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Apparel export to US rise further amidst China-US trade tension

Apparel export to US rise further amidst China-US trade tension

The country’s apparel exports to the US has registered a  significant growth from 2018 to 2019 with US buyers shifting orders from China to…

Stocks continue upward trend

Country’s both the bourses ended yesterday with winning sessions amidst positive expectation from the opportunistic investors. The capital bourse, Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) started with positive note which continued till the closure of the session. The investors regained confidence and rebalanced…

Provide better services to customers

State Minister for Power, Energy and Mineral Resources Nasrul Hamid yesterday the officials and employees of the ministry to ensure improved customer services and sort out their complaints to meet the demands of the people. “Provide better services to customers and reach to them with their desired…

NBR issues work order for 10,000 e-fiscal devices

National Board of Revenue (NBR) issued a work order to collect 10,000 Electronic Fiscal Device (EFD) to check value added tax (VAT) evasion at the retail and wholesale levels. The revenue authority placed its first order on Sunday as part of the plan to collect a total of one lakh EFDs. The 10,000 EFDs…
US economists see recession 
in next 2 years

US economists see recession in next 2 years

A majority of economists expect a US recession in the next two years, but have pushed back the onset amid Federal Reserve actions, according to a survey…
Asian, European 
markets rally on fresh trade talk hopes

Asian, European markets rally on fresh trade talk hopes

Asian and European markets rallied yesterday following a strong lead from Wall Street and comments from Donald Trump’s top economic adviser hailing…
Britain preps for no deal Brexit despite dire impact warnings

Britain preps for no deal Brexit despite dire impact warnings

A no-deal Brexit on October 31 could cause food, fuel and medicine shortages, according to government assessments leaked to the press, despite Prime Minister…
Lidl lines up suppliers to cover no-deal costs

Lidl lines up suppliers to cover no-deal costs

Lidl's Irish business has reminded British suppliers they are expected to pay any EU import tariffs imposed on goods crossing borders after Brexit.…
US and China seeking to revive trade talks: Trump adviser

US and China seeking to revive trade talks: Trump adviser

Washington and Beijing are working actively to revive negotiations aimed at ending the trade war that has rattled world markets, Donald Trump’s…
Germany warns of possible recession, mulls stimulus

Germany warns of possible recession, mulls stimulus

The German economy could enter a recession in the third quarter, the Bundesbank warned yesterday, as the debate on government measures to support the…

Australia branded a leading ‘emissions exporter’

Australia is the world’s third-largest emissions exporter, with more than a billion tonnes of carbon dioxide shipped abroad each year in the form of coal and liquefied natural gas, a think tank study showed yesterday. The left-leaning Australian Institute reported that Australia’s energy…

Japan’s trade surplus with US soars ahead of talks

Japan’s politically sensitive trade surplus with the United States grew more than 15 per cent in July, data showed yesterday, as negotiators from the two economic powerhouses prepare to restart talks over a free trade deal. According to Japanese finance ministry statistics, the trade surplus with…

Greek PM on EU tour in bid to soften fiscal targets

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis will begin a tour of EU capitals this week, officials said yesterday, in a bid to persuade the country’s creditors to alleviate tough fiscal targets. Mitsotakis will begin his meetings with a trip to Paris on Thursday to see President Emmanuel Macron, a…
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