Volume 4 Number 224 Sat. January 10, 2004    
 
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Visitors flock to furniture stalls in Dhaka int'l trade fair
Visitors are flocking to furniture stalls in the Dhaka International Trade Fair-2004 as the outlets offer special discounts for the products.
 
SEC, bourses getting ready for CDS
As settlement of share trading through central depository system (CDS) begins on January 24, Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), two bourses and Central Depository Bangladesh Limited (CDBL), the
 
CSE-30 Index revised
Chittagong Stock Exchange (CSE) has revised its CSE-30 Index

The index committee of the bourse in its recent meeting reviewed performance of all listed companies in CSE and approved the revised CSE-30

 
DBBL board recommends 20pc cash dividend, cuts lending rates
The Board of Directors of Dutch-Bangla Bank Limited (DBBL) has recommended a 20 per cent cash dividend for its shareholders for the year 2003.
 
Fantasy Kingdom's promotional campaign during DITF
Fantasy Kingdom, a sister concern of Concord Group, has launched a special promotional campaign on the occasion of Dhaka International Trade Fair-2004 (DITF), says a press release.
 
US okays import duties on steel wire strand
A US trade panel Thursday gave final approval to steep anti-dumping duties on imported steel wire strand from Brazil, India, Mexico, South Korea and Thailand that is used in concrete.
 

 
   
 
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