Daily Archives: March 19, 2015

BANGLADESH-SWITZERLAND BILATERAL POLITICAL CONSULTATION

BANGLADESH-SWITZERLAND BILATERAL POLITICAL CONSULTATION  Senior Correspondent, bdnews24.com The second round of the Bangladesh-Switzerland foreign office consultation, also known as bilateral political consultation, is going to be held on Mar 1 in Dhaka. Assistant State Secretary of the Swiss Federal Department … Continue reading

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THE DFID CHIEF CALLS FOR RAISING DOMESTIC REVENUE, INVESTMENT IN POWER SECTOR

GOOD WORK, KEEP IT UP THE DFID CHIEF CALLS FOR RAISING DOMESTIC REVENUE, INVESTMENT IN POWER SECTOR Star Business Report Bangladesh must continue all the good work it is doing at the moment to raise economic growth to a level … Continue reading

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DIGITAL BANGLADESH AS AN ENGINE FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH

DIGITAL BANGLADESH AS AN ENGINE FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH  Ifty Islam, Shama Alam Can tech powerhouses emerge from Bangladesh? Digital World 2015, the recently concluded four-day conference, was the fourth largest ICT event in the world, with 120 private companies and … Continue reading

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STUDY: BANGLADESH TO BE 23RD LARGEST ECONOMY BY 2050

STUDY: BANGLADESH TO BE 23rd LARGEST ECONOMY BY 2050  Kayes Sohel UK-based PwC warns political instability, natural disasters to act as headwinds Bangladesh is projected to become 23rd biggest economy in the world in next 35 years, joining for the … Continue reading

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INDIA’S RELIANCE GROUP TO BUILD FOUR POWER PLANTS IN BANGLADESH

INDIA’S RELIANCE GROUP TO BUILD FOUR POWER PLANTS IN BANGLADESH Senior Correspondent, bdnews24.com India’s Reliance Group is investing $3 billion in Bangladesh to set up four power plants with a total capacity of generating 3,000 megawatt electricity. “Initially the Reliance … Continue reading

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BANGLADESH GOVERNMENT PLANS ELECTRICITY FOR ALL CITIZENS BY 2021

BANGLADESH GOVERNMENT PLANS ELECTRICITY FOR ALL CITIZENS BY 2021 Senior Correspondent, bdnews24.com The government plans to provide electricity to all citizens by 2021, claiming that at present 68 percent of them has access to it, a minister has said. Planning … Continue reading

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MASSIVE INITIATIVE TO EXPAND, UPGRADE EDUCATION

MASSIVE INITIATIVE TO EXPAND, UPGRADE EDUCATION The government has undertaken a number of steps to expand education. The steps include establishment of new schools, colleges and universities. For the purpose, an “Education Assistance Trust Fund” with 1,000 crore Taka seed … Continue reading

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FOREIGN COMPANIES IN BANGLADESH UNDER RADAR

FOREIGN COMPANIES IN BANGLADESH UNDER RADAR The National Security Intelligence (NSI) of Bangladesh found a major role of foreign companies and it’s Liaison offices in Bangladesh in expansion of production of sub-standard readymade garments (RMG) by sub-contracting orders to non … Continue reading

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