Corporate corner | 2019-07-19

Corporate corner

19 July, 2019 12:00 AM printer

Corporate corner

FCB Bitopi Managing Director Sarah Ali and Unilever Bangladesh Marketing Director Tanzeen Ferdous Alam cut a cake to celebrate the founding anniversary of the company in the capital recently.


Chinese shipping containers are stored beside a US flag after they were unloaded at the Port of Los Angeles in Long Beach, California. Fears that President Donald Trump's trade wars will harm the economy are pervasive, but for now, America keeps chugging along with steady job creation and tame inflation, the Federal Reserve reported on Wednesday.


A woman walks past a sale sign at a shopping district in Seoul on Thursday. South Korea's central bank on Thursday, cut its key interest rate for the first time in three years as the economy struggles to rebound at a time of sluggish global growth and with the country embroiled in a trade spat with Japan.


Sudanese women shop at Abul Fadel shopping centre in Khartoum on Wednesday. Sudan's ruling generals and protesters inked a deal on Wednesday aimed at installing a civilian administration and breaking months of political deadlock, but the country's fragile economy has already been hard hit by months of mass protests which led to the military council's toppling of longtime president Omar al-Bashir in April. The country imported goods worth some $3.4 billion in the first six months of 2019, while exports fell from around two billion dollars to $1.82 billion according to the central bank.


Dhaka University Business Studies Faculty Dean Prof Shibli Rubayat Ul Islam and Mutual Trust Bank Deputy Managing Director Syed Rafiqul Haq launch the MTB-DU Visa Signature and Platinum Credit Card at a function in the capital recently.


Passengers are seen in the Nanjing Railway Station in Nanjing, Jiangsu province on Thursday. China will take targeted measures to implement production halts on high energy-consuming industrial companies in a bid to encourage more environmentally friendly production, the Economic Information Daily reported Thursday.


(FILES) In this file photo taken on May 21, 2019 The setting sun is reflected in the office buildings of the City of London on May 21, 2019. Britain will slide into a year-long recession should it leave the European Union without a deal with Brussels, the government's official forecaster said on July 18, 2019.