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China cracks down on foreign spending sprees By AFP | Last Updated: 19th August, 2017, 18:22

The new rules announce Friday by the government which had previously encouraged overseas spending sprees

China cracks down on foreign spending sprees

US to review China intellectual property policies US launches China trade policy inquiry

China has voiced "serious concern" over the inquiry, which could result in US trade sanctions


Fitch upgrade Greece debt, sees steady improvement Fitch upgrade Greece debt, sees steady improvement

The "reduced political risk, sustained GDP growth and additional fiscal measures legislated to take effect through 2020"


Tk 1725cr railway project eyes to boost BD-India connectivity Tk 1725cr railway project eyes to boost BD-India connectivity

BotBangladesh and India have put emphasis on boosting connectivity through railway for passengers and transportation of goods


Fresh move on to bring multinational companies to share market Fresh move on to bring multinational companies to share market

The regulation is three years for banks and insurance companies once they become public limited companies


Bourses see mix trend in early hours Bourses see mix trend in early hours

DSEX, the prime index of the DSE, went down by 1.78 points to 5,881.45 points


Japan trade surplus shrinks in July Japan trade surplus shrinks in July

Imports grew 16.3 percent for a seventh monthly rise, boosted mainly by higher bills for liquefied natural gas and coal


Both DSE, CSE witness fall Both DSE, CSE witness fall

DSEX, the benchmark index of DSE, shed over 26.20 points or 0.44 percent to 5,895.38


Asian shares mixed after US indexes take small losses Asian shares mixed after US indexes take small losses

The dollar edged up to 110.67 yen from Tuesday's 110.66 yen while the euro was little-changed at $1.1737


China's debt on a 'dangerous trajectory': IMF China's debt on a 'dangerous trajectory': IMF

The IMF maintains its forecast of 6.7 percent growth for this year


Tokyo shares rebound on easing North Korea fears Tokyo shares rebound on easing North Korea fears

Tokyo shares rebounded Tuesday after four days of losses, as fears over a US-North Korea military conflict began to recede


Asian stocks rise after Koreas, US make diplomatic overtures Asian stocks rise after Koreas, US make diplomatic overtures

The dollar rose to 110.19 yen from 109.57 yen late Monday in Asia while the euro fell to $1.1784 from $1.1816


Myanmar can export power, gas to Dhaka: Nasrul Myanmar can export power, gas to Dhaka: Nasrul

The state minister also says he has discussion on power and energy issue along with the mutual interests


Asia shares mostly up, Nikkei falls as yen gains vs dollar   Asia shares mostly up, Nikkei falls as yen gains vs dollar

The dollar rises to 109.42 yen from 109.19 yen


US stocks snap 3-day losing streak in roller coaster week   US stocks snap 3-day losing streak in roller coaster week

The recovery fit a recent pattern of investors using dips to put more money in stocks


Guam tourism sees silver lining in North Korean threats Guam tourism sees silver lining in North Korean threats

Pyongyang's threats to launch four missile strikes near the US territory has stirred global curiosity in the remote Pacific destination

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