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Bangladesh, Qatar central banks sign MoU to enhance cooperation Bangladesh, Qatar central banks ink MoU on cooperation

Bangladesh foreign minister and Qatar central bank governor holds fruitful talks on further bolstering cooperation between the two central banks


4G service from July: BTRC 4G service from July: BTRC

All kinds of processes to provide 4G licence to the mobile operators will be completed by the current month


Bangladesh keen on Cox’s Bazar-Kunming air connectivity BD keen on Cox’s Bazar-Kunming air connectivity

Bangladesh formally joins Chinese President Xi Jinping's 'Road and Belt Initiative'


One-Stop Service Act for promoting investment approved One-Stop Service Act for promoting investment approved

Under the law entrepreneurs or investors having registered companies will get 16 types of services from the one-stop service centre


Gold price opens lower in Hong Kong Gold price opens lower in Hong Kong

The gold price in Hong Kong goes down 2 Hong Kong dollars to open at 11,450 dollars


Russia, Saudi eye extending oil output reduction deal Russia, Saudi eye extending oil output reduction deal

The producer coalition is determined to do whatever it takes to achieve target of bringing stock levels back to the five-year average


Cabinet okays One-Stop Service Act to promote investment Cabinet okays One-Stop Service Act to promote investment

The one-stop service would be delivered to both local and foreign investors and the service would be given centrally and regionally


Gold prices dropped in local market Gold prices dropped

Bangladesh Jewellers’ Association on Sunday fixed the prices new prices of gold that showed per bhari (11.664 grams) price dropped by Tk 1,167


Dhaka hosts int’l food processing expo in November Dhaka hosts int’l food processing expo in November

Bangladesh Agro-Processors’ Association (BAPA) discloses it at a press conference at Dhaka Club in the capital on Sunday


VAT may harm real estate sector VAT may harm real estate sector

Some 12 lakh out of 16 crore people in the country give tax but the rest are out of the tax net, which cannot be acceptable


Civil society forum calls for giving emphasis on direct tax Civil society forum calls for giving emphasis on direct tax

The forum places 13 recommendations to improve the fiscal regime taking examples from neighbouring countries


11,630 hectares of land brought under jute cultivation 11,630 hectares of land brought under jute cultivation

The department also imparts training to the farmers to make them acquainted with the modern methods of Jute cultivation


Asian Development Bank set to double its loan size for Bangladesh ADB set to double its loan size for Bangladesh

As of 31 March 2017, ADB's projects under implementation for Bangladesh comprised 90 loans and grants amounting to $7.6 billion


Bangladesh to share bandwidth with East Asian countries Bangladesh to share bandwidth with East Asian countries

The proposed undersea cable from Cox's Bazaar to Sittwe of Myanmar requires a cost of $25 million and nearly six months for installation


India becomes no. 1 two-wheeler market, overtakes China India becomes no. 1 two-wheeler market, overtakes China

The country has sold 17.7 million two-wheelers in 2016, against China's sales of 16.8 million two-wheelers


ADB to set up trust fund to integrate high-level technology and innovative soluations    ADB fund soon to integrate HTL, innovative solutions

ADB intends to enhance its use of HLT in areas such as climate change, smart grids, mass energy storage, energy efficiency and renewable energy


15pc VAT rate higher than most S Asian countries 15pc VAT rate higher than most S Asian countries

India, Nepal, Sri-Lanka, Maldives, Bhutan, Vietnam, Cambodia, Indonesia and Myanmar are collecting 8-13 percent VAT under their uniform VAT structures


7th Social Business Day July 28-29 7th Social Business Day July 28-29

Global social leaders, entrepreneurs and academics will participate in the event, according to Yunus Centre


Spain probes ex-HSBC executives over money laundering Spain probes ex-HSBC executives over money laundering

The "Swissleaks" scandal has triggered the opening of proceedings in France,Spain, Belgium and Argentina


Demand for gold plunges after Trump win: data Demand for gold plunges after Trump win: data

Global gold demand has fallen 18 percent in the first quarter from a year earlier


Germans hit brakes on car-buying in April Germans hit brakes on car-buying in April

All German manufacturers see lower sales last month, with double-digit drops for luxury BMW and Mercedes as well as generalists Volkswagen and Opel


Gold, silver extend fall on global cues Gold, silver extend fall on global cues

The US Federal Reserve is expected to hold interest rates steady after concluding its ongoing two-day meeting


Google Docs users hit by phishing scam Google Docs users hit by phishing scam

    Google says it has stopped a phishing email that reached about a million of its customers.…


Country expects 400 female garments owners': Chumki Country expects 400 female garments owners': Chumki

She says there is no reason to feel complacent over the growing numbers of female garments workers as many important posts of the state


Nahid for promoting textile education Nahid for promoting textile education

He urges the students of the university to continue their studies with dedication


Bangladeshi businesses invited in 'Textiles India 2017' in Gujarat Bangladeshi businesses invited in 'Textiles India 2017'

A SRTEPC delegation comprising its chairman and vice-chairman invite the Bangladeshi businessmen at a meeting in Dhaka Tuesday


Apple delivers higher profits, but iPhone sales slip Apple delivers higher profits, but iPhone sales slip

iPhone sales dipped slightly compared with a year ago to 50.8 million units, below most forecasts for the key profit machine for Apple


Over 1.10 crore MT potato to be produced in current fiscal, says Matia Chowdhury Over 1.10 crore MT potato to be produced in current fiscal: Matia

Matia Chowdhury says the government has taken various steps for accelerating this advancement


Walton makes revolutionary changes in TV technology Walton makes revolutionary changes in TV technology

A total of 28 patents of LED TV in different areas, developed by Walton engineers, are under approval process


Stocks open downward on Sunday Stocks open downward on Sunday

The top five gainers of the day were Standard Ceramics, Daffodil Computers, Reliance Insurance, BDCOM and Prime Insurance Company


Meat traders suspend strike plan from first Ramadan Meat traders won't go on strike

The BMMA president Rabiul Alam made the announcement at a press conference at Dhaka Reporter's Unity (DRU) around 11:30 am Sunday


Mango growers promote fruit bagging tech in Rajshahi Mango growers promote fruit bagging tech in Rajshahi

Some private organizations have procured the specialized bags from China for supplying those to the farmers at a cost of Taka 3-4 per bag


Capital markets need to be flourished for sustainable development Capital markets need to be flourished for sustainable development

Speakers say providing long-term loans by taking short-term deposits is risky for the economy


US economic growth rate hits three-year low US growth hits three-year low

GDP expanded at an annual rate of 0.7% in the first quarter - the slowest rate since the first quarter of 2014


Sony returns to black on healthy chip, game, battery sales  Sony returns to black on healthy chip, game, battery sales

Last year, the Tokyo-based company has incurred an 88 billion yen loss


Govt takes steps to keep dollar price stable: Tofail Dollar price to be kept stable

"Ramadan is ahead, many essential commodities are being imported and if the value of dollar goes up the prices of such commodities will be increased"


Nokia Q1 loss slightly down, sales stagnant Nokia Q1 loss slightly down, sales stagnant

The company's net sales fall slightly in the quarter to 5.4 billion euros from 5.5 billion euros in the first quarter in 2016


Samsung foresees bigger profit in 2017 as memory chips soar Samsung foresees bigger profit in 2017 as memory chips soar

Nearly two-thirds of Samsung's operating income during the first quarter was generated by its semiconductor business


Walton to produce multilayer motherboard Walton to produce multilayer motherboard

Walton has taken an initiative to produce multilayer motherboard and announced to manufacture mobile…

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