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RMG export volume likely to reach ‘$60b in five years’

RMG export volume likely to reach ‘$60b in five years’

Environment and Forest Minister Anisul Islam Mahmud has said that the country's export volume of readymade garments (RMG) would reach USD 60 billion…

Garlic farming gains popularity in Jessore

Garlic, one of the cash crops of the country, is being cultivated commercially at Jhapa Union in Monirampur upazila, which is potential agricultural hub of Jessore district, reports UNB. Since the past few years, garlic cultivation saw bumper production which encouraged the farmers to continue its cultivation…

Investment in human dev key to further growth: UN

Appreciating the current economic growth in Bangladesh, the United Nations has laid emphasis on having an 'inclusive' growth without compromising with environmental sustainability, reports UNB. "It's important that the growth is inclusive. It's important that the growth doesn't…

Bangladesh to introduce one-stop investment service from June

Investors often complain of cumbersome service procedures and unnecessary delays in getting their businesses rolling in Bangladesh. It so happens largely because of current multi stop service deliveries. How about providing the investors with a one-stop service (OSS) instead? Bangladesh Investment Development…

Trump steel tariffs spark global anger

Major steel and aluminium producing nations yesterday condemned US President Donald Trump's plan to impose tariffs on the industry, as stock markets plunged on fears of an imminent tit-for-tat trade war, reports AFP from Beijing. After weeks of rumour and counter-rumour about his administration's…

Chittagong trade fair kicks off today

The month-long 26th Chittagong International Trade Fair (CITF) begins from today in the city’s Railway Pologround with a view to promoting domestic products in the international markets. CCCI President Mahabubul Alam disclosed this at a press conference held at Bangabandhu Conference Hall at World…

School banking deposits cross Tk 1,300cr

Deposits with the school banking accounts at commercial banks have crossed Tk1,300 crore at the end of December 2017 as this banking is gradually getting huge response from the students across the country, reports BSS. The central bank’s latest quarterly report on financial inclusion shows that…

Installations of 14 power sub-stations in Ctg on the cards

The Power Development Board (PDB), Chittagong chapter has taken a scheme to construct 14 power sub-stations having 33/11 KV capacity each in Chittagong, Bandarban and Cox's Bazar districts as a part of the government's master plan to boost power production, reports BSS. The PDB has also a plan…
Rooppur NPP construction project Russia, Bangladesh, India sign MoU on trilateral cooperation

Rooppur NPP construction project Russia, Bangladesh, India sign MoU on trilateral cooperation

The State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom (Russian Federation), the Ministry of Science and Technology of Bangladesh and the Department of Atomic Energy…

$1,100m in remittance received in Feb

Expatriate Bangladeshis have sent $1,149 million remittance in February this year, which is $208.25 million above than the same month of previous year, reports BSS. The country received $940.75 million remittance in February, 2017. In the eight months of the current 2017-18 financial year (FY18), the…

Malaysia to press EU on planned palm oil ban in biofuels

AFP, SINGAPORE: Malaysia will press the European Union not to ban palm oil in biofuels during talks this week, the country’s trade minister said on Thursday, warning the move would hit the rural poor. The European Parliament earlier this year voted in favour of a draft law on renewable energy…
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