Business News | Daily sun

Sri Lanka lifts ban on women buying, selling alcohol Sri Lanka lifts ban on women buying, selling alcohol

The ban had been in force since 1979, the early years of Sri Lanka embracing an open market economy


Yamaha motorcycle comes on command at CES event Yamaha motorcycle comes on command at CES event

The robot-ridden Yamaha motorcycle, called 'Motobot,' is fast but blind, relying on pre-programmed routes, according to Yamaha


Three-day Development Fair kicks off in Chittagong Three-day Development Fair kicks off in Chittagong

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina inaugurated the three-day Unnayan Mela through a video conference from her Gonobhaban residence


China's modern Silk Road hits political, financial hurdles China's modern Silk Road hits financial hurdles

From Pakistan to Tanzania to Hungary, projects under President Xi Jinping's signature "Belt and Road Initiative" are being canceled


Honey harvesting gains popularity in Rajshahi Honey harvesting gains popularity in Rajshahi

Farmers set up 7,500 bee-colonies near mustard fields in different villages, and got around 80 kg of honey from each colony in two weeks


CES 2018: Kodak soars on KodakCoin and Bitcoin mining plans Kodak soars on crypto-currency plans

It is part of a blockchain-based initiative to help photographers control their image rights


France signs deals with China but warns against 'pillaging' France signs deals with China but warns against 'pillaging'

Beijing praises Macron's decision to choose China for his first state visit to an Asian nation


32,340-kg honey collected in Jamalpur 32,340-kg honey collected in Jamalpur

Honey collectors set up 5,060 boxes in mustard field for collecting honey in the district during the current Robi season


Google sued over 'male discrimination' Google sued over 'male discrimination'

Google is also under investigation by the US Department of Labor over whether its pay practices fall foul of equal pay laws


Dior Paris fashion exhibition breaks 112-year record Dior Paris fashion exhibition breaks 112-year record

The six-month-long show ends on Sunday was the most popular ever held at the city's Museum of Decorative Arts


China aims to enable half of all new cars with AI by 2020 China aims to enable half of all new cars with AI by 2020

China is aiming to become a world leader in artificial intelligence by 2025, with an aim to grow its core AI industries to over 150 billion yuan


DITF draws large crowd on first weekend of New Year DITF draws large crowd on first weekend of New Year

Traders are happy and expressed satisfaction over the increasing trend of public gathering on Saturday


Tomato cultivation changes farmers' lifestyle in Rajshahi Tomato cultivation changes farmers' lifestyle in Rajshahi

The wholesale price of a maund of tomato is now about Taka 2,500 to Taka 3,000


DNCRP fines Tk 1.5 lakh at DITF DNCRP fines Tk 1.5 lakh at DITF

Md Anwar Hossain, a salesman of a food stall, says that unlike every year, this year's management is much better


Trade fair witnesses huge crowd on weekend Trade fair witnesses huge crowd

Like every year, stalls of food items, kitchen utensils, electronic appliances, ladies clothes and cosmetics experience the largest portion of crowd


China's Alibaba under fire over use of customer data China's Alibaba under fire over use of customer data

Alibaba automatically checks a box of users and hidden language showing they agreed to share their data


US imposes fresh sanctions on Iranian firms US imposes fresh sanctions on Iranian firms

The five designated companies are all subsidiaries of Iran’s Shahid Bakeri Industrial Group


Volvo Cars races to record sales in 2017 Volvo Cars races to record sales in 2017

In regional terms, sales grow by 20.9 percent in the Asia Pacific region, with sales in China alone up by as much as 25.8 percent



Medicinal cannabis: Australia aims to become top exporter Australia aims to be top cannabis exporter

The nation plans to change its regulations to join Canada and the Netherlands in selling products beyond a domestic market


Lentil farming on rise in Rajshahi region Lentil farming on rise in Rajshahi region

The farmers are showing more interest in lentil cultivation since they got its lucrative market price in the last couple of years


Google moved 16 bn euros to Bermuda to avoid tax: Bloomberg Google moved 16 bn euros to Bermuda to avoid tax: Bloomberg

Google uses two structures, known as a "Double Irish" and a "Dutch Sandwich", to shield the majority of its international profits from taxation


High yielding BARI mustard makes farmers happy, helps cut import High yielding BARI mustard makes farmers happy

Mustard fields which are now in full bloom across the vast tracts of land in Narsingdi have already worn eye catching yellow looks


Bidi workers vow to chase away BAT Bidi workers vow to chase away BAT

MK Bangali says the bidi industry has been put on the verge of ruin through a conspiracy, which has been going on for half a century


Explore new markets, improve quality of products: PM Explore new markets, improve quality of products: PM

PM Sheikh Hasina assures the businessmen of providing her government's all-out support to expand the export basket of Bangladeshi products


Baba Rafi opens outlet at DITF Baba Rafi opens outlet at DITF

Country’s leading conglomerate Bashundhara Group introduces the international food chain in Bangladesh to satisfy the local food lovers


Pharmaceutical products announced 'Products of the Year' Pharmaceutical products announced 'Products of the Year'

The Ministry of Commerce and the Export Promotion Bureau (EPB) organised the exposition to assist local entrepreneurs’ bag instant export orders


DITF to help diversify Bangladeshi products; improve quality: PM DITF to help diversify Bangladeshi products: PM

The Prime Minister says Bangladesh has now turned into an attractive destination for the foreign entrepreneurs, investors and importers


Abu Dhabi sees 16 per cent growth in hotel guests in November Abu Dhabi sees 16 pc growth in hotel guests in Nov

The UK is Europe’s largest market, witnessing 12 per cent growth to 2,44,000 while the US and Saudi Arabian markets have also recorded growth


Chinese manufacturing growth slows in December Chinese manufacturing growth slows in December

The index is based on a 100-point index on which the 50 mark divides expansion from contraction


Month-long DITF-2018 begins on January 1 Month-long DITF-2018 begins on Jan 1

The entire fair venue is under CC camera coverage to ensure safety and security of visitors


Banking transactions to remain closed Sunday Banking transactions to remain closed Sunday

Transactions of all banks will remain closed tomorrow (Sunday) as it is the last day of 2017. "Banking…


Month-long Dhaka International Trade Fair-2018 begins on January 1 Dhaka International Trade Fair-2018 begins on Jan 1

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is expected to inaugurate the 23rd trade fair organized jointly by the commerce ministry and Export Promotion Bureau


Oil prices rise as 2017 draws a close Oil prices rise as 2017 draws a close

Oil prices post solid gains on Friday


Mustard fields wear eye catching looks in Gaibandha Mustard fields wear eye catching looks in Gaibandha

DAE targets 9,087 tonnes of mustard from a total of 6,990 hectares of land of all the seven upazilas of the district


London stocks end year on record high London stocks end year on record high

The benchmark index of blue-chip shares is boosted once again by strong mining stocks, and closed at 1230 GMT, up 0.9 percent at a new closing high


Exmo Bitcoin exchange manager kidnapped in Kiev Bitcoin exchange manager kidnapped in Kiev

Mr Lerner is a prominent Russian blockchain expert


Govt specialized fish market opened at Jatrabari BFDC opens specialized fish market in capital

"The objective of the project is to modernize fisheries landing and marketing, now being done in an unhygienic environment," says Narayan Chandra


Textile Directorate made as Department Textile Directorate made as Department

Public administration ministry creates 83 new posts for the Textile Department including one post for director general


South Korea, US to hold talks on revising trade deal on January 5 S Korea, US to hold talks on revising trade deal

The decision comes after Seoul in October agreed it was open to talks on revising the two countries’ bilateral trade deal

‹ Start  < 18 19 20 21 22 >  End ›
Top