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Workers turn out to mark labour day in this worker-run factory in Dhaka, Bangladesh, March 27, 2013. REUTERS/Rehman Soomro (BHARATI/UPI)apronx After years of growth and a boom in cheap Chinese energy, Bangladesh’s economy has slowed and the nation’s largest exporter of food, a major buyer of raw materials for manufacturing and major exporters of garments, is on track to run out of capacity before the end of this year. https://www.custodia4cover.it/products/custodia-cover-iphone-8-8-plus-pink-rose A government report last month said the country had exhausted its foreign exchange reserves. https://www.custodia4cover.it/products/air-jordan-nike-shoes-cover-iphone-6-6s But experts said the country needed an export boost to bolster the economy, and the government and the private sector were reluctant to support what is shaping up to be a costly import shock to its food imports. https://www.custodia4cover.it/products/coque-custodia-cover-fundas-hoesjes-j3-j5-j6-s20-s10-s9-s8-s7-s6-s5-plus-edge-b10118-ariana-grande-nasa-q0276-samsung-galaxy-s10-lite-2020-case BANGLADESH HISTORY OF RISK In an effort to contain the bleeding, the government has stepped up public outreach to boost exports to the West. https://www.cifnet.it/products/skulls-snakes-harry-potter-death-eaters-z0879-custodia-cover-samsung-galaxy-s10 It also has spent about $4 billion on modernizing ports, infrastructure projects and other infrastructure, and is seeking to attract foreign companies to create thousands of jobs. China already accounted for about a third of the country’s exports, and it is the world’s biggest supplier of natural gas. In a statement on Friday, the government announced the $30 billion ($28 billion) new investment package that will generate about 2,000 jobs for people in Bangladesh by 2022. The government said about 10,000 foreign-owned firms will gain jobs in the construction sector, and new industrial zones will be built at ports, and new factories will b바카라e set up. https://www.custodia4cover.it/products/kate-spade-owlish-black-cover-iphone-7 “In the coming six months, we plan to open the country’s first domestic manufacturing hubs for high-tech companies, with over 200 such manufacturing zones to be built, according to the National Advanced Manufacturing Authority of Bangladesh and China,” government spokesperson Zawahiri said. “We will also create a new National Manufacturing Innovation Park in Bangladesh to support business in science and technology.” China will provide $5 billion in assistance to fund investments in the infrastructure needed for foreign-built industrial complexes, according to the statement. The government also said it will build an artificial lake in Kishang, northeast of Bangladesh’s capital Dhaka, to help control rising groundwater levels, and to reduce flooding due to severe monsoon rains in the country’s cities.

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