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BTRC to make regulations for 
e-waste management

BTRC to make regulations for e-waste management

The Bangladesh Telecom Regulatory Commission (BTRC) plans to take steps to ensure proper e-waste management of such stuff as handsets, computers and electrical…
Demand of ‘Sonali Bag’ increases at home and abroad

Demand of ‘Sonali Bag’ increases at home and abroad

The demand of newly invented biodegradable ‘Sonali bag’, a suitable alternative to harmful polythene bag, is increasing day by day both locally…

Indian business ties underpin muted Arab response to Kashmir

Gulf Arab countries have remained mostly silent as India's government moved to strip the Indian-administered sector of Kashmir of its limited autonomy, imposing a sweeping military curfew in the disputed Muslim-majority region and cutting off residents from all communication and the internet. This…

US manufacturing sinks in July, dragging down total output

US manufacturing continued its steady decline in July amid the ongoing trade war with China and slowing global economy, while the hurricane-hit oil sector also helped drag down total output, the Federal Reserve said yesterday. Production fell across the board in US manufacturing, with only rare bright…

Alibaba revenue jumps in Q1

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba said yesterday that first quarter revenue beat analyst estimates, defying a slowing economy and a trade war with the United States. Revenue for the April-June period rose 42 per cent year-on-year to 114.9 billion yuan ($16.7 billion), a company statement said. Joe Tsai,…

Trump links Hong Kong crisis to trade as weekend rallies loom

Donald Trump on Wednesday urged China to "humanely" resolve the violent stand-off with pro-democracy protestors in Hong Kong, as concerns grow that Beijing is considering direct intervention in the crisis. In a series of tweets, the US president linked a possible trade deal with Beijing to…

Malaysia renews licence of Australian rare earths plant

Malaysia yesterday renewed the operating licence of a controversial Australian-run rare earths plant for six months despite concerns from green groups about the impact of radioactive waste it produces. Lynas hopes its plant, which has processed rare earths from Australia since 2012, can reduce Chinese…
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