PM's ICT Advisor Sajeeb Wazed Joy's resignation accepted
Those obstructing elections should be banned: Obaidul Quader
Whole world wants to see participatory elections in Bangladesh: EU
If I could sit on Nanu's grave all the time: Porimoni
Central Bank's protest over the reserve account
Dhaka, Nov 20: Seeking more foreign investment in Bangladesh, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said her government is taking all possible measures to attract greater foreign investment.
Dhaka, Nov 2: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said that the cards in use in the country are managed and controlled internationally. Even if there is a hostile environment internationally, we have introduced this card in our own currency so that our economy can continue to function. It will be under our control. Dependency will be cut. In particular, we do not have to depend on the hard currency.
Dhaka, Oct 27: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has urged Belgium and Luxembourg to continue duty- and quota-free access to Bangladeshi products in the markets of the two countries till 2032 under the EBA (Everything But Arms) scheme.
Dhaka, Oct 26: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has called on the European Union (EU) to grant GSP+ facilities to Bangladesh to support its development after its transition from LDC in 2026.
New York, Sept 21: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has emphasized the need to restructure the international financial system to deal with the ongoing global economic crisis.
Dhaka, August 30: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has given various directives to rein in inflation in the country through various efforts and government policies along with curbing unnecessary expenditure and wastage of government funds.
Johannesburg, August 24: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina expressed her desire to make Bangladesh a trillion dollar economy by 2041. As part of this, she called on South African investors to invest heavily in the ICT, infrastructure, textile and tourism sectors.
Dhaka, June 22: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said that the possibility of relief in the reserve is getting stronger in the future. The Prime Minister shared this information in response to a question from government party MP Shahiduzzaman Sarkar in the national parliament on Wednesday.
Dhaka, May 30: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said, we are going to give the budget after two days. In 2006, the budget was only of Tk 61,000 crore. Now we have a budget of Tk 6 lakh crore. We are taking the next budget (2023-24) to Tk 7 lakh crore.
London, May 8: Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair praised the unprecedented economic progress of Bangladesh under the dynamic leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. At the same time, he expressed his desire to help the further development of Bangladesh.
Dhaka, May 2: The World Bank will finance two and a half billion dollars for the implementation of five projects in Bangladesh. An agreement has also been signed in this regard.
Dhaka, April 30: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said Bangladesh has taken a loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for some relief. The global lender has assured to continue such cooperation in the future.
Dhaka, April 12: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has directed the concerned authorities to take necessary initiatives to exploit the immense potential of the blue economy.
Dhaka, March 21: In view of the Russia-Ukraine war, export growth is certain and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina urged the concerned parties to find new markets for Bangladeshi products.
Dhaka, March 20: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has proposed the use of Chittagong and Sylhet ports to India for mutual benefit, stressing on strengthening regional connectivity to increase trade and commerce.