Welcome to the Bangladesh Trade Portal
With thousands of links between its content elements, as well as external links to relevant ministries and online services, BTP is not only presents traders with comprehensive trade-related information, but It also acts as a tool for the Government and other stakeholders to help reduce, modernize and simplify regulations in accordance with international best practice. The portal provides an accessible, logical, helpful window for traders to access important regulatory and procedural information needed to export and import. This is in line with the government’s commitment to facilitating information sharing, the 7th Five Year Plan which focuses on accelerating economic growth, as well as compliance with Article 1 of the Trade Facilitation Agreement with the World Trade Organization.
By registering as a Member you will be able to take advantage of additional services such as subscribing to news and announcements or receiving alerts every time something that interests you in relation to your business is published. Click here to find out more about our Member Services. Please note that the purpose of this website is to provide information to the public about the laws and other topics of interest relating to importing goods into Bangladesh and exporting goods from Bangladesh.
If you cannot find what you require on this website, please feel free to contact us and we will try to answer your enquiry as speedily as possible or route it to the competent authority. Please note that the website is managed by the Ministry of Commerce on behalf of the Government of Bangladesh. BTP provides information regarding the laws, regulations, tariff information and procedures for importing and exporting in Bangladesh.
Export subsidy in Export Oriented RMG/Textile Sector...Read
Collection of bill of entry against import through land ports...Read
Issuance of Authorized Gold Dealer License for importation of Gold bar and Jewellery...Read
Commerce Ministry announced $ 54 billion export target for the current fiscal year 2019-20, where product export would contribute $ 45.5 billion and service sector $ 8.5 billion....Read
The government decided to provide cash incentive for the export of new products including medical and surgical instruments, home appliances and guts, stomachs, horns and bones of cows and buffaloes....Read
Commerce Minister Tipu Munshi said that the Bangladeshi RMG export items would be able to enter the markets of Brazil and Russia within the next one and a half years....Read