Corporate Corner

1 April, 2020 12:00 AM printer

Corporate Corner

Social Islami Bank Deputy Managing Director Md Sirajul Hoque hands over medical equipment to Regent Hospital Managing 
Director Md Mizanur Rahman at a function in the capital on Tuesday.


This photo taken on Monday shows employees working on a battery production line at a factory in Huaibei in China's eastern Anhui province. Factory activity in China rebounded in March from a record low, according to official data released on Tuesday, returning to expansion territory while the coronavirus pandemic continues to devastate the global economy.


This picture taken recently shows shops in the Turkish capital Ankara closed as a result of Turkish government's bid to stop the spread of the COVID-19 infection caused by the novel coronavirus. The Turkish economy was healing after a recession when the new coronavirus struck, leaving Ankara scrambling to contain the damage with stimulus measures worth billions and facing demands to do much more.


A man walks in an industrial estate in Burgos on Monday, on the day that all non-essential activities were ordered to halt trying to contain the coronavirus spread. Spain, already struggling with high unemployment and debt, is bracing for the impact of the government's decision to put the country's economy into "hibernation" to fight the spread of coronavirus. Grappling with Europe's second-worst outbreak of the disease after Italy, the government on March 14 imposed a lockdown and yesterday it went even further, banning all non-essential work for two weeks in the nation of around 47 million people.


Matias Soriano (L) chats with his mechanic as they sip their own mates at the shed of their home in Bahia Bustamante, in the Patagonian province of Chubut, Argentina, on Monday during the "preventative and compulsory" lockdown of the population due to the pandemic of the new coronavirus, COVID-19. Many who have been living in relative isolation for years in the Argentine Patagonia are not afraid of loneliness but fear that the coronavirus will wipe out the economy of an area so dependent on tourism and oil.

Doctors and nurses of Amjad Khan Chowdhury Memorial Hospital pose for a photo after preparing an isolation unit to give treatment for the corona patient at Chandpur in Natore Sadar on Tuesday.