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July 27, 2021 2:14 am
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turkey

Turkey keen to invest in Digital Bangladesh: Mustafa Osman Turan

Under the policy, all investors in the ICT sector can return 100% of their dividends to the country. Bangladesh claims to have over 10 lakh skilled workforce in the ICT sector.
Ahead of Eid ul-Adha, animal market goes online in Bangladesh

Ahead of Eid ul-Adha, animal market goes online in Bangladesh

The online hut is being managed jointly by the ICT Division of the Bangladesh government and the Bangladesh E-Commerce Association (E-CAB)
Secretariat

Bangladesh Cabinet instructs govt offices to go virtual in lockdown

Restrictions have been extended until July 14 to prevent infection. At this time the official work of some government offices is going on virtually.
Jabbar

Bangladesh on the brink of IoT, robotics and blockchain era: Jabbar

Mustafa Jabbar, a pioneer of the computer revolution, said that the need for digital devices including computers and routers are essential for digital Bangladesh
Mustafa Jabbar

Systematic change in trade and commerce essential to meet pandemic challenge: Jabbar

"The days of showroom-based business are almost over," he said, adding that the corona pandemic has begun a radical change in the expansion of digital commerce
Nagad

Bangladesh: Nagad bags award for innovation in digital financial service from Global Economics

‘Nagad’ currently has 52 million subscribers, with an average exchange of Tk650 crore per day  in Bangladesh
Bangladesh’s Commerce Minister Tipu Munshi

Digital Bangladesh: Online cattle market is a milestone, says Jabbar

The minister said the expansion of e-commerce to the sacrificial animal market was an exceptional event in the country's trade and commerce.
Palak Seminar

Bangladesh IT minister urges countries to adopt  digital covid vaccine passport

Launch digital covid vaccine passport: Palak
Zunaid Ahmed Palak, State Minister for ICT, Bangladesh

Japan mulling to make investment in Bangladesh smart city projects

Ito Naoki said: “Japan is keen to work with Bangladesh on smart city development. We are contributing in many areas including infrastructure development in Bangladesh and Japan is now interested in developing smart cities.”
Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina

With ‘Digital Bangladesh’, country has made global mark: Nuruzzaman Ahmed

The minister made the remarks while addressing a special guest on a webinar titled 'Digital Technology in Allowance Distribution: Ensuring Transparency and Accountability organized by Telecom Reporters Network Bangladesh-TRNB.
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