AKM Zamir Uddin | Updated at 12:38am on April 24, 2017
Import bill payment in March surged by 20.46 per cent year-on-year due to a rise in payment of bills for food products imported to meet...
AKM Zamir Uddin | Updated at 11:14pm on April 16, 2017
Bangladesh Bank has summoned 20 banks to a meeting today to discuss their lower loan recovery performance against their defaulted and written-off loans..
AKM Zamir Uddin | Updated at 09:42pm on April 09, 2017
The government repaid bank loans amounting to Tk 25,785.55 crore in nine months (July-March) of this financial year as it continues taking loans through selling...
AKM Zamir Uddin | Updated at 11:12pm on April 05, 2017
The country’s trade deficit soared by 45.39 per cent to $6.08 billion in the first eight months of the current financial year 2016-17 compared with...
AKM Zamir Uddin | Updated at 11:13pm on March 31, 2017
The private sector credit growth increased significantly in February from that of the previous month as import payments jumped in recent months due to a...
AKM Zamir Uddin | Updated at 09:59pm on March 30, 2017
The net investment in the national savings certificates and bonds in the July-February period of the current financial year 2016-17 increased by 67.32 per cent...
AKM Zamir Uddin | Updated at 11:12pm on March 29, 2017
The High Court on Tuesday asked the Bangladesh Bank to maintain a status quo over two of its show-cause notices served on managing director and...
AKM Zamir Uddin | Updated at 11:06pm on March 28, 2017
The amount of defaulted industrial loans soared by 24.39 per cent or Tk 4,816.65 crore in July-December of the current fiscal year 2016-2017 compared with...
AKM Zamir Uddin | Updated at 10:27pm on March 22, 2017
Bangladesh Bank has planned to place a proposal before the government to give cash incentives to non-resident Bangladeshis who send up to $200 in remittance...
AKM Zamir Uddin | Updated at 11:15pm on March 21, 2017
Defaulted loans in the country’s agriculture sector increased by 17.73 per cent in February year-on-year as the scheduled banks did not take adequate measures to...