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Bangladesh facing global headwinds from pandemic, war; GDP growth revised down, inflation up, hurting low-income households.
Global turbulence is having a negative impact on the local context and they have multiplying effects on Bangladesh.
Bangladesh is on the way to graduating LDC status in November 2026. Are we ready?
The past few years have been topsy-turvy for the global economy, especially for developing countries like Bangladesh.
Bangladesh’s economy has been hit hard by the global turmoil considering its dependence on international trade.
According to S&P, Bangladesh’s strong economy contrasts sharply with its limited income collection and is likely to impede progress.
The capital of Bangladesh is home to over 18 million. Despite the growth in GDP per capita there are underlying issues which do not make it quite the ideal city for its inhabitants.
COVID-19 has obstructed Bangladesh’s longstanding streak of economic growth. In the last decade, the robust economic growth rate of 6%…
Bangladesh economy has arrived at the cusp of achieving the middle-income status with a number of indicators matching the graduation…
Bangladesh economy has been experiencing stable growth, fueled by apparel driven export growth, expanding domestic market and stabilizing political conditions.…
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