The number of unemployed people in Bangladesh decreased by 3.47 percent or 90,000 in the April-June quarter compared to the previous quarter this year, according to data of the Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics (BBS).
The decision was taken to meet IMF's $4.7 billion loan conditions
But consumption of non-cereal, protein, vegetables continue rising
It seems the Bangladesh economy is stuck in a time warp, going by the latest edition of the Labour Force Survey unveiled yesterday.
Only a third of the users are satisfied with the existing data produced by the Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics (BBS), according to a new survey of the state-run statistical agency.
The import cost of pulses in Bangladesh is on the rise due to increased consumption, inadequate domestic production and higher prices in the international markets.
Bangladesh’s economic leadership must devote its integrity to ensuring quality growth along with lower income inequality.
The internet subscriber base in Bangladesh has been on a downward curve for four months till November last year due to a sharp drop in the number of mobile internet users.
Over 21 lakh people in Bangladesh engage in open defecation in the absence of public toilets, raising the risk of health hazards via the transmission of a wide range of diseases, says a Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics report.