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Bonded paper poses threat to local industry By Staff Correspondent | Last Updated: 29th May, 2017, 01:58

A large quantity of paper is being imported duty-free under bonded warehouse facilities and a sizeable portion of the imports is being illegally sold

Bonded paper poses threat to local industry

Remittance inflow picking up again Remittance inflow picking up again

The recent flow of remittances indicates that it is gradually increasing and this trend is likely to continue in the upcoming months


Chevron workers want lawful transition of ownership Chevron workers want lawful transition of ownership

CBEU chairperson and its secretary plead that chevron must not get away as Occidental and Unocoal leave after selling their assets


Oil prices rally after heavy sell-off Oil prices rally after heavy sell-off

The number of rigs operating in U.S. fields increased by 2 to 722 this week, marking a nineteenth straight weekly gains


Experts for enhancing zinc-enriched rice cultivation Experts for enhancing zinc-enriched rice cultivation

They say ensuring optimal consumption of zinc-enriched rice can meet nutritional demand of the common people


Moody's slashes Hong Kong rating following China cut Moody's slashes Hong Kong rating following China cut

Beijing rejects the cut, saying Moody's had used an "inappropriate" method to assess the risks facing the economy


Mongla to be economic hub, says  BEPZA chairman Mongla to be economic hub: BEPZA

Mongla Economic Zone adds new dimension in business of this area


Exporters should be keen for new market, says Industries Minister Tofail Exporters should be keen for new market: Tofail

Tofail says the government has set priority to diversify the export basket and expand market


No formalin in mangos, expert claims No formalin in mangos, expert claims

They say formalin is harmful to health but formalin is not used in mangoes


London stocks dip following Manchester attack London stocks dip following Manchester attack

The British capital's FTSE 100 index of leading blue-chip companies wobbled between gains and losses during the day, before finally closing down 0.2%


Package tourism between Bangladesh and UAE to attract tourists Bangladesh-UAE to launch package tourism

Package tourism and on-arrival visas can play an important role in attracting tourists from both the countries


70 percent flat tax rates on tobacco products demanded 70 percent flat tax rates on tobacco products demanded

One lakh people are embracing death annually from tobacco-attributable diseases in Bangladesh, according to a latest survey


NBR to form two new tax units to boost revenue NBR to form two new tax units to boost revenue

An NBR senior official says that the government has already given the green signal to form-- 'tax at source unit' and 'tax information unit'


Swiss chemical maker Clariant to merge with US Huntsman Swiss chemical maker Clariant to merge with US Huntsman

Clariant and Huntsman join forces to gain much broader global reach


20pc allocation of national budget demanded for agriculture sector ‘Allocate 20pc of national budget for agriculture’

The reduction of agriculture subsidy based on the prescription of the WTO, IMF and others will be suicidal towards achieving self-reliance on food


Amu for taking action against producers of fake products Amu for taking action against producers of fake products

He urges the businessmen to produce standard products considering the protection of public health

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