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The Rise of Bengal Tiger

the fastest growing economy till 2030

Under the proficient leadership of Honorable Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, competent daughter of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, Bangladesh is thriving towards development and progression noticeably. As the fastest growing economy of South Asia, Bangladesh has already graduated from Least Developed Countries and progressing towards becoming a developed nation.

As a significant market player of the times ahead, Bangladesh poses great potentials and holds promising opportunities for investors around the world as an emerging key center, a production and a business hub. With the rapid increase of per capita income and purchasing power of people, Bangladesh has become an attractive market. Bangladesh has turned its population burden into great resources, now enjoying a huge demographic dividend with 70 million workforces and 55 million youth population. It is time to witness and be part of the tale of “The Rise of Bengal Tiger”.

USD 330 BILLION GDP
doubled during last
6 YEARS

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BLOOMBERG

WHY BANGLADESH

FASTEST GROWING ECONOMY of South Asia

THE FASTEST GROWING ECONOMY till 2030

One of the Top Four Fastest Growing DIGITAL ECONOMIES of the world.

THE 28RD LARGEST ECONOMY of the world in 2030

0 %+ AVERAGE
annual growth
in the last decade
Per Capita National
Income Reached
US$
0
which was US$ 860 in 2011
Foreign
exchange reserve
US$
0
billion
Remittance inflows
grew by
0 %

Non-resident BANGLADESHIS contribute significantly to the ECONOMY and the development of the country.

The industrial sector makes up 31 PERCENT of the country's gross domestic product (GDP), most of which is coming from SMEs.

Covid-19 Resilience: Of the 190 IMF member countries, only 23 were forecasted to post positive growth in the year and Bangladesh is one among them.

Aventis
Berger Paints
BOC Bangladesh
British American Tobacco
Cairn Energy
Duncan Brothers
GEC

HSBC
James Finlay
Meghna Energy
P&O Nedlloyd
PriceWaterhouseCoopers
Reckitt Benckiser
GCM Energy

Standard Chartered
Tetley
ACI
Tullow Bangladesh
Unilever
World-Tel
GlaxoSmithKline