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  • One in three graduates unemployed

    Graduates struggle to find jobs, with more than a third of them remaining unemployed one or two years after graduation, said the World Bank in its latest report -- a damning evidence of the poor state of the country’s education system.

  • One in three graduates unemployed

    Graduates struggle to find jobs, with more than a third of them remaining unemployed one or two years after graduation, said the World Bank in its latest report -- a damning evidence of the poor state of the country’s education system.

  • GDP for FY 2019-'20 will be 7.2%: WB

    World Bank (WB) has forecasted the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth rate of Bangladesh at 7.2 per cent for the fiscal year 2019-20, while government’s projection for the same fiscal year in the national budget was 8.2 per cent.

  • Inequality at all-time high

    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi once said that growth that is not inclusive is not meaningful but just economic figures. And this proclamation seems to be gradually becoming relevant for Bangladesh.

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