Central bank should read the market, revise rules accordingly to ensure stability
Madaripur case shows how haphazardly these programmes are being run
Of course. Despite challenges around, we have many reasons to be optimistic about Bangladesh.
The lack of coherence between the fiscal and monetary policy stances will make the monetary policy less effective in controlling inflation.
Unfortunately, the budget will do nothing to ease the hardship and the budgetary crunch felt by the common man.
The recent downgrade by Moody's of the credit ratings of Bangladesh’s economy and some private banks is not the only indicator that confidence is declining.
It is not clear how the money needed to implement this ambitious budget will be sourced.
Addressing many of our economic problems is proving to be difficult not mainly for economic reasons, but because of political ones.