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Marlboro to stop selling cigarettes By News Hub | Last Updated: 22nd January, 2019, 21:24

The company go on to say that "there are 7.6 million" adults who smoke in the UK and that "the best action they can take is quitting"

Marlboro to stop selling cigarettes

Davos prefers private jets though concerned over climate change Davos prefers private jets though concerned over climate change

It forecast nearly 1,500 private jet flights over the week of the World Economic Forum to airports near Davos in the Swiss Alps


IMF warns trade tensions could hit growth IMF warns trade tensions could hit growth

For the world economy, the IMF is now predicting growth of 3.5% in 2019. In October, it forecast 3.7%


Novoair listed as world’s safe airline Novoair listed as world’s safe airline

Novoair on Monday says it received three-star ratings for ensuring passengers' safe travel by International Aviation Safety Rating Agency


India to become top trade partner of UAE by 2020 India to become top trade partner of UAE by 2020

The annual trade volume between India and the UAE, which stood at 57 billion US dollars in the past few years, could exceed 100 bn dollars by 2020


No breakthrough in US-China trade talks: Trump adviser No breakthrough in US-China trade talks: Trump adviser

Recent news reports of a deal being imminent were not accurate, he says


Honda launches new bikes in Bangladesh Honda launches new bikes in Bangladesh

The Dream Neo and Livonia will be available in every Honda showroom from today


India's richest man to battle Amazon, Walmart in e-commerce India's richest man to battle Amazon, Walmart in e-commerce

India's e-commerce sales are expected to triple between now and 2022


European Union sets out plans for 'limited' US trade deal EU sets out plans for 'limited' US trade deal

The effort is also part of an effort to stop Trump from slapping tariffs on European car imports


China, Germany to boost financial sector cooperation China, Germany to boost financial sector cooperation

A joint statement issued after the talks says China welcomes "German-funded enterprises to enter the Chinese payment market"


Germany 'considers ban on Huawei' amid global backlash Germany 'looks to ban Huawei' from 5G build

Berlin is exploring stricter security requirements which may prevent Huawei products being used in its 5G network


Oxford University suspends Huawei donations and sponsorships Oxford University suspends Huawei donations

  The University of Oxford has suspended new donations and sponsorships from Chinese telecoms giant…


US officials consider lifting China tariffs: report US officials consider lifting China tariffs: report

The talks with Beijing are being led by US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, who has taken a more hard line position on trade than Mnuchin


Goldman boss apologises for 1MDB scandal

Goldman boss apologises for 1MDB scandal

The US and other countries are also investigating its role


Coal import stopped again through Tamabil port Coal import stopped again through Tamabil port

If the situation persists, some 4-5000 workers look set to become unemployed while importers must count their losses due to losing business


Asia moves to reassure firms as Brexit uncertainty spikes Asia reassures businesses after Brexit vote

Trade between the UK and Japan hit £28bn ($36bn) last year, and Japanese companies already employ 150,000 people in the UK


Toyota urges support for PM's Brexit deal Toyota urges support for PM's Brexit deal

Toyota's Europe boss has reiterated his support for the Prime Minister's Brexit deal ahead of Tuesday's key Commons vote


Asian markets in retreat after week-long rally

Asian markets in retreat after week-long rally

Data Monday showed China's trade surplus with the US -- a major source of anger for President Donald Trump -- widened 17.2 percent last year


In Saudi weddings, small is the new beautiful

In Saudi weddings, small is the new beautiful

Saudi Arabia has one of the world’s highest concentrations of super rich households


Vegetable farming growing rapidly Vegetable farming growing rapidly

Farmers are making a good profit from vegetable farming, which encouraged the youth


Amazon boss Jeff Bezos and wife MacKenzie divorce World's richest man Jeff Bezos divorces

Amazon, formed 25 years ago, this week eclipsed Microsoft to become the world's most valuable listed company


Marcel showcasing 300 models of appliances at DITF Marcel showcasing 300 models of appliances at DITF

Marcel brought out new models of various types of appliances with lucrative designs and colours on the occasion of new year and DITF-19, he says


Vodafone to cut up to 1,200 jobs in Spain Vodafone to cut up to 1,200 jobs in Spain

The news comes after the British telecoms giant in November launched a new 1.2-billion-euro cost-cutting plan as it faced heavy losses


EU probes Nike tax deals in the Netherlands EU probes Nike tax deals in the Netherlands

The investigation will focus on two Dutch-based units of Nike that the EU suspects paid tax "that may not reflect economic reality", a statement says


No non-performing loan from today: Kamal No non-performing loan from today: Kamal

Kamal says the government will prepare a guideline to verify all the classified loans in the banking sector and will take necessary steps


China car sales fall for the first time in 20 years China car sales see first drop for 20 years

The deceleration comes amid a slowdown in China's economy which has hit performance at car manufacturers around the world


President stresses diversifying products to boost export President stresses diversifying products to boost export

Abdul Hamid also urges the entrepreneurs to come forward to boost export of ICT-related services


US, China extend talks on trade battle for 3rd day US, China extend talks on trade battle for 3rd day

The two governments have announced no details, but Asian stock markets rose on news the negotiations that originally were planned


Iran, India move closer on trade as EU stalls Iran, India move closer on trade as EU stalls

Brussels is working on a payment mechanism to keep financial transactions flowing with Iran


Walton to hold IPO road show on Jan 15 Walton to hold IPO road show on Jan 15

Walton aims to collect Tk 1 billion from the market through initial public offering using ‘book building’ method


President to inaugurate DITF Wednesday President to inaugurate DITF Wednesday

President Abdul Hamid will open the 24th edition of Dhaka International Trade Fair at Sher-E-Bangla Nagar in the city at 3:00 pm on the day


Tesla breaks ground on factory in Shanghai   Tesla breaks ground on factory in Shanghai

Tesla announced plans in July to build the Gigafactory 3 facility in China


US, China dealing trade negotiations at highest levels: Trump US, China dealing trade negotiations at highest levels: Trump

The Trump administration imposed heavy tariffs on imported steel and aluminium items in March last year


NBR plans expansion to raise revenue collection NBR plans expansion to raise revenue collection

VAT Online is interested to provide technical support for constructing field level offices


US job creation vaults higher in 2018 US job creation vaults higher in 2018

And net job gains in October and November were revised up a combined 58,000, says the Labor Department


Ryanair named 'worst short-haul airline' Ryanair named 'worst short-haul airline'

The results from a Which survey of airline passengers ranked Ryanair at the bottom of 19 carriers flying from the UK


Doing business ranking will come down to double digit by 2021: BIDA Doing business ranking will come down to double digit by 2021: BIDA

The BIDA chief said the government wants to transform Bangladesh’s economy from labor-based to knowledge-based and technology-based economy


Apple ordered to pull iPhones from stores in Germany Apple ordered to pull iPhones from stores in Germany

Qualcomm did not respond to Apple's statements


Apple shares close nearly 10% lower after sales warning Apple shares close nearly 10% lower

Apple, which was until recently the largest publically trade company in the US, is now worth less than Microsoft, Amazon and Alphabet


Apple blames China as it cuts forecast

Apple blames China as it cuts forecast

Apple's share price sank more than 7% in after hours trade, extending its more than 28% slide since November

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