Dhaka, Bangladesh
‘$320b needed in infrastructure to be world’s 30th economy’
Bangladesh needs 320 billion U S dollar investment only in   read more>>
Selim RF Hussain, managing director and chief executive officer, Bilquis Jahan, head of Human Resources, Zara Jabeen Mahbub, head of Communications, Nurun Nahar Begum, chairperson, TARA, Women’s Forum   read more>>
Beyond China, carmakers seek new drivers of Asian growth
SHANGHAI, Apr 20: Southeast Asia’s potential beckons as global automakers   read more>>
European car market speeds ahead in March
PARIS, Apr 20: The European car market clocked up double-digit   read more>>
Hasan Masud, popular TV actor, handing over liquid soap to a city dweller as part of the campaign launched by Savlon with the aim to create awareness about health and cleanliness among the common peop   read more>>
Md. Sanaullah Shahid, chairman of the Executive Committee of Shahjalal Islami Bank Limited, presiding over the 706th EC meeting of the bank in the city recently. The members of the committee discussed   read more>>
Japan’s exports jump in March
TOKYO, Apr 20: Japanese exports recorded their biggest gain in   read more>>
World stocks struggle over Le Pen, N Korea
LONDON, Apr 20: World stocks eked out small gains on   read more>>
Md Motaleb Hossain, deputy managing director of Standard Bank Limited, and Syed Hammadul Karim, chief marketing officer of MetLife Bangladesh, are exchanging documents after signing an agreement on be   read more>>
Resilient growth of China injects vigor into world economy
WASHINGTON, Apr 20 (Xinhua): The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on   read more>>
Oil prices regain ground, dollar index holds losses
LONDON, Apr 20: Oil prices regained some ground on Thursday,   read more>>
Meno Liew, managing director of Farrer Park Hospital’s Dhaka office, and Moeen Tariq, managing director of Concito PR, are exchanging documents after signing an agreement on behalf of their respective   read more>>
IAEA, Rosatom ink deal to improve nuclear infrastructure
IAEA, Rosatom ink deal to improve nuclear infrastructureThe International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and Russia’s state corporation Rosatom have   read more>>