Volume 4 Number 286 Wed. March 17, 2004    
 
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Jute spinners demand interest rate cut
Jute spinners have demanded reduction in the interest rate and bank charges to help them increase export earnings from jute goods.
 
UAE potential market for Bangladeshi agro-based products: ATDP
United Arab Emirates is a potential market for Bangladeshi agro-products.
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Coca-Cola to bring in new products to local market
President and CEO of Coca-Cola India tells The Daily Star
The Coca-Cola is going to make fresh investment in Bangladesh to bring in new products and strengthen its sales and distribution system.
 
US boosts production, spurring hope for jobs
American manufacturing production soared across a broad front in February, central bank data showed Monday, spurring beaten-down hopes for a jobs boom.
 
Europe looks likely to keep top IMF job
Europe looks likely to keep the top job at the International Monetary Fund which has opened up with the departure of Horst Koehler but the process should be more transparent, an IMF source said Monday.
 
StanChart, Siemens sign MoU for jt campaign
Standard Chartered Bank and Siemens Bangladesh Limited signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) recently to launch a joint promotional campaign for Standard Chartered credit cardholders.
 
Tripti Industries asked to submit share transfer instruments list
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) yesterday asked management of Tripti Industries to submit complete list of share transfer applications and transfer instruments for investigation.
 
DBH, Latif Real Estate sign MoU
Delta Brac Housing Finance Corporation Limited (DBH), a private sector housing finance institution, and Latif Real Estate Limited, a developer, signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on Monday in
 
ECB turns cautious on growth, shifts stance on rate cut
European monetary officials are increasingly nervous about consumer gloom and glitches in the global economic recovery, and a further weakening could put a euro zone interest rate cut back on the agenda
 

 
   
 
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