JICA

Japan International Cooperation Agency

Shahjalal airport's capacity to increase by two and a half times

Piling for the third terminal is already complete. Pillars of the building as well as the runway are being constructed with the active involvement of around five thousand workers

Shahjalal airport's capacity to increase by two and a half times

Climate change: Adaptation and mitigation go hand in hand

Development partners will work closely with Bangladesh on climate change adaptation

Climate change: Adaptation and mitigation go hand in hand

What is the logic of ‘hypothetical’ cost estimates in LGED projects?

Every development project has some stages such as feasibility studies and planning, cost estimation, standard and time frame. Transparency and accountability at every stage are prerequisites to ...

What is the logic of ‘hypothetical’ cost estimates in LGED projects?

BEZA, JICA ink deal for preparatory survey of Ocean Front EZ in BSMSN

The Bangladesh Economic Zones Authority (BEZA) and the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Monday signed an agreement

BEZA, JICA ink deal for preparatory survey of Ocean Front EZ in BSMSN

Foreign investment, corruption and national competence

Foreign investment is being made at the cost of local competence, corruption prevails in mega projects and critics are simply silenced

Foreign investment, corruption and national competence

24,000 vehicles to cross Padma bridge every day

Padma bridge will establish direct communication with 21 districts of the southern region, with around 24,000 vehicles crossing the bridge a day

24,000 vehicles to cross Padma bridge every day

Padma bridge’s last span may be put in place Thursday

The last span of Padma bridge may be put in place Thursday. With the placement of the last span, Padma’s two banks Mawa and Jajira will be connected.

With the placement of the last span, Padma’s two banks Mawa and Jajira will be connected

COVID-19 fallout: Govt set to borrow huge in three fiscal years

The government has planned to borrow Tk 5714.5 billion from various sources from home and abroad over the next three fiscal years, including the running one

Finance minister AHM Mustafa Kamal places Tk 5,680 billion national budget for the 2020-21 fiscal at Jatiya Sangsad setting a target of attaining a 8.2 per cent GDP growth, offsetting the impact of the coronavirus pandemic
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