Doing business beyond borders
There is nothing wrong with local firms looking to expand beyond our borders, and breaking into the global market
Bangladesh Bank’s approval for seven local firms to invest abroad is a welcome move.
There are significant foreign investment opportunities for Bangladeshi businesses, but these opportunities have been held back quite a bit due to the central bank’s conservative attitude.
There is nothing wrong with local firms, which have already invested heavily within the country, looking to expand beyond our borders, and breaking into the global market.
The government deserves kudos for starting to review policy guidelines that will facilitate more investment abroad in the future, to cater to market demand.
It is a mistake to think all our investments should be made locally — Bangladesh should not limit itself this way in an era of global business.
Dhaka Tribune, July 21, 2017
Tackling e-waste: UNSW's Indo-Australian scientist offers to help India
Indo-Australian scientist Veena Sahajwalla, whose pioneering invention of the world’s first micro factory to tackle e-waste has generated global attention, says the technology can be deployed in areas of Delhi like Seelampur and Mayapuri, home to hundreds of MSMEs, to help ‘kabadiwallas’, the traditional waste collect
India’s urban agenda one of the defining projects of 21st century: Minister
“India’s urban agenda will constitute one of the defining projects of the 21st century,” Housing and Urban Affairs Minister Hardeep Puri told the High Level Political Forum on ...
India, China headed into a 'marriage squeeze' due to gender imbalance
Partition: A dissection of the 'metaphor for madness'
INDIA PRE AND POST INDEPENDENCE, INDO-CHINA AND BEYOND