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Soon the situation in Chittagong Hill Tracts will be calm: Obaidul Quader

KNF attack to loot money and show capability: RAB

Kidnapped manager of Sonali Bank returns to his family

Home Minister to visit Bandarban tomorrow to inspect situation

China's BRI in Bangladesh: Unveiling debt-trap diplomacy and geopolitical implications

Dhaka, Oct 10: China has been increasing its engagement with Bangladesh, especially in the past decade, as it tries to make a success of its flagship programme – the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). In its hegemonic and expansionist design in Asia and beyond, the BRI is a key tool, and countries like Bangladesh are a pawn in its game for Great Power status.

Exports to China fall despite tariff benefits

Dhaka, July 29: In the last fiscal year, Bangladesh's exports to China fell to $677 million, which is the lowest in the last three years.

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Dhaka, July 29: In the last fiscal year, Bangladesh's exports to China fell to $677 million, which is the lowest in the last three years.

Bangladesh unearths tax evasion of Tk 5 crore from goods exported by China

Dhaka, May 13: China has always been in news in Bangladesh for wrong reasons. During the last two years, several cases of attempts of tax evasion by Chinese entities either based in China or Bangladesh (BD) have come to the fore. Among others, export of items from China to BD under false declaration has been one of the major concerns for BD authorities as it incurs heavy losses to the exchequer of the country.

Bangladesh will surpass China in garment industry, report claims

Dhaka, January 28: China has fallen into an economic recession due to the impact of Corona. The European Union (EU) is generally the largest importer of clothing from the Chinese market. Statistics show that Bangladesh can surpass China in terms of clothing imports. A mass media in Bangladesh has revealed such information.

Economies of India's neighbors in turmoil

Dhaka, August 8: The Ukraine war has created economic instability on the Indian subcontinent.

China is taking the opportunity to buy half leather at a low price

Dhaka, July 25: The biggest brands of leather products in the world are European-American. Buyers of those brands give utmost importance to quality, environment and management of tanneries while buying leather. Must have Leather Working Group (LWG) certificate. The only institution in the country has that full certificate. That is why Bangladesh is lagging behind in the world market even though the quality of leather is good. Using this opportunity, Chinese companies are buying leather at a low price. China does not attach much importance to this certificate.

Cost of raising children increasing in China

Beijing, April 17: Nowadays, the education of a child is quite expensive. According to a study, the difference in cost according to the country is sky-high.

Tax evasion cases by Chinese companies unearthed in Bangladesh

Dhaka, March 22: Several reports have indicted Chinese companies of malpractice and violating local laws of countries in which they operate. Already suffering from a poor image in corporate ethics, Chinese companies have been found to be violating the laws of the land in Bangladesh causing loss to the exchequer.

China is investing USD 8.43 billion in Africa as part of Digital Silk Road initiative: Report

Beijing, October 16: Chinese companies have invested USD 8.43 bn in Africa as a part of extending its digital footprints in the continent.

Bangladesh's economy is moving forward with export and expatriate income: Asian Development Bank

Dhaka, July 24: According to predictions by the Asian Development Bank, Bangladesh's economic growth will continue even in the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic. The way in which the economy of this country overcame all obstacles during the first wave of the epidemic will continue in the days to come, the ADB said.

Bangladesh is India's fifth largest export market

Dhaka, June 17: In the first three months of this year, Bangladesh has risen to the fourth position in the list of India's top export markets. And in the fiscal year 2020-21, Bangladesh ranks fifth in the world as an export destination for Indians.

Bangladesh now shifting towards Japanese investments from China

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, 17 February 2021: The Japanese government is giving special incentives to Japanese companies to bring manufacturing plants from China to Bangladesh.

Bangladesh is performing well in economic front: Report

Dhaka/UNI, February 3: Bangladesh is performing well in the economic front and its export earnings are increasing rapidly at the moment, a report said.

Panic as onion prices plummet after India resumes export

Dhaka, January 5: Even five days ago, onions imported from China, Turkey, Ukraine, Netherlands and Egypt were sold at Tk 35 to Tk 45 per kilogram in Khatunganj, Chittagong, but the news of the entry of Indian onions in the market has caused the prices of those onions to come down overnight. Traders said that if Indian onion imports are not stopped immediately, the importers who helped during the crisis will go out of business.