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Samsung, LG products to be produced locally: Tofail Samsung, LG products to be produced locally: Tofail

He also says apart from the Korean Export Processing Zone (KEPZ), the Korean investors would also invest in Special Economic Zones (SEZs)


3-day mega expo on power, solar power to begin on Thursday Int’l expo on power, solar power at ICCB

Event management firm - CEMS - will organize the mega expo on power generation and transmission, solar power and renewable energy


New GE chief vows turnaround after 'unacceptable' results New GE chief vows turnaround after 'unacceptable' results

Flannery has vowed a comprehensive plan at a November 13 investor day for rousing growth at the 125-year-old company


Senate passes budget framework for tax reform Senate passes budget framework for tax reform

The Senate plan, approved on a 51-49 vote, calls for $473 billion in cuts from Medicare over 10 years and more than $1 trillion from Medicaid


Bangladesh can be top medicine exporting country in 10 yrs Bangladesh can be top medicine exporting country

Technical feat and quality of Bangladeshi medicines are best in the world, except for some countries of Europe, America and Japan, speaker says


Bashundhara Paper Mills IPO cut-off price fixed at Tk 80 Bashundhara Paper Mills IPO cut-off price fixed at Tk 80

The total 474 eligible investors bid for 27, 86, 29,700 shares during the bidding that ended on Thursday


Walton Digital Campaign turns into a festive mood Walton Digital Campaign turns into a festive mood

On October 2, Walton kicked off its new initiative of storing the details of the sold appliances with customers’ name and contact numbers


PayPal starts operation in Bangladesh today PayPal starts operation in Bangladesh today

Sajeeb Wazed Joy, information & communication technology (ICT) adviser to the PM Hasina, will inaugurate the international gateway for online payment


Rio Tinto charged with fraud by US authorities Rio Tinto charged with fraud by US

The firm was also fined £27m by UK authorities for breaching disclosure rules over the African coal purchase


Petrobangla inks deal with HSMPL for LNG terminal at Kutubdia Petrobangla inks deal with HSMPL for LNG terminal at Kutubdia

Representatives and officials concerned of the organizations were also present


Brexit negotiations should accelerate, say May and Juncker Brexit deal efforts 'should accelerate'

A new report suggests that leaving the EU without a trade deal would lead to a significant rise in living costs for millions of people


Mercedes says recalls 400,000 UK cars on airbag fault Mercedes says recalls 400,000 UK cars on airbag fault

The company says it is recalling 400,000 UK cars owing to a fault that may deploy an airbag by error


Bashundhara Group, Korean MTS company reach agreement Bashundhara Group, Korean MTS company reach agreement

Bashundhara Group is now looking forward to invest in heavy engineering industry


Saudi could limit initial Aramco IPO to Riyadh exchange Saudi could limit initial Aramco IPO to Riyadh exchange

The kingdom concentrates on diversification, including plans to introduce value-added tax as well as the Aramco IPO


Kim Jong Un builds his own 'Mar-a-Lago' as North Korean people starve Kim Jong Un builds his own 'Mar-a-Lago'

The rogue leader has been building a knockoff Spanish resort in the seaside town of Wonsan, a vacation spot


Rohingya influx boosts local business in Cox’s Bazar Rohingya influx boosts local business in Cox’s Bazar

Both locals and Rohingya people were seen setting up small shops in the camp areas and selling products -- be it snack or wood to fire the ovens


China's trade growth accelerates in September   China's trade growth accelerates in September

China's global trade surplus in September shrank 38.6 percent from the same time last year to $28.5 billion


Brexit: EU 'to prepare' for future trade talks with UK EU 'to prepare for Brexit trade talks'

The draft paper submitted to the 27 EU states by European Council president Donald Tusk, suggests free trade talks could open in December


Samsung Electronics CEO resigns over 'unprecedented crisis' Samsung Electronics CEO resigns

It is the latest management upheaval at the firm after the heir of the entire Samsung Group was imprisoned for corruption in August


IMF: 'Fluid' situation for banks after Catalan declaration IMF: 'Fluid' situation for banks after Catalan declaration

Despite the turmoil, IMF officials said overall Spain's banks are stable, based on a very recent assessment by the Fund


5mn tonne diesel import from India gets go-ahead 5mn tonne diesel import from India gets go-ahead

The import will start after the construction of a 130-km cross-border ‘Indo-Bangla Friendship Pipeline’ of which a 125-km one lies in Bangladesh


Bidding for IPO pricing to be held Oct 16-19 Bidding for IPO pricing to be held Oct 16-19

Bashundhara Paper Mills has already received the permission from Bangladesh Securities and Exchange Commission (BSEC) to conduct the bidding process


UN bans 4 ships from global ports for violating N Korea sanctions UN bans ships violating N Korea sanctions

The UN Security Council expanded sanctions on North Korea last month in response to Pyongyang's sixth and largest nuclear test yet


PayPal to launch services in Bangladesh on October 19 PayPal to launch services in Bangladesh on Oct 19

Prime Minister’s ICT Adviser Sajeeb Wazed Joy will inaugurate the service on the second day of the ICT Expo 2017 scheduled to commence on October 18


Price fall in large-cap drives stocks down Price fall in large-cap drives stocks down

The falling major sectors were textile, insurance and bank


Average US gas prices fall 7 cents thanks to crude costs Average US gas prices fall 7 cents thanks to crude costs

The U.S. average diesel price is $2.76, down a penny from two weeks ago


Sudan eyes economic revival as US lifts sanctions Sudan eyes economic revival as US lifts sanctions

Economic conditions in Sudan have been mired in persistent fiscal deficits, high inflation and the trade embargo imposed by Washington in 1997


Bashundhara to supply cement to Metro Rail project Bashundhara to supply cement to Metro Rail project

Bashundhara Cement chosen for the Metro Rail project owing to its superior quality and speciality in production through VRM technology


Business manoeuvres pressure Catalonia in crisis Business manoeuvres pressure Catalonia in crisis

The impact on the region can grow with a knock-on effect on banks’ various subsidiaries, insurers and property firms


First head rolls at Ryanair after pilot scheduling fiasco

Ryanair's top operations boss resigns

Michael Hickey will be the first executive to leave the company after a rostering error led to the cancellation of thousands of flights


Japan firm fined for excessive overtime Japan firm fined for excessive overtime

Dentsu's workplace practices have come under scrutiny after a young employee killed herself in 2015


Prices of chili, vegetables on rise Rice price still high

Against the backdrop of the rice price hike, prices of green chili, onion, ginger and vegetables have marked a sharp rise this week


Harvest of short duration Aman rice continues in Rangpur region Harvest of short duration Aman rice continues in Rangpur region

Farmers have cultivated Aman on over 5.93 lakh hectares of land exceeding the fixed target of bringing 5.26 lakh hectares of land.


BERC hearing on cutting power prices Thursday BERC hearing on cutting power prices Thursday

BERC Chairman Monowar Islam reveales the matter on Wednesday after hearing a separate proposal from Northern Electricity Supply Company (Nesco)


Why big brand perfumes may be losing their allure

Why big brand perfumes losing allure

He is convinced that there is a growing appetite for "something more personal that other people don't have"


Tofail seeks more Indian investments to reduce trade gap Tofail seeks more Indian investments to reduce trade gap

He says Indian investments and diversifying export products of Bangladesh can help reduce this gap


Vijay Mallya gets bail shortly after his arrest in UK Vijay Mallya gets bail shortly after his arrest in UK

Vijay Mallya has been arrested in London for the second time in a money laundering case. He was earlier arrested in April this year


Around 55 new private cars hit the streets everyday in the country Around 55 new private cars hit the streets everyday in the country

The number of total private passenger cars in the country is 3,24,701


Benapole land port back into business after 6 days Benapole land port back into business after 6 days

Trucks carrying imported goods start entering Benapole from India from 8am

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