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AgroTech in Bangladesh: How Technology is Disrupting Traditional Agriculture Practices- Part II
The Poultry Promise in Visuals
What’s Next for The Dairy Industry?
Cultivation and catching of fish are an integral part of the Bangladeshi rural livelihood, given the climatic conditions and rich prevalence of water bodies in the riverine nation. Hence, Fish is the most consumed source of animal protein in Bangladesh (58% of total) and continues to rise due to increasing consumer purchasing power. However, in […]
- Published on: May 2, 2021
How Might the Bangladesh Economy React to the Second Lockdown?
Bangladesh is home to around 167 million inhabitants and is one of the fastest-growing economy in Asia-Pacific in recent years. As a result of increasing disposable incomes, consumption of animal-based protein, including poultry meat and eggs, are expected to grow substantially for (at least) the next ten years. To meet the growing domestic demand, substantial […]
- Published on: February 1, 2021
Bangladesh and the Netherlands have bolstered their diplomatic and economic ties, since recognition (of Bangladesh by Netherlands) in 1972. The Netherlands has been one of Bangladesh’s key development partners since Independence, and the relationship is strengthening so far to increase the economic engagements between these two maritime nations. This report, conceived by the Bangladesh Embassy […]
- Published on: January 26, 2021
Over the last few decades, Bangladesh has witnessed remarkable economic growth spearheaded by strong private sector consumption, steady export market growth and increased flow of remittance. While the fisheries sector contributed 3.57% to the national GDP and employed 11% of the country’s total population, the prominence of the fisheries sector in the economy was in threat due to […]
- Published on: December 1, 2020
AgroTech in Bangladesh: How Technology is Disrupting Traditional Agriculture Practices- Part I
Fading Abroad While Shining At Home: Bangladesh’s Shrimp Sector Looks to the Domestic Market as Exports Decline
Is outdated technology holding back the shrimp sector of Bangladesh?
Digital cattle stores and Full Qurbani Service: COVID-19 disrupts a stubbornly traditional market
Navigating COVID-19: A Resilient Agriculture Sector to Address the Exposed Frailties
The Covid-19 pandemic is having a major impact on the world we live in. The virus has not only wreaked havoc on our healthcare system, but has devastated the global economy. Amid the economic maelstrom, the Bangladesh economy finds itself in a precarious state, especially due to sagging apparel sales, declining remittances, soaring job losses, […]
- Published on: June 11, 2020