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Bangladesh has come a long way since its independence but new emergent challenges need to be faced in the next stage of its growth story.
Horticulture can be a key sector powering Bangladesh forward to become a middle income country by 2026. However, there are still challenges lingering in different parts of the supply chain.
Bangladesh facing global headwinds from pandemic, war; GDP growth revised down, inflation up, hurting low-income households.
Bangladesh has become a thriving ecosystem for startups in the past decade.
Global turbulence is having a negative impact on the local context and they have multiplying effects on Bangladesh.
As global economic events lead to changing tides in startup funding worldwide, what trends are observed in the Bangladesh Startup Ecosystem?
Greening traditional export sectors will be critical for Bangladesh to ensure worker health and maintain productivity.
Bangladesh is on the way to graduating LDC status in November 2026. Are we ready?
Growing interest in impact investing and the economy’s readiness have opened a unique policy window for Bangladesh.
The past few years have been topsy-turvy for the global economy, especially for developing countries like Bangladesh.
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