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NBR-BTRC talks fail to resolve income tax row

The National Board of Revenue and the Bangladesh Telecommunications Regulatory Commission on Wednesday failed to reach any consensus to settle the long-standing dispute over paying income tax by the latter as both the sides remain firm on their respective stance. 348 more words

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Calling for Issue 5 Submissions

Hark, Nude Brucians!

We are pleased to officially open business for Issue 5, which is set to debut in Summer 2015. Please send us the best of your huddled poetry, fiction, and non-fiction masses here: 28 more words


NBR-BTRC conflict over income tax intensifies

The ongoing conflict between the National Board of Revenue and the Bangladesh Telecommunications Regulatory Commission over paying income tax has intensified as both the government offices remain stick to its respective stance. 454 more words


Paying one's debts (or The Ongoing Art of Political Stupidity)

No one likes being caught saying one thing and doing another. So it’s been more than a little embarrassing for Andrew Little to have been talking up the need for Labour to reach out to small business and contractors, only to be busted for not having paid a contractor’s $950 invoice for four months. 536 more words


More than little late to pay

NBR columnist David Cohen wrote in the print edition of the paper last Friday that Labour leader Andrew Little hadn’t paid a bill he’d sent him. 731 more words


Bangladesh revenue board to expedite ADR process for revenue collection

Fearing a significant downtrend in revenue collection due to the ongoing political disturbance, Bangladesh revenue board has decided to expedite the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) process for fetching revenue from the revenue related cases pending in various courts. 470 more words

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Violence casts a shadow on Bangladesh economy: Muhith

The current spell of deadly violence casts a shadow on the Bangladesh economy which has performed well in the last six years defying global financial crisis, and unrest and strikes at home, Finance Minister AMA Muhith said on February 7, 2015. 380 more words

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