The Non-Resident Bangladeshis (NRBs) have embarked on a major venture to build a 50MW power facility in the far-flung city of Fenchuganj Upazilla (Sylhet division), reflecting first such move by the expatriates.
What does NRB stand for?
NRB stands for Non-Resident Bangladeshi
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We have 75 other meanings of NRB in our Acronym Attic
- Nepal Rastra Bank
- Network Relationship Banking
- Neutral Red Bioassay
- Nightmare River Band (music group)
- Nil Rate Band (inheritance tax; UK)
- Nile River Basin
- No Reason Boner
- Non Re-Breather (mask used in anesthesia)
- Non-Conformance Review Board
- Non-Regulated Business
- Non-Returnable Bottle
- Nonrejoining Break (DNA strand)
- Nootka Resource Board (Gold River, BC, Canada)
- Not Required Back
- Nuclear Receptor-Binding (endocrinology)
- Nuclear Reactor Operator, First Class Badge
- Nuclear Reactor Operator, Second Class Badge
- National Radio Broadcasters Association
- National REO (Real Estate Owned) Brokers Association (est. 1998)
- Natural Rearing Breeders Association (dog breeding)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The bank was set up by the government last year with paid-up capital of Tk1 billion and authorised capital of Tk5 billion to help reduce the cost of migration and support the eight million-strong non-resident Bangladeshi (NRB) spread across the world.
2 Number of non-resident Bangladeshi millionaires 5.
The significance of the country's Independence Day was highlighted during the occasion with non-resident Bangladeshis in Dubai and Northern Emirates along with community leaders paying rich tribute to the Father of the Nation as well as the three million martyrs, who made supreme sacrifice to gain independence.
Non-resident Bangladeshis have until October 18 to submit their applications for shares and the company is expecting to start trading on the stock exchange next month.
The Probashi Palli, or 'Foreigners' Village', promises to be a "green paradise" of up to 11,000 homes on the outskirts of Dhaka, offering non-resident Bangladeshis the opportunity to own a property without having to build it themselves.
The population of non-resident Bangladeshis (NRBs) reached 5.
With an imbalance in trade in which import bill of $24 billion is roughly 50 per cent more than its exports earnings of $17 billion, the country manages its balance of trade, especially the foreign currency requirements from the $12 billion remittances made by more than 8 million non-resident Bangladeshis in six continents.