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Commerce Minister Tipu Munshi has said that a report has been sought from those concerned about how the coronavirus will affect the country’s economy. After receiving the report, it will indicate how deep the problem is. The report will be available on Monday (February 10).
He said this on Sunday (February 9th) at a function organized by the World Bank at Radisson Blu Hotel in the capital about empowering business owners.
Tipu Munshi said, “We had a meeting with our ministry last Thursday. The meeting was asked to report them within three days. The report will be available on Monday. The report will indicate how deep the problem is. Then the details will be known.
The Commerce Minister said that China is a big market for Bangladesh. Thousands of products come from our garment sector, including raw materials. Our ministry is always careful in this regard.
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“This time we will not have any problem with onions. Because we only export about 10 percent of onions. That’s why we’re not too worried about onions.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina was saddened by the memory of Sheikh Rasel, the youngest son of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the nation's father.
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