- Business Tribune
- March 19, 2017
Property taxes, while not perfect, are at least a close approximation to the least bad of all taxes. They are economically efficient and possibly even morally just, as it will be the landlords paying this tax, not the tenants or renters
Workers’ and employers’ knowledge of their rights, obligations and responsibilities are vital to ensuring workers’ rights in the Bangladesh RMG sector, International Labour Organization (ILO) country director Srinivas B Reddy tells the Dhaka Tribune’s Ibrahim Hossain Ovi in an exclusive interview
‘Any increase in the number of trade unions is a positive sign regarding workers’ rights. But it is estimated that only 4% of RMG workers are union members’
‘We are very close to getting 90 engineers for the inspection who will oversee the overall process’
The government targets to earn $5bn annually and create 1m jobs by 2021 in the industry
The Moynul Haque Siddiqui, managing director of [email protected] Limited spoke to the Dhaka Tribune recently about the importance of hi-tech parks and ICT industries for Digital Bangladesh. [email protected] is the parent company of Bangladesh TechnoSity Limited which is developing block-3 of Bangabandhu Hi-Tech City (BHTC) in Gazipur.
Clean Clothes can do better by understanding the correct use of PPP
Sheikh Hasina Software Technology Park Jessore is set to be launched by June this year as part of the government plan to implement Vision 2021.
An efficient and effective banking system can be the engine of growth in Bangladesh
A long-dead Belarussian economist can explain a few things about Hazaribagh
Shoppers are mostly buying punjabis, fatuas, sarees, salwar kamizes, baby clothes, ornaments, cosmetics and footwear
Pan Pacific Sonargaon Dhaka will organise a three-day long programme starting on April 14
The government must be proactive and create a policy framework to combat foreign aggression in the country’s fashion industry, says Azharul Haque Azad, first president of the Fashion Entrepreneurs Association of Bangladesh (FEAB) and CEO of acclaimed fashion brand Shada Kalo, in an exclusive interview with the Dhaka Tribune’s Shariful Islam
Joined as a director (sales & marketing) of The Westin Dhaka back in 2014, Md Al Amin has been working as the director of sales department of the premier five-star hotel until being promoted to its (sales & marketing) head.
The government should allocate a large portion of tickets for private service providers and use the entire media as a tool for e-ticket commercial, Maliha Quadir, founding managing director of Shohoz.com – Bangladesh’s premium online travel ticketing and reservation service – tells the Dhaka Tribune’s Ibrahim Hossain Ovi in an exclusive interview
The lack of positive feedback from foreign investors and the dire state that Teletalk appears to be in, suggest that the state-run telecom’s days may be numbered
‘All we did was change our logo and the slogan. Actually, we changed our look but have made zero qualitative changes in terms of operations and structure’
Obviously, don’t sell to crooks to the extent that they are a separate group from bankers. Just auction them off and let the market sort that out because, in the end, the market is the best system we’ve got