Economic development of bangladesh
Inthe percentage declined to about Some of the same factors that had made East Bengal a prosperous region became disadvantages during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
It's not only the economic growth, but also the comparatively good human development indicators that prove that," the expert stressed. Inwhen a devastating cyclone killed hundreds of thousands of people, the country did not even have enough material to make shrouds for the victims, lamented Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, who went on to become the first prime minister of the newly founded state.
This is expected to lead to social and cultural change that should not be underestimated.
While the birth rate in Pakistan was as high as 3. Agriculture was the main source of income for the people contributing 56 percent of the GDP. The author discusses the political development of Bangladesh since its independence.
The chapter concludes with some meaningful suggestions and recommendations on these factors.
Bangladesh growth story
The Padma Bridge and several other highway projects in the country are being built with Chinese support. Subsequently in this chapter, the author delves into the details of the evolution and contribution of these four drivers, and how they have facilitated the growth of the economy till the present day. In the paragraphs that follow, the author identifies the number of risks for each of the four drivers and goes into the details of the implications of those impacting the future course of the economy. Going forward with sustained growth, the country needs to diversify further which will require addressing various social and political policies, and institutional challenges facing the economy, including poor governance, inadequate physical infrastructure, skill and educational bottlenecks, demographic burden, dwindling social capital and lack of transformational challenges. The improvements exceeded those of its South Asian neighbours India and Pakistan. So far, all private and freight traffic between the two parts of the country, which are separated by major rivers, has had to be handled by ferries. But China doesn't always end up as a winner in Bangladesh. In , almost half of the population lived in poverty. The united government of Pakistan expanded the cultivated area and some irrigation facilities, but the rural population generally became poorer between and because improvements did not keep pace with rural population increase. Then the author talks about the risks and challenges for the economy of Bangladesh in the future. The expert also points out that the greater Dhaka area, where the textile industry is concentrated, has a completely different dynamic: "The around five million workers employed by the sector are mostly female and come from rural families. Adding to the uncertainties are problems related to climate change and their ramifications for Bangladesh, a country that experts say will be among the most affected places in South Asia. However, their robustness may be challenged in the future. The four elements that laid the foundation of the present Bangladesh economy were: i emergence of the ready-made garments industry; ii international labour exports to the Middle East; iii surge in agricultural growth; and iv emergence of non-government organisations NGOs.
Today Bangladesh exports more finished textiles than India and Pakistan combined, a remarkable turnaround. Inalmost half of the population lived in poverty. The Padma Bridge and several other highway projects in the country are being built with Chinese support.
Therefore, policymakers, researchers, journalists, teachers and students will immensely benefit in understanding the messages of the book. So far, all private and freight traffic between the two parts of the country, which are separated by major rivers, has had to be handled by ferries.
Sheikh Mujibur Rahman became the first prime minister and later the president of Bangladesh Infrastructure investment The government has ambitious plans to develop the country further.
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