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    • নবায়নযোগ্য, সবুজ জ্বালানির মাধ্যমে ২০৫০ সালের মধ্যে কার্বন নিঃসরণ নিট-জিরোতে নামানোর লক্ষ্যস্থির করেছে সরকার। দেশে বর্তমানে মোট কার্বন নিঃসরণের ৪৭ শতাংশই করে বিদ্যুৎ খাত। বর্তমানে দেশের মোট বিদ্যুৎ উৎপাদন ক্ষমতা প্রায় ২৫ হাজার মেগাওয়াট। এই বিদ্যুতের ৯৩ শতাংশই উৎপাদিত হয় জীবাশ্ম জ্বালানি দিয়ে।  
    • https://www.dhakatribune.com/business/2022/01/19/buet-signs-mou-with-walton#:~:text=Through this agreement%2C Walton has,technology products made in Bangladesh.&text=Walton will provide related equipment to set up the lab.&text=of the country.-,Walton also presented a check for Tk10,Buet for three Masters Fellowships. Buet signs MoU with Walton Walton also presented a check for Tk10 lakh to Buet for three Masters Fellowships. https://new-media.dhakatribune.com/en/uploads/2022/01/19/rsz-1-dsc2025-1.jpeg   Tribune Desk January 19, 2022 6:41 PM On January 18 at the Buet Council Building, the memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed on behalf of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (Buet) by Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Satya Prasad Majumder and on behalf of Walton DG-Tech Industries Ltd by Chairman SM Rezaul Alam.  Prof Dr Muhammad Anisuzzaman Talukder, director of Research and Innovation Centre for Science and Engineering (RISE) of Buet and Golam Murshed, managing director of Walton Hi-Tech Industries PLC were present in the MoU signing ceremony, reads a press release. Through this agreement, Walton has announced to set up a lab at Buet to jointly work on research and development of electronics and technology products made in Bangladesh.  Walton will provide related equipment to set up the lab. Buet teachers and students will be able to do effective research on Walton products in the lab.  This will bring about a revolutionary change in the economic development and technological advancement of the country.  Walton also presented a check for Tk10 lakh to Buet for three Masters Fellowships. All the Deans, Heads, Directors of different departments and offices of the University and senior officials of Walton Hi-Tech Industries PLC and Walton DG-Tech Industries Limited were also present on the occasion in compliance with the hygiene rules.  
    • https://thefinancialexpress.com.bd/economy/bangladesh/textiles-apparel-exports-to-us-increase-by-3068pc-in-2021-1642942330 Textiles, apparel exports to US increase by 30.68pc in 2021 Published:  January 23, 2022 18:52:10 | Updated:  January 23, 2022 21:25:29 The import volume of textiles and apparel from Bangladesh by the United States of America (USA) keeps growing with 30.68 per cent rise last year, according to the Office of Textiles and Apparel (OTEXA), USA. The OTEXA recently published the monthly trade data of the United State of America for the period of January-November, 2021. The US import from Bangladesh during the mentioned period has increased by 30.68 per cent compared to the same period of 2020, whereas their global import saw 25.43 per cent growth, said Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) Director Mohiuddin Rubel on Sunday. China being the top import market for USA and having a 24 per cent share of the USA’s total apparel import, posted 27.29 per cent growth during this period, he said. During this period USA's import from Vietnam has grown by 12.73, per cent, reports UNB. Countries which have seen significant growth are - Pakistan 59.30 per cent, Honduras 47.10 per cent, India 35.47 per cent, and Mexico 29.67 per cent.
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