Father of the Nation Bangabandhu
Sheikh Mujibur Raman
Honorable Prime Minister of
the People’s Republic of Bangladesh
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Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina formally inaugurated the development activities at a function at Bangabandhu International Conference Centre (BICC). The economic zones are -- Mirersarai Economic Zone, Sabrang Tourism Park, Srihatta Economic Zone, Mongla Economic Zone, AK Khan Economic Zone, Abdul Monem Economic Zone, Meghna Economic Zone, Meghna Industrial Economic Zone, Bay Economic Zone and Amra Economic Zone....Read
Government has issued new import policy order taking into considerations of easy import of raw materials of export oriented businesses. Ministry of commerce has issued this three year import policy order 2015-18 on 15 February. The previous import policy order expired on 30 June of 2015. In relation to that the new policy order should have been effective from July 1, 2015 onwards....Read
Joint Declaration between Bangladesh and India during visit of Prime Minister of India to Bangladesh, "Notun Projonmo- Nayi Disha"...Read
The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth of Bangladesh has hit 7.05 percent for the first time while per capita income has stood at 1466. The information was revealed in an ECNEC meeting on Tuesday, Apr 5, 2016. Per capita income will rise by $150 and stand at $1,466, ministers discussed at today’s meeting of the Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (Ecnec). The meeting is being held at the Planning Commission at Dhaka’s Agargaon. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is chairing the meeting....Read
Commerce Minister Tofail Ahmed today said the government would not impose 15 percent Value Added Tax (VAT) on businessmen at a time. “Both the finance minister and me had held several meetings with the businessmen about the implementation of the VAT law. We wouldn’t do anything that obstructs investment. We are cautious about the implementation of the new VAT law,” he said The minister said while addressing the seminar ‘Bangladesh is on the highway of development under the leadership of Sheikh Hasina’ organised by Awami League sub-committee on Publicity and Publication held at Institute of Engineers in Dhaka....Read
With just the click of a button, anyone can now gather information on the government's internal and overseas trade and investment policies as the commerce ministry yesterday launched the Bangladesh trade portal. The ministry launched the website as local and foreign businessmen sometimes complain that they do not get adequate information on the country's export, import, investment policies and current economic situation....Read