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1789. SRO No. 87-Act/2023-- Government by virtue of the powers conferred in sub-section (1) of Section 3 of the Import and Export (Control) Act 1950 (Act no. XXXIX of 1950), Import Policy Order, 2021-2024 has been modified.
1787. Additional Refinance fund for COVID-19 affected Cottage, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (CMSME) sector under 'COVID-19 Emergency and Crisis Response Facility Project (CECRFP, L0415-A)' funded by Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB)
1786. BRPD Circular No. 04: Identification of Limited Company as per The Companies (2nd Amendment) Act, 2020
1785. Regarding the requirement of Export Registration Certificate (ERC) in case of export of services in Non-Physical Form (Software and ITES).
1783. Request for participation in Trade and Investment Fair-2023 Riyadh, Saudi Arabia to be held on February 22-24, 2023 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
The second Bangladesh-UK Trade and Investment Dialogue was held in Dhaka, Bangladesh on 19 February 2023 and the joint statement is attached below. ...Read
Regarding the payment of VAT on service charges for availing services of Export Promotion Bureau (EPB) against export of non-textile goods...Read
Regarding participation in the 27th International Guwahati Trade Fair to be held at Guwahati, Assam from September 30 to October 17, 2022...Read
The signing of MoU on cooperation and trade between Bangladesh and Argentina...Read
A Memorandum of Cooperation on Trade and Investment between the Ministry of Commerce, Government of the Peopleâ€™s Republic of Bangladesh and the Ministry of Trade and Industry, Government of the Republic of Singapore was signed for greater cooperation to promote trade and investment. 16 sectors including Jute and jute products, textiles and apparel, agriculture, renewable energy, information and communications technology services, light engineering, leather and leather products, skills development, transport, logistics, digital economy and education services are identified as priority sectors under this Memorandum of Cooperation. ...Read
Export earnings fetch 36.18pc growth in August...Read
World Trade Statistical Review 2020
Women Entrepreneurship Development