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Single digit lending rate squeezes the scope of mobilizing funds

Implementing single digit interest rate is turning out to be a double edged sword as it is discouraging people from saving, creating temporary deposit crisis in banks and squeezing lending, said the experts concerned with the banking sector. Bangladesh Bank—the regulator of the banks of the country—too said in an analysis

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Canada immigration - the smart way Immigrating to a developed country is something that a lot of people dream about, and many seriously consider, and many even strongly pursue. Despite Bangladesh’s economic growth, that trend hasn’t seemed to have ebbed. On the contrary, people are more eager to migrate to the

Notundhora to Open Training Academy for Real Estate Sector

Shadi-Uz-Zaman Real estate sector in Bangladesh, no doubt, has been booming especially the private real estate developers have been successful in meeting a large proportion of the national housing demand within last four decades. Though this sector is developing day by day and proving its fluidity in case of demand

Bangladesh to become 25th largest economy by 2034: CEBR

Bangladesh will become the world’s 25th largest economy by 2034 if the current tempo of the financial sector development continues, says a report of an international research institute. UK-based think tank Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR) published the report stating that Bangladesh will jump from the 40th place in

Renaissance Hotels Debuts in Bangladesh with Renaissance Dhaka Gulshan

Renaissance Hotels, the global lifestyle hotel brand well-known for their programs that help guests discover unexpected experiences, today unveiled the Renaissance Dhaka Gulshan. The opening marks the debut of Renaissance Hotels in Bangladesh, which further expands the Marriott International portfolio to four global hotel brands in the country. Taking pride in

Revised Digital Commerce Policy yet to get Cabinet approval

The Digital Commerce Policy, which has been formulated and revised to attract foreign investment, is yet to get the approval of the Cabinet Division. In the last week of July, the reviewed policy was forwarded to the Cabinet for approval. The government brought changes in the policy by publishing a gazette notification following objections


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