A report by Standard Chartered Bank predicts Bangladesh to become a US$500 billion economy with the per-capita income rising to $3,000 by 2025-26 After
As the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, Bangladesh is in a risky position to ensure the economic growth achieved in the last decade is sustained throughout
On February 22-26, 2021, at the second triennial review by the Committee for Development Policy of the United Nations (UN-CDP), Bangladesh received the final recommendation
Countries around the world, or parts thereof, either delayed, froze or rolled back announcements of a minimum wage hike in 2020 due to the COVID-19
2018 was a glorious year for Bangladesh. The country had some of the highest growth rates in South Asia, a stable export market and products
With an age less than 50 years and more than 43% of its population under the age of 25, Bangladesh is a young country in
An Ordinary Budget for Extraordinary Times The National Budget was placed before the parliament on June 11th for the 2020-21 fiscal year by the Finance
Remittance is the second-highest source of foreign currency earnings for Bangladesh, second only to the ready-made garments industry.
Bangladesh seeks to grow through its export industry.
A friend visiting Bangladesh remarked on how much the country’s current GDP growth rate (7.9% in the last fiscal year) was a source of pride for Bangladeshis. Many pointed out with delight how Bangladesh had trumped its more vaunted neighbour, India (which grew at 7.1% year-on-year).