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Export slump continues amid global trade uncertainty

Export slump continues amid global trade uncertainty

The country’s export earnings have continued to slump as the major economies of the world are facing recession amid the US-China trade war, reducing…

12pc power from renewable sources planned: Nasrul

Considering renewable energy as environment friendly, State Minister for Power, Energy and Mineral Resources Nasrul Hamid yesterday said Bangladesh government is encouraging entrepreneurs for generating clean energy aiming to produce 12 per cent of the country’s total electricity from renewable…

Workers to be sent to Malaysia at lowest cost

Hoping that the Malaysian labour market will reopen for Bangladeshis soon, Expatriate Welfare and Overseas Employment Minister Imran Ahmed yesterday said workers will be sent to the country at the lowest cost. “Those intend to go to Malaysia as workers must deposit the amount in a bank account.…
Week-long income tax fair begins tomorrow

Week-long income tax fair begins tomorrow

The 10th edition of the week-long Income Tax Fair begins in the country  tomorrow (Thursday) in a bid to create massive awareness among its people…

DSE witnesses mild correction

Country’s premier bourse, Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE), witnessed mild correction yesterday after adding 103 points in the last four consecutive sessions amid profit booking sell off from the shaky investors. The market started with upbeat note but observed volatility after half an hour as the risk-averse…
Robi announces Voluntary Separation Scheme

Robi announces Voluntary Separation Scheme

Robi Axiata Limited, the coun-try’s second largest tele-com operator, yesterday announced the Voluntary Separation Scheme (VSS) for its employees.…
Asian markets mostly up as trade news awaited, Hong Kong rises

Asian markets mostly up as trade news awaited, Hong Kong rises

Asian markets broadly rose yesterday with investors keeping tabs on the latest developments in the China-US trade talks, while Hong Kong saw a slight…

Chinese consumers smash ‘Singles’ Day’ shopping record

Chinese shoppers set new records for spending during the annual "Singles' Day" buying spree despite an economic slowdown and worries over the US trade war, with state media calling it a sign of China's rising economic strength. E-commerce giant Alibaba said consumers spent $38.3 billion…
McDonald’s UK staff join global day 
of protests over pay

McDonald’s UK staff join global day of protests over pay

McDonald's workers in the UK have gone on strike as part of a global day of protests over pay. Staff at six South London stores are walking out yesterday,…

Tipu off to Australia to join trade conference

Commerce Minister Tipu Munshi left the capital early yesterday for Australia to join the ”Australia Bangladesh Trade Conference, 2019′ at the Inter Continental Hotel in Sydney from November 13 to 15. Bangladesh High Commission to Australia, in association with the Australia Bangladesh Business…

Nissan slashes full-year forecast as first-half profit falls

Crisis-hit Japanese automaker Nissan yesterday slashed its full-year forecast for both sales and profit as it struggles with weak demand in Japan, the US and Europe, as well as fallout from the arrest of former boss Carlos Ghosn. Nissan downgraded its net profit forecast to 110 billion yen ($1 billion)…

Quarter of German firms in China planning to leave

Nearly a quarter of German companies operating in China are planning to relocate all or part of their business out of the country, according to a study released yesterday with many blaming rising costs. The German Chamber of Commerce's annual survey of 526 member firms in China found that 23 per…
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