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KPC Group chairman pays courtesy call on Bashundhara Group Chairman

Staff Correspondent | banglanews24.com
Update: 2021-10-06 12:25:39
KPC Group chairman pays courtesy call on Bashundhara Group Chairman

KPC Group chairman Dr. Kali Pradip Chaudhuri has paid a courtesy call on Bashundhara Group chairman Ahmed Akbar Sobhan.

The meeting took place at Bashundhara Group chairman's residence in Bashundhara Residential Area in the capital Dhaka on Tuesday (Oct 5).

Chairman & Managing Director of Al Haramain Perfumes Group and the Chairman of NRB Bank Ltd Mohammed Mahtabur Rahman (Nasir), Chairman of Rupayan Group Liaquat Ali Khan Mukul and Vice Chairman Mahir Ali Khan Ratul also attended the meeting.

Bashundhara Group chairman Ahmed Akbar Sobhan greeted them with floral bouquets. They exchanged views with others and discussed issues of common interests.

It is learnt that the KPC is keen to invest in Bangladesh. The Group wants to work especially in the country's health sector.

The KPC Group is engaged in numerous businesses around the world serving diverse industries such as healthcare services and facilities, pharmaceutical and biotechnology, education, real estate, infrastructure development, agriculture, architecture and engineering, alternative energy, waste management, travel services and information technology.

In 2003, KPC Group chairman Dr. Kali Pradip Chaudhuri established the first private medical school in West Bengal, India. On a sprawling 25 acres state-of-the-art campus with more than 1.8 million sq. ft. of construction, the KPC Medical College & Hospital, Shova Rani Nursing College and Paramedical College provide health and educational services to millions of Indians residing in the city of Kolkata.

BDST: 1222 HRS, OCT 06, 2021
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