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  • eGeneration to give AI-based services to Dubai firm

    SmartCrowd, a Dubai-based crowdfunding company, has recently assigned Bangladeshi IT firm eGeneration to create

  • Exports rise 7pc in Jul-Dec

    Exports rose 7.15 percent year-on-year to $17.92 billion in the first half of the fiscal year, maintaining the growth

  • Apparel exports saved by sturdy dollar

    The favourable US dollar-taka exchange rate has lent a helping hand to apparel exporters in the outgoing calendar

  • 13 closed textile mills to reopen

    The government is going to renovate and reopen 13 textile mills under public-private partnership arrangement at a

  • Japan exports boom

    Japanese exports accelerated sharply in November, yet again pointing to growing momentum in the world's third-

  • India proposes Bangladesh for joint study on exports

    India has suggested Bangladesh to carry out a joint study on products being exported by the two countries in order to complement each other and attain synergy.

  • Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina

    2 more leather estates in Rajshahi, Ctg: PM

    Expressing the hope to bag $ 5 billion export earnings from the leather, leather goods and footwear sector out of the total export earnings of $60 billion as per the Vision 2021, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today said two more leather industrial estates will be set up in Rajshahi and Chittagong divisions to flourish the sector.

  • Tamabil Land Port

    Tamabil Land Port inaugurated in Sylhet

    Much-awaited Tamabil Land Port is inaugurated along Gowainghat border in Sylhet which is expected to boost country’s business with Indian states of Meghalaya, Tripura, Nagaland and Assam.

  • Chemical exporters appeal against India's anti-dumping duty

    Two local companies have filed petitions with the Indian authority for reviewing the anti-dumping duty imposed on shipment of a textile chemical from Bangladesh, officials said.

  • Water: Garments’ invisible price

    Bangladesh boasts as the world’s number two garment exporter. Every third European has a t-shirt made in Bangladesh on his back. Every fifth American wears jeans manufactured in Bangladesh. But this is not a story of how many million pieces we export. This is a story of the invisible price we pay every time a jeans rolls out of a factory in Bangladesh. The western buyers little know how much water, that precious resource, was used to wash and dye his shirt. The figures are mind boggling.

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