy in one of the key jurisdictions along the Belt and Road Initiative and increasingly a target for infrastructure investment by a broad range of other regional and global public and private sector players.

*KWM Bangladesh CloudOffice does not provide legal advice in relation to, or practise, Bangladesh law in any form. Any legal services undertaken by KWM will be provided by one or more of the separate King & Wood Mallesons member firms as described in the Terms of use & legal notices and only in relation to the laws of jurisdictions in which the relevant member firm is licensed to practise.

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