Economic Correspondent: The country’s electronics giant ‘Walton’ has taken massive preparations from its production process to marketing strategies to grab a lion portion of the sales of air conditioners in the local market in the current year.
Desk Report: Walton Plaza started its journey at BCS Computer City in IDB Bhababan of city's Agargaon area to present high standard world class technological products including laptops to customers.
Economic Reporter: The three-day Indo-Bangla trade fair began at Pan Pacific Sonargaon hotel in the capital on Thursday.
Risingbd Desk: The chairman of Japanese electronics and nuclear giant Toshiba is stepping down after the firm said on Tuesday it would book an estimated 712.5bn yen ($6.3bn) loss in its US nuclear power business.
Economic Correspondent: 12th 'International Plastic Fair-2017' is going to begin on Wednesday at Bangabandhu International Conference Centre (BICC).
Economic Correspondent: Bangladesh Bank (BB) Governor Fazle Kabir said, “Good days ahead for the country’s Small and medium enterprises (SMEs). SMEs will play a vital role in future. Necessary steps are being taken for the development of this sector.”
Staff Correspondent: The National Board of Revenue (NBR) Chairman Md Nojibur Rahman said Walton has set an exemplary role in paying remarkable amount of revenue maintaining proper regulations which can be followed.
Staff Correspondent: National Board of Revenue (NBR) Chairman and Senior Secretary, Internal Resources Division (IRD) Md Nojibur Rahman has inaugurated several new models of Walton products including Intelligent Inverter technology air-conditioner and fridges.
Rezaul Karim, Chittagong: A top official of a Real Estate company suggested the reduction of the registration cost of apartments and commercial spaces which will help the government to earn more revenue.
Staff Correspondent: Asian Development Bank (ADB) will give US$8bn to Bangladesh as financial aid in next five years.
Economic Correspondent: Walton Mega Pavilion in the just ended Dhaka International Trade Fair-2017 recorded about 56 percent growth in the sales of wide ranges home, electronics and electrical appliances compared to the sales in the DITF-16.
Economic Reporter: The country’s electronics giant Walton received the first prize under two categories—Highest VAT Payer and Best Premier Pavilion---at the just concluded Dhaka International Trade Fair (DITF-2017) on Saturday.
Staff Correspondent: Paper currency (banknote) is one of the most valuable things in our life. The name of our banknote is Taka.
Secretariat Correspondent: Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Anisul Huq has expressed his opinion for changing, revising and amending to the concerned laws to increase investment in the country.
Economic Correspondent: Bangladesh Export Promotion Bureau extended the period of month-long Dhaka International Trade Fair-2017 by more four days to February 4 from January 31.
Senior Correspondent: US Ambassador to Bangladesh Marcia Bernicat will hold a meeting with BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia on Wednesday afternoon.
Entertainment Desk: Ranbir Kapoor recently visited Sanjay Dutt at his house and his weight gain to look like the latter in a biopic on him was evident.