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Bangladesh’s Capital Market: A need for policies to regain investors’ confidence

Capital markets have a huge role to play in the economic development of the country. An efficient capital market helps allocate capital to businesses efficiently. Businesses in turn use the capital to grow, generate new ideas, and spread novel technologies. As a result, productivity improves and the overall economy benefits. Bangladesh’s capital market, however, has […]

Emergence of the Sharing Economy Defined the Decade

The sharing economy is one of the fastest-growing sectors and trends in the world, expected to be worth $335 billion by 2025. It is one of the many transformative trends created through the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The sharing economy is an umbrella term that includes the gig economy, crowdsourcing, coworking, and freelancing, as well as […]

Tourism: A possible new driver for the economy of Bangladesh

Bangladesh is set to graduate from the least developed country (LDC) category by 2024. While this might show the evolution of the Bangladesh economy, the graduation may cause an irreversible decline to the garments industry which might lose $2.7 billion in export earnings every year after graduation. Thus, Bangladesh needs to start looking for new […]

Emerging Trends Impacting Bangladesh’s Remittance Flow

Global remittance flow has declined for two consecutive years- for the first time since the turn of the millennium. The last time there was a decline- it was during the global financial crisis. The World Bank expects world remittance to rise to a record high of 600 billion dollars in 2018, suggesting that the current […]
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