Removing barriers to FDI inflow
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Dhaka, Nov. 20 -- Bangladesh's performance in the export and foreign remittance sectors has been impressive over the years. Excepting the early few weeks since the end of March when the pandemic-induced shutdowns were in force, the trend has remained more or less stable. The country's growth in terms of its Gross Domestic Product (GDP) also reflects this fact. This is doubtless uplifting. But the economy's performance in the other vital area, that of its ability to attract Foreign Direct Investment (FDI), is far from being at the expected level. In FY 2019, for example, the net inflow of FDI in the economy was said to be rather high at US$3.88 billion compared to those of the previous years. But the amount as a percentage of the country's...
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