Report

THE GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS: IMPACT ON BANGLADESH

Jul 19, 2009
This draft country case study examines the impact of the global financial crisis on Bangladesh. Specifically it explores the (a) Impact of the global financial and economic crisis on the macro-economy, such as growth prospects, inflation, interest rate, level and composition of public expenditure, budget deficit, exports & imports, balance of payments, public debt, etc (b) Impact of GFC on different sectors of the economy like agriculture, manufacturing, construction, SME, trade etc (c ) Micro level impact: on households, rural-urban poverty, inequality, gender issues (d) Mitigation and policy: policies adopted, recommendations.

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