India, Bangladesh to sign investments pacts worth $9 bn tomorrow

Agreements and memoranda of understanding (MoUs), worth $9 billion of investments into Bangladesh will be signed between the Indian public and private sectors and the Bangladeshi side on Monday. The 12 agreements will include an MoU of $2 billion in investments in the Bangladeshi power sector by Adani Power, a subsidiary of the Adani Group. Agreements will also be signed for investments in Bangladesh by Reliance Power and NTPC Vidut Vyapar Nigam Limited. Read more


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