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Operators split on uniform mobile phone call rate

Operators split on uniform mobile phone call rate

Mobile phone operators are split over the government’s plan of introducing a uniform call rate for mobile phones to establish a level playing field…
Meat production rises by 7 times in last 9 years

Meat production rises by 7 times in last 9 years

The annual meat production increased by seven times in the last nine years making the country self-sufficient in meat production after the government…

EU ‘possibly as bad as China’ on trade: Trump

Europe is “possibly as bad as China” on trade, US President Donald Trump said in an interview broadcast Sunday, with trade wars emerging against both the Asian giant as well as longtime allies in Europe and Canada, reports AFP from Washington. “The European Union is possibly as bad…

Stocks see downward trend

Stocks witnessed downward trend in the first day of the fiscal 2018-19 (FY19) on Monday due to price fall in large-cap securities, reports BSS. DSEX, the broad index of the Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE), lost 83.04 points to settle at 5,322.41. Two other indices maintained the same trend as DS30 index,…

Bangladesh is on development trajectory: WB

World Bank (WB) Executive Director Aparna Subramani yesterday said Bangladesh is on the strong development trajectory with achieving progress in various development arenas, including socioeconomic index, reports BSS. “I wish the people of Bangladesh all the best in their development trajectory.…
Asian markets tumble as China-US trade tariffs loom

Asian markets tumble as China-US trade tariffs loom

Asian markets kicked the week off with sharp losses Monday as investors prepare for the US to impose hefty tariffs on a range of Chinese imports, taking…

Dell becomes public company five years after buyout

Dell, the onetime leader in personal computers and tech industry stalwart, said Monday it will become publicly traded five years after a contentious private equity buyout, reports AFP from San Francisco. The company announced a stock swap deal with its software subsidiary VMware that will result in…
Scratchcard lottery craze grips Bulgaria

Scratchcard lottery craze grips Bulgaria

Armed with a coin, 96-year-old Stoyan Stoimenov from the small village of Tsurkva outside Sofia hunches over and tries his luck on yet another scratchcard,…
Asia-Pacific nations pledge to seek early conclusion of RCEP deal

Asia-Pacific nations pledge to seek early conclusion of RCEP deal

Trade ministers and representatives from 16 Asia-Pacific countries have agreed to seek an early conclusion of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership…

Japan business confidence slips in June survey: BoJ

Confidence among Japan’s biggest manufacturers has slipped for the second straight quarter, a key central bank survey showed on Monday, reports AFP from Tokyo. The Bank of Japan’s Tankan report—a quarterly survey of about 10,000 companies—showed a reading of 21 among major manufacturers…

Coal to bounce back to lead Aussie exports in 2018-19 year

Australia’s coal exports will overtake iron ore in financial year 2018-19 starting on July 1, according to figures published by the government’s department of industry yesterday, reports Xinhua from Canberra. The Department of Industry, Innovation and Science figures show total coal exports…

Myanmar targets to export 2.5m tons of rice this year

Myanmar’s Rice Federation targets to export 2.5 million tons of rice this year, which is the country’s major agricultural product, local Daily Eleven reported yesterday, reports Xinhua from Yangon. Meanwhile, the country earned 181.12 million U.S. dollars from 528,400 tons of rice exports…

Indonesia’s annualized inflation in June drags further down

The annualized consumer price index in June sagged as demands and prices of foods kept logging modest growth during the fasting month, reports Xinhua from Jakarta. The national statistics bureau announced on Monday that annual inflation in June accelerated at a slower pace of 3.12 per cent compared…
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