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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

South China Morning Post

Hong Kong will send more civil servants for working stints across the border in the Greater Bay Area under an extended exchange deal to be signed with mainland Chinese authorities, the city’s leader has revealed.The scheme would boost local government workers’ understanding of the mainland system, Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor said, adding that their counterparts from across the border could also take up posts in Hong Kong under agreements with Guangdong and Shenzhen authorities… [...]

An unemployed man with moderate mental disability has been placed in a rehabilitation centre for attempted arson and criminal damage during the 2019 anti-government protests in Hong Kong.The District Court heard Hongkonger Mahmood Hamaad, 19, placed a burning plastic bag outside the security gate of Mong Kok Police Station when a large crowd of protesters gathered in the district on the night of September 5, 2019. The fire was quickly put out by police with no harm done to the gate or the… [...]

Most young children have put on weight while stuck at home during the Covid-19 pandemic in Hong Kong, with the twin devils of eating more and exercising less possibly to blame, a survey has found.Schools abandoned in-person classes for much of last year as the city struggled to bring the worsening health crisis under control, forcing students to learn in cramped flats.In addition to complaints of slower learning and technological difficulties, many parents are now reporting their children have… [...]

Hong Kong police were seeking legal advice on their next steps against a prominent opposition group, the city’s top officer said on Tuesday, after the Civil Human Rights Front failed to cooperate with an investigation into its activities.Commissioner of Police Chris Tang Ping-keung made his comments after Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor said authorities would act in accordance with the law when it came to the matters related to the front, the Apple Daily newspaper, and the annual… [...]

Anyone engaged in doxxing with the intent to threaten, intimidate, harass or cause psychological harm could face up to five years behind bars and a fine of as much as HK$1 million (US$128,765) under a series of legal amendments proposed by the Hong Kong government on Tuesday.In a paper submitted to the Legislative Council, the Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Bureau also recommended the Office of the Privacy Commissioner be equipped with investigative powers allowing it to compel people to… [...]

Hong Kong families are facing their longest wait in more than 20 years for a public flat, with an average mark of 5.8 years, the Housing Authority has revealed.The authority attributed the increase in the waiting period in the first quarter of 2021, from 5.7 years previously, to the coronavirus pandemic.In 1999, families had to wait six years for a flat, and the authority said the increase in the figure issued in the final quarter of last year had been caused by a delay in the allocation of… [...]

A Hong Kong protester who came to prominence after falling to his death in the early days of the 2019 social unrest left behind a note saying he had lost hope in the city and blamed the government for pushing him to jump, an inquest has heard.The Coroner’s Court also learned on Tuesday that Marco Leung Ling-kit – known as “raincoat man” for the yellow outfit he was wearing when he appeared at the top of a set of scaffolding to post an anti-extradition bill message – had purchased life insurance… [...]

A Hong Kong journalist with a newspaper linked to the Falun Gong spiritual group banned by the Chinese government was beaten with a baseball bat in a brazen attack in Kowloon on Tuesday, sparking a citywide police manhunt for two perpetrators.The assault on The Epoch Times reporter came almost a month after its Tsuen Wan printing plant was damaged by a gang of men. According to the Hong Kong Journalists Association, the victim is also the chairwoman of a local Falun Gong organisation.The 49… [...]

Former Hong Kong home affairs minister Patrick Ho Chi-ping has been removed from the city’s register of medical practitioners for 12 months as a result of his conviction in the United States over a multimillion-dollar bribery plot involving African leaders.The decision followed a disciplinary hearing at the Medical Council of Hong Kong on Tuesday morning that was held without the presence of the 71-year-old ophthalmologist-turned-politician.Ho was sentenced to 36 months in jail and fined US$400… [...]

A 48-year-old Hong Kong woman struggled with an intruder she found in her upscale Mid-Levels flat before daybreak on Tuesday but failed to stop him from fleeing with about HK$2.7 million (US$348,000) in valuables and cash.As of midday, a citywide manhunt was still under way for the burglar and an accomplice who helped him climb onto the first floor of the 20-storey Piccadilly Mansion on Po Shan Road shortly before 4am.According to police, the burglar scaled the building up a drainpipe and… [...]

Bangladesh Business News

The World Bank and the government on Thursday signed a $250 million financing agreement to help the country create more and better jobs The post Bangladesh Signs Deal with World Bank for $250m Jobs Credit appeared first on Bangladesh Business News. [...]

The government has extended the ongoing lockdown by another week till 28 April as coronavirus infections keep surging in the country The post Bangladesh Extends Ongoing Lockdown Till 28 April appeared first on Bangladesh Business News. [...]

Stocks rebounded in the outgoing week, snapping a four weeks losing streak, as bargain hunters took benefit of the low prices of shares despite lockdown The post Bangladesh’s Stocks Snap Losing Streak despite Lockdown appeared first on Bangladesh Business News. [...]

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

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