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Bangladesh sees rise in export earnings in July-Nov By UNB | Last Updated: 10th December, 2018, 15:49

The earnings from the RMG during the period was 1418.62 crore, the highest one as usual

Bangladesh sees rise in export earnings in July-Nov

SoftBank aims to raise $23bn on Japan mobile unit IPO SoftBank aims to raise $23bn on Japan mobile unit IPO

The offering includes 160 million shares added on strong demand


Bashundhara Tissue wins best tissue brand award Bashundhara Tissue wins best tissue brand award

This year, 34 brands in 34 categories were awarded with the signature Best Brand Award crest


Walton launches affordable full-view display 4G handset Walton launches affordable full-view display 4G handset

Asifur Rahman Khan, Chief of Walton Cellular Phone Sales Department, said the handset has been manufactured at their own plant in Chandra of Gazipur


China export growth slows in November: customs data China export growth slows in November

Exports rose 5.4 percent for November on-year, short of the 9.4 percent forecast by Bloomberg News, while imports rose 3.0 percent on-year


US jobs growth slows in November US jobs growth slows in November

The gains kept the unemployment rate unchanged at 3.7%, near record lows, according to the report


Marlboro maker places $2.4 billion bet on marijuana Marlboro maker places $2.4 billion bet on marijuana

Marlboro maker Altria Group Inc. is taking a 45 percent stake in Cronos Group, the Canadian medical and recreational marijuana provider says Friday


Nissan announces fresh recall due to improper inspections Nissan announces fresh recall due to improper inspections

Nissan on Friday announced plans to recall approximately 150,000 vehicles owing to improper tests on new units


3rd international SME fair begins Saturday 3rd international SME fair begins Saturday

The fair will remain open for the visitors from 10 am to 10 pm every day


O2 services to be 'fully restored by early hours of Friday' O2 data 'fully restored by early Friday'

O2 has 25 million users and also provides services for the Sky, Tesco, Giffgaff and Lycamobile networks, which have another seven million users


Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou arrested in Canada Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou arrested in Canada

  The daughter of the founder of Chinese telecoms giant Huawei has been arrested in Canada and…


Global markets sink as uncertainty reigns Global markets sink as uncertainty reigns

Trump tweeted that he saw "very strong signals being sent by China," with Beijing accepting a 90-day deadline to reach a tariffs agreement


China-US trade: China vows speedy action on trade commitments China 'to act swiftly' on trade promises

An ongoing trade war has seen both countries impose duties on billions of dollars of one another's goods


Bangladesh pavilion attracts visitors in New Delhi DCWA fair   Bangladesh pavilion attracts visitors in New Delhi DCWA fair

Performers of different diplomatic missions displayed their cultural shows- traditional dances, fashion shows- depicting their own cultural heritages


Cannabis firm confirms investment talks with Marlboro maker Marlboro maker in talks with cannabis firm

Canada legalised recreational cannabis in October - the second country in the world to do so


Oil prices surge on output cut pledge, US-China deal Oil prices surge on output cut pledge, US-China deal

An existing deal committing OPEC and non-members to cuts expires this year


US-China agreed to suspend new trade tariffs US-China agreed to suspend new trade tariffs

At a post-G20 summit meeting in Buenos Aires, Trump agreed not to boost tariffs on $200bn (£157bn) of Chinese goods from 10% to 25% on 1 January


Trump signs trade deal with Mexico and Canada Trump signs deal with Mexico and Canada

The revised deal has been renamed as the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, or USMCA


Microsoft beats Apple for biggest market value Microsoft beats Apple for biggest market cap

The software giant ended Friday with a market value of more than $851bn (£668bn) compared with Apple's $847bn


India economic growth slows to 7.1% India economic growth slows to 7.1%

Central Statistics Office figures showed that GDP growth for July to September was up from the 6.3 percent recorded for the same period last year



Trump's trade war: Stakes are high at G20 summit Trump's trade war: Stakes are high at G20

The stage could now be set for a possible escalation of the trade war between the two nations


Dhaka International Trade Fair begins Jan 9 Dhaka International Trade Fair begins Jan 9

The trade fair will continue till February 8


Banglalink launches 014 series Banglalink launches 014 series

Banglalink pre-paid users having 019 number series will get new 014 series SIM cards for free after completing the NID verification


Bayer to cut 12,000 jobs after Monsanto takeover Bayer to cut 12,000 jobs after Monsanto takeover

The planned job cuts will affect about one in every ten of the group's 118,200 posts


Unilever boss steps down after HQ move fiasco Unilever boss steps down after HQ move fiasco

Neither Unilever nor Polman makes any mention of the headquarters plan


Bank warns no-deal could see UK sink into recession No-deal Brexit could sink UK into recession

The Bank of England says the UK economy could shrink by 8% in the immediate aftermath if there was no transition period


Trump heads to G20 primed for new conflicts Trump heads to G20 primed for new conflicts

G20 leaders, whose countries account for four-fifths of the world’s economic output, first met in November 2008 against the global financial crisis


Huawei: NZ blocks Chinese firm on national security fears Huawei faces new ban as security fears rise

Spark New Zealand wanted to use Huawei equipment in its 5G mobile network


No sale for Australia's enormous Knickers No sale for Australia's enormous Knickers

Knickers looms above the thousands of other cattle that he feeds with in rural Western Australia


UK ports face 'major disruption' in case of no-deal Brexit, MPs warn UK ports face 'major disruption', MPs warn

The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) says government preparations for avoiding disruption around major ports were "worryingly under-developed"


Thai tycoon appears in court as poaching trial begins Thai tycoon appears in court as poaching trial begins

Premchai Karnasuta, president of one of Thailand's largest construction companies, appeared at the Kanchanaburi Provincial Court on Tuesday


Trump talks tough on China tariff hike before G20 Trump likely to go ahead with China tariff hike

Trump is expected to meet China's Xi Jinping on the sidelines of this week's G20 summit


GM to slash over 14,000 jobs and close eight plants GM to slash jobs and close eight plants

The moves follow rising costs and slower car sales and comes as the US carmaker focuses on its line-up of trucks, electric and self-driving vehicles


Walton to enter stock market Walton to enter stock market

The company will float IPO in the stock market through book building system. AAA Finance & Investment Ltd. acts as the issue manager of Walton


NBR to receive individual tax returns till Dec 2 NBR to receive individual tax returns till Dec 2

The tax officials in the capital and across the country have been instructed to give all services from the tax offices like in the fairs


Oil prices sink on worries over excess supply, weak demand Oil prices sink on worries over excess supply, weak demand

The drop in oil prices reverberated in equity markets, with oil giants Chevron, Royal Dutch Shell and Total all shedding three percent or more


Volkswagen will recall 75,000 cars over seatbelt fault VW recalls 75,000 cars to fix seatbelt

A new fix would be offered to affected UK owners from Monday, Volkswagen says


Oil prices sink on supply glut fears Oil prices sink on supply glut fears

Brent's fall of more than five percent sent it sliding to $59.34 per barrel


Eurozone business growth hits four-year low: Markit Eurozone business growth hits four-year low: Markit

The data indicates that gross domestic product (GDP) growth will hit a feeble 0.3 percent in the eurozone in the final quarter of this year


Nissan board fires Ghosn as chairman following arrest Nissan board fires Ghosn as chairman following arrest

Renault is still reeling from Ghosn's Monday arrest, and its share price has yet to recover

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