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  • Coronavirus: Bangladesh reports highest 2,911 cases in a day; 37 more die
  • Coronavirus: Bangladesh reports highest 2,911 cases in a day; 37 more die
  • Coronavirus Bangladesh: Total infected now 52,445; death toll jumps to 709
  • Coronavirus Bangladesh: Total infected now 52,445; death toll jumps to 709
  • Global coronavirus death toll reaches 375,526
  • Coronavirus: 2,059 recover among 5,333 infected police members in Bangladesh
  • We will be able to step forward defying all hurdles: PM
  • Coronavirus Bangladesh: Total cases rise to 49,535; death toll jumps to 672
  • Offices of educational institutions will remain open: Ministry
  • US protest: George Floyd’s death homicide, official post-mortem declares
  • Trump threatens military mobilization against US protests
  • Coronavirus Hotline Numbers: 01944333222, 16263, 333; website: www.corona.gov.bd
CERAMICS NOW BOOMING INDUSTRY

CERAMICS NOW BOOMING INDUSTRY

The ceramics industry in Bangladesh has turned into a booming manufacturing sector over the last few years, thanks to growing demand both in local and…
US-China trade deal gets tepid reception

US-China trade deal gets tepid reception

US officials announced a truce in the trade war with China with much fanfare, but economists and trade experts call it largely a victory for Beijing.…

Japan business confidence drops for 4th straight quarter

Confidence among Japan’s biggest manufacturers has slipped for the fourth straight quarter, a key survey showed on Friday, reflecting lingering worries over the US-China trade war. The Bank of Japan’s December Tankan business survey — a quarterly poll of about 10,000 companies —…

Investors get early Christmas on trade

Christmas came early on Friday as equities and the pound surged on reports China and the US had reached a trade agreement, while British Prime Minister Boris Johnson won a landslide victory that will allow him to push through Brexit. Investors flocked back into stocks around the world on news that Donald…
Three key economic questions 
for Boris Johnson

Three key economic questions for Boris Johnson

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has won a decisive majority, that will last the full five-year term, on the back of a fairly thin list of detailed economic…
France braces for holiday misery as strike persists

France braces for holiday misery as strike persists

French commuters endured a ninth day of public transport strikes on Friday, with little relief expected in coming days as unions vow to keep up their…
Handicraft industry to get permanent display centre

Handicraft industry to get permanent display centre

Industries Minister Nurul Majid Mahmud Humayun yesterday said a permanent display center will be set up in city’s Purbachal area to market the products…

Made in Bangladesh expo in Qatar from Jan 28

A three-day exhibition on ‘Made in Bangladesh’ will begin on January 28, 2020 at the “Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre (DECC)” in Qatar.Bangladesh Forum Qatar (BFQ) with the assistance of Bangladesh Embassy is organising the fair. In this regard, the official logo of the…

Importers for reforming customs valuation system for vehicles

Claiming that the existing customs valuation system for new and reconditioned vehicles is discriminatory, Bangladesh Reconditioned Vehicles Importers and Dealers Association (BARVIDA) yesterday urged the government to reform it. “The duty structure for new and reconditioned vehicles is fixed in…

World Bank fund for poor countries gets record boost

A key World Bank fund dedicated to lifting countries out of poverty has received a record $82 billion in funding and pledges for the next three years, its president said on Friday. This represented a $7 billion (6.3 billion euro) increase on the previous three-year term, and is “the largest-ever…

Russia cuts key rate as inflation slows

The Russian central bank cut its key interest rate to 6.25 per cent on Friday as inflation continued to slow, and said it would consider further reductions in the first half of 2020. "Inflation slowdown is overshooting the forecast," the bank said in a statement. "If the situation develops…

Global AI Bootcamp held to share knowledge

The Global Artificial Intelligence (AI) Bootcamp, a one-day event organised across the world by local communities that are passionate about artificial intelligence on Microsoft Azure, was held in the capital yesterday to share knowledge on latest trend in the arena. Global AI Community, Bangladesh organised…

South Asian seminar on skills dev held in Nepal

A three-day South Asian regional seminar on ‘Private Sector Engagement in Skills Development’, ended on Friday in Nepal. Executive Chairman of the National Skills Development Authority (NSDA) Md Faruque Hossain attended the seminar and delivered important speech highlighting skills development…
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