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  • Facebook to stand by small businesses

    Facebook yesterday said one of its main goals is to support growing businesses, especially small entrepreneurs who are selling products and services in a limited way but have the potential to hit the global market.
  • Internet service providers seek 5G licence

    The Internet Service Providers Association Bangladesh (ISPAB) is seeking fifth-generation licence to provide low-cost service to users as the government plans to introduce the superfast cellular network technology within two years.
  • Bandwidth export to India grinds to a halt

    Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL), a state-run Indian telecommunication carrier, is struggling to afford importing internet bandwidth from Bangladesh and will suspend its deal with the country in February after four years of doing business.
  • Africa a potential market for software companies

    Africa could be a prospective market for Bangladesh’s software companies as the demand for locally developed IT solutions is increasing gradually in the world’s second-largest continent, entrepreneurs say.
  • Robi’s profit goes up as BTRC bar shrinks spending

    Robi posted a profit of Tk 148.70 crore in the July to September quarter thanks to the regulatory bar on making new investments before the settlement of the audit claims, its parent Axiata said yesterday.
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