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Potatoes not being released in markets as prices drop Potatoes not being released in markets as prices drop

The growers and traders apprehend that they would have to incur a huge loss of around Tk 400 per sack of potato by selling at the current market rate


Bashundhara Paper Mills signs deal with DSE, CSE Bashundhara Paper Mills signs deal with DSE, CSE

Bashundhara Paper Mills Ltd Company’s IPO fund will be used to purchase machinery, repay bank loans and bear the IPO expense


Macron urges EU-wide corporate tax band by 2020 Macron urges EU-wide corporate tax band by 2020

French President Emmanuel Macron proposes creating a single EU corporate tax band by 2020


Finance Minister Muhith calls for friendly relations between tax collectors, taxpayers Muhith calls for friendly relations between tax collectors, taxpayers

Muhith says it is joyful for the government that everyone helps to pay income tax


Taiwan bans all trade with North Korea

Taiwan bans all trade with North Korea

Taiwan joins a long list of countries which have urged North Korea to suspend any activity that harms or threatens peace in the Asia Pacific region


Government forms NCMID to improve business environment Govt forms NCMID to improve business environment

A gazette was published on September 21 in this regard


Uber boss says sorry over London 'mistakes' Uber boss says sorry over London 'mistakes'

The transport body of London cites Uber's approach to reporting serious criminal offences


Akhaura land port to remain shut for 11 days Akhaura land port to remain shut for 11 days

The land port will reopen on October 7 (Saturday)


Marcel product sales up by 66pc Marcel product sales up by 66pc

Marcel has registered 60 percent growth on fridge sales in last August, which is more than double than the target of Eid sales


Uber loses licence to operate in London: authorities Uber loses licence to operate in London: authorities

These include its approach to reporting serious criminal offences


Gold price opens lower in Hong Kong Gold price opens lower in Hong Kong

The gold price in Hong Kong goes down 10 Hong Kong dollars


Oil meeting at OPEC as strategy bears fruit Oil meeting at OPEC as strategy bears fruit

Twenty-four producers including Russia, Saudi Arabia and Riyadh's partners in OPEC agreed in late 2016 to reduce output


Toshiba to sell chip unit for $18bn to plug losses Toshiba sells chip unit for $18bn

The $18bn (£13.3bn) deal is designed to cover billions of dollars of losses incurred in Toshiba's US nuclear unit


Burger King brings back coupons with exciting King Deals Burger King brings back coupons with exciting King Deals

Guests, who will be dining in all Burger King Outlets, can get a bite of the iconic WHOPPER and exciting new items on the menu


Tata and ThyssenKrupp agree steel merger Tata and ThyssenKrupp agree steel merger

The tie-up will lead to job losses, to be shared between the two companies


Menon seeks media cooperation to promote tourism Menon seeks media cooperation to promote tourism

He says media is a major tool to promote tourism and we need more cooperation from our mainstream media


Make-in-India plan: US defence firms want control over tech Make-in-India plan: US defence firms want control over tech

Lockheed offers to shift its F-16 production line to India from Fort Worth, Texas, and make it the sole factory worldwide if India orders 100 fighters


17,012 Panchagarh flood-hit farmers to get agri-inputs 17,012 Panchagarh flood-hit farmers to get agri-inputs

The government allocates Taka 2, 03, 27000 for 17,012 flood affected farmers in Panchagarh


Auckland petrol stations run out of fuel Auckland petrol stations run out of fuel

Fuel supplies to cars and planes in Auckland have been disrupted after the pipeline burst last week


Iran earns $400 million from seafood exports Iran earns $400 million from seafood exports

The amount is 14% higher compared with last year, according to the head of Iran’s Fisheries Organization


GM to recall 2.5 mn vehicles in China over Takata airbags GM to recall 2.5 mn vehicles in China over Takata airbags

Takata has recalled about 100 million airbags produced for some of the world's largest automakers, including about 70 million in the US


Hoarders behind rice price hike, govt increases OMS price Hoarders behind rice price hike

Some unscrupulous traders are increasing rice price through syndicate as they know the government do not have adequate stock of the staple item


Coarse rice being sold as miniket: Study Coarse rice being sold as miniket: Study

The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Planning Ministry suggests the government to launch a massive awareness campaign against the forgery


River water irrigation brings boon for Rajshahi farmers River water irrigation brings boon for Rajshahi farmers

The pipeline network of river water has so far freed more than 16,950 bigha of land from the irrigation coverage of 15 deep tube-wells


Chinese Foreign Minister talks up trade on Central America visit Chinese FM talks up trade on Central America visit

China already has close investment ties with Costa Rica, where it has built several major projects


Mexico-US trade would survive any NAFTA rupture: Mexico foreign minister Mexico-US trade would survive any NAFTA rupture

Mexico could put higher tariffs on US products, noting that apples from Arizona could face a 50 percent tariff to enter Mexico without NAFTA


Human rights 'at centre' of Vietnam-EU trade talks Human rights 'at centre' of Vietnam-EU trade talks

Vietnam's dismal human rights record flagged as a sticking point to finalising the deal


Google sued over gender discrimination Google sued over gender discrimination

The suit says Google is aware of the situation, but has not moved to fix it


Trump blocks sale of US tech firm to Chinese company Trump blocks sale to Chinese company

The order comes as the US has been toughening its stance on business dealings with China


Modi, Abe get India's first bullet train going as ties deepen Modi, Abe get India's first bullet train going as ties deepen

As New Delhi and Tokyo seek to forge closer ties to combat China's growing regional influence, the project offers a diplomatic and economic boost


Bill placed to allow 4 family members on board of banks Bill placed to allow 4 family members on board of banks

The Finance Minister says the MPs will have scope again to raise their remarks in this regard when the bill will be moved for passage in the House


IAA car show displays industry in throes of reinvention IAA car show displays industry in throes of reinvention

The auto industry has yet to atone fully for the "dieselgate" emissions cheating controversy


Tata Steel UK freed of pension fund liability Tata Steel UK freed of pension fund liability

Tata Steel UK has also agreed to sponsor a proposed new pension scheme, subject to certain qualifying conditions being met


Malaysia's palm stockpile rise 8.8 pct in August Malaysia's palm stockpile rise 8.8 pct in August

The stronger ringgit lately will also pressure the palm oil prices


China looks at ending sales of gasoline cars China looks at ending sales of gasoline cars

China is the biggest auto market by number of vehicles sold, giving any policy changes outsize importance for the global industry


BGMEA seeks one-year more to shift its headquarters BGMEA seeks one-year more to shift its headquarters

Siddiqur Rahman says BGMEA appealed to the court on August 23 for extension of the deadline


Facebook to invest $1bn in original TV content Facebook to invest $1bn in original TV content

The social media giant is willing to spend as much as $1 billion to cultivate original shows for its platform


China's factory gate inflation accelerates in August China's factory gate inflation accelerates in August

The August figure, which strong, is still well below the government's target of 3.0 percent


15 new 5-star hotels in next 3 years 15 new 5-star hotels in next 3 years

A large number of foreign buyers, diplomats, government and international agency employees, and business travellers visit Bangladesh regularly

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