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Jute, jute goods export income rose by 40pc

The contribution of jute to the national economy has risen substantially thanks to various steps taken by the government, the jute ministry said Tuesday.

Jute, jute goods export income rose by 40pc

Export growth sees slight decline

Export growth decreased again last month due to the impact of coronavirus, after growth for a three-month stretch, according to the Export Promotion Bureau (EPB).

Impact of the coronavirus outbreak lingers in the export sector

Jute

Safia Shama weaves her business with jute

Safia Shama is a successful entrepreneur in jute goods, though coronavirus did disrupt her business for some time. She's back in business now, determined to revive her thriving enterprise.

Safia Shama

China’s factory activity growth slows slightly in October

China’s vast industrial sector is steadily returning to the levels seen before the pandemic paralysed huge swathes of the economy

Aluminium bar stock is seen inside a factory in Dongguan, China, on 10 April 2018

Sonamasjid land port operations remain suspended for 5-day

However, the Sonamasjid immigration will remain open for the passport-holding passengers

Sonamasjid land port operations remain suspended for 5-day

TIB warns govt of money laundering thru ‘foreign bribery’

Expressing grave concern that Bangladesh’s leading foreign trade partners have been shockingly failing to enforce action against foreign bribery, Transparency International Bangladesh called upon the ...

TIB warns govt of money laundering thru ‘foreign bribery’

IMF sees less severe global contraction

IMF chief economist Gita Gopinath said some $12 trillion in fiscal support and unprecedented monetary easing from governments and central banks helped to limit the damage, but employment remains well ...

Gita Gopinath, economic counsellor and director of the research department at the International Monetary Fund (IMF), speaks during a news conference in Santiago, Chile, on 23 July 2019

Tokyo eyes building stronger ties with Dhaka ahead: Ambassador Naoki

Japan wants to build stronger ties with Bangladesh taking important milestones ahead as opportunities to support Bangladesh’s overall development

Tokyo eyes building stronger ties with Dhaka ahead: Ambassador Naoki

Economy on track to recovery

The overall economy, hit hard by the coronavirus, is on the way to recovery as several indicators of micro economy are improving, economists have said.

Containers at Chattogram port

Jashore fish farmers call for ban on fish import from India

Fish farmers and importantly the fisheries department of Jashore district call for a ban on importing fish from India at a time when the country’s fish imports from the neighbour have doubled through ...

People gather fish on the beach during the coronavirus pandemic
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