It is the utter failure of our political leadership that it has created a sense of disillusionment and disengagement among young people.
Economic growth and business development are highly dependent on the business climate created by socio-economic policies and political decisions of governments.
In Bangladesh, although primary education is free and the government provides the textbooks, more than 4.3 million children aged 6-15 years are not in school.
While most economies around the world today are suffering from an economic crisis due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Bangladesh’s gross domestic product (GDP) is expected to grow by 6.4 percent in the 2021-22 fiscal year (FY), according to the World Bank.
In 1971, when Bangladesh emerged victorious from the Liberation War, many doubted that the country could survive as an independent state.
Poverty has many roots, and it has many causes. but among those causes, war and arms sales are one of the greatest obstacles to development and poverty reduction.
Despite steady economic growth in the country over the past decade, foreign direct investment (FDI) has been comparatively low in Bangladesh compared to regional peers.