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Trade bodies hail IBBL’s move to bring down interest rate By Jannatul Islam | Last Updated: 20th June, 2018, 00:00

Privately-run Islami Bank Limited is going to bring down the interest rate to a single digit which is widely appreciated by the business community. The bank authorities will introduce the new interest…

Trade bodies hail IBBL’s move 
to bring down interest rate

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