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New Online Issue

Dear readers, please enjoy our latest November 2016 issue.

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Key Milestones

  • Our website marks its fourth year online
  • In publication since 1966 in the English language covering various economic and business stories
  • Ever maintaining high journalistic standards without compromise
..:: FROM THE EDITOR ::..    
Muhammad Zamir, a former Ambassador and Chief Information Commissioner of the Information Commission, is and analyst specialised in foreign affairs, right to information and good governance,writes, we have just celebrated the 45th anniversary of our Victory Day - a symbol of
..:: FEATURE ::..    
High rate of non-performing loan is an acute problem
Banking sector in Bangladesh has rapidly developed during the last four decades. In fact, a revolutionary change has taken place in the country's banking arena. Product diversification, automation, online banking, mobile banking, reaching banking services to the doorstep of the common people including the poor
From an economic cripple to a development puzzle
Abdul Bayes

At independence in 1971, Bangladesh was considered as an 'economic cripple'. It was feared further that there would be no light at the end of the tunnel. A volley of reasons worked behind this unfortunate doomsday prediction: overpopulation, poor natural
..:: LATEST FROM THE DESK ::..    
Turn decisions into actions : Prime Minister urges global leaders at UN climate conference in Marrakech

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has called on the international community to turn the decisions on climate change into actions.

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