Bangladesh, within its recent economic development progress, has been an emerging Asian star. During the period 2017-2019, its economy grew at 7.8%, and managed 2.4% in the 2020 Covid pandemic, one of the very few countries worldwide to show growth during this time.
However, recent issues have also shown some development to be erratic, and FDI inflows and outflows to be variable. In this specific country issue of AIR, we examine where key opportunities and bottlenecks are, as well as discussing Bangladesh's potential as a supply chain addition to the 'China Plus One' concept as well as being a bridge between ASEAN and SAARC. This is essential research for any Asian executives and investors seeking a deeper understanding into South and South-East Asian region.
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