|Published : 12 Apr 2017, 21:22:01|
Thrust on land ownership transformation policy
FE Online Desk
Bangladesh Small and Cottage Industries Corporation (BSCIC) has so far allocated 10379 plots among 5799 units in which 4420 units are already in operation but 414 units are either sick or shut down. 349 plots are still not allotted.
A study of Business Initiative Leading Development (BUILD), a public-private policy reforms body disclosed this during a recent meeting between BSCIC and BUILD, according to a statement.
The meeting also put thrust on the core activities of BSCIC with special focus on Land Ownership Transformation Policy of the country.
Mustak Hassan Md. Iftekhar, Chairman of BSCIC attended the meeting with BUILD CEO Ferdaus Ara Begum at BSCIC Office on Tuesday.
During the meeting, the BUILD CEO briefed the activities and role of the BUILD for business development of the country. “We have initiated a study on Land Ownership Transformation Policy and we will place it in the coming SME Development Working Committee meeting”, she said.
After the meeting, the BUILD CEO handed over a set of BUILD publications to the BSCIC chairman.