• ESCAP projects 6.8% growth for 2016

    In contrary to the government’s growth expectation of beyond 7 percent for 2016, a United Nations body has said it would not exceed 6.8 percent.

  • ADB forecasts 6.7% growth for 2015-16

    Banlgadesh’s growth for this fiscal will improve marginaly and stand at 6.7 percent driven by apparel export and domestic consumption, Asian Development Bank forecasts.

  • Banking for growth and humanity

    Allocating more funds for training, research, technology, travel, and after-hour education will not only add more human values to the banking profession, but also make our banking sector more productive in the long-run.

  • China gives currency largest boost in a decade

    China raised the central rate for its yuan currency by the largest amount in a decade on Monday, officials and reports said.

  • Is six percent growth a trap for Bangladesh?

    Bangladesh's recent stable growth should not be branded as a low middle-income growth trap. Since independence, Bangladesh has consistently increased its average growth rate over every decade with a corresponding decrease in growth volatility.

  • 7% growth impossible without pvt investments: Raushan

    Leader of the Opposition in parliament Raushan Ershad says it is not possible to achieve the target of the economic growth at 7 percent without increasing private sector investments in the country.

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    Budget financing biggest challenge says CPD

    Financing the 2015-16 fiscal budget will be its biggest challenge, CPD says placing doubts on whether the revenue target can be met.

  • ADB cuts GDP growth to 6.1pc

    Asian Development Bank revises down its growth projection for Bangladesh to 6.1 percent for 2015 fiscal from its earlier projection of 6.4 percent.

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