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GDP

Gross domestic product(GDP)

Pandemic to slash $22 trillion off global GDP 2020-25: IMF

Now at $22 trillion, the projected cumulative output loss over 2020 to 2025.

Pandemic to slash $22 trillion off global GDP 2020-25: IMF

CMSMEs are soul of economy: Mannan

Planning minister MA Mannan on Tuesday said cottage, micro, small, and medium sized enterprises (CMSMEs) are the soul of the country’s economy.

CMSMEs are soul of economy: Mannan

Contribution of SMEs to GDP around 26 per cent: Tipu

Commerce minister Tipu Munshi on Monday said SMEs are the lifeline of Bangladesh’s economy, contributing about 26 per cent to the country’s GDP.

Commerce minister Tipu Munshi

WB prediction on Bangladesh economy inconsistent: Finance minister

Finance minister AHM Mustafa Kamal has said that the World Bank is not consistent in its prediction about the economy of Bangladesh.

WB prediction on Bangladesh economy inconsistent: Finance minister

Fast track mega projects to contribute up to 4pc GDP growth

The country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is expected to increase by 3 to 4 per cent once the fast track and mega projects of the government are completed

Construction work of metro rail project is underway in Dhaka

2020 in retrospect

Seven ‘wonders’ of the economy

The economy has been hit hard by the outbreak of coronavirus, but several shocking 'wonders' have emerged on the scene in Bangladesh during the crisis

Seven ‘wonders’ of the economy

Padma bridge’s last span may be put in place Thursday

The last span of Padma bridge may be put in place Thursday. With the placement of the last span, Padma’s two banks Mawa and Jajira will be connected.

With the placement of the last span, Padma’s two banks Mawa and Jajira will be connected

Padma bridge: Last span likely to be installed 10 Dec

The authorities of the Padma Multi-Purpose Bridge Project have decided to install the last span (41st) of the 6.15km bridge on 10 December if the weather remains favourable and no technical problem ...

Padma bridge: Last span likely to be installed 10 Dec

COVID-19 no setback for Bangladesh’s soaring ship industry

Rivers are Bangladesh’s lifeblood, and strong economic growth in recent years has fuelled more investments in new and bigger ships

In this picture taken on 12 November 2020 dockyard workers pour molten iron in a mold to make a propeller at a workshop on the banks of the Buriganga river in Char Kaliganj on the outskirts of Dhaka

Recent trend of protectionism, xenophobia may bring further sufferings for people: PM Hasina

Prime minister Sheikh Hasina has said there is a need for constructive multilateralism more than ever as the COVID-19 pandemic has reminded that ‘no one is safe until everyone is safe’

Recent trend of protectionism, xenophobia may bring further sufferings for people: PM Hasina
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