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Inflation target set at 5.5% in the proposed budget

Finance Minister AHM Mustafa Kamal today presented a national budget of Tk 678,064 crore for the 2022-23 fiscal year. In the proposed budget, the inflation target has been set at 5.5 percent. Read More...

31.42 lakh metric tons’ food grains to be collected in 2022-23 FY

Finance Minister AHM Mustafa Kamal has set a target of procuring 31.42 lakh metric tonnes of food grains from internal sources in the coming 2022-23 fiscal year. This information was given by the Finance Minister while presenting the budget for the fiscal year 2022-23 in the National Assembly on Thursday (June 9). Read More...

Budget allocation of Tk36,863 crore proposed for health sector

An allocation of Tk36,863 crore has been proposed for the health sector in the budget for fiscal year 2022-23. Of the total amount, the Health Services Division will get Tk29,282 crore and the Medical Education And Family Welfare Division will get Tk7,582 crore, said Finance Minister AHM Mustafa Kamal while presenting the budget proposal for FY22-23 on Thursday (9 June). Read More...

Finance Minister presenting the budget for the fiscal year 2022-23

Finance Minister AHM Mustafa Kamal has started unveiling the national budget for the financial year 2022-2023 with special focus on economic recovery from uncertainties caused by Covid-19 pandemic and the Russia-Ukraine war. Read More...

Cabinet approves national budget for FY2022-23

The Cabinet at a special meeting on Thursday approved the proposed national budget for the fiscal year 2022-23. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina presided over the meeting held at the cabinet room of the Jatiya Sangsad Bhaban. Read More...

Websites that will have budget information.

Finance Minister AHM Mustafa Kamal is going to present the 52nd budget of the country which has been prepared with emphasis on coronavirus crisis. This is going to be the fourth budget of the third consecutive term of the government led by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. Read More...


Websites that will have budget information

Finance Minister AHM Mustafa Kamal is going to present the 52nd budget of the country which has been prepared with emphasis on coronavirus crisis. This is going to be the fourth budget of the third consecutive term of the government led by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. Read More...

Eight major challenges in the 2022-23 budget

Finance Minister AHM Mustafa Kamal is going to present the 52nd budget of the country which has been prepared with emphasis on coronavirus crisis. However, before the Corona epidemic could end, the effects of the Russia-Ukraine war began to spread worldwide. Extreme instability is prevailing especially in the food market. The budget for the next 2022-23 fiscal year will be presented at such a time. Read More...

Budget session to be held today afternoon

The eighteenth session of the Eleventh National Assembly, i.e. the budget session, will begin on June 5 (Sunday) at 5 pm. President Mohammad Abdul Hamid convened the session on May 18 in accordance with the powers conferred by Article 72 (1) of the Constitution. Read More...

High prices, Asian markets could blunt EU ban on Russian oil

The European Union’s groundbreaking decision to ban nearly all oil from Russia to punish the country for its invasion of Ukraine is a blow to Moscow’s economy, but its effects may be blunted by rising energy prices and other countries willing to buy some of the petroleum, industry experts say. European Union leaders agreed late Monday to cut Russian oil imports by about 90% over the next six months, a dramatic move that was considered unthinkable just months ago. Read More...

This is the time to invest in Bangladesh: Tipu Munshi

Commerce Minister Tipu Munshi today said this is the time to invest in Bangladesh as the government is ensuring all sorts of facilities for the investors. He said, "This is time to invest in Bangladesh. Bangladesh is a big market of about 17 crore people. About 45 percent of the people have good purchasing power". Read More...

Poverty rate is the lowest in Dhaka, highest in Rangpur

Due to Corona, the poverty rate of the country is greatly affected. Although the poverty rate has increased a bit in the global epidemic, Bangladesh has overcome that crisis a lot. Poverty rate According to the Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics (BBS) 'Bangladesh Poverty Map 2016', the lowest poverty rate in the country is in Gulshan (0.4 percent) and the highest in Char Rajibpur of Kurigram district (79.8 percent). Read More...

Tariffs imposed on more than two hundred luxury products

The National Board of Revenue has imposed regulatory duty (RD) on more than two hundred luxury and foreign goods. It is learned that these tariffs (RD) are imposed to reduce the import trend and ensure the safety of domestic products. Read More...

Economic Association presents alternative budget for the next FY

Bangladesh Economic Association has presented an alternative budget for the next 2022-2023 financial year. The proposed budget is 20 lakh 50 thousand 36 crore taka. The proposal was made by the president of the association Prof Dr Abul Barkat at a press conference at the association's auditorium in Dhaka on Sunday (May 22). Read More...

Highest inflation in April in 18 months

The inflation is raised up to 6.29% in April which is highest in 18 months amid persistently high food prices and non-food prices, said Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics (BBS) last evening (May 18, 2022). Read More...

2 lakh 46 thousand crore Taka of annual development budget

The Annual Development Program (ADP) for the fiscal year 2022-23 has been approved at a cost of Taka 2 lakh 46 thousand 66 crore. Besides, ADPO of about 9,130 crore has been approved by the autonomous body or corporation. The information was given by Planning Minister MA Mannan after a meeting of the National Economic Council at the NEC conference room in Sher-e-Bangla Nagar on Tuesday (May 17). Read More...