Refayet Ullah Mirdha | The Daily Star
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  • Elected uncontested, 78 FBCCI directors named

    The election board of the Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FBCCI) yesterday declared the names of 78 directors who were elected uncontested.
  • Chemical plants suffer for delays in soda ash import

    Production in a number of local chemical, textile and glassware factories is facing setbacks for delays in the shipment of soda ash by Indian exporters over the past four months.
  • Red-hot US recovery boosts RMG hope

    The strong performance of the US economy fuelled by the Biden administration’s relief cheques to the people and the ongoing rapid vaccination holds promises for the recovery of Bangladesh’s garment shipment to its single largest export destination.
  • Progress in business climate laudable, but further improvement needed

    The relationship between Japan and Bangladesh is a trusted and time-tested one. Bangladesh became Japan’s biggest recipient of the Official Development Assistance in 2020. Since the Covid-19 pandemic started more than a year ago, there has been a lot of talks and anticipation about Japanese businesses moving base to Bangladesh.
  • Exports fetch $3.13b in April

    Earnings from merchandise exports surged as much as six times year-on-year to $3.13 billion in April thanks to a rebound in apparel shipment buoyed by the reopening of the economies in the US and Europe.