October 2, 2022, 6:37 am
To mitigate the ongoing liquidity crunch, the state-owned enterprises (SoEs) may be allowed to deposit 60 per cent of their funds with the public banks and rest 40 per cent with the PCBs
The Finance Minister sought another five-year term for the Awami League government
The commerce and industry ministry of Sri Lanka has called for stronger maritime and air links with Bangladesh to boost bilateral trade and investments between the two South Asian countries
Under the provision, Bangladeshi companies having businesses in the low- tax regimes would have to pay a part of tax as per country's corporate-tax rates
NBR will discuss issues relating to customs and tax with representatives of 21 sectors as part of its pre-budget talks
Bangladesh can catch fish from up to 660 kilometres from the Bay of Bengal
The government has enacted the Public-Private Partnership Act-2015 to provide legal framework for creation of PPPs by involving the private sector participation along with the public sector and attracting local and foreign in
Bangladesh export earnings from US saw a 4.46% fall to $5.07 billion in 2017
Greater job creation, better use of funds from new windows a must. Muhith says as experts show ways of dealing with BD's post-LDC challenges, opportunities
Under the order, exporters enjoy VAT exemptions from both imports of raw materials for the production of export goods and shipment of products.
Prior to 2010, there were about 20 small manufacturers in the sector in the country, employing around 1,500 people. Now, over 40,000 people are directly working in toy manufacturing
Bangladesh’s graduation from the LDCs’ group is an outcome of the government’s continuous development initiatives, while the private sector, especially export-oriented industries and non-government organizations, played a vit
Total export from Bangladesh to the US was $5.27 billion in 2017, down by 3.98% from 2016. Of this, only $204 million was from non-apparel products
Bangladesh’s export sector will face tougher competition in the global market after losing duty-free market access and preferential trade benefits when it graduates from LDC status and officially joins the ranks of developing
Jubilant processions will be brought out in the afternoon from nine places of the capital city. The processions will end at the Bangabandhu National Stadium in a colourful cultural show in the evening where the prime minister
The celebration began at the Bangabandhu International Conference Centre (BICC) this day morning.
Under the relaxations, authorised dealers (ADs) in foreign exchange banks will issue a certificate to the exporter in the prescribed form to be produced to the carrier company, enabling them to draw the shipping documents acc
Selling the US dollar by the central bank also contributed to the trimming of their excess liquidity, officials said, as experts forewarned of slower economic activity for possible financing crunch.
The Power Division has sought a budgetary allocation of Tk 316.27 billion for the next fiscal year (FY), up by 47.39 per cent than that of the current fiscal
In view of the paltry data, NBR has decided to visit some 40 companies wherein foreign workers are employed. The search drive planned for next three months up till end of this fiscal year