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PEOPLE FIRST, FREE MARKET LATER: PM

PEOPLE FIRST, FREE MARKET LATER: PM

Senior Correspondent,  bdnews24.com

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said even though Bangladesh adheres to a free market ideology the government must rein in prices to meet the needs of the people. 357 more words

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BANGLADESH PM CALLS FOR JOINT COUNTER-TERRORISM EFFORTS

BANGLADESH PM CALLS FOR JOINT COUNTER-TERRORISM EFFORTS

Dhaka : Bangladesh’s Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Tuesday called for concerted efforts to fight global terrorism as she highlighted the risk posed by militant organisations sprouting up in several countries, a media report said. 140 more words

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BLUE ECONOMY, OPPORTUNITY OF ENRICHMENT

BLUE ECONOMY, OPPORTUNITY OF ENRICHMENT

DHIRAJ KUMAR NATH

The United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development held in Rio de Janeiro on 20-22 June, 2012 focused on Green Economy and poverty eradication was considered as its key challenge. 774 more words

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'BLUE ECONOMY' BOON FOR BANGLADESH: PM

‘BLUE ECONOMY’ BOON FOR BANGLADESH: PM

Sumon Mahbub,  bdnews24.com

‘Blue Economy’ is a concept that can significantly contribute to the socio-economic development of Bangladesh, says Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. 734 more words

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BANGLADESH SEEKS ‘BAY OF BENGAL PARTNERSHIP’ FOR BLUE ECONOMY

BANGLADESH SEEKS ‘BAY OF BENGAL PARTNERSHIP’ FOR BLUE ECONOMY

Bangladesh has sought ‘Bay of Bengal partnership’ for sustainable economic growth leveraging the blue ocean to its south. 731 more words
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BANGLADESH EYES ‘BLUE ECONOMY’ FOR SUSTAINABLE GROWTH

BANGLADESH EYES ‘BLUE ECONOMY’ FOR SUSTAINABLE GROWTH

Dhaka is going to host an international workshop on ‘blue economy’ with experts and representatives from 20 countries. 386 more words

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EXPLORING HYDROCARBON IN BAY OF BENGAL

EXPLORING HYDROCARBON IN BAY OF BENGAL

Bangladesh is expected to formulate a fresh production sharing contract (PSC) model to award offshore hydrocarbon blocks in the Bay of Bengal to the international oil companies (IOCs). 832 more words

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