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FDI flow from Germany to increase

FDI flow from Germany to increase

Bangladesh expects increased foreign direct investment (FDI) from Germany as the bilateral relationship between the two countries is more extensive than…

Agreements signed with European Investment Bank, EU, DFID

The government yesterday signed two agreements worth 315 million euro and an MoU worth 109.6 million pounds with the European Investment Bank (EIB), European Union (EU) and the Department for International Development (DFID), UK to support the country’s railway sector, extreme poor and developing…
Stocks open week down as major sectors dip

Stocks open week down as major sectors dip

Stock markets opened the week downtrend yesterday as most of the major sectors closed lower while daily transactions were also declining. The major losing…

Degitisation brings multinational cos in Benapole port

Many multinational companies have started using again the ‘Benapole Port’ for trade as the checking and discharging of goods has become easier and faster in the port due to its digital services. As per National Board of Revenue, the government has installed modern scanner machine, international…

China’s foreign trade to remain steady in 2018

China’s foreign trade will maintain steady growth in 2018, as the country’s economy posted stable performance amid mounting external uncertainties, according to a report released by the Ministry of Commerce. China’s foreign trade saw fast growth in the first three quarters, the report…
Malawi villagers search through river silt in new gold rush

Malawi villagers search through river silt in new gold rush

The gold rush is only four months old in Nathenje, Malawi, but already there are thousands of prospectors digging, shovelling and sifting soil in the…
Macron govt hopes ‘yellow vest’ protests running out of steam

Macron govt hopes ‘yellow vest’ protests running out of steam

The French government was on Sunday hoping the sharp drop in “yellow vest” demonstrators signalled an end to the biggest crisis of Emmanuel…

Asian markets rise ahead of key meetings in China and US

Asian markets mostly rose yesterday as traders look ahead to a key meeting of the Federal Reserve, and a Chinese policy-setting conference this week. However, there is still caution on trading floors after Friday’s sharp sell-off fuelled by concerns over China’s economy, and despite a tweet…

Hitachi to buy stake in ABB

Japan’s Hitachi yesterday announced plans to buy a majority stake in the power grid business of Swiss-Swedish engineering giant ABB for $6.4 billion, in what would be its biggest ever buyout. The deal would make Hitachi the world’s largest power grid company, local media said. Under the…

New Maldives president secures $1.4b from India

The new Maldives president, seen as closer to the West and India than his predecessor, secured $1.4 billion from India yesterday in his first official visit to his country’s “closest friend”. The package of financial assistance in the form of budgetary support, currency swap agreements…

Malaysia files charges against Goldman over 1MDB scandal

Malaysia yesterday filed criminal charges against Wall Street titan Goldman Sachs and two of its former employees over the scandal surrounding state fund 1MDB, authorities said. Charges were filed against subsidiaries of Goldman Sachs and former employees Tim Leissner and Ng Chong Hwa, said a statement…
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