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Remittance inflow rebounds in fiscal year 2017-18

Remittance inflow rebounds in fiscal year 2017-18

The flow of inward remittance bounced back in the outgoing fiscal year 2017-18 (FY18) after a falling trend in the previous fiscal 2016-17 (FY17) as Bangladesh…
Govt takes mega project for Mongla Port development

Govt takes mega project for Mongla Port development

The government has taken a mega project for the development of Mongla Port, the second largest sea port of the country, reports BSS from Khulna. The mega…
Private sector staff ‘evading’ tax

Private sector staff ‘evading’ tax

The National Board of Revenue (NBR) has asked all the private organisations to inform them about their employees' income tax information each year,…
Chilli prices hotter, supplies of most 
vegetables normal

Chilli prices hotter, supplies of most vegetables normal

Pricy chilli, in sharp contrast to other vegetables, turned even costlier in the capital’s kitchen markets yesterday. But the supply of all types…

Kamal for common platform

Civil Aviation and Tourism Minister AKM Shahjahan Kamal yesterday stressed on forming a common platform to promote tourism industry in South Asian region reports BSS “We should work together to expand tourism sector capitalizing rich history, heritage, cultural diversification and charming natural…
Asian stocks climb despite 
first trade war shots

Asian stocks climb despite first trade war shots

Asian stocks rebounded yesterday despite the introduction of US tariffs on $34 billion in Chinese goods in what Beijing called the “largest trade…

Six-year boom pushes New York to mull Uber regulation

Should Uber be forced to pay drivers better? After years of untamed growth, app-based for-hire services have brought New York’s iconic yellow cabs to their knees and the city is mulling regulatory action, reports AFP from New York. It’s a rare New Yorker whose smart phone is not hooked up…

Carney warns on trade war fallout on global growth

A global trade war at risk of escalating may already be slowing world economic growth, Bank of England governor Mark Carney warned in a speech on Thursday, reports AFP from London. Carney spoke as the US was Friday set to begin enforcing tariffs on more than $34 billion (29 billion euros) in Chinese…
Steeped in history but crumbling, Albania’s ‘slanted city’

Steeped in history but crumbling, Albania’s ‘slanted city’

The Lolomani dwelling, formerly the home of the Ottoman period family of that name, was once an impressive sight in the mountainside town of Gjirokastra…
US, China fire first shots in ‘largest trade war in economic history’

US, China fire first shots in ‘largest trade war in economic history’

The US and China yesterday launched tit-for-tat tariffs on each other’s imports, the opening shots in what Beijing called “the largest trade…
Let women dream beyond

Let women dream beyond

She has a dream – coming up with something beyond what she does day in and day out. She nurtures it carefully up until this stage – at the…
Airbus, China join hands in nano-tech application in aeronautic industry

Airbus, China join hands in nano-tech application in aeronautic industry

Airbus and China’s nanoscience research institution on Thursday announced the joint establishment of a lab to explore the engineering application…
Samsung Electronics posts 5.2 per cent rise in second quarter profit

Samsung Electronics posts 5.2 per cent rise in second quarter profit

South Korean telecom giant Samsung Electronics yesterday flagged a 5.2 per cent rise in its second quarter operating profit from a year earlier, missing…

Rolls-Royce agrees to sell commercial marine unit

British engine maker Rolls-Royce announced Friday it has agreed to sell its loss-making commercial marine business to Norwegian industrial group Kongsberg for £500 million, reports AFP from London. The deal, worth $661 million, is part of a massive overhaul led by chief executive Warren East,…
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