Though the government has acknowledged the crisis, it has not taken enough initiatives to face the situation, said the discussants
Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industries (FBCCI) has demanded the government does not raise the tariff of power and gas saying that any rise of such utilities would be a suicidal ...
Mango special train is likely to start from the first week of June on the Rohonpur-Chapainawabganj-Dhaka route.
Sheikh Hasina urged the advanced economies and multilateral financial institutions to come forward and grant duty-free-quota-free market access
Von der Leyen also said she favoured coupling the long-term reconstruction of Ukraine with reforms needed for it to join the European Union
Dollar price is now excessively high all across the world. It rose 16 per cent in the last one year and reached a 20-year high, putting the small economies in a dire state
The World Bank on Wednesday announced an additional $12 billion in funding for projects to address the global food security crisis, bringing the total to $30 billion
Prime minister Sheikh Hasina has stressed maintaining austerity in every sphere of life, reports BSS.
Afghanistan faces a budget deficit of 44 billion Afghanis ($501 million) this financial year, the country's Taliban authorities said on Saturday without clarifying how the gap between expected ...
Bangladesh has registered a 44 per cent jump in import spending in the July-March period as shipping costs as well as prices of consumer products, raw materials and fuel went up to a significant ...
Bangladesh Knowledge Forum (BKF) expects Budget 2021 to build upon the gains and strengths of the Bangladesh economy and the robust and remarkable economic performance achieved in the past years
Global stock markets rebounded Friday as fears eased about the pace of interest rate rises in the United States that are aimed at bringing down the country's highest inflation in decades
Stocks on Thursday extended the losing streak for the third straight session as risk-averse investors opted for a quick profit on major sector issues
World equities mostly fell Thursday and the euro hit a five-year dollar low as investors worried about growth amid stubborn inflation and rising interest rates
East Asian economic leaders warned on Thursday of risks to the region's outlook and pledged to remain committed to market stability and sound fiscal policy