- August 16, 2017
In order to establish a uniform government e-mail system, a proper policy guidelines need to be formulated
Ride-sharing companies and vehicles will be enlisted by BRTA and charged Tk1 lakh for a year
Around 20% of all handsets are smuggled into the country through illegal means
Robi’s vision is to become the Next Generation Digital Company
‘Scores of fries belonging to other fish species get caught and killed in the hunt to catching a single shrimp fry using a push net’
Jaaz Multimedia controls over the 256 theatres around the country, since it began to operate in Bangladesh in 2011
Factory authorities say they are unsure when production will resume
At least 13 people were killed and over 50 people injured in the boiler blast at Multifabs Limited
Labour law in Bangladesh requires an unreasonably high 30% of workers to agree to form a union and mandates excessive registration procedures
The finance minister also plans to scrap land prices fixed by the government.
He also mentioned that the name, excise duty, will be changed as well
Under the agreement, duty facilities between 5% to 100% will provided for various products
The government seeks to avoid long-term ban from EU side; encourages contract farming
The top corporate tax rate in Bangladesh is now 42%
In response to the repeated warnings by the European Union, the Bangladesh government has decided to allow trade unions in the export processing zones, in line with the ILO convention framework.
The International Labour Organisation conventions stipulate trade unions in their foreign trade partners
A March 19 meeting will determine how much aircraft passengers will have to pay for the airport development and security.
The government has finalised the draft of Bangladesh Civil Service Act 2017 keeping a provision allowing Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) to arrest public servants if any complaint against them is proven in primary probe.
State Minister for Women and Children’s Affairs Meher Afroze Chumki said the exact details of what would constitute “special provisions” in the controversial Child Marriage Restraint Bill 2017 will be finalised on March 12.