Prominent economist Mirza Azizul Islam has described the prevailing political uncertainty in Bangladesh as the main hurdle in achieving the goals prescribed in the budget proposals placed before Parliament on Thursday. “If the present political uncertainty is not resolved, most of the goals prescribed in the budget proposals are not likely to be achieved. We do not
Prolonged political uncertainty will hamper the economic performance of the country if the crisis is not addressed immediately, the International
Chambers of Commerce of Bangladesh said on Saturday.
In a report of its executive board, the ICCB said the
It says GDP growth to be only 5.7pc
The Asian Development Bank has projected that the country’s GDP growth will be 5.7 per cent, lower than the World Bank and International Monetary Fund estimates of 5.8 per cent, in the current fiscal year because of political uncertainties and stagnant economy of Europe.
The bank in its latest Development Outlook released