ADB keen on investment in northeast region By Staff Correspondent | Last Updated: 9th September, 2019, 00:00

Asian Development Bank (ADB) seeks to make huge investment in developing northeast Bangladesh economic corridor development, which it says will multiply the region’s income. The Manilla-based lender…

ADB keen on investment

in northeast region

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