BARVIDA for reevaluating ‘Automobile Industry Development Policy 2020’ By BSS | Last Updated: 19th September, 2020, 20:00

The BARVIDA leaders welcomed the initiative of formulating the Automobile Industry Development Policy 2020

BARVIDA for reevaluating ‘Automobile Industry Development Policy 2020’

Philip Kotler's E-World Marketing Summit 2020 in November Philip Kotler's E-World Marketing Summit 2020 in November

This is the first time in history that such a large World Marketing Summit 2020 is going to be held


ADB vows to work with Asia for recovery from COVID-19 ADB vows to work with Asia for recovery from COVID-19

As the region moves forward toward recovery, Asakawa said ADB will build on its relationship with its members to support them in six key areas


Coronavirus: Singapore and Thailand added to England's 'quarantine-free' list Singapore and Thailand on 'quarantine-free' list

Both have also been added to Wales' quarantine list, while arrivals there from Gibraltar and Thailand will not need to self-isolate


 Donors give $4bn to ADB’s grant funds Donors give $4bn to ADB’s grant funds

Total resources are allocated between ADF 13 and TASF 7: about $3.5 billion and about $0.5 billion, respectively


Bashundhara Group secures Tk 7,000m in syndicated loan Bashundhara Group secures Tk 7,000m in syndicated loan

Bashundhara Group MD hails banking support for corporate expansion and country’s economic development


Covid pushes New Zealand into worst recession in years Covid pushes New Zealand into worst recession

The economy is likely to be a key issue in next month's election, which was delayed after an unexpected spike in Covid-19 cases in August


ADB set to begin 2nd of stage of annual meeting ADB set to begin 2nd of stage of annual meeting

Full list of webinars and meetings will be available on the dedicated website


65.5pc social safety beneficiaries non-poor 65.5pc social safety beneficiaries non-poor

The study has been conducted in four poverty-stricken districts-- Kurigram, Rangpur, Gaibandha and Nilphamari


Bangladesh a country of investment potentials: Nasrul Bangladesh a country of investment potentials: Nasrul

State Minister for Power Energy and Mineral Resources addresses a virtual dialogue  


Walton Inverter AC alluring global buyers Walton Inverter AC alluring global buyers

Bangladeshi brand Walton’s produced sophisticated air conditioners are reaching different countries as well as winning the customers’ faith rapidly


Govt importing onion from Turkey, Egypt Govt importing onion from Turkey, Egypt

Government has decided to import onion from multiple sources to ensure enough supply of the popular cooking ingredient


BEPZA produces Tk 6.5bn export in FY-20 BEPZA produces Tk 6.5bn export in FY-20

The corona pandemic has caused disruptions to global trade and business and Bangladesh has been equally affected by this contagion as well


US China tariffs violated trade rules, WTO says US China tariffs violated trade rules, WTO says

The Trump administration, which has repeatedly criticised the WTO, may appeal the decision


Cement sector CBA leaders appreciate Bashundhara Group Cement sector CBA leaders appreciate Bashundhara Group

CBA is an organisational process to stand by the labour of any organisation following the local laws


Sharad Pawar urges Indian govt to lift ban on onion export Sharad Pawar urges Indian govt to lift ban on onion export

Pawar said the commerce minister has assured him that he will reconsider the ban in consultation with the Union Ministry of Commerce


Hili onion importers suffer as India bans export Hili onion importers suffer as India bans export

Onion importers, who use Hili port for importing from India, say they are in trouble after Delhi’s suddenly banned export


Xinjiang: US to block some exports citing China's human rights abuses US blocks some exports from China's Xinjiang

The move is the latest by the Trump administration to put pressure on China over the situation in Xinjiang


Singapore distributes Covid contact-tracing tokens

Singapore distributes Covid contact-tracing tokens

Singapore government figures have long acknowledged that those numbers need to increase to make the app and the token effective


India bans export of onions again India bans export of onions again

The ban includes Bangalore rose onions and Krishnapuram onions, reports The Economics Times


Stocks fall after volatile trading Stocks fall after volatile trading

DSEX, the key index of the DSE, went down by 1.91 points


Leather workers to get Tk 7,100 minimum wage Leather workers to get Tk 7,100 minimum wage

The last minimum wages for the sector was Tk 3,652 in 2013 which has increased by Tk 3,448 in new wage board


Durga Puja: 1,450 tonnes hilsa to be exported to India Durga Puja: 1,450 tonnes hilsa to be exported to India

Bangladesh is going to export 1,450 tonnes of hilsa to India on the eve of Durga Puja, the biggest religious festival of the Hindu community


Australian govt announces business partnership in Bangladesh Australian govt announces business partnership in Bangladesh

The BPP is a flagship initiative of the Australian Government


Amazon hiring 100,000 employees Amazon hiring 100,000 employees

Business has been booming for the Seattle-based online behemoth


B2B link most effective for RMG B2B link most effective for RMG

Says BGMEA president Rubana Huq
 


UK signs first major post-Brexit trade deal with Japan UK and Japan in first major post-Brexit trade deal

International Trade Secretary Liz Truss says it was a "historic moment"


Bashundhara Group Managing Director lauds cement dealers Bashundhara MD lauds cement dealers

For showing good performance despite corona pandemic


Want to have watermelon? Don’t wait for the season! Want to have watermelon? Don’t wait for the season!

They cultivated watermelon on bamboo platforms near fish enclosures and brought a marked change in their fate


Rio Tinto chief to quit over Aboriginal cave destruction Rio Tinto chief to quit over Aboriginal cave destruction

In May, the world's biggest iron ore miner destroyed two ancient caves in Pilbara, Western Australia


Peloton sales surge as virus boosts home workouts Peloton sales surge as virus boosts home workouts

Those members are also working out more - averaging more than 24 workouts per month, compared to 12 one year ago


DSE surpasses 5000-mark DSE surpasses 5000-mark

With a huge gain of 39.60 points


Bashundhara LP Gas partners with Meghna Petroleum Bashundhara LP Gas partners with Meghna Petroleum

To establish stations, supply autogas across the country


Brexit: UK and EU set for emergency talks as tensions rise UK and EU set for emergency talks as tensions rise

Meanwhile, trade talks between the UK's Brexit negotiator Lord Frost and his EU counterpart Michel Barnier continue


Covid vaccine: 8,000 jumbo jets needed to deliver doses globally, says IATA World vaccine delivery 'will need 8,000 jumbo jets'

The equivalent of 8,000 Boeing 747s will be needed, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) has said


Stocks red from profit booking Stocks red from profit booking

DSEX, the key index of the DSE, dropped 6.64 points


Early winter vegetable farming gains momentum

Early winter vegetable farming gains momentum

Farmers are interested in cultivating the early varieties of winter vegetables as these are more profitable than other crops


India’s auto sales expected to decline by 30pc: Moody’s
India’s auto sales expected to decline by 30pc: Moody’s

'The coronavirus-driven downturn in unit sales is significantly worse than the 2009 decline'


Energypac delivers 16 marine engines to Bashundhara Group

Energypac delivers 16 marine engines to Bashundhara Group

The deal has solidified the relationship between the two industry giants, opening brighter prospects for their future ventures


No tax fair this year due to Covid-19 No tax fair this year due to Covid-19

Instead of the tax fair, officials say, the NBR will observe a tax week for the taxpayers' return submission

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