Corporate Corner

25 June, 2021 12:00 AM printer

Corporate Corner

Artisans make ornaments at a gold jewellery workshop in Srinagar on Thursday.


This picture taken on Wednesday shows a view of a mesh of raised electricity lines along a street in a suburb of Lebanon's capital Beirut. The owners of private generators that provide a vital backup to Lebanon's decrepit power grid warned of their own power cuts due to lack of fuel as the country's economic crisis deepens. The national network run by Electricité du Liban is prone to blackouts and in some areas only manages to provide power for two hours a day. That forces many Lebanese to pay a separate bill for a backup from neighbourhood generators run by private firms.


Bangladesh Bank Deputy Governor Ahmed Jamal and AB Bank President and Managing Director Tarique Afzal inaugurate the Automated Challan System (ACS) of AB Bank in the capital recently.


 


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