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BCCIHK is a not for profit membership organisation which utilises membership fees and other income to provide support and resources to businesses and institutions across Hong Kong and China that wish to trade with Bangladesh. BCCIHK has a dedicated Board of volunteer Directors and a small team of officers who have worked hard to make BCCIHK a successful brand in supporting the business community and therefore the wider community.

10 Mega Projects

megaproject 01 1 Padma Bridge megaproject 02 1 Dhaka Metro Rail megaproject 03 1 Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant megaproject 04 1 Padma Rail Link Project megaproject 05 2 Chattogram - Cox's Bazar Rail Line megaproject 06 1 Matarbari Coal Power Plant megaproject 08 1 Matarbari Coal Power Plant megaproject 09 1 Sonadia Deep Sea Port megaproject 10 LNG Terminal

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Police raided a Hong Kong pub early on Friday morning, arresting four employees on suspicion of breaking the coronavirus regulations and briefly detaining 18 teenagers.The predawn operation targeted a business on Minden Avenue in Tsim Sha Tsui which was still open at 4am, despite bars being ordered to close between midnight and 5am under the city’s social-distancing rules.According to police, the eight boys and 10 girls, aged between 14 and 17, were taken to Tsim Sha Tsui Police Station before… [...]

Diehard fans finally got their chance to return to Hong Kong Disneyland on Friday, as the Lantau Island attraction reopened its gates after being closed for more than two months amid a third wave of coronavirus infections.About 100 guests rushed into the park as it opened at around 10.15am, with many making a beeline to take pictures in front of the Castle of Magical Dreams – still partially under wraps as it undergoes an upgrade – or snap selfies with their favourite Disney characters while… [...]

Hong Kong’s leader has denied that the move by police to allow only government-recognised media access to restricted areas amounts to a suppression of press freedom.Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor weighed in on the topic for the first time on Friday, two days after the force imposed its new media guidelines.The rules effectively bar freelancers, student journalists and workers under unregistered online media from covering police press briefings, and entering cordoned-off areas such… [...]

Hong Kong recorded two new local Covid-19 cases on Friday, marking the first time in three weeks the city has not had an imported infection.The Centre for Health Protection said the two cases, both men, were linked to previously known infections. The last day in which only local infections were recorded was September 5.The city’s official coronavirus case tally now stands at 5,058, with 104 related deaths.There has been a general decline in the number of cases in Hong Kong since the start of… [...]

Hong Kong’s embattled rail operator is reviewing the way it is run and makes decisions in a bid to reduce the scope for error and salvage its reputation following a series of project blunders and other high-profile setbacks, the Post has learned.The MTR Corporation’s governance inquiry coincides with the launch of a new strategy to guide the rail giant’s development over the next decade, as its chairman told workers that changes were unavoidable.In an email to all MTR staff on Thursday obtained… [...]

Key members of Hong Kong’s pro-establishment camp are standing firm on their call for a sentencing council to redress what they described as lenient and biased court judgments over anti-government protesters, despite a stern warning from the chief justice.Its main proponent, Holden Chow Ho-ding, a lawmaker and lawyer by training, insisted a sentencing council modelled after a similar set-up in Britain would help make punishments more consistent, and restore people’s confidence in the judiciary… [...]

Hong Kong police are on the hunt for three men who posed as plain-clothes officers and robbed six people of more than HK$35,000 (US$4,515) at an illegal gambling den in Mong Kok before daybreak on Thursday.The hold-up happened in a 10th-floor flat in the Cosmopolitan Centre on Nathan Road at around 5am, according to police. The building is about 100 metres (110 yards) from Mong Kok Police Station.The three men, aged between 20 and 30, reportedly told a security guard they were police officers… [...]

The government should work with Hong Kong Disneyland Resort to decide how best to use an adjacent plot of land the theme park giant has surrendered the rights to develop, advisers and planners say, although the terms of the initial contract sharply limit the possibilities.Building flats on the waterfront parcel in northeast Lantau Island is off the table due to restrictions agreed upon in the deal struck more than two decades ago. Moving the city’s other themed attraction, Ocean Park, to the… [...]

Only about one in five of Hong Kong’s international, private and semi-private schools will increase tuition fees this academic year amid an economic downturn made worse by Covid-19, but three are raising their rates by more than 10 per cent.The Education Bureau revealed on Thursday that 45 schools had applied for and received permission to raise fees in 2020-21, a sharp drop from 179 the year before.Ten of the city’s 53 international schools, and 12 of its 80 private ones are raising fees this… [...]

Members of a Hong Kong commission set up to review the city’s minimum wage level had failed to reach a consensus on a new level for the first time since the index was introduced in 2011, two sources said on Thursday.The lack of an agreement among members of the Minimum Wage Commission to adjust the current level of HK$37.50 an hour, meant the ball was now in the government’s court on whether the amount should go up at all, the sources said.While commission members from the labour sector called… [...]

Bangladesh Business News

The call money rate dropped significantly on Tuesday as the central bank injected fund continuously through buying the US dollar from the banks The post Bangladesh’s call money rate falls significantly appeared first on Bangladesh Business News. [...]

Bangladesh Business News prepares the morning business round up compiling reports, published by different newspapers and news portals in Bangladesh The post Thursday’s morning business round up of Bangladesh appeared first on Bangladesh Business News. [...]

Stocks rebound strongly on Wednesday as investors went on a buying spree on large-cap issues riding on a number of regulatory bold steps The post Bangladesh’s stocks rebound strongly amid renewed optimism appeared first on Bangladesh Business News. [...]

Bangladesh Business News prepares the morning business round up compiling reports, published by different newspapers and news portals in Bangladesh The post Wednesday’s morning business round up of Bangladesh appeared first on Bangladesh Business News. [...]

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