Salman Fazlur Rahman
Salman dissatisfied with services at airport
PM’s Private Industry and Investment Adviser Salman Fazlur Rahman has expressed dissatisfaction with the standard of customer services at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport. He expressed his discontent after a surprise visit to the airport at 3pm on Monday. Salman said Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina sent him to visit the airport receiving news that passengers are being harassed in various ways at Shahjalal Airport. Also read: Govt to provide financial support to ensure compliance in industries: Salman F Rahman “What we’ve seen is that the passengers are harassed in two or three place. Overall I’m not satisfied. There are many scopes to improve the situation from what I have seen,” he said. The PM’s adviser told the authorities concerned to improve the situation. “Those who are in the field need to change their mindset,” he said. He said many complaints are found as the passengers are being subjected to unnecessary harassments in the airport. He said the Prime Minister has asked for solutions and coordination to remove the ordeals. “If we see that the rate of complaints is not decreasing after today's visit, then strict action will be taken,” he added. "The government has taken this matter very seriously. We started the process today,” said Salman F Rahman. Also read: Mediation, arbitration for commercial disputes not being used widely: Salman F Rahman PMO senior secretary Md Tofazzel Hossain Miah and high officials of the Civil Aviation Authority, Bangladesh and the airport were present.
'Electronics exports to overtake apparel'
Export earnings from the electronics sector will overtake the readymade garment sector, Salman Fazlur Rahman, private industry and investment advisor to the prime minister, said Saturday after visiting the Walton factory in Gazipur. "When Walton says 'Made in Bangladesh', it's made in Bangladesh. This means Walton manufactures every spare part. Research and development is most vital for achieving the target of becoming a developed country within 2041, and Walton is doing excellent work in this sector,'' he added. Read: Xiaomi launches smartphone manufacturing plant in Gazipur Walton Hi-Tech Industries Limited Managing Director and CEO Golam Murshed said: "The electronics sector is the future of Bangladesh." "The 'Made in Bangladesh' Walton products are being exported to more than 40 countries. Walton holds 75 per cent of the country's refrigerator, 50 per cent of AC and 40 per cent of the TV market." Read Walton brings Arc CPU liquid coolers
Policy reforms underway to attract more FDI: Salman
Prime Minister's Private Industry and Investment Adviser Salman Fazlur Rahman on Saturday said the government is working on policy reforms, aiming to attract more foreign direct investment (FDI).
Bangladesh to reach double-digit in ease of doing business by 2022: Salman
Dhaka, Oct 24 (UNB) – Bangladesh will secure a place among the top 99 countries in the global ease of doing business rankings by 2022, said Prime Minister’s Private Industry and Investment Adviser Salman Fazlur Rahman on Thursday.