Export Promotion Bureau, Bangladesh

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The Export Promotion Bureau (EPB) is a Bangladesh government agency located within the Ministry of Commerce. It is responsible for developing the nation's export industry.


Initial proclamations were made on August 20 and November 8, 1975. The Export Promotion Bureau Ordinance was enacted in 1977 and consequently EPB was established.[1]


EPB headquarters are in Dhaka, with regional offices in Chittagong, Khulna and Rajshahi. In addition, there are branch offices in Sylhet, Comilla and Narayangonj.

The EPB consists of multiple divisions:

  • Policy and Planning Division
  • Commodities Development Division
  • Information Division
  • Fairs and Display Division
  • Administration and Finance Division
  • Textile Division
  • Statistics and Research Division
  • Information and Communications Technology Division


  1. ^ "An Ordinance to provide for the establishment of a Bureau for promotion of export". Ministry of Law, Bangladesh. Retrieved 13 February 2014.

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