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Saturday, 08 September 2012
THE biggest infrastructure project in South Asia to be paid for by foreign donors is a $3 billion bridge in Bangladesh intended to span the Padma river, which is what the main branch of the Ganges is called as it flows through its delta to the Bay of Bengal, receiving t...
Sunday, 09 September 2012
The state-run Bangladesh Krishi Bank has suspended its Kushtia branch manager after recent investigations found irregularities over Tk 174-crore worth of letters of credit (LC) opened for five companies.Gulzar Hossain, the branch manager, did not bother to take mandator...
Sunday, 09 September 2012
Some politically appointed directors in state-owned banks in collusion with management officials demand bribes to clear outstanding commissions for loan recovery agents, leading banking expert Khondkar Ibrahim Khaled complained yesterday.\"I have information in this reg...
Sunday, 09 September 2012
Bangladesh must rely on loans of the World Bank to build the proposed Padma bridge as the idea of constructing the South Asia\'s biggest infrastructure with domestic resources seems unworkable, The Economist said in a report published yesterday.\"Without the bank, there...
Sunday, 09 September 2012
Dhaka would not sign Trade and Investment Cooperation Framework Agreement (Ticfa) with the US if the latter does not address the difference of opinions Bangladesh has already raised, Foreign Secretary Mohammed Mijarul Quayes said on Saturday.\"If there are any differenc...