Dhaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI) President Hossain Khaled has invited the Chinese entrepreneurs to invest in Bangladesh to take the advantage of three million young workers who are coming into job market every year.
Most Asian markets slipped Wednesday as traders trod water ahead of a key speech by Federal Reserve boss Janet Yellen this week, while oil suffered fresh losses on persistent glut worries.
Tokyo stocks opened higher on Monday as the yen weakened further on speculation over central bank monetary policies and lifted investor sentiment.
BRAC Bank Limited and SME Foundation signed an agreement to provide SME loan to the farmers and traders of Agar, a non-traditional export-oriented item for making scent.
Companies belonging to Donald Trump have at least $650 million in debt, more than twice the amount shown in public filings made by his presidential campaign, the New York Times reported Saturday.
PRAN has launched its new carbonated beverage brand "Bulldozer" in the country.
Bangladeshis abroad have sent US$503.78 million remittances during the first 12 days of the current August.
Japan's exports in July suffered their sharpest monthly fall in seven years, data showed Thursday, as a surging yen clouds the country's trade picture, with shipments of cars, ships and steel all tumbling.
Oil prices were again bolstered on Tuesday as the US dollar weakened and Russia continued to hint at efforts to end the global supply glut.
Japan's economy stagnated in the second quarter, data showed Monday, falling below expectations and rekindling worries about the government's faltering bid to stoke a recovery.
Bangladesh Bank (BB) is expecting to get back soon US$15 million out of the US$101 million reserve heist money from Philippines as the official process in this regard is now at final stage.
Jihadist attacks and political struggles are thwarting attempts by Libya's unity government to revive an oil industry seen as vital for the economy of the impoverished North African country.
Oil rebounded this week from recent lows after OPEC sprang a surprise September meeting, at which Saudi Arabia hinted producers could agree to limit output.
Oil prices continued to fall on Wednesday,driven in part by elevated US crude inventories and Saudi Arabia's record oil production.
Global gold demand grew by 15 per cent to 1,050 tonnes in the second quarter of 2016, mainly driven by considerable investment demand, World Gold Council (WGC) said in its latest report.