- March 18, 2018
Muhith said Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will inaugurate the nationwide celebrations at Bangabandhu National Stadium Thursday evening
Bangladesh has been experiencing a volatile situation in the dollar market since June last year
Economists and central bank officials say there is no reason to panic
According to Kihara, Bangladesh has made remarkable progress in achieving inclusive growth, which has led to a substantial decline in poverty, but challenges remain
Bangladesh is currently producing 33% of the total jute in the world
Non-food inflation in the first three months of the running fiscal year stood at 3.53%, 3.75% and 3.44%
‘Industrial, agricultural, jute and ICT policies must be aligned with the aim of achieving SDG’
University Grant Commission Professor of Economics Dr Muinul Islam has been slated to receive the second highest civilian award in Bangladesh, Ekushey Padak 2018, for his contributions to the country’s economy. In an exclusive interview with the Dhaka Tribune’s Shariful Islam, the Chittagong University professor and former director general of Bangladesh Institute of Bank Management discusses how political corruption is the main reason for the dire condition of the country’s banking sector.
In the index, Bangladesh also performed far better than India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka
The prices have come down to Tk55-60 because of the government’s initiatives, claims the commerce minister
Last year, the government formed the Blue Economy Cell to ensure proper exploration of marine resources besides ensuring proper coordination in this sector
The minister says CPD’s censure comes at a time when Bangladesh is going to graduate from LDCs in March
Debapriya Bhattacharya says a series of scam has already marked FY2017-18 which actually is a reflection of the government’s stance on the reforms in the sector
The Ministry of Expatriates’ Welfare and Overseas Employment is working to explore new destinations for overseas employment.
The World Bank report shows that the economic growth of Bangladesh will increase to 6.7% in 2018-20 fiscal year, and the country will have a stronger export sector
The new NBR chairman also stressed the importance of every homeowner filing their taxes
Inflation rate in rural areas was measured at 5.97% during the October-December quarter of the current fiscal year, while in urban areas, it decreased to 5.86%.
Remittance flow has started to show signs of improvement
Dhaka Tribune’s Shariful Islam talks to four economists about the economy as it was in the last year, and the challenges it faces in the next
The financial sector faced a number of serious challenges this year