As a developing nation, after 2026, readymade garment (RMG) and other major export sectors will have...
Covid-19 has reminded us that health is a public good
A six-member subcommittee under senior secretary of Commerce Ministry Dr Md Jafar Uddin was formed to...
Stockholm ready to support Dhaka to help reduce poverty, says Swedish minister for international development...
According to the CPD, the impact of LDC graduation will be felt in four areas: market access, dealings...
'Though Bangladesh has no contribution to global warming, it is one of the most vulnerable countries...
Ambassador Fatima has urged the global community to ensure better and decent jobs for everyone
We cannot afford to lose any more time
Only when all nations work together can we even begin to hope to fight climate change
The entire country must remain focused, ensure proper planning, and not get complacent
The report on economy and prospect said graduating to developing nation stands to lose several benefits...
It is doubly tragic that the nations most vulnerable to the effects of climate change are the ones which...
In order to succeed and fulfill our visions, we cannot afford to be complacent
Bangladesh has some soul-searching to do on the road ahead
It won’t be an easy road
If we are to stay competitive, the apparel industry needs all the help we can get. This is the concluding...
This is an excellent idea that will provide the youth of this country with the opportunity to find more...
We may not have graduated yet, but it is only a matter of time
We may be on the right track but we’ve still got our work cut out for us
Our development success does not reflect our glaring class inequality
We need to focus on a few key areas to graduate on time
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