Monday, October 25, 2021

sobhan imf report 2025 500 bn overake uae, norway ... ?

we have special economic zoes -tech

we need hightly trained bureucracylook atwhatm5 major consultants are saying - bangla is the go to country

huq what we mean by digital bangladesh - end cash dealings

we need tofos=cus even more on teenage eeducation-livelihood match

be carefu with levelsof protecionsim we use

kerry badge bangladesh sdvance ... energy

mitogation for disasters -cyclon disaster buildngs 

size of iowa 4th larehst prodicer rice , veggies. fish

from 98% dependent on aid to 3%

growth 6% for over 2 decades

demale edu, employment, ngo network

riendship of all malice to none - us, japan, asia dev bank/ world bank
mozena infrastructure is our next challenge
we beieve in connectivity, multilateral system

ms huq -lower mid good gov? energy of ourpeopoes, - we never give up indomitable spirit

miss abed- popularon density is asset for us - mobile /fin inckusion cos of dense population - homogenous/harmonoiuspopulation; our peoples have resilience built into our nature- entrepreneurial nature

amb mozena'

neverseen more enrepreneurail. resilient... 

In fact, prior to the outbreak of COVID-19, Bangladesh’s economic growth surpassed 7% for four consecutive years, a rate higher than Pakistan, India, and even China.

Yet these advances are frequently overlooked, leaving Bangladesh with a poor reputation on the global stage. While political, social, and economic problems persist, it is necessary to recognize the progress of the country. Join CSIS for an event to understand how Bangladesh made such strides and what the future may hold for the developing world.

This event is made possible through general support to CSIS.