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A little patch of green on top

A little patch of green on top

Dhaka resident Zania Haque is a gynaecologist and an amateur gardener. She started growing herbs on the window sill of her flat at Dhanmondi in 2014.…

S Asian leaders throw weight behind China-led trade pact

Southeast Asian leaders gathered in Bangkok yesterday determined to drive forward the world’s largest commercial pact, with the trade war between the US and China clouding the outlook for their export-led economies. Disputes in the flashpoint South China Sea, Myanmar’s persecution of Rohingya…

BCI hails proposed budget

Bangladesh Chamber of Industries (BCI) have hailed the proposed budget for fiscal 2019-2020 and thanked government for allocating a Tk 100 crore fund for start-ups as it looks to alleviate youth unemployment Anwarul Alam Chowdhury, president of BCI, yesterday also placed a set of recommendations during…

Oracle announces results of fiscal 2019

Oracle Corporation recently announced fiscal 2019 Q4 results and fiscal 2019 full year results, a press statement said.  Total quarterly revenues were $11.1 billion, up 1 per cent in USD and up 4 per cent in constant currency compared to Q4 last year. Cloud services and licence support revenues…

Paper importers demand 80pc import duty cut in budget

The paper importers of the country yesterday urged the government to fix five per cent import duty in the budget from the existing 25 per cent to help the local industry flourish. The demand was raised at a press conference at the Economic Reporters Forum (ERF) auditorium in the capital. Six organisations…

BoE chief dismisses claim on ‘standstill’ Brexit trade

Bank of England Governor Mark Carney on Friday dismissed Boris Johnson’s claims that there would be a “standstill” trade arrangement, in the event of a no-deal Brexit. Johnson, who is leading the race to become Britain’s next prime minister, had argued this week that current…
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