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  • Bangladesh now 8th in global weekly increase of Covid-19 cases: WHO
  • Covid-19 death toll nears 2,000 in Bangladesh
  • Covid-19 Bangladesh: Total cases raise to 1,56,391 as death toll now 1,968
  • 40 judges infected with Covid-19
  • Wari goes under 21-day lockdown from Saturday
  • Modi makes surprise China border visit after clash
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Revised Digital Commerce Policy yet to get Cabinet approval

Revised Digital Commerce Policy yet to get Cabinet approval

The Digital Commerce Policy, which has revised to attract foreign investment, is yet to get the approval of the Cabinet Division. In the last week of…
Health start-up Augmedix gets 
$19m from US fundraiser

Health start-up Augmedix gets $19m from US fundraiser

Augmedix, the medical note documentation start-up which promises to create 5,000 highly paid jobs in Bangladesh by 2021, has received USD 19 million in…
No relief for buyers at 
Dhaka kitchen markets

No relief for buyers at Dhaka kitchen markets

The price of onion has declined slightly from last week but still remained high by retailing at Tk 120-145 per kg at kitchen markets in the capital yesterday.…

‘Arrival of 50,000 tonnes onion from Egypt to decease price’

Commerce Minister Tipu Munshi yesterday said market price of onion will come down after arrival of 50,000 tonnes of the daily essential spicy commodity from Egypt. “Arrival of the huge shipment of onion will reduce onion price,” he said while talking to journalists before attending the general…
Asian markets mostly down as traders ease into weekend

Asian markets mostly down as traders ease into weekend

Asian and European markets fell yesterday at the end of a healthy week, with uncertainty surrounding the China-US trade talks following China’s…
China considers cutting electric-car subsidies again

China considers cutting electric-car subsidies again

China is considering further cuts to subsidies for electric-vehicle purchases, according to people familiar with the matter, threatening to deal another…

Trump will not impose tariffs on EU cars: Juncker

The outgoing president of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker said yesterday he believes the US will not impose new tariffs on imported European cars in the coming days. President Donald Trump’s administration has been threatening since last year to impose tariffs on auto imports to defend…
Bank splits on rates as it warns Brexit deal would hit growth

Bank splits on rates as it warns Brexit deal would hit growth

The Bank of England has warned that weak global growth and trade barriers created by the government’s Brexit deal will hit the UK economy. It came…
Disney tops earnings estimates ahead of streaming launch

Disney tops earnings estimates ahead of streaming launch

Walt Disney Co. on Thursday reported better-than-expected quarterly results, fueled by the release of blockbuster films “Aladdin” and “The…
China export drop beats October forecasts

China export drop beats October forecasts

China’s exports suffered their third month of decline in October, and while the drop was less than expected there were warnings yesterday of more…
Alibaba seeks to raise up to $15 billion in Hong Kong share sale

Alibaba seeks to raise up to $15 billion in Hong Kong share sale

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. is moving ahead with plans to raise as much as $15 billion in a Hong Kong share sale, people with knowledge of the matter said,…

China to improve business environment

The State Council has issued a guideline on better using foreign investment with a focus on safeguarding the national treatment of foreign-funded enterprises, according to the government’s website Thursday. The guideline puts forward 20 policies in four aspects to create a more “fair, transparent…
S Korean president says to maintain value of free trade against protectionism

S Korean president says to maintain value of free trade against protectionism

South Korean President Moon Jae-in has said that his country will make efforts to maintain the value of free trade against trade protectionism and has…
Defying trade woes, German exports 
jump in September

Defying trade woes, German exports jump in September

German exports jumped higher than expected in September, outpacing imports to widen the country’s trade surplus in defiance of ongoing trade tensions…
‘Daimler mulls slashing 1,100 senior jobs’

‘Daimler mulls slashing 1,100 senior jobs’

German luxury carmaker Daimler plans to cut 1,100 management jobs worldwide in fresh efforts to cut costs as it grapples with expensive recalls and a…

China to improve business environment

The State Council has issued a guideline on better using foreign investment with a focus on safeguarding the national treatment of foreign-funded enterprises, according to the government’s website Thursday. The guideline puts forward 20 policies in four aspects to create a more “fair, transparent…
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