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DOES INDIA’S LOC OF $8 BN TO BANGLADESH INDICATE A FIRMING ECONOMIC TIE?

During her two-day visit to Bangladesh in last November, Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj had made one important comment and stated one vital fact both of which indicated an increased trade cooperation between the two neighboring countries. Swaraj, while inaugurating the new Chancery Complex of the Indian High Commission in

WHY IT IS TIME TO OPEN UP THE IT INVESTMENT SCENARIO?

The economy of country which has just entered into a developing stage from the underdeveloped one is usually very protective about its foreign investment. The government of that economy controls how external investments are made, who controls their companies, what they produce, what they export/import etc. In developed capitalist countries, the economy

AN AMAZING PEEK INTO ZUCKERBERG’S DATA CENTRE

Last year Mark Zuckerberg published a number of fascinating photos of Facebook’s gigantic data center in Sweden. Placed in a location called Luleå, the facility is deep inside a forests area of the northern part of Sweden. The area of the data centre is so big that engineers have to

WHY EKHANEI HAS FAILED – A POST MORTEM ANALYSIS

    Telenor, the parent company of GrameenPhone, has taken down Ekhanei.com for good as it could not transform the online classifieds site into a sustainable and profitable business. One of the first online marketplaces formerly known as CellBazaar, the amount of resources they have had at their disposal, it is really

BPO SECTOR: LESSONS FROM PHILIPPINES

When Danny Aguirro completed his bachelors in Marketing from University of Philippines of Dilliman, eight years ago; he had a job offer in a renowned bank in Metro Manila. Instead of taking that day job, he chose to enter into the country’s growing Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) industry. “When I joined,

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