The BBIN’s chamber of commerce significance is not just local. India’s responsibility to put in place to curate various schemes is the biggest among 4 nations. BBIN Chamber of commerce will put into place smaller sub-regional networks and connect them to achieve regional and continental networking goals and all four countries need to work on several other fronts jointly.
BBIN Chamber of Commerce was launched in New Delhi Press Club on the 13th November 2019 with representation of all four countries. Major Chandrakant Singh addressed the Audience and the members of the press from the Indian side. Monowara Hakim Ali, the President of the Chittagong Womens Chamber of Commerce and Industries addressed from the Bangladesh side.
India’s Ministry of Road Transport and Highways and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) organized a meeting on the implementation of the Bangladesh-Bhutan-India-Nepal Motor Vehicles Agreement (BBIN MVA) on 10-11 January 2018 in Bengaluru, India with participation from all countries, Bhutan was an observor member.