Stanchart Program In 50 Years of Independence

In the 50 years of independence, Standard Chartered Bank has undertaken a number of activities. In this glorious moment, Standard Chartered thinks it is time for Bangladesh to reach new heights. Standard Chartered considers it an honor to be a partner in Bangladesh’s journey of progress and prosperity over the past 50 years. In a […]

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New Brand Motorcycles In The Country Market

Another new motorcycle brand ‘Jontes’ has been added to the Bangladesh market. For the first time, the mototech industry has launched four models of Jontes brand motorcycles. Moto Solution BD Limited will market the motorcycles of Zontes imported by Mototech Industry. The journey of this motorcycle brand started last Saturday through an event. The market […]

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Shakib Al Hasan is The New Brand Ambassador of Seven-Up

Shakib Al Hasan is the brand ambassador of Bangladesh’s No. 1 beverage brand Seven-Up. Shakib, the best all-rounder in the world of cricket, and the agile and smart seven-up mascot Fido-Daido together will spread the idea of ​​’Bhavo Fresh’ among customers. Expressing his feelings as the brand ambassador of Seven-Up, Shakib Al Hasan said, “I […]

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VAT Exemption On Corona Vaccine

There is no value added tax (VAT) or VAT on the corona vaccine. If a company imports this vaccine, it does not have to pay VAT. Again, if someone imports and supplies the vaccine, VAT does not have to be paid at the delivery stage. Again, even if a company produces vaccines, it does not […]

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Financial Institution Dividends Increased

The country’s non-bank financial companies will be able to pay a maximum of 30 per cent dividend to the shareholders. However, the cash dividend can not be more than 15 percent. Bangladesh Bank yesterday announced the revised rate of dividend for financial institutions. According to the central bank’s directive, financial institutions will be able to […]

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If Taxes are Reduced, Prices May Go Down

Corona injuries have reduced the purchasing power of low-income people. Rising commodity prices have put additional pressure on them. In such a situation, the government can withdraw the goods on which VAT and duty have been imposed. It may reduce the price of goods. Initiatives should also be taken to increase the production of import-dependent […]

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