Economic Reporter: Bangladesh Bank (BB) has announced its flagship monetary policy statement (MPS) for the first half of the current 2017-18 financial year (FY18).
Economic Reporter: Bangladesh Bank (BB) will announce Wednesday its flagship monetary policy statement (MPS) for the first half of the current 2017-18 financial year (FY18).
Milton Ahmed: The country’s electronics giant ‘Walton’ has greatly focused on the upcoming Eid-ul-Azha, one of the largest religious festivals of the Muslim community, by setting a target of selling out about five lakh pieces of refrigerators and freezers during the month of July and August this year.
Economic Reporter: The country’s electronics giant ‘Walton’ has launched new model air conditioner with Ionizer technology in the local market.
Staff Correspondent: The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved a US$526 million, $52.60 crore, Multitranche Financing Facility (MFF) to sustain and increase infrastructure investments in the country.
Milton Ahmed: Country's leading electronics brand Walton has extended its replacement period from six months to one year for LED televisions with the assurance for customers of providing a new device on any fault in TV panel.
Milton Ahmed: Walton has brought about 200 models of home and kitchen appliances with unique design in the local market with the aim of upholding its Ramadan sales growth during the period of Eid-ul-Azha or Qurbani Eid.
Augustin Sujan: Local brand Walton added two new models of smartphones to its Primo NH series. The new 'Primo NH3' and 'Primo NH3 Lite' feature similar design and most of the specs. Priced at 7,790 and 6,490 BDT, the phones are available with three different colours - coffee, black and golden- at all Walton Plaza and branded outlets across the country.
Economic Reporter: The local electronics and electrical home appliances manufacturer ‘Marcel’ is now showcasing more than 200 eye-catching models of its wide range of products following the imminent Eid-ul-Azha, one of the biggest religious festivals of the country’s Muslim community, aimed at continuing its huge sales during Eid-ul-Fitr.
KMA Hasnath: As a part of accelerating potential economic growth, Japan will give a total of 178.223 billion yen (about US$1.59 billion) to Bangladesh as Official Development Assistance (ODA) loans for six infrastructure projects. The loan amount stands approximately TK 13,000 crore.
Parliament Correspondent: The Jatiya Sangsad (JS) on Wednesday passed the 'Finance Bill 2017' with several amendments to the budget proposals, including reducing the rates of excise duty on the deposits of bank accounts and delaying the full enforcement of the Value Added Tax (VAT) and Supplementary Duty Act, 2012.
Economic Reporter: The banks have kept open some of their branches located at commercial areas and district towns today (Saturday) to help businesspeople operate their financial activities properly ahead of Eid-ul-Fitr.
Staff Correspondent, Chittagong: Lachcha Semai is being sold Tk 1000 per kg. It is a surprised price. Generally, Lachcha Semai is being sold in the market from Tk 140 to Tk 600 per kg.
Milton Ahmed: Renowned local electronics brand ‘Marcel’ targeted 25 percent sales growth on refrigerators in the holy month of Ramadan as the demand and trust of the consumers for its products are gradually mounting.
Staff Correspondent: The country’s electronics giant ‘Walton’ has set a target of selling two lakh pieces of refrigerators in the holy month of Ramadan as the demand for the cooling appliances is relatively high centering Eid-ul-Fitr, one of the largest festivals of Muslims. The target is 20 percent higher than the previous year.
Staff Correspondent: Two teams of the Awami League led 14-party alliance will visit the flood-affected areas.
Entertainment Desk: Like any other teenybopper, Indian actress Anushka Sharma loved attending parties during her adolescent days. But today, she isn’t a party bug. In fact, she reveals she is a homebody.