• NBR to take heavy action to hunt potential taxpayers

    Daily Dhaka Times: The National Board of Revenue (NBR) is planning to launch a special drive to identify potential taxpayers who have continued to dodge paying taxes. The initiative was taken as part of the NBR plan to bring at least 320,000 taxpayers under the tax net by the end of this fiscal year. The […]

  • Bangladesh received $1.3b remittance in Sept

    Daily Dhaka Times: The country received $1.346 billion in remittances in September of the current year. Bangladesh Bank statistics reveal that the four state-owned commercial banks – Agrani, Janata, Rupali and Sonali – received $399.37 million from the expatriate Bangladeshis while four state-owned specialised banks got $14.88 million. The maximum remittance came through the private […]

  • Yunus to partner with Boston Consulting Group

    Daily Dhaka Times: Nobel Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus and his organisation Yunus Social Business (YSB) has signed a memorandum of understanding with Boston Consulting Group (BCG) to form a global partnership. Yunus Social Business became the BCG’s sixth partner globally on September 26, allowing the social business company to receive the well-known US consulting firm’s […]

  • BASIC Bank scam: ACC files 18 cases

    Daily Dhaka Times: The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) today filed a total of 18 cases with three police stations in Dhaka in connection with alleged irregularities and corruption at BASIC Bank. Former managing director of the state-run bank Fakhrul Islam has been accused in most of the cases filed for swindling of over Tk 650 crore. […]

  • Runa Laila and Rejowana graced ‘UCB Logo Re-Launching’

    Daily Dhaka Times: In the last few years, United Commercial Bank (UCB) has continually proved to be one of the most promising banks in the Bangladeshi Banking Sector, dedicated to the continual development of the people of Bangladesh. Which is why, to keep pace with the constantly evolving, highly dynamic market of Bangladesh, UCB has, […]

  • Traders concerned over failing to meet demands of raw hide during Eid

    Daily Dhaka Times: Tannery owners, worried about preserving raw hides made available during Eid-ul-Azha sacrifice due to hot weather, also fear a sharp drop due to Indian restrictions on cow smuggling. Hides of animals sacrificed during Eid meet nearly half of Bangladesh’s annual demand of raw hides for the country’s leather industry. Maximum temperature on […]


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