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China to limit overseas investments in real estate, sports By AP/UNB | Last Updated: 18th August, 2017, 18:22

They mull to limit overseas investments in areas such as hotels, cinemas, the entertainment industry, real estate and sports clubs

China to limit overseas investments in real estate, sports

Bashundhara noodles, pasta hit market Bashundhara noodles, pasta hit market

At the product launching ceremony, Bashundhara Group Chairman says they have entered the food industry to combat food adulteration and 'food politics'


Hyundai unveils new fuel cell SUV with longer travel range Hyundai unveils new fuel cell SUV with longer travel range

Hyundai Motor also plans to catch up in the eco-friendly car race with longer driving range electric vehicles


Move on to integrate Postal Cash Card with Visa, MasterCard Move on to integrate Postal Cash Card

It has also decided to tag itself with e-commerce giants Amazon and Alibaba.com to give its e-commerce service a big boost


China imposes import bans on North Korean iron, coal and seafood China imposes N Korea imports ban

The sanctions might have more of an impact on iron and seafood


Insect burgers, worms to go on sale at Swiss supermarket chain Coop Insect burgers to go on sale at Swiss supermarket

Switzerland is the first European country to authorise the sale of insect-based food items for human consumption


Japan economy revs up to 4 pct annual growth in April-June Japan economy revs up to 4 pct annual growth in April-June

On a quarterly basis, the economy grew at a 1.0 percent pace, up from 0.4 percent in the previous quarter


Arum farming brings smile to farmers in Rajshahi Arum farming brings smile to farmers in Rajshahi

Different varieties of arum are being cultivated in the region as it has become a profitable crop and its cultivation costs are low


Tata Steel UK signs new pensions deal Tata Steel UK signs new pensions deal

This announcement has come after the key commercial terms of a RAA had been agreed in principle


Teletalk set to lose subscribers for poor service: Report Teletalk set to lose subscribers for poor service: Report

The report says Teletalk subscribers are now switching over to other cell phone operators to get better services because of disruption in its network


Delhi, Washington to co-host entrepreneurship summit in Hyderabad Delhi, Washington to co-host entrepreneurship summit in Hyderabad

This year marks the first GES held in South Asia, and the event underscores our broad and enduring partnership with India


OPEC pumps more oil in July despite cut pledge: IEA OPEC pumps more oil in July despite cut pledge: IEA

Oil prices swung around $50 per barrel since the OPEC-led deal came into place


Hundreds of Cambodian maids to work in Hong Kong Hundreds of Cambodian maids to work in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is home to more than 300,000 foreign maids, mostly from the Philippines and Indonesia


Government imports onion from Egypt ahead of Eid Govt imports onion from Egypt ahead of Eid

Commerce Minister says onion price has gone up too due to flood


Tata Motors's consolidated Q1 net profit up more than 41% Tata Motors's consolidated Q1 net profit up more than 41%

The company said that its consolidated revenues for the quarter were lower by Rs.7,761 crore due to translation impact from GBP to INR


Government move to boost trade thru’ Benapole hits snag  Govt move to boost trade thru’ Benapole hits snag

A trader has to count Tk 3,000 instead of the regular port charge of Tk 500 for the import of a product after 5 pm

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