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DITF 2019 kicks off Jan 9


DITF 2019 kicks off Jan 9

The 24th Dhaka International Trade Fair (DITF)-2019 will begin from Jan 9 at Sher-e-Bangla Nagar, west side of Bangabandhu International Conference Centre (BICC), in the city. President Md. Abdul Hamid is expected to inaugurate the month-long fair organised jointly by the Commerce Ministry and Export Promotion Bureau (EPB), local media reports said.

Preparation is at the last stage to hold the fair in a peaceful atmosphere. The fair will remain open for visitors from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. up to Feb 8.

There will be a total of 550 stalls and pavilions including 60 premium pavilions, 38 premium mini pavilions, 20 reserved pavilions for women, 26 foreign pavilions, 18 general pavilions and 22 food stalls in the fair venue. The participants in the fair will display different kinds of goods, including readymade garments, handicraft, leather and plastic polymer.

Different organisations from India, Bhutan, Pakistan, China, the United States, the United Kingdom, Nepal, Australia, Germany, Hong Kong, Thailand, Vietnam, the Maldives, Mauritius, Russia, Iran and Swaziland are participating in the fair this year. The foreign participants will also have the opportunity to display their state-of-the-art technology to the local producers and exporters.

There will be a digital touch screen technology centre in the fair this year. There will also be a DITF experience centre and e-listing of participants.

Adequate measures have been taken by the Police Administration to ensure safety and security of local and foreign visitors.

“We have taken a tight and coordinated security arrangement for foolproof security in and around the trade fair venue by deploying a large number of police force,” said DMP Commissioner M Asaduzzaman Mia earlier.

The DMP chief said hawkers and baggers would be barred from roaming around the venue which would be brought under closed circuit camera televisions. The DMP would install a makeshift control room, a lost and found centre, a medical centre and four help desks to facilitate visitors while special police teams would be in place to stop ticket black marketing and eve-teasing. 

He has warned of taking stern action against the food courts which would not show price list.

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