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Furniture industry records consistent growth

Furniture industry records consistent growth

Furniture export earnings in July, the first month of FY2019-20, show a growth of 9.68 per cent, thanks to rising local investments, exploration of new…
Walton products to be available on Amazon’s global platform

Walton products to be available on Amazon’s global platform

Local electronics manufacturer Walton yesterday signed an agreement with American e-commerce giant Amazon to sell its products globally using Amazon platform.…
Tipu urges Brazil to cut 35pc import duty

Tipu urges Brazil to cut 35pc import duty

Commerce Minister Tipu Munshi has requested the Brazilian government to reduce the existing 35 per cent import duty to ease the method of exporting Bangladeshi…

Eurozone bankers warn of ‘more protracted’ slowdown

Eurozone central bankers had worried that an economic slowdown hitting the bloc would drag on, as they prepared the ground for a new package of stimulus measures, according to minutes of their July meeting published yesterday. In a pessimistic reading of the outlook for the single currency zone, the…

Stocks end week on positive note

Stocks rebounded yesterday as some investors showed buying binge on sector-wise shares. DSEX, the prime index of the Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE), settled at 5,236, gaining 13.43 points or 0.25 per cent over the previous day. Two other indices also ended marginally higher. The DS30 index, comprising blue…
China warns US tariffs will ‘escalate trade friction’

China warns US tariffs will ‘escalate trade friction’

China appealed to Washington yesterday to “meet each other halfway” and settle a trade war instead of going ahead with planned tariff hikes…

Eurozone business growth weak as manufacturing woes rumble on

Eurozone business growth rose slightly in August but manufacturing output was down for the seventh month running and job creation remained weak, a closely watched survey said yesterday, The service sector continued its solid growth across the single currency area, but manufacturing output was down everywhere…

Indonesia announces surprise interest rate cut

Indonesia's central bank announced a surprise interest rate cut yesterday as it looks to offset tepid global growth, after Southeast Asia's biggest economy posted its slowest quarterly expansion in two years. Bank Indonesia (BI) trimmed its key lending rate by 25 basis points to 5.5 per cent…

Britain, South Korea sign Brexit trade deal

Britain and South Korea yesterday signed a deal that will allow the two countries to keep trading freely after Brexit. The deal rolls over existing provisions under an EU trade deal and protects annual bilateral trade flows worth £14.6 billion (16 billion euros, $17.7 billion) in 2018. The move…

Qantas Airways profits lower after oil prices rise

Qantas Airways posted a 6.5-per cent fall in annual net profit Thursday, attributing the slide in earnings to higher oil prices and a weaker Australian dollar. Despite record revenues, the Australian flag carrier said its after-tax profit fell to Aus$891 million (US$604 million), down from Aus$953 million…
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