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Bangladesh increases duty on Vidarbha oranges

Fresh Plaza 24 Nov 2022
And it's not only import duty hikes, but banks in Bangladesh are also not issuing letters of credit ... channelled through their agents in Bangladesh.
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B’desh ups duty on Vid oranges, growers and traders in distress

The Times of India 23 Nov 2022
Orange growers and exporters want a tit-for-tat action from government of India by hiking duties on imports from Bangladesh, which has increased import duty from Rs20 per kg three years ago to Rs65 this year on the citrus fruit. Not only import duty hike, but banks in Bangladesh are also not issuing letter of credit (LC).
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Dollar shortage hits Bangladesh’s businesses, students

La Prensa Latina 18 Nov 2022
Bangladesh Bank data showed that the opening of letters of credit in the first quarter of the ongoing fiscal year between July and September fell by 8.57 percent to $18.58 billion from $20.32 billion in the same period of the previous fiscal year ... Bangladesh’s monthly inward remittance dropped to $1.52 billion in October, the lowest in eight months.
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India's Domestic Aviation Industry Likely To Report Rs 15-17K Cr Loss In Current Fiscal: Icra

MENA FN 13 Nov 2022
(MENAFN - Bangladesh Monitor) Credit ratings agency Icra in its latest report has said that domestic airlines industry is expected to report a net loss of around Rs 15,000-17,000 crore this fiscal ... .
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Europe’s energy crunch could trigger years of shortages

Taipei Times 10 Nov 2022
Energy security concerns in Europe are driving energy poverty in the emerging world,” said Saul Kavonic, an energy analyst at Credit Suisse Group AG ... After a summer of rolling blackouts and political turmoil, cooler weather and heavy rains have alleviated the immediate energy crisis in Pakistan, India, Bangladesh and the Philippines.
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Bangladesh reaches preliminary agreement with IMF for $4.5 billion

La Prensa Latina 09 Nov 2022
Dhaka, Oct 9 (EFE).- Bangladesh reached a preliminary agreement on Wednesday with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to access a $4.5 billion credit plan to deal with the country’s financial crisis. Bangladesh and the IMF team have reached “a staff-level ...
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IMF reaches initial agreement with Bangladesh to provide $4.5B loan

Anadolu Agency 09 Nov 2022
“The Bangladesh authorities and the IMF team have reached a staff-level agreement to support the (Bangladesh) authorities’ reform policies under a new 42-month ECF (Extended Credit Facility)/EFF (Extended Fund Facility) arrangement of about US$ 3.2 billion and a ...
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Seoul: N. Korea fires ballistic missile toward eastern sea

Atlanta Journal 09 Nov 2022
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Europe’s energy crunch will trigger years of shortages and blackouts

Hindustan Times 08 Nov 2022
Energy security concerns in Europe are driving energy poverty in the emerging world,” said Saul Kavonic, an energy analyst at Credit Suisse Group AG ... After a summer of rolling blackouts and political turmoil, cooler weather and heavy rains have alleviated the immediate energy crisis in Pakistan, India, Bangladesh and the Philippines.
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T20 World Cup 2022: Pakistan down Bangladesh by five wickets in Group 2 game in Adelaide to enter the semifinals

Gulf News 06 Nov 2022
Pakistan enter the semifinals with a five-wicket win over Bangladesh in Adelaide. After a four-wicket haul by Shaheen Afridi and a double strike by Shadab Khan restricted Bangladesh to 127/8, Pakistan coasted to victory with young Mohammad Haris (31 off 18 balls) leading the way with a gutsy knock ... The 16th over cost Bangladesh 15 runs.
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T20 World Cup 2022: How India and Pakistan can qualify for the semifinals

Gulf News 03 Nov 2022
That would bring Pakistan into the picture, provided they quell the challenge of Bangladesh ... For that, they will have to beat Bangladesh without dropping their run rate below India’s. Bangladesh can be formidable opponents, as India found out on Wednesday, but this Pakistan side is far too strong for Shakib Al Hasan’s team. Image Credit.
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Twenty20 World Cup: Babar Azam hails Shadab Khan and Iftikhar Ahmed as ‘outstanding’

Gulf News 03 Nov 2022
Dubai ... Image Credit. ICC Twitter ... Perfect show ... Paid off.” ... Image Credit ... The victory has propelled Pakistan to third spot, above Bangladesh with both teams on same points. Pakistan need to beat Bangladesh to say in with a chance to seal the last-four spot on Sunday ... Credit to them, they had the momentum and took it with them through the bowling innings ... .
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T20 World Cup 2022: India beat Bangladesh by five runs to move closer to the semifinals

Gulf News 02 Nov 2022
Left-arm seamer Arshdeep Singh bowled a tight final over as India downed Bangladesh by five runs in a rain-affected game in Adelaide that went to the last ball ... India pull off a thrilling win over Bangladesh, winning by 5 runs to strengthen semi-final chances ... Now Bangladesh need 20 runs off the last six balls ... Bangladesh are 131/6 ... Image Credit.
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Twenty20 World Cup: I feel at home when I am in Adelaide, Virat Kohli says

Gulf News 02 Nov 2022
Virat Kohli says he feels at home when he plays in Adelaide after another match-winning knock against Bangladesh in the Twenty20 World Cup at the Adelaide Oval on Wednesday. Rain also played a big role as otherwise Bangladesh opener Litton Das, who was in ominous form, could have taken the match away from the Men in Blue ... Image Credit ... Image Credit.

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