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Bangladesh - Country snapshot (Inglês)

Rapid growth has propelled Bangladesh from low-income to low-middle-income country (LMIC) status, as FY2014 per capita gross national income of 1,080 US dollars crossed the threshold. Per capita income continued to increase in FY2016 to 1,409 US dollars. Gross domestic product (GDP) grew well above the average for developing countries in recent years, averaging 6.3 percent since 2010, with services and industry accounting for the bulk of the growth. While Bangladesh has achieved its ambition of entering middle-income status well before 2021, the 50th anniversary of its independence, the challenge will be to further accelerate growth so that it keeps moving past the threshold and further up the income range of middle income countries. Several factors underpin the resilience of Bangladesh’s economy, against the backdrop of a volatile global economy. This book covers the recent sector wise developments of Bangladesh supported by World Bank Group for the year 2016.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2016/10/01

  • TIpo de documento

    Documento de Trabalho

  • No. do relatório

    109247

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Bangladesh,

  • Região

    Sul da Ásia,

  • Data de divulgação

    2016/10/18

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Bangladesh - Country snapshot

  • Palavras-chave

    access to safe drinking water;universal access to primary education;gdp growth rate;approach to family planning;male labor force participation;quality of service delivery;ready made garments;access to infrastructure service;real effective exchange rate;average cost of power;vulnerability to climate change;combined cycle power plant;private investment in infrastructure;cubic meter of water;Joint Development Agreement;water supply and sanitation;Primary and Secondary Education;land and water management;child mortality rate;per capita consumption;rural road network;number of jobs;roads and highway;public sector wage;air quality data;private consumption;private sector credit;consumer price index;health care cost;waterways and port;gross domestic product;decline in remittance;domestic economic activity;renewable energy investment;transmission and distribution;electricity generation capacity;world market share;births per woman;gross national income;quality of public;cost of living;per capita income;quality of education;higher education access;trade and competitiveness;assessment of literacy;public service delivery;traffic management measure;climate change adaptation;burden of disease;private sector investor;urban air quality;households with electricity;liters of water;supply of energy;ensuring food security;international trade transaction;domestic gas supply;children per woman;slow population growth;gross enrollment rate;long term funding;rural infrastructure development;liquefied natural gas;heavy fuel oil;gas-fired power plant;Equity in Education;climate change resilience;power generation capacity;long term finance;weak corporate governance;trade integration;basic urban service;pedestrian facility improvement;urban population growth;management of water;medium sized firms;road asset management;cost of supply;independent power producer;financial market;rural area;health outcome;export growth;power supply;delta management;business environment;garment industry;brick manufacturing;cleaner production;urban transport;economic zone;Traffic Signals;financial intermediation;Trade Policies;bank borrowing;Financial Sector;global market;local bank;financial system;political uncertainty;Advisory services;Rural Poor;environmental law;investment climate;remittance on growth;commercial bank;pedestrian mobility;government effort;natural disaster;global economy;respiratory disease;gender equity;Health policies;inland waterway;poor household;consumption inequality;direct investment;Trade Policy;Exchange Rates;urban poor;investment need;extreme poverty;infrastructure quality;medical facility;urban economy;polluter pays;manufacturing export;Upstream Gas;increased supply;transport network;drainage channel;reduced poverty;women's empowerment;pricing reform;fiscal space;global poverty;energy price;increasing trade;economic slowdown;public expenditure;Social Protection;national survey;financing package;logistics chain;support sme;export market;send remittance;transport cost;climate resilience;expanding trade;Tax Modernization;peak capacity;extreme weather;investment finance;foreign investor;industrial pollution;bed hospital;fuel price;long-term funding;working condition;social inclusion;consumer welfare;international competitiveness;supplier financing;seed sector;export basket;apparel sector;global competition;national output;global city;Export Diversification;worker safety;innovative way;investment expertise;labor standard;guarantee agency;garment factories;Resource Efficiency;garment manufacturer;poultry sector;foot bridge;education health;safety improvement;poor health;early motherhood;early marriage;young girl;traffic police;sustainable urban;global integration;female employment;urban development;drainage improvement;strategic areas;weather monitoring;environmental performance;education outcome;public pay;piped water;extreme event;remedial measure;labor demand;oil price;output price;domestic demand;agricultural product;public confidence

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