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It is still a golden age to play cricket despite England stars' financial hit

The Observer 22 Oct 2020
It now seems positively neanderthal that Ian Botham in 1981 – when he was quite busy with England – played nine County Championship matches for Somerset and 18 one-day games ... Now options abound and the agents are busy.
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68% lost jobs in Dhaka, Chittagong due to Covid-19

The Siasat Daily 28 Sep 2020
Dhaka, Sep 28 . Around 68 per cent of the people who were working in Bangladesh’s urban areas of Dhaka and Chittagong have lost their jobs due to the coronavirus pandemic, a new World Bank report has revealed ... In Dhaka and Chittagong, about 80 per cent of wage earners and 94 per cent of business owners said their earnings were lower than usual.
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Rishi Sunak’s free ports plan reinvents Thatcherism for the Johnson era

The Observer 01 Mar 2020
Free trade zones splinter the world into jurisdictions engaged in a constant competition to attract multinational companies, locking nations into a global “place war” to offer businesses the most enticing incentives and the lowest labour costs ... In Bangladesh, the Chittagong free ...
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Cyclone Bulbul kills 13 across India and Bangladesh

Sri Lanka News 11 Nov 2019
... ports, Mongla and Chittagong, were closed and flights into Chittagong airport were stopped.Storms have battered areas of Bangladesh Bangladesh's low-lying coast is often hit by deadly cyclones, but the country has successfully reduced the number of casualties in recent years.
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China-Bangladesh business matchmaking held in Dhaka

Sina 05 Jul 2019
... participated in the fair, among which, the large number come from China, having business in capital Dhaka and the port city of Chittagong.
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From The Past Pages Of Dawn: 1969: Fifty Years Ago: Smugglers’ gang unearthed

Dawn 10 Jun 2019
A number of arrests have been made in this connection at Dacca, Chittagong and Karachi ... of May 22, 1969 simultaneously in Dacca and Chittagong ... He is reported to have established business centres in Dubai, Singapore, Bangkok, Karachi, Dacca and Chittagong.
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