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    Keep prices of essentials under control: Tofail to DCs

    Commerce Minister Tofail Ahmed gives instruction to the deputy commissioners (DCs) to work sincerely for keeping prices of daily essentials within the purchasing capability of consumers across the country.

  • Exporters count losses for EU air cargo ban

    Exporters are facing extreme difficulties in shipping their goods to the European Union due to a ban on direct cargo flights from Dhaka to the 28-nation bloc.

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    Thailand top milk exporter, India top producer

    India is the world's largest milk producer, with 18 percent of global production, followed by the US and China. But when it comes to milk export, Thailand is the largest milk exporter in Asia.

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    US has trade deficits with most Asian partners

    The US imports more from Asian countries than it exports and as per available data the US runs trade deficits with most of Asian countries except Singapore. The US has trade surplus of $8 billion with Singapore.

  • Export basket should be diversified: analysts

    Bangladesh has the potential to export footwear, sportswear, denim products, toys, bags and electronic goods along with garment items, a top banker said yesterday.

  • india-export

    India's April exports up by 20%

    India's exports revival continued for the eighth successive month, recording 19.77 percent growth during April 2017, official data shows.

  • Many tea workers aren't aware of May Day

    Many labourers working at the tea gardens in the country are not aware of the significance or history behind May Day. "Around one lakh out of seven lakh workers at 163 tea gardens aren't aware of the day, they knew the day is a public holiday,"

  • Bangladesh-Russia

    Russian governor wants to recruit doctors from Bangladesh

    Governor of Leningrad in Russia Oblast Alexander Drozdenko expresses his interest in recruiting skilled manpower specially doctors from Bangladesh.

  • Exports rise on boost from apparel, jute

    Export earnings grew 3.97 percent year-on-year to $25.94 billion in the July-March period of the current fiscal year on the back of higher shipments of garments, jute and jute goods and leather and leather products.

  • Weak apparel exports pare down earnings in Feb

    Export earnings declined 4.49 percent year-on-year to $2.72 billion in February due to a slowdown in apparel shipments that account for more than 80 percent of national exports.