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- October 19, 2017
The accord was signed to establish a fire and building safety programme for workers in the texttile industry
PayPal service launched in Bangladesh
Between January and August of this year, Bangladesh’s RMG exports to the US reduced by 5.64%, dropping to $3.5 billion from $3.71 billion during the corresponding period last year
Online food delivery service HungryNaki will cover more areas in Dhaka
This campaign offers an exciting combination of special call rates and data bonuses for users
‘Poor infrastructure facilities is the main hindrance to the operation at Benapole and Petrapole. Besides, the operation at Petrapole is already hit by the menace of extortion by some local influential quarters’
Currently, the accessories sector contributes $6.7 billion to RMG exports
The total amount of rice will be imported at a cost of Tk 377.65 crore – each ton costing $455 or Tk37,487
The increasing trade deficit shows that the influx of displaced Rohingya is not affecting trade between the two countries
The offer is available for booking on October 22 with the date limit for travel between October 15 and November 30
Bangladesh Bank launched school banking programme in 2010
The unpredictability can be attributed to several factors, such as formulating rules and regulations without prior notice, consultation or impact assessments, making conflicting rules and regulations, and difficulties in finding information on existing rules and regulations
The central bank voiced its concerns regarding the solvency of Sonali bank UK Ltd in a report titled “Comprehensive Inspection report on Sonali bank (UK),” which was sent to Financial Institutions Division under the Ministry of Finance last week.
The agreement was created in the immediate aftermath of the Rana Plaza collapse
Cabinet Secretary Mohammad Shafiul Alam said the policy has been formulated as a guideline.
From now on, customers can order water purifier of Wanza Limited from Daraz’s website
Currently, as per available data, around 4,50,000 foreign nationals, mostly from India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, China, Taiwan, South Korea and some European and African countries are working legally or illegally in Bangladesh.
With a lavish setting with 6,400 square meters, the salon is located at Sector 12 of Uttara
‘If the new law is enacted, then bankers would not be able to work at all’
The bank has been operating without calling any board meeting in the last 30 months