Staff Correspondent: Ministers of three nations visited the factory of country’s electronics giant Walton at Chandra of Gazipur district on Thursday.
Economic Correspondent: The country’s electronics giant ‘Walton’ has extended the tenure of replacement guaranty on its produced fridges up to one year for its valued customers with effective from October 1, 2016.
Risingbd Desk: Automation threatens 69 per cent of the jobs in India, while 77 per cent in China, according to a World Bank research which has said that technology could fundamentally disrupt the pattern of traditional economic path in developing countries.
Economic Correspondent: Thanks Walton for providing swift and best after sales services. Now, we can enjoy our life through purchasing Bangladeshi brand Walton products without lot of costs, said Md Tariqul Islam, a resident of Char Kamalapur in Faridpur district.
Economic Correspondent: Bangladesh’s electronics giant ‘Walton’ has officially kicked off the marketing of its new product ‘6th Generation Intel processor based laptops’ in the domestic tech market.
Economic Correspondent: Government offices reopened on Thursday after a six-day long holiday on the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha.
Senior Correspondent: Bangladesh is moving ahead facing several types of crisis.
Economic Correspondent: The sales of refrigerators have been geared up across the country following the imminent Eid-ul-Azha, one of the biggest religious festivals of Muslims, to be celebrated in on Tuesday next.
Staff Correspondent: "Walton has won the hearts of Bangladeshi people. As much as I see Walton, I become amazed. All their products are well standard."
Staff Correspondent: More than 400 exhibitors have participated in the 13rd SAARC Trade Fair which started on Thursday at Changlimithang Stadium in Thimpu.
Economic Correspondent: Finance Minister Abul Maal Abdul Muhith on Wednesday said that every people should pay Tax to take part in the development of the country.
Staff Correspondent, Chittagong: The Peninsula Chittagong has announced special offer on the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha, one of the biggest festivals of Muslims.
Staff Correspondent: "We have found that Walton is Bangladesh`s largest manufacture of electronics and electrical products. They are manufacturing world-class home appliances."
International Desk: The global economy is being threatened by rising protectionism and risks from highly leveraged financial markets, Chinese President Xi Jinping said at the open of a two-day summit of leaders from G20 nations.
Economic Correspondent: Bangladesh`s foreign exchange reserves have reached a new height, crossing the $31-billion mark.
Staff Correspondent: Terming "Income Tax Form" complicated, State Minister for Finance and Planning M A Mannan said, "Tax payer could not understand the form easily. Government has already started processing to make it comprehensible.”
Economic Reporter: The country’s electronics giant Walton has joined its hands with the US based world’s renowned companies ‘Intel Corporation’ and Microsoft Corporation’ to introduce various high-tech devices in the country’s potential information and communication technology sector.
Special Correspondent: Finance Minister AMA Muhith said that there is no fear for Bangladesh to include in the list of vulnerable countries although the draft report on ‘Asia/Pacific Group on Money Laundering (APG) Mutual Evaluation’ focused some low categories regarding Bangladesh.
Economic Correspondent: State minister for labour and employment Mujibul Haque said festival allowance and salary of workers in readymade garments and other industries have to be paid by September 5 and 10 respectively on the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha.
Risingbd Desk: SWIFT, the global financial messaging system, on Tuesday disclosed new hacking attacks on its member banks as it pressured them to comply with security procedures instituted after February`s high-profile $81 million heist at Bangladesh Bank.
Risingbd Desk: EU antitrust regulators ordered Apple on Tuesday to pay up to 13 billion euros ($14.5 billion) in taxes plus interest to the Irish government after ruling that a special scheme to route profits through Ireland was illegal state aid.
Economic Correspondent: Donor countries have promised for more financial aid for Bangladesh in July, the first month of the current fiscal year (2016-17). They have promised for US$1,167.91 crore as aid in this fiscal year.