India extended a fresh US$4.5 billion-worth credit line for bankrolling Bangladesh's select development projects, with 17 hitting the preliminary priority list in the deal.
During Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's recent visit to India from April 7-10, a number of MoUs and agreements were signed to facilitate trade and investment between the two countries. Professor Mustafizur Rahman, distinguished fellow at the Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD), talks to Naznin Tithi of The Daily Star
Bangladesh's long dynamic relationship with India has many facets, ranging from economic to social to political. Trade, investment, power and energy, communication, education and health are areas where a bilateral relationship exists.
Published in The Daily Star on Sunday, 18 September 2016 India, Bangladesh must create value chains to boost trade Economist Rehman Sobhan says at a dialogue organised by The Daily Star and IPAG Star Business Report Eminent economist Prof Rehman Sobhan [...]