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  • Enough salt in stock; don’t get confused by misleading info: BSCIC
  • Expired medicines worth Tk 34 cr destroyed: Report
  • Bus strike: People suffer for 2nd straight day
  • 2.5 km of Padma Bridge visible as 16th span installed
  • Don’t enforce strike by holding people hostage: Nasim
  • Gazette published recruiting 4,443 doctors under 39th BCS
Jute products draw buyers’ attention at trade fair

Jute products draw buyers’ attention at trade fair

Jute-made products with their unique, colourful designs and diversity have caught the attention of buyers at the Dhaka International Trade Fair. In recent…
Vegetable prices remain high despite abundant supply

Vegetable prices remain high despite abundant supply

Prices of different varieties of vegetables remained mostly high over the past week in the kitchen markets, though winter items are flooding the markets.…
It’s not about the result, it’s about building the identity

It’s not about the result, it’s about building the identity

There are many reasons why it can be hard to change your habits or develop new skills. But the biggest challenge is sitting between your two ears. Your…

Betel leaf farming booms in Rajshahi villages

Betel leaf cultivation is increasing day by day in the district as it requires a less cost for cultivation and irrigation compared to many other crops. The farmers are showing more interest in betel leaf cultivation since they got its lucrative market price in the last couple of years. Betel-leaf grown…

China forges ahead with consumption upgrading

China’s consumption is expected to maintain solid growth momentum in 2019, signaling its key role in the country’s economic development, according to statistics. Goods consumption has gained 9.0 per cent from a year ago in 2018 to 38 trillion yuan (5.66 trillion U. S. dollars), serving as…

Airbus says in talks with Emirates on vital A380 deal

Airbus said Thursday it was in discussion with Emirates over a deal for 36 of its A380 jets made last year, amid reports the Gulf carrier is considering converting some or all of the order to the smaller A350, potentially casting doubt on the future of Europe’s superjumbo. Emirates’ order…
Europe launches sanctions-busting Iran payment vehicle

Europe launches sanctions-busting Iran payment vehicle

Britain, France and Germany on Thursday launched a trade mechanism to bypass US sanctions on Iran, drawing praise from Tehran—and a warning from…

A titan with grown-up woes

Fifteen years after its founding, Facebook has made strides toward Mark Zuckerberg’s goal of connecting the world. But it has also made some huge missteps that have turned some of its cheerleaders into vocal detractors. The online social network founded on February 4, 2004 in Zuckerberg’s…

Danske Bank vows tighter controls

Denmark’s Danske Bank, caught up in a massive money laundering scandal, said yesterday its 2018 earnings plunged nearly 30 per cent and promised tighter controls to prevent any further regulatory lapses. Net profit came in at 15 billion kroner (2 billion euros) for the year, down 28 per cent on…
Indian election budget helps farmers, middle class

Indian election budget helps farmers, middle class

India’s government unveiled yesterday a raft of budget sweeteners for farmers, the middle class and also cows, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeks…

Deutsche Bank reports first annual profit in four years

Germany’s biggest lender Deutsche Bank reported yesterday a 2018 bottom line in the black for the first time in four years, with a cost-cutting drive delivering results even as revenues fell. The firm reported 267 million euros ($305 million) net profit, compared with a loss of 751 million in…
Sony nine-month net profit soars on games, music

Sony nine-month net profit soars on games, music

Japanese electronics giant Sony said on Friday that nine-month net profit jumped 63.2 per cent on-year, led by its games and music divisions, while tax…

Honda lifts forecasts despite ninth-month profit drop

Japan’s Honda Motor said yesterday it was revising up forecasts for its full-year net profit despite logging a fall of 34.5 per cent for the nine months to December. The country’s third-largest automaker revised up its full year net profit to 695 billion yen ($6.3 billion) from the previous…

Amazon profit jumps while shares slip

Amazon on Thursday reported its profit in the past quarter surged on strong holiday retail sales and its soaring cloud computing business. The US tech giant said profit jumped 63 per cent from a year ago to $3 billion in the fourth quarter as revenues increased 20 per cent to $72.4 billion. The results…
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