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Bangladesh impresses investors

Bangladesh Investment Summit

Bangladesh impresses investors

Last month, Standard Chartered Bank and City Bank organised a daylong conference to promote the investment case for Bangladesh on the world stage. Titled the Bangladesh Investment Summit, it was attended by representatives from prominent global financial firms, and The Daily Star was the media partner of the event. This is the third...

Mount Elizabeth growing stronger in healthcare

Mount Elizabeth growing stronger in healthcare

Mount Elizabeth Hospital in Singapore has continued its stellar growth in the past 35 years to become one of the most well-respected and famous brands for healthcare providers in the country and region. Officials of the hospital -- one of the four owned by Parkway Pantai in the city state -- credited its exceptional...

Panasonic starts selling vegetable in Singapore

Panasonic starts selling vegetable in Singapore

Japan's Panasonic Corp, best known for its television sets and home theatre systems, wants to feed Singaporeans its radishes and lettuce. A unit of the electronics conglomerate last week started selling to a chain of Japanese restaurants in Singapore fresh produce grown in what it says is the first licensed indoor vegetable farm in...

Singapore launches jobs website favouring locals

Singapore on Monday launched a jobs website favouring citizens and permanent residents in response to mounting complaints that foreigners are stealing professional jobs from locals. The Workforce Development Agency said the "Jobs Bank" website will match employment opportunities with profiles of locals seeking employment or a change of jobs. From August 1, companies needing professional workers must advertise on the site for at least 14 days before they can seek an employment pass for a foreigner from the Ministry of Manpower. This...

Safety steps could save 2 Bangladeshi workers: Singapore court

Safety steps could save 2 Bangladeshi workers: Singapore court

A fatal industrial accident involving two Bangladeshi nationals who fell from height in Singapore could have been avoided if safe work methods had been practiced, said a coroner yesterday. State Coroner Marvin Bay was giving his findings into the deaths of construction workers Rajib Md Abdul Hannan, 24, and Abinash Roy, 28, who fell...

'The brain ages faster' when sleep compromised

'The brain ages faster' when sleep compromised

The brain of older people ages faster when they have shortness of sleep, reports Medical News Today quoting researchers from Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School Singapore. The research on healthy adults aged 55 years and older, published in the journal Sleep, used magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and neuropsychological assessment to investigate changes in the brain...

ABB shows ways of reliable power

ABB shows ways of reliable power

The power sector should have compact substations equipped with state-of-the-art switchgear technology to save significant space and execution time in offering technical solutions, analysts said. They spoke at a recent seminar organised by a leading power and automation company—ABB—in Dhaka. Over 125 customers and stakeholders from Bangladesh and ABB delegates from different countries, including Switzerland,...

Gold smuggling ringleader held: DB

Gold smuggling ringleader held: DB

Detectives today claimed to have arrested the mastermind of a gold smuggling syndicate operating in Singapore, Malaysia, Dubai, India and Bangladesh. The capture of nine persons, scheduled to fly for Malaysia Sunday evening, led to the arrest of the alleged mastermind, Nazrul Islam Liton, 33, at a house in Purana Paltan a day later,...

8 Bangladeshis cleared of rioting at Singapore dorm

8 Bangladeshis cleared of rioting at Singapore dorm

Eight Bangladeshi workers have been cleared of rioting in a dormitory after a fight with another group - which is thought to have erupted over the result of a cricket match, reports The Straits Times. The eight, aged 26 to 38, were given a discharge amounting to an acquittal yesterday (Tuesday) for being part...

Japan investment in Southeast Asia surges amid China slump

Japanese companies' investments in Southeast Asia surged last year to almost three times the amount invested in China, after relations between Beijing and Tokyo soured in 2012 and Chinese labour costs rose, a government agency of Japan said on Friday. Japanese companies invested 2.33 trillion yen ($22.8 billion) in Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Vietnam last year, compared with 887 billion yen in China, Japan's largest trading partner, the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO), said. Investments doubled in Southeast...

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