While the government is distracted by elections, the financial economy will suffer
Delays and lack of quality control are a major concern when it comes to development projects.
The Asian Development Bank is ready to give over $20 billion to finance Bangladesh’s road and railway projects but raised concerns over the timely implementation of schemes.
A political economy lens is needed to understand the current situation of Bangladesh.
When we think of urban poor, we typically think of people living in slums.It’s not quite as simple.
Bangladesh needs proper macroeconomic management to avoid middle income trap
The next stage of Bangladesh-India relations should involve long-term, innovative projects.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today urged engineers to play a more proactive role in constructing infrastructures suitable to cope with adverse impacts of climate change.
Just as we need the most modern infrastructure for a fast-growing economy so also we need a robust “infrastructure of the mind” to build an advanced knowledge-based society whose fundamental features consists of the ability to differ on the basis of knowledge and think critically on the basis of reason.