Bangladesh–Nigeria relations refer to the bilateral relations between Bangladesh and Nigeria. Both Bangladesh and Nigeria are members of international organizations like Organisation of Islamic Cooperation, Developing 8 Countries etc.
High level visits
Trade and investment, agriculture and tourism are chief areas for cooperation between the two countries.
Bangladesh and Nigeria have expressed mutual interest to expand the bilateral trade and investment. Bangladeshi pharmaceuticals, knitwear, cement, jute and jute goods, ceramics, ocean-going vessels, light engineering, leather and plastic goods have been identified as products with huge potential in the Nigerian market. Nigeria has urged Bangladeshi businessmen to invest in the agriculture, food-processing, pharmaceuticals, medical equipments, ICT and education sectors of Nigeria. Trade between the two countries stood at US$14 million in 2012. In 2014, Bangladesh Tariff Commission prepared a feasibility study for the benefits of signing new Free/Preferential trade agreements with African states and recommended that Nigeria along with Mali are the most promising countries for signing such agreements.
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