Sep 19
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BPC senses severe crisis in jet fuel supply PDF Print E-mail

A severe crisis may be looming in the supply of jet fuel, as well as other types of fuel, against the backdrop of ongoing strike by workers in the country's river transport sector.

This apprehension was expressed by the acting chairman of the state-owned Bangladesh Petroleum Corporation (BPC) in a letter Tuesday to the Energy Ministry.

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DSE, CSE up at opening Print

The Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) and the Chittagong Stock Exchange (CSE) witnessed positive trend in the early hours of trading on Tuesday, the 3rd session of the week. DSEX, the prime index of the DSE, went up by 7.90 points or 0.16 per cent to 4,922.61 points after the 1st 30 minutes of trade when the report was filed at 11am. The DS30 index, comprising blue chips, gained 8.82 points or 0.48 per cent 1,816.28.

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Asia Pharma Expo ends with good response PDF Print E-mail

The 6th International Pharma Exhibition styled 'Asia Pharma Expo 2013' Dhaka concluded Monday by creating opportunities for the country's pharmaceutical manufacturers to upgrade the industry with the latest technology and give the sector a further boost.

Both the organizers and participants expressed their satisfaction over the three-day event that began on February 23, at Bangabandhu International Conference Centre in the city.

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Danish firm signs wind power MoU PDF Print E-mail

Danish wind turbine technology provider Vestas wants to play “an important” role in building wind-power facilities in Bangladesh. Vestas signed a MoU with US-DK Green Energy (BD) Ltd (UDGEL) recently in Singapore for this purpose, the Danish embassy in Dhaka has said in a media release on Wednesday.

 
Bangladesh Opens Embassy in viena PDF Print E-mail

Both Dhaka and Vienna, the capital of Austria, expressed their happiness on the opening of this mission on Saturday, the new embassy said in a statement.

Bangladeshis in Austria are requested to avail of the services from the new embassy, which is currently housed in a temporary accommodation before it moves to a permanent address two months hence.

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