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TT-Clean: 77.1 | TK BC-Selling: 78.1
TK OD-Sight: 76.88 TK | TC-Selling: 78.1 TK

TT-Clean: 77.1 | TK BC-Selling: 78.1
TK OD-Sight: 76.88 TK | TC-Selling: 78.1 TK

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TT-Clean: 77.1 | TK BC-Selling: 78.1
TK OD-Sight: 76.88 TK | TC-Selling: 78.1 TK

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Important Business News Extracts December 13, 2017

Bangladesh Bank (BB) asks banks to frame code of conduct The central bank of Bangladesh has asked all financial institutions (FIs) operating in the country to prepare their respective ‘Code of Conduct’ by January 31, 2018 for ensuring transparency and accountability in delivering products and services. The Bangladesh Bank (BB)

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Important Business News Extracts December 12, 2017

SMEs ‘backbone of industrialisation’ Housing and Public Works Minister Mosharraf Hossain said small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are the backbone of industrialisation in a country, as they supply basic inputs to the big industries and thus help economy grow. The government is providing necessary support to the SMEs so that

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Important Business News Extracts December 11, 2017

Stronger US dollar plays role in inflow of remittance The continued appreciation of US dollar against Bangladeshi Taka (BDT) is playing an important role in increasing the inflow of remittances into Bangladesh, observed experts, reports BSS. The inflow of remittance over the first five months of the current fiscal year

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Important Business News Extracts December 10, 2017

Sales of savings tools on the rise Net sales of savings certificates rose 8.49 percent year-on-year to Tk 17,315 crore in the first four months of the fiscal year as savers’ appetite for the high-yielding tools shows no sign of fading. In July-October, the government’s borrowing through the savings instruments

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Important Business News Extracts December 07, 2017

No need for new banks Setting up three more new banks will not bring any good for the banking sector as the existing ones are already weighed down by large volume of non-performing loans, said a former finance minister yesterday. M Syeduzzaman said: “57 banks are too many considering the

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