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CPD recommends devaluing taka, reducing savings interests CPD recommends devaluation of Taka

It also recommends for reducing the interest rate of savings certificates, controlling the rice price and to cut prices of diesel and kerosene


Bangladesh to achieve 6.8pc GDP growth in FY17, says World Bank Bangladesh to achieve 6.8pc GDP growth in FY17: WB

The report also forecast that Bangladesh's GDP growth will stand at 6.4 percent in FY18 and 6.7 percent in FY 19


Bangladesh to import additional 2,000 MW power from India, says Nasrul More 2,000 MW power from India: Nasrul

He says the government is working relentlessly to supply electricity to the doorsteps of the common people


Local manufacturers want 10pc duty on solar module imports Demand for 10pc duty on solar module imports

The local manufacturers also want the government to impose a reference value at US 50 cents per watt-peak


BFA demands distribution of all fertilisers through BCIC dealers Distribute fertilisers thru BCIC dealers: BFA

Bangladesh Fertiliser Association says BCIC dealers been been distributing the agriculture input among farmers since 1995


US government 'hacked global bank system' US government 'hacked global bank system'

If genuine, it represents perhaps the most significant exposure of NSA files since the Edward Snowden leaks in 2013


A Display Of Tradition Or Capitalist Economy? A Display Of Tradition Or Capitalist Economy?

This national festival creates opportunity for corporate sector to promote their brands and products


Brittle economy risk for Erdogan ahead of Turkey poll Brittle economy risk for Erdogan ahead of Turkey poll

A Turkish economist who has spoke to AFP on condition of anonymity said the weak economy was "already hurting" Erdogan and the 'Yes' campaign


NBR's 'Hal Khata' gets huge response from businesspeople NBR's 'Hal Khata' gets huge response from businesspeople

Visitors were served with traditional sweets such as 'batasa', 'narkeler naru,' 'swandesh,' 'kadma,' 'murali', 'moa' and watermelon on earthen plates


Asian markets lower amid concerns over tensions in Koreas   Asian markets lower amid concerns over tensions in Koreas

The dollar strengthened to 109.18 yen from 109.12 yen while the euro rose slightly to $1.0617 from $1.0616


US stock indexes post modest losses; bond yields slump US stock indexes post modest losses; bond yields slump

In late trading, the dollar weakened to 109.10 yen, down from 109.69 yen late Tuesday while the euro strengthened to $1.0669 from $1.0608


Private sector generates 49pc power, says Nasrul Private sector generates 49pc power: Nasrul

He says except base load power, rest of electricity would be taken from private sector


Government working to reach 65 pc technical education, says Education Minister Nahid Govt working to reach 65 pc technical education: Nahid

He says there was only one percent student enrollment in the technical and vocation education while the current enrollment is 14 percent


Asian stocks slip, yen and gold rise as global risks weigh Asian stocks slip, yen and gold rise as global risks weigh

Gold, another asset sought by nervous investors, continued to gain, rising $4.80 to $1,274.20 an ounce, its highest in more than five months


Power purchase deal for 149 MW tomorrow Power purchase deal for 149 MW tomorrow

The contract period will be effective for a period of 15 years

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