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DCCI calls for modern curriculum for industry

BSS Dhaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI) on July 4 called for modernizing curriculum, up-skilling and re-skilling of workers utilizing the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR), creating an inclusive digital infrastructure and infrastructure development to grab the opportunity of industry relocation and easier loan access to the SMEs. The chamber made

Post-Covid economic recovery focused budget: DCCI

DCCI President Shams Mahmud in his initial budget reaction said that the budget has focused GDP growth of 8.2 percent and inflation of 5.4 percent. He termed the budget a progressive and high growth targeted one, which is appreciable. DCCI also appreciates initiative of increasing investment and employment. The bufget is

Govt.’s Fast-track Projects to Help Country’s Competitiveness: DCCI President

Improved competitiveness of the country may support footwear, plastic goods, ceramic, furniture, jute processing, electronics and ICT sectors for emerging as major foreign currency earners, believes DCCI. Osama Taseer, the president of Dhaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI) puts emphasis on working hard to expand the competitiveness. He said, “Bangladesh

INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT KEY FOR EXPORT COMPETITIVENESS OF BANGLADESH’S FLOWER INDUSTRY

“Bangladesh is a land of flower” said Kazi M Aminul Islam, Executive Chairman, Bangladesh Investment Development Authority (BIDA) at the inaugural ceremony of ‘DCCI Presents 3-day International Flower Exhibition & Conference-2018 organized by Dhaka Chamber of Commerce & Industry (DCCI) supported by USAID and in association with Bangladesh Flower Society

REPLICATE SINGAPORE MODEL AND BAG A SLICE OF JAPAN’S ASEAN INVESTMENT-BIDA CHALKS OUT SOME FORMIDABLE PLANS

Replicating the ‘Singapore Model’ in attaining economic prosperity is an aspiration for many developing and underdeveloped countries in the world. Bangladesh is no different. Though in terms of population and size, there is a gulf of difference between the two but, experts concerned believe that countries like Bangladesh could actually get

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