For Bangladesh, it is imperative that both domestic and foreign investment continue to increase
Bangladesh received $1.75 billion in May last fiscal year, the highest ever in a single month
It is the government’s solemn duty to ensure the welfare of regular migrants
Our banks have, for the longest time, been prone to mismanagement
At the end of the day, what we have is a budget that encourages businesses
Migration experts claim budget shows expatriates not a priority for government
Like every year, expatriates sent large sums of money to their relatives before Eid
It is our duty to protect our citizens
How one migrant saved the lives of hundreds
Developing the skills of our migrant workers should also be one of our topmost goals
Monthly remittance inflow posted a healthy growth of 14.68% in February
She, however, said the increase has not positively reflected in remittances to the country
The country received $8.31 billion remittances during July to January in FY2017-18
The country received $1.16 billion in remittances in January of FY2017-18
The benefits of training drivers properly far outweigh the costs
There is so much more we could do to boost remittance earnings
Ministry of Expatriates' Welfare and Overseas Employment should find out what sort of manpower is...
The global lender estimates that remittances to developing countries will increase by 10.8% to reach...
There are men and women who take this incredible risk and go overseas to provide for their families
Bangladesh must invest in skills training to reap the benefits of its demographic dividend
'No other country has more mobile banking customers than Bangladesh'
Copyright Ⓒ 2012-2019. 2A Media Limited.
All Rights Reserved.
8/C, FR Tower, Panthapath, Dhaka 1207, Bangladesh.
Kazi Anis Ahmed, Publisher