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    Economy

    Can slow fashion transform Bangladesh’s garment industry?

    Bangladesh is currently the second largest readymade garment (RMG) exporter in the world. However, although the RMG sector contributes around 83% of all export...

    Choose energy efficiency

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    Let’s evaluate a simple energy-saving scenario. You use a conventional ‘tube light’ to light up your room. Now you get a LED bulb from...

    New challenges for agrarian Bangladesh

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    Now that Bangladesh has passed more than 50 years since its independence, a prime question to ask is: what will the country look like...

    Where is South Asia’s single energy market?

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    Very few realise that energy trading by South Asian countries has been on an upward trend. Specifically speaking, cross-border electricity trading (CBET) in South...

    Why labour theories fail in Bangladesh

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    Youth participation in a labour force and in the country’s development outcomes is intertwined. It affects growth, human capital and social norms. Labour force...

    Tech-targeting for social security in Bangladesh

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    Before the covid-19 pandemic hit in 2020, Bangladesh’s poverty rate was 20.5% and its extreme poverty rate was 10.5%. The country was one of...

    Bangladesh’s overseas borrowing concerns

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    Discussions around foreign aid or investment, technically known as official development assistance (ODA), and the consequent debt liabilities have gained renewed traction with developments...

    Bangladesh has to manufacture its way through economic headwinds

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    Bangladesh’s labour force is 71 million strong as of 2020. The country holds tremendous potential in leveraging economic benefits through its workforce. In 2017,...

    Bangladesh has been too cautious with its ‘Special Drawing Rights’ from the IMF

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    Special Drawing Rights (SDRs) are a type of foreign exchange (forex) reserve asset, created and administered by the intergovernmental financial institution the International Monetary...

    How fixing the insolvency regime will open Bangladesh’s investment bottleneck

    Insolvency is a state whereby an individual or company cannot pay back its lenders. In other words, it’s when someone is bankrupt. The harsh...