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VIETNAM, ARGENTINA, BANGLADESH…ARE THEY THE NEXT BRICS?

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BANGLADESH REGISTERS THOUSANDS OF ORPHANS IN ROHINGYA REFUGEE CAMPS

BANGLADESH REGISTERS THOUSANDS OF ORPHANS IN ROHINGYA REFUGEE CAMPS A Rohingya refugee boy sits on the ground at Tang Khali refugee camp near Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, Oct. 18, 2017. JOE FREEMAN YANGON — The Bangladeshi government has registered thousands of … Continue reading

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WORLD’S BIGGEST REFUGEE CAMPS RANKED: BANGLADESH PREPARES TO HOST 800,000 ROHINGYA AS CRISIS DEEPENS

WORLD’S BIGGEST REFUGEE CAMPS RANKED: BANGLADESH PREPARES TO HOST 800,000 ROHINGYA AS CRISIS DEEPENS  Agence France-Presse UN refugee agency estimates there are an unprecedented 65.5 million refugees in the world today  The camp would be the largest in the world … Continue reading

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I VISITED THE ROHINGYA REFUGEE CAMPS AND HERE IS WHAT BANGLADESH IS DOING RIGHT

I VISITED THE ROHINGYA REFUGEE CAMPS AND HERE IS WHAT BANGLADESH IS DOING RIGHT SABRINA KARIM Nearly 1 million Rohingya refugees have entered Bangladesh from Myanmar since September 2017. The Bangladeshi government’s plan to start repatriating them beginning this Tuesday, … Continue reading

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BANGLADESH AN ‘EMERGING ASIAN TIGER’: EGYPTIAN ENVOY

BANGLADESH AN ‘EMERGING ASIAN TIGER’: EGYPTIAN ENVOY Outgoing Egyptian Ambassador to Bangladesh Mahmud Ezzat has said Bangladesh is emerging as an ‘Asian Tiger’ as it has achieved stunning success in its socio-economic grounds recently. “Bangladesh is as an ‘Asian Tiger’ … Continue reading

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RECORD GROWTH IN TOUGH YEAR

RECORD GROWTH IN TOUGH YEAR Bangladesh has achieved a record economic growth of 7.28 percent in the last fiscal year despite a fall in rice production and also in industrial growth. The gross domestic product rose by 0.17 percentage points … Continue reading

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REPORT: BANGLADESH TO OVERTAKE MALAYSIA BY 2050

REPORT: BANGLADESH TO OVERTAKE MALAYSIA BY 2050 Bangladesh has the potential to be among the fastest growing economies in coming years, which will help it take 28th place among the world’s most powerful economies by 2030. The country will benefit … Continue reading

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BANGLADESH ECONOMY GROWING FAST

BANGLADESH ECONOMY GROWING FAST MASIHUL HUQ CHOWDHURY Bangladesh is ranked among the top ten fastest growing economies in the World in 2016 as per the report published by International Monetary Fund (IMF). The GDP growth was recorded at 6.5 percent … Continue reading

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INVESTING IN ONE OF THE WORLD’S MOST CHAOTIC – AND FASTEST-GROWING – ECONOMIES

INVESTING IN ONE OF THE WORLD’S MOST CHAOTIC – AND FASTEST-GROWING – ECONOMIES I travel all over the world in search of investment opportunities for my International Capitalist subscribers. So last month, I went to Bangladesh. [REITS] Even though it’s … Continue reading

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BANGLADESH TO BE AMONG ‘TOP 3’ FASTEST GROWING ECONOMIES BY 2050

BANGLADESH TO BE AMONG ‘TOP 3’ FASTEST GROWING ECONOMIES BY 2050 Ratings agency PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has estimated that Bangladesh may easily be one of the top 3 fastest growing economies by 2050, according to a recent report. Titled “The Long … Continue reading

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RUSSIA IS VYING FOR ENERGY AND TELECOM DEALS IN BANGLADESH

RUSSIA IS VYING FOR ENERGY AND TELECOM DEALS IN BANGLADESH Divyansh Awasthi ENERGY SECTOR TIES Russia (ERUS) has been a close strategic partner of Bangladesh since the latter’s independence in 1971. However, it does not feature as a major trading … Continue reading

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WHY RUSSIA IS SUDDENLY BETTING BIG ON BANGLADESH

WHY RUSSIA IS SUDDENLY BETTING BIG ON BANGLADESH Divyansh Awasthi The US, Germany and the UK were the top three export destinations for Bangladesh in fiscal year 2015-16. These three accounted for 42% of the country’s exports for the year. … Continue reading

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BANGLADESH WILL BE AMONGST TOP 3 FASTEST GROWING ECONOMIES GLOBALLY THROUGH 2050

BANGLADESH WILL BE AMONGST TOP 3 FASTEST GROWING ECONOMIES GLOBALLY THROUGH 2050 Growing economic presence Bangladesh (FM) has been seeing its economic prowess grow. Its economic growth stood at 7.11% for fiscal year 2015-16 – higher than the 7.05% projected … Continue reading

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BANGLADESH 1971 TO 2018

Posted in - REVOLUTIONARY VOICES -, ACHIEVEMENTS - SUCCESS, AGRICULTURE, ANALYSIS OF RESPONSIBILITY & ROLE OF MEDIA, BANGABANDHU - Father of our Nation, BENGAL - Heritage, BENGAL - Heritage, Culture & Archeology, BENGALI CULTURE - Literature Poets & Poetries Paints & Painters, BENGALI NATIONALISM, CHALLENGES, CLIMATE - Global Warming Challenge, Culture & Archeology, CURRENT ISSUES, DECENTRALIZATION, DEFENCE & SECURITY, Distribution & Poverty, ECONOMY, ENERGY - NATURAL RESOURCES, FOREIGN RELATIONS & POLICY, G-8, GLOBAL INDICATORS & BENCHMARK, GROWTH & TARGET, HISTORY OF BENGAL, IDENTITY & PATRIOTISM, IMPACT OF CAPITALISM, INDUSTRIES, INTERNATIONAL - PERCEPTION ON BANGLADESH, LEADERS - IN ITS TRUE SENSE, LIBERATION - 1971 BIRTH OF A NATION, N-11, NGO'S, NON ALIGNED MOVEMENT, OIC - Organization of Islamic Countries, Poverty, REFLECTION - Refreshing our Memories, REGIONAL COOPERATION, Regional Policy, RESPONSIBLE CITIZEN & DUTY, SAARC, SHEIKH HASINA, SOCIETY, SOCIO-ECONOMY -- Inequality, SOCIO-ECONOMY -- Inequality, Poverty, Distribution & Poverty, STOCK MARKET, TOURISM, TRADE BODIES, TRANSPARENCY & CORRUPTION CONTROL, UNITED NATIONS, WORLD - GEOPOLITICS | Leave a comment

BANGLADESH MUST LIVE UP TO ITS IMAGE AS AN EMERGING SOUTH ASIAN TIGER: DR. MAIMUL AHSAN KHAN, PROF. OF LAW, DU

BANGLADESH MUST LIVE UP TO ITS IMAGE AS AN EMERGING SOUTH ASIAN TIGER: DR. MAIMUL AHSAN KHAN, PROF. OF LAW, DU On the verge of celebrating its silver jubilee as an independent nation, Bangladesh has seen many changes, reached milestones … Continue reading

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BANGLADESH POISED TO BE THE NEXT ASIAN TIGER

BANGLADESH POISED TO BE THE NEXT ASIAN TIGER Bangladesh has made remarkable progress in many economic and social indicators, with the country now standing on the cusp of a take-off, Kaushik Basu, chief economist of the World Bank, said yesterday. … Continue reading

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BANGLADESH BECOMING NEW ‘ASIAN TIGER’: REPORT

BANGLADESH BECOMING NEW ‘ASIAN TIGER’: REPORT Bangladesh is in a race for becoming a new ‘Asian Tiger’, according to a report run by Business Insider and posted on World Economic Forum web site. The report said when people talk about … Continue reading

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CAN BANGLADESH BE THE NEXT ASIAN TIGER?

CAN BANGLADESH BE THE NEXT ASIAN TIGER? In the past decade Bangladesh has been amongst the top performing economies in Asia, averaging an annual growth rate over 6 percent. And, like Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan during the … Continue reading

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THE FIFTH ASIAN TIGER: CAN BANGLADESH BECOME THE LATEST ECONOMIC SUCCESS STORY?

THE FIFTH ASIAN TIGER: CAN BANGLADESH BECOME THE LATEST ECONOMIC SUCCESS STORY? YASHVARDHAN BARDOLOI A junior reporter takes a look at the history of Bangladesh, once known as East Pakistan, the rise of its economy, and how the country can … Continue reading

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THERE COULD BE A NEW ‘ASIAN TIGER’. HERE’S WHY

THERE COULD BE A NEW ‘ASIAN TIGER’. HERE’S WHY When people talk about the “Asian Tigers,” they’re typically referring to Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan. The four countries experienced rapid growth between the 1960s and 1990s. But now … Continue reading

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