Daily Archives: January 24, 2013

Bangladesh, a model for MDGs

BANGLADESH, A MODEL FOR MDGS UN OFFICIAL PRAISES EFFORTS Star Business Report The world looks to Bangladesh for its inputs beyond 2015, thanks to the country’s strong performance in achieving Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), a top official said yesterday. “The … Continue reading

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Bangladesh second to Sri Lanka

BANGLADESH SECOND TO SRI LANKA Bangladesh is second in South Asia, just behind Sri Lanka which tops the region in economic growth during 2012, an UN report says. Hosain Ahmad  The report “World Economic Situation and Prospects 2013” says that … Continue reading

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Big Leap Forward

BIG LEAP FORWARD Abdur Rahim Harmachi The government has received investment proposals worth Tk 713 billion last year. If they materialize, the investments could lead to creation of 364,000 jobs in Bangladesh. The Bangladesh Investment Board has disclosed this statistics in a … Continue reading

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Dhaka, Moscow sign 9 deals

DHAKA, MOSCOW SIGN 9 DEALS $1B RUSSIAN CREDIT FOR ARMS PURCHASE MOSCOW: Russian President Vladimir Putin Tuesday met the prime minister of Bangladesh for talks that included the signing of a $1 billion arms contract, the Asian nation’s biggest since … Continue reading

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RUSSIAN WEAPONS ARE MOST APPROPRIATE FOR BANGLADESH

RUSSIAN WEAPONS ARE MOST APPROPRIATE FOR BANGLADESH NATALYA BENYUKH Modern Russian weapons are the most appropriate armaments for Bangladesh, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bangladesh emphasized in an exclusive interview with the Voice of Russia. She gave an interview about … Continue reading

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