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Govt takes steps to keep dollar price stable: Tofail Dollar price to be kept stable

"Ramadan is ahead, many essential commodities are being imported and if the value of dollar goes up the prices of such commodities will be increased"


Nokia Q1 loss slightly down, sales stagnant Nokia Q1 loss slightly down, sales stagnant

The company's net sales fall slightly in the quarter to 5.4 billion euros from 5.5 billion euros in the first quarter in 2016


Samsung foresees bigger profit in 2017 as memory chips soar Samsung foresees bigger profit in 2017 as memory chips soar

Nearly two-thirds of Samsung's operating income during the first quarter was generated by its semiconductor business


Walton to produce multilayer motherboard Walton to produce multilayer motherboard

Walton has taken an initiative to produce multilayer motherboard and announced to manufacture mobile…


Jet Airways suspends pilot over racism, assault claims Jet Airways suspends pilot over racism, assault claims

Cricketer Harbhajan Singh has weighed in on the scandal, although he clarified that he had not witnessed the incident firsthand


Bangladesh to be made next global IT destination: Palak Bangladesh to be made next global IT destination: Palak

The partnership will connect Bangladesh to global innovation hubs that can bring new ideas and expertise to the country


High-tech parks to be set up in 12 districts High-tech parks to be set up in 12 districts

He says it will also boost our initiative to earn 5 billion dollars from the ICT sector by generating employment for 20 lakh youths


New VAT law more time-befitting, says Salman F Rahman New VAT law more time-befitting: Salman F Rahman

NBR chairman says united efforts by all stakeholders including businesses and NBR are needed for the successful enforcement of the new VAT law


PayPal to start operation in Bangladesh soon PayPal to start operation in Bangladesh soon

Since Paypal's start in December 1998, it has enabled nearly 200 million individuals and businesses to transfer funds electronically


French elections: Euro jumps after French vote Euro jumps after French vote

In addition to a further strengthening of the euro, Ms Brooks expects the main share markets in Germany and France


Chinese bus maker sees soaring exports Chinese bus maker sees soaring exports

Yutong's products have been sold to more than 40 countries along the Belt and Road


Speakers criticize RMG buyers for not increasing price of products RMG buyers critised for not increasing price of products

They has also blamed the foreign buyers for doing 'unethical business' with the price of apparel products of Bangladesh


Biman bags TK 1.3cr sale in tourism fair Biman bags TK 1.3cr sale in tourism fair

Following the good response, the authority has extended the deadline of BBTTF fair till April 24


NBR chooses 10 missions to beef up customs wings NBR chooses 10 missions to beef up customs wings

The National Board of Revenue (NBR) has chosen the missions considering the import and export volume


Bayer CropScience Ltd. partners with ACI Ltd. for hybrid rice seed distribution Bayer CropScience Ltd. partners with ACI Ltd.

The partnership will enable a higher reach of hybrid seed technology to farmers


Trump takes aim at US financial oversight law Trump takes aim at US financial oversight law

Trump says they are taking steps to make our economy more fair and prosperous for all


50MW solar plant in Tetulia on cards 50MW solar plant in Tetulia on cards

Power Division earlier signed deals with 13 solar grid firms to implement a series of solar power projects with tariffs at Tk 12.50 or above per unit


33 BD missions fail to achieve July-March export target  33 BD missions fail to achieve July-March export target

The overall export earnings for the July-March period of FY17 amounted to $ 25,946.02 million against the strategic target of $ 27,111 million


6th Bangladesh Denim Expo begins May 17 6th Bangladesh Denim Expo begins May 17

The theme for this edition of the expo is ‘Denim Networks’ that will highlight the importance of developing understanding and relationships


Dhaka seeks Polish investment in shipbuilding, pharma sectors Dhaka seeks Polish investment in shipbuilding, pharma sectors

Shahriar mentions that many European countries are showing keen interest to invest and do business in Bangladesh


Chevron faces big Australia tax bill after court loss Chevron faces big Australia tax bill after court loss

The ruling is a significant victory for the Australian Taxation Office (ATO), which is investigating other global firms for alleged avoidance


Imitation Game: China carmakers ape foreign brands at Shanghai show China carmakers ape foreign brands at Shanghai show

The annual exhibition of Shanghai is the biggest automotive showcase in the planet's largest car market


EPZs' labourers don't want any outsider as their leader: Tofail "Govt to take realistic step on trade union at EPZs"

Workers' Welfare Associations likewise trade unions are active in EPZs are bargaining with owners for their rights and both parties are now satisfied


Walton donates Tk 40 million to Labour Welfare Fund Walton donates Tk 40 million to Labour Welfare Fund

SM Zahid Hasan hands over the cheque of Tk 39,629,131 to the State Minister for Labour and Employment Md Mujibul Haque Chunnu at secretariat


European car market speeds ahead in March: industry data European car market speeds ahead in March: industry data

The strong growth has been largely due to the timing of the Easter holidays


Yahoo bows out as public company with revenue shrinking Yahoo bows out as public company with revenue shrinking

Yahoo earned $100 million, or 10 cents per share, in the first quarter, rebounding from a loss of $99 million, or 10 cents per share, last year


Watermelons flood market, but price too high Watermelons flood market, but price too high

The prices of Watermelons become double in the retail market compared to that in the wholesale market


Oil output cuts pressure Mideast economic growth: IMF Oil output cuts pressure Mideast economic growth: IMF

Growth in Saudi Arabia, the region's largest economy, is expected to slow to 0.4 percent in 2017


Walton starts compressor production for Germany’s Secop Walton starts compressor production for Germany’s Secop

Initially, the German based company places an order to Walton Compressor unit for supplying 4 lakh casting parts to them, the Walton officials say


GP star customers to get discount at Royal Tulip Resort GP star customers to get discount at Royal Tulip Resort

Interested customers can visit https://www.grameenphone.com/star-program/special-offers/royal-tulip to learn more about other special offers


BD All Time products reach global market  BD All Time products reach global market

The cookies and toast of the brand are being exported to India, Nepal and Middle East, says Kamruzzaman Kamal, Director (Marketing) at PRAN-RFL Group


Dhaka Stock Exchange, Chittagong Stock Exchange witnessing fall DSE, CSE witnessing fall

DSEX, the prime index of the Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE), went down by 13.21 points or 0.23 percent to reach at 5582.90


Walton to feature Bangladeshi products in Canton Fair-2017 Walton to feature Bangladeshi products in Canton Fair-2017

The 121st China Import and Export Fair is set to begin on April 15 at Pazhou Complex at Guangzhou Province in China


Shipping ministry implementing 38 projects in 2016-17 Shipping ministry implementing 38 projects in 2016-17

The shipping minister has asked authorities concerned to complete the projects within the stipulated time by maintaining quality


Kaspersky launches internet security for Robi subscribers Kaspersky launches internet security for Robi subscribers

Kaspersky's local partner in Bangladesh VU Mobile has organized a launching event in a city hotel on Sunday


China’s economy grows 6.9% in first quarter of 2017 China’s economy grows 6.9% in first quarter of 2017

The China’s economy grew 6.7 percent in 2016, its slowest rate since 1990


Government mulls reduction in bandwidth import dependency Govt mulls reduction in bandwidth import dependency

The ITCs are unable to collect state-own BSCCL's bandwidth due to some limitations


‘Remove trade barriers in Saarc region’ ‘Remove trade barriers in Saarc region’

"Trade and business won't get a boost unless the tariff and non-tariff barriers are removed," says Shafiqul Islam, additional secretary


IT training creates successful entrepreneurs IT training creates successful entrepreneurs

Like Sadekur, many youths narrated in the function their dreams to become entrepreneurs after completing their training

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