Indian onion will enter the market before Ramadan
PM Hasina hopes India-Bangladesh friendship will be eternal
2 killed, 6 hurt in Narsingdi bus-covered van collision
Met predicts rain in 4 divisions including Dhaka
Drug case against Pori Moni will continue
Dhaka, Feb 12: Emphasizing on the expansion of the market for export products, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said that along with the expansion of the market, the production of products should also be diversified.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, 31 January 2024: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has proposed a special economic zone in Bangladesh to British investors, expecting large-scale investment from them for mutual benefit.
Dhaka, Jan 24: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has ordered to pay more attention to foreign funded projects.
Own Correspondence, Dhaka, 24 January 2024: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina expects more investment from Saudi Arabia to advance the various steps taken by the government for the socio-economic progress of Bangladesh.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, 17 January 2024: Asian Development Bank Country Director Edimon Ginting said that the return of Sheikh Hasina as Prime Minister was very important for the bright future of Bangladesh. Quoting ADB Country Director, Prime Minister's Deputy Press Secretary KM Shakhawat Moon told reporters, "Her (Sheikh Hasina) return was very necessary for the bright future of Bangladesh". He said this during a meeting at Ganabhaban, the official residence of the Prime Minister today.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, 16 January 2024: Awami League President and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said that diaspora made a big contribution in creating global public opinion in the freedom struggle. Expatriates have contributed in every movement-struggle, liberation war. Now remittances sent by expatriates are the main driving force of the economy of Bangladesh. She said these things in an exchange meeting with expatriate Awami League leaders and activists at Ganobhaban on Tuesday afternoon.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, 13 January 2024: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has directed the newly appointed ministers to take necessary measures to control the prices of daily necessities during the upcoming holy month of Ramadan so that the people of the country can live comfortably.
Dhaka, Dec 19: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said that Bangladesh and Kosovo can increase bilateral trade for mutual benefit.
Dhaka, Dec 13: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said that Spanish investment in any sector of Bangladesh will be welcomed for mutual benefit.
Dhaka, Dec 7: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said that the 'concession agreement' between Chittagong Port Authority (CPA) and Saudi Arabian company Red Sea Gateway Terminal (RSGT) for the operation of Patenga Container Terminal (PCT) will be more helpful in increasing Saudi investment in Bangladesh.
Dhaka, Dec 7: Chittagong Port Authority (CPA) has signed a 'Concession Agreement' with Saudi Arabian company 'Red Sea Gateway Terminal (RSGT)' to operate the newly constructed Patenga Container Terminal for the next 22 years on PPP-G2G basis.
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 10: Forty-four projects have been approved in the last meeting of the current government. The total cost of implementing the projects will be Tk 39,344 crore. Out of this, GOB will spend Tk 30,123 crores and Tk 768 crore will be available from foreign loans. A meeting of the Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (ECNEC) was held on Thursday (November 9) at the NEC conference room in Sher-e-Bangla Nagar. ECNEC Chairperson and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina presided over the meeting.
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.