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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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South China Morning Post

Hong Kong’s Legislative Council used to see scores of journalists scrambling for seats in the media’s reserved area next to the chamber, as lawmakers arrived for their meetings every Wednesday.That crowd of journalists has dwindled considerably, even though lawmakers have been at their most productive, passing no fewer than 17 bills in just three months.The change followed the disqualification and mass resignation of opposition legislators last November, leaving only 41 pro-establishment… [...]

Hong Kong’s real estate buyers mostly ignored a weekend sale of leftover apartments at four residential projects, as they await newer offerings to come on to the market.Investors bought 30 of the combined 191 flats on offer at Seaside Sonata and Grand Victoria III in Cheung Sha Wan, as well as Aquila. Square Mile and Cetus. Square Mile in Tai Kok Tsui, representing 16 per cent of the total on offer this weekend.“These homes have been on the market for some time, and are more expensive than… [...]

Reaching herd immunity against Covid-19 is no longer a realistic goal for Hong Kong, medical experts agree, arguing instead for the city to prepare to live with the virus.Their warning came despite a recent increase in the vaccination rate and Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor’s prediction that the city would attain its goal of having 70 per cent of the population vaccinated by late September.Leading epidemiologists told the Post that the 70 per cent threshold for achieving herd… [...]

Eleven-year-old Nathan Chang Lok-hang ranked among the top 15 per cent of students sitting maths in Hong Kong’s university entrance exams this year, despite being one of the youngest candidates in the qualification’s history.But the Primary Six pupil said achieving the third-highest grade in the Diploma of Secondary Education (DSE) exam in May left him “a bit upset” and he was already planning a retake next year so he could improve his score.5 of 7 perfect scorers in Hong Kong’s DSE exams to… [...]

Hong Kong health authorities will as early as next week begin handing out 200 passes a day at the city’s Covid-19 vaccination centres allowing walk-ins by residents aged 70 and above to boost a flagging take-up rate among the elderly, the civil service minister has said.The move, revealed by Patrick Nip Tak-kuen, came as the city confirmed two imported – and zero local – cases on Saturday, taking the city’s tally to 11,975 infections and 212 related deathsThe two cases were arrivals from the… [...]

In a blow to travellers and airlines, Hong Kong has decided to delay by two weeks a plan to offer shorter quarantine periods to vaccinated arrivals who clear a coronavirus antibody test at the airport, the Post has learned.The tests will not be introduced at the end of this month as planned, sources said, as city authorities are concerned about the rising number of Covid-19 infections overseas triggered by the more transmissible Delta variant of the coronavirus.The postponement comes on top of… [...]

Henry Huang Qihao learned a lesson in Form One that he never forgot: beware of strangers you befriend online.A gamer he met over the internet tricked him into sharing his game account and password, then locked him out and demanded a HK$500 (US$64) ransom.Although he had more than HK$1,000 worth of in-game purchases, Huang refused to pay up, but did not tell his parents or report to the police.So when a girl he befriended on a social app in March this year began pestering him for money within a… [...]

This is part of series of articles based on a wide-ranging Post interview with Financial Secretary Paul Chan Mo-po.Hong Kong has enough land for development but planning processes need to be simplified to prevent abuse and speed up the release of supply to tackle the city’s housing crisis, according to Financial Secretary Paul Chan Mo-po.He also advocated a rethink of current plans for the area near Hong Kong’s boundary with Shenzhen, to identify more land there for housing and economic… [...]

A man accused of perverting the course of justice when he was due to stand trial for sexually assaulting his daughter was recorded instructing his wife “not to come back” on the day she left Hong Kong with the children, a court heard.Prosecutors on Friday played nine video clips seized from Lai Chi Kok Reception Centre, which recorded conversations between the man and his wife, son, younger brother and parents during visits while he was remanded on charges of rape and indecent assault,… [...]

Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai Chee-ying and another opposition figure have indicated they will contest incitement charges stemming from a banned June 4 vigil last year marking the anniversary of the Tiananmen Square crackdown, while 10 others have said they will plead guilty.The 12 defendants returned to the District Court on Friday for another procedural hearing before Chief District Judge Justin Ko King-sau.Lai and former lawmaker Leung Yiu-chung both indicated they would not plead guilty… [...]

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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