BIDA adds three more services to its One Stop Service By BSS | Last Updated: 12th August, 2020, 17:38

Bangladesh Investment Development Authority (BIDA) has added three more services to its One Stop Service

BIDA adds three more services to its One Stop Service

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The suggestions include floating of bonds by the state-owned organisations in power sector


India, AIIB sign 329 mln USD loan agreement for western Gujarat's rural roads India, AIIB sign 329 mln USD loan agreement for western Gujarat's rural roads

The project would benefit about 8 million people in the state by providing all weather road connectivity to 1,060 villages in 33 districts


US unemployment rate hits 16-year low US jobs report beats expectations

In July, the unemployment rate falls to 4.3% as expected, matching the 16-year low also seen back in May of this year


Sri Lanka's Supreme Court shoots down tax reforms Sri Lanka's Supreme Court shoots down tax reforms

If the government wins the referendum it can bring the bill before parliament


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  Asian stock markets were mixed Friday as investors awaited the monthly U.S. jobs report and developments…


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The rupee, which strengthened further against the dollar to trade at a fresh two-year high of 63.65, failed to enthuse sentiment


Apple drives Dow above 22,000 even as other stocks struggle   Apple drives Dow above 22,000 even as other stocks struggle

The dollar rises to 110.61 yen from 110.30 yen while the euro edges up to $1.1860 from $1.1801


Global stocks rise as Dow ends at another record Global stocks rise as Dow ends at another record

The Dow rose 0.3 percent to 21,963.92, its fifth straight record, after getting to within 10 points of hitting 22,000 for the first time


Oil producer BP says 2Q earnings slip 5 percent Oil producer BP says 2Q earnings slip 5 percent

Net income totaled $1.44 billion, compared with a year-earlier loss of $1.42 million after oil and gas prices rose


Asian stocks climb as more economic, earnings data due Asian stocks climb as more economic, earnings data due

The dollar slips to 110.10 yen from 110.26 yen while the euro dips to $1.1830 from $1.1841


DSE index reaches new high DSE index reaches new high

DSEX finishes the day with 58.61 points up at 5,860.65 which are the highest after introducing the DSEX on January 27, 2013


Industries ministry plans to reward successful projects Industries ministry plans to reward successful projects

He also asks the officials concerned to start project works from beginning of the financial year


Oxfam ties up with local firm to support marginal farmers Oxfam ties up with local firm to support marginal farmers

It takes steps to help Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) expedite their loans and grants for marginalized farmers and women


DSE, CSE up in early hours DSE, CSE up in early hours

DSEX, the prime index of Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE), goes up by 24.66 points or 0.42 percent to stand at 5,826.70


Asian shares mixed as investors on corporate earnings watch   Asian shares mixed as investors on corporate earnings watch

The dollar falls to 110.44 Japanese yen from 110.67 yen on Friday while tthe euro slips to $1.1742 from $1.1756


Arab states expected to impose more sanctions on Qatar Arab states expected to impose more sanctions on Qatar

Turkey and Iran have stepped in to provide fresh produce, poultry and dairy products to Qatar instead of Saudi Arabia


Europe battles Google News over 'snippet tax' proposal Europe battles Google News over 'snippet tax' proposal

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Government to import 4,000 Million Cubic Feet gas per day in few years Govt to import 4,000 Million Cubic Feet gas per day

The demand for energy consumption is driven by growth of industrialization, modernization of agriculture sector and transformation of rural economy


World Bank to provide $570 m to improve health service, public procurement WB to provide $570 m to improve health service, public procurement

These two projects will help further progress towards better health outcomes and optimal use of public resources


Sri Lanka to sign deal on Hambantota port with China Sri Lanka to sign deal on Hambantota port with China

The deal has been delayed by several months over concerns that the port could be used by the Chinese military


Global stocks hit skids as corporate results disappoint Global stocks hit skids as corporate results disappoint

Wall Street recovers from early losses, but still felt the impact of downbeat results at the end of the week


Banks burdened with huge foreign loan Banks burdened with huge foreign loan

Experts in banking sector who attend the programme say the burden of foreign loans, if not paid regularly, will destabilise the local currency market


NBR to continue online VAT registration NBR to continue online VAT registration

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The DSE benchmark index, DSEX gains 3.03 points or 0.05 percent to reach 5,827.46


New MPS aims to control inflation New MPS aims to control inflation

The new policy lowers the credit growth targets for both private and public sectors and recommended adjustment of interest rates of banks and NSC


Asian markets track Wall St records as energy firms rally Asian markets track Wall St records as energy firms rally

Improving demand and the weakening dollar helped fuel a jump in copper prices to five-month peaks


German business confidence reaches new record high German business confidence reaches new record high

Germany's economy is the largest in the 19-country eurozone


Asian stock indexes mixed amid caution on earnings, politics Asian stock indexes mixed amid caution on earnings, politics

The euro rises to $1.1646 from $1.1644 while the climbs up ticked up to 111.14 Japanese yen from 111.10 yen


Bangladesh Bank heist: Rakesh Asthana remains a mystery BB heist: Rakesh Asthana remains a mystery

The Bangladesh Bank assigned World Informatix Cyber Security managing director Rakesh Asthana immediately…


Asian shares mostly lower as attention turns to Fed meeting Asian shares mostly lower as attention turns to Fed meeting

The euro rises to $ 1.1672 from $1.1639. while the dollar slides to 110.94 yen from 111.55 yen late Friday in Asia


REB faces Tk 880cr loss in FY 2016-17 REB faces Tk 880cr loss in FY 2016-17

The REB is planning to construct 50,000 km distribution lines as well as 80 sub-stations for ensuring the 100 percent electricity in 460 upazilas


Both DSE, CSE open optimistic Both DSE, CSE open optimistic

DSEX, the prime index of the Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE), risees by 8.55 points or 0.14 percent to reach 5,791.03


Govt mulls costly well drilling by foreign cos Govt mulls costly well drilling by foreign cos

Around Tk 2,000 crore has been estimated for drilling 28 gas wells under the Gas Development Fund (GDF)


US stocks dip with energy prices; European stocks sink   US stocks dip with energy prices; European stocks sink

The price of US crude oil falls 2.5 percent and pulls energy stocks lower


IMF approves $1.8 bn loan for Greece 'in principle' IMF approves $1.8 bn loan for Greece 'in principle'

The IMF announced in June that it would revive the seldom-used option of approving a loan


US-China trade rifts resurface as the 2 sides begin meeting US-China trade rifts resurface as the 2 sides begin meeting

The Trump administration is considering slapping tariffs on steel imports, a step that risks igniting a trade war


Dhaka Stock Exchange,Chittagong Stock Exchange witness fall DSE, CSE witness fall

DSEX, the benchmark index of DSE, sheds over 7.05 points or 0.12 percent to 5812.21 at 12:43 pm


Dollar struggles in Asia as Hong Kong gains for eighth day Dollar struggles in Asia as Hong Kong gains for eighth day

While Shanghai rise 0.4 percent Wednesday it has suffered volatile trading in recent weeks as leaders try to address a debt crisis in the country.


Bangladesh will be self-sufficient in fish next year, says Sayedul Self-sufficiency in fish production next year: Sayedul

Bangladesh needs 42 lakh tonnes fish in a year to meet its annual demand with daily per capita requirement of 60 grams

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