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Recent Banking Circular :
Addendum of Operating Guidelines for JICA assisted Foreign Direct Investment Promotion Project (FDIPP, BD-P86). Ref: FEID Circular Letter No. 01 dated 08-Apr-2019. Issuance of International Card for online payment of registration fee on account of medical check-up for Bangladeshi nationals. Ref: FEPD Circular No. 14 dated 07-Apr-2019. Accreditation of all the scheduled banks & FIs' investment in impact fund as Green Finance. Ref: SFD Circular No. 01 dated 04-Apr-2019. Implementing "National savings scheme online management system" along with direct payment of Interest and principal amount of Sanchaya scheme through BEFTN to beneficiary account. Ref: DMD Circular No. 01 dated 04-Apr-2019. Loan fund for pre-finance under Program to Support Safety Retrofits and Environmental Upgrades in the Bangladeshi Ready-Made Garments (RMG) Sector Project (SREUP) (BD-2230322). Ref: SMESPD Circular No. 01 dated 31-Mar-2019. Submission of EOI for establishment of Food Processing & Agro-based and ICT Projects under Entrepreneurship Support Fund (ESF) Loan. Ref: EEF Circular Letter No. 01 dated 28-Mar-2019. Import of industrial raw materials on usance terms on behalf of exporters. Ref: FEPD Circular Letter No. 08 dated 28-Mar-2019. Export Policy 2018-21. Ref: FEPD Circular Letter No. 07 dated 28-Mar-2019. Maximum rate of Cash Incentive in Textile/RMG sector for availing more than one type of benefits. Ref: FEPD Circular Letter No. 06 dated 21-Mar-2019. Performing Hajj 1440 hijri/2019 under Government and Private Management. Ref: FEPD Circular Letter No. 05 dated 14-Mar-2019.
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