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Bangladesh Approves Purchase Of Mega Container Scanners From Chinese Firm

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  The Bangladeshi government has approved the purchase of six container scanners from a Chinese company The Cabinet Committee on Government Procurement in a meeting with Finance Minister AHM Mustafa Kamal in the chair approved the purchase on Wednesday Bangladesh will acquire the container scanners worth Tk 3 27 billion from Nuctech Company Ltd a leading Chinese global provider of security and inspection solutions and services The Bangladesh National Board of Revenue NBR has decided to install container scanners at ports to speed up the inspection process of export and import shipments To prevent imports through false declarations Bangladesh has already made scanning of all containers at ports mandatory 1 US dollar is equivalent to about 100 taka Xinhua
Bangladesh Approves Purchase Of Mega Container Scanners From Chinese Firm

Cabinet Committee

– The Bangladeshi government has approved the purchase of six container scanners from a Chinese company.

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The Cabinet Committee on Government Procurement in a meeting with Finance Minister AHM Mustafa Kamal in the chair approved the purchase on Wednesday.

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Bangladesh will acquire the container scanners worth Tk 3.27 billion from Nuctech Company Ltd, a leading Chinese global provider of security and inspection solutions and services.

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The Bangladesh National Board of Revenue (NBR) has decided to install container scanners at ports to speed up the inspection process of export and import shipments.

To prevent imports through false declarations, Bangladesh has already made scanning of all containers at ports mandatory. (1 US dollar is equivalent to about 100 taka) ■

(Xinhua)

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