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Maize cultivation falls in Satkhira By Sun Online Desk | Last Updated: 24th February, 2017, 11:58

Besides, farmers are loosing interest in maize cultivation for lack of marketing facilities and proper seeds preservation system

Maize cultivation falls in Satkhira

Asian stocks fall amid Trump trade policy fears, strong yen Asian stocks fall amid Trump trade policy fears, strong yen

The dollar drops to 112.89 yen from 113.26 yen late Thursday while the euro raises to $1.0571 from $1.0554


Stocks down at opening Both DSE, CSE down at opening

DSEX, the prime index of DSE, declines 10.46 points while the Selective Category Index of port city bourse, CSCX raises 19.59 points


4 richest Indonesians wealthier than poorest 100 million 4 richest Indonesians wealthier than poorest 100 million

The report by Oxfam says Indonesia, with a population of more than 250 million, has the sixth-worst inequality in the world


Industries minister Amir Hossain Amu says ship recycling contributing significantly to economy Ship recycling contributing significantly to economy: Amu

He says as a labour intensive industry, ship recycling is contributing significantly to the national economy by creating jobs and increasing earnings


Stocks continue to maintain upward trend Stocks continue to maintain upward trend

The broader DSEX of DSE finishes the day 20.83 points or 0.37 percent up at 5,625


China in preliminary deal to buy Chevron's Bangladesh gas fields China in preliminary deal to buy Chevron's Bangladesh gas fields

Bangladesh also is in the process to assess the fields' reserves before placing a formal bid


Dhaka Stock Exchange, Chittagong Stocks Exchange witnessing fall DSE, CSE witnessing fall

DSEX, the key index of DSE, sheds over7.17 points or 0.12 per cent to 5575.83 in the first one and half hour of trade


ASEAN nations to discuss digital connectivity Monday ASEAN nations to discuss digital connectivity Monday

The Telecom Equipment and Services Export Promotion Council (TEPC) organises the inter-ministerial meeting


Lack of ocean-going vessels deprives BSC of making profit BSC deprived of making profit

The state-run Bangladesh Shipping Corporation remains idle in ship-route transportation trade as it is not armed with adequate ocean-going vessels


Bangladesh, World Bank cooperate to improve child nutrition Bangladesh, WB cooperate to improve child nutrition

The WB has committed US$300 million for a cash benefits program, which will benefit over one million children


Stocks up at opening DSE, CSE up at opening

After first one hour of day’s trading, DSEX, the benchmark index of the DSE, raises over 3.97 points or 0.07 percent to stand at 5594.63


Tata Steel exploring possibility at Bangladesh market Tata Steel exploring possibility at Bangladesh market

Tata Steel offers branded rebars, doors, windows, modular housing, toilets and water ATMs etc in the Indian market and generates some Rs 700 crore


Indian entrepreneurs keen to invest in joint ventures in Bangladesh Indian entrepreneurs out to invest in joint ventures

The Indian delegation is also keen to set up an engineering institution in Chittagong and generate skilled manpower in engineering IT


Apparel sector has 95% local investors: BGMEA Apparel sector has 95% local investors: BGMEA

Bangladesh is also working on decreasing its dependency on imports as there has been a significant capacity building in the area of yarn and fabrics


Bangladesh may be world’s 23rd largest economy by 2050 Bangladesh may be world’s 23rd largest economy by 2050

A PwC report says China and India will lead the world economy after 33 years while the US will drop to the third position

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