Popular Business Cities in Bangladesh

                                                                

1.Dhaka:

The hectic capital city, an intense and thriving metropolis of some 12 million people that are growing by the day. Most of the multinational companies and their head offices are in Dhaka city. It’s a city full of corporate and multinational offices. Dhaka is a business-friendly city for business desired people.


2.Chittagong:

a bustling commercial center and the largest international seaport in the country and this seaport contributing and expanding Bangladeshi economy. Chittagong is known as the second capital city of Bangladesh.


3.Mymensingh:

a historic city located by the side of river Brahmaputra, has got a rich cultural and political history dating back to more than 200 years.


4.Khulna:

located on the Rupsha River, famous for shrimp and a starting point for journeys into the Sundarbans.


5.Rajshahi:

the silk city. Rajshahi is a city in western Bangladesh, and the divisional headquarters of the Rajshahi Division as well as the administrative district that bears its name and is one of the seven metropolitan cities of Bangladesh.


6.Rangpur:

An important city in the north-west with agriculture and trade. Rangpur is a district in Northern Bangladesh. It is a part of the Rangpur Division


7.Barishal:

The southern city famous for Paddy growing and many rivers, best reached by a slow-paced and relaxing boat ride on the Rocket Steamer


8.Sylhet:

the largest city in the northeast, known for the shrine of Sufi saint Hazrat Shahjalal, one of the holiest sites in the country. It is one of the richest cities in Bangladesh. It is the principal city and administrative capital of Sylhet Division


9.Jashore:

Jessore is a district in the southwestern tip of Bangladesh. It is bordered by India to the west. The district produces a variety of crops year-round. Date-sugar, called patali, is made from the sap of locally grown date trees.


Bangladesh is the 24th potential and business-friendly country across the world. Bangladesh has cheap labor costs that’s why most of the developing countries are showing interest in investing in Bangladesh. Political stability is one of the problems if it is ok than Bangladesh will be a more priority country and will be able to explore.


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