Mohammad Suman | The Daily Star
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  • Ctg customs to auction Tk 45cr goods

    Chattogram Customs House will auction off around 1,050 tonnes of abandoned goods worth Tk 45 crore on Sunday. It will get rid of around 50 lots of goods, including 180 pieces of CNG-run auto-rickshaws, 150 tonnes of garment fabrics, 300 tonnes of steel items, and 130 tonnes of chemicals.
  • Govt-fixed soybean oil rates fall on deaf ears

    Retailers and wholesalers in Chattogram market are continuing to charge Tk 3 to Tk 4 higher than the Tk 115 fixed by the government as the retail price of each litre of loose soybean oil four days ago.
  • Prices of essentials rise ahead of Ramadan

    Prices of many essential commodities, such as edible oil, chickpeas and sugar, have gone up at both retail and wholesale markets across Chattogram despite a rise in imports in the past three months.
  • PHP to rev up car assembling capacity

    In line with the growing market trend of brand new cars, PHP Automobiles, one of the country’s leading car makers, plans to increase its assembling capacity as well as locally manufacturing a majority of the components.
  • ‘Illegal courier service’ in guise of factory machinery import

    Bearing telltale signs of an illegal courier service, some 70 tonnes of personal goods and contraband items were seized by Chattogram Customs House on Sunday for being imported under a false declaration of being factory machinery, apparently to evade duty.