Cash flow in the capital market has increased due to undisclosed investments


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Cash flow in the capital market has increased due to undisclosed investments

National Board of Revenue (NBR) Chairman Abu Hena  Rahmatul Munim said that although there was no significant response to undisclosed investment, it has had an impact on the capital market. Cash flow has increased as a result of investing undisclosed money in the capital market.

He was speaking at the inaugural function of the EFD machine program at Pilot Basis as part of the Mujib Year program at the NBR conference room at 11am on Tuesday (August 25).

The NBR chairman said that although the cash flow in the capital market has increased, there has not been much response in the case of returns. The return will actually be understood by how much undisclosed money has been invested.

Abu Hena  Rahmatul Munim said that no institution can question the investment of undisclosed money. No one can question if someone wants to invest undisclosed money. We have talked to all the organizations. The organizations that ask questions about this, we’ve talked to everyone, they won’t ask questions about it. If an organization raises such a question, it will be unfair to them.

However, in this case, anyone can take refuge in the law if they want. The government has legislated to invest undisclosed money. No one can put a question here. But I don’t think anyone has to resort to the law, added the NBR chairman.



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