International Trade in Bangladesh

International Trade in Bangladesh

The country's economic growth, which has been stable for several years, is driven by wire transfers from emigrant workers and by revenue obtained from the exports clothes. Even though the country was little affected by the crisis, the IMF and the World Bank's predictions on the economic... Read more

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  • JMH LOGISTICS LIMITED

    JMH LOGISTICS LIMITED

    Freight Forwarder, Bangladesh

    History JMH Logistics Limited. was founded in 2007 by long-established and successful international freight forwarding entrepreneurs...
  • SEABRIDGE SHIPPING LINES LTD.

    SEABRIDGE SHIPPING LINES LTD.

    Freight Forwarder, Bangladesh

    We SEABRIDGE SHIPPING LINES  LTD. (SSL) Introduce our-selves as one of the leading SOC / NVOCC / Freight Forwarding / Liner Agency /...

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  • Broad Street Capital Group

    Broad Street Capital Group

    Wholesalers, Bangladesh

    An international merchant banking professional with over twenty years of C-level experience providing cross-border strategic advisory...
  • Readymade Clothing Exporter

    Readymade Clothing Exporter

    Textiles/Apparel Sales and Distribution, Bangladesh

    Readymade Clothing Exporter is a buying agent cum exporter established in Dhaka, Bangladesh, with highly skilled Merchandisers to meet...

Overview About International Trade in Bangladesh

Economic Overview

The country's economic growth, which has been stable for several years, is driven by wire transfers from emigrant workers and by revenue obtained from the exports clothes. Even though the country was little affected by the crisis, the IMF and the World Bank's predictions on the economic growth for the coming five years (around 6%), indicate that this is insufficient performance to get the country out of extreme poverty.

In December 2010, the government has signed an accord with the IMF, which should lead to a three-year program under the IMF's Extended Credit Facility. The general aim of the program is to accelerate growth in order to reduce poverty and attain the level of a medium-income country within the next decade. Fiscal reform, promotion of public-private partnerships and a reinforcement of the financial system are its main priorities.

Bangladesh's economy is based on its extensive human resources, its rich agricultural land, and its abundant water resources. The country has substantial reserves of natural gas, which constitute the bulk of the revenue. Factors that fuel domestic demand are agriculture and industrial investments in the private sector. Rapid po...

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