Daily Archives: June 26, 2015

BANGLADESH RELATIONS WITH THE REGION ALL TIME HIGH

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DHAKA, BANGKOK TO WORK TOGETHER

DHAKA, BANGKOK TO WORK TOGETHER Diplomatic Correspondent Dhaka and Bangkok have agreed to fight together against human trafficking, money laundering, and drug smuggling and plans to sign a Memorandum of Understating (MoU) for joint investigations. The MoU will be signed … Continue reading

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CHINA EYES CHITTAGONG PORT VIA RAIL CORRIDOR TO BANGLADESH

CHINA EYES CHITTAGONG PORT VIA RAIL CORRIDOR TO BANGLADESH China has proposed to build a 3,000-kilometre high-speed railway line between Kunming, capital city of south western Chinese province of Yunnan and Kolkata that will pass through Mandalay in Myanmar and … Continue reading

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CONNECTIVITY IS IMPORTANT FOR BANGLADESH: EU ENVOY

CONNECTIVITY IS IMPORTANT FOR BANGLADESH: EU ENVOY Diplomatic Correspondent Terming Bangladesh’s approach towards connectivity as a positive measure, the European Union has said connectivity is now a pivotal concept for Bangladesh and nothing can stop it from becoming a growing … Continue reading

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CONNECTIVITY KEY TO HIGHER GROWTH

CONNECTIVITY KEY TO HIGHER GROWTH Analysts say at a global meeting on post-2015 development agenda. Developing countries should stop running after low-hanging fruits but rather develop connectivity among them to promote sustainable development, analysts said yesterday. “South-South cooperation is possible, … Continue reading

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BANGLADESH BECOMING A HUB FOR REGIONAL CONNECTIVITY

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CHINA’S SOUTHERN SILK ROUTE PLAN SHOWS THE WAY AHEAD

CHINA’S SOUTHERN SILK ROUTE PLAN SHOWS THE WAY AHEAD  Tribune Editorial The link would provide a strong fillip to trade and help the country attract the new investment it needs to advance on the government’s target of securing 7% GDP … Continue reading

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BANGLADESH PLAYING A KEY ROLE IN REGIONAL CONNECTIVITY

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