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State of the Bangladesh Economy in FY2015-16 Second Reading CPD’s Budget Recommendations Released to the Media on 17 April 2016, Dhaka বাংলােদেশর un য়েনর s াধীন পযর্ােলাচনা
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CPD (2016): State of the Bangladesh Economy in FY2015-16 (Second Reading) ii Contents SECTION I. INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................................................................... 1 SECTION II. MACROECONOMIC BACKDROP IN THE RUN‐UP TO THE NATIONAL BUDGET FOR FY2017 .... 3 SECTION III. RECOMMENDATIONS FOR NATIONAL BUDGET FOR FY2017 ............................................................. 15 SECTION IV. CONCLUDING REMARKS ........................................................................................................................................ 44 REFERENCES .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 46 ANNEXURE .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 48
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CPD (2016): State of the Bangladesh Economy in FY2016 (Second Reading) iii CPD IRBD 2016 Team Professor Mustafizur Rahman , Executive Director, CPD and Dr Debapriya Bhattacharya , Distinguished Fellow, CPD were in overall charge of preparing this report as the Team Leaders. Lead contributions were provided by Dr Khondaker Golam Moazzem , Additional Research Director and Mr Towfiqul Islam Khan , Research Fellow, CPD. Valuable research support was received from Mr Kishore Kumer Basak, Senior Research Associate; Mr Md. Zafar Sadique, Senior Research Associate; Ms Umme Shefa Rezbana , Senior Research Associate; Mr Faiyaz Talukdar , Visiting Research Associate; Ms Shahida Pervin, Research Associate ; Mr Mostafa Amir Sabbih, Research Associate; Ms Refaya Rashmin , Research Associate; Mr Estiaque Bari, Research Associate; Mr Mahtab Uddin Ahmed, Research Associate; Mr Muntaseer Kamal, Research Associate; Mr Shashish Shami Kamal, Research Associate; Mr Ashraful Haque Mahfuze , Research Associate; Ms Sherajum Monira Farin , Research Associate; Ms Ummah Salma, Programme Associate; and Mr Zareer Jowad Kazi , Programme Associate. Mr Towfiqul Islam Khan was the Coordinator of the CPD IRBD 2016 Team.
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CPD (2016): State of the Bangladesh Economy in FY2016 (Second Reading) iv Acknowledgement The CPD IRBD 2016 Team would like to register its sincere gratitude to Professor Rehman Sobhan , Chairman, CPD for his advice and guidance in preparing this report. The Team gratefully acknowledges the valuable support provided by Ms Anisatul Fatema Yousuf , Director, Dialogue and Communication Division, CPD and her colleagues at the Division in preparing this report. Support of Ms Nazmatun Noor , Deputy Director, Dialogue and Outreach is particularly acknowledged in this connection. Contribution of the CPD Administration and Finance Division is also highly appreciated. Assistance of Mr Hamidul Hoque Mondal , Senior Administrative Associate is particularly appreciated. Concerned officials belonging to a number of institutions have extended valuable support to the CPD IRBD Team members. In this connection, the Team would like to register its sincere thanks to Bangladesh Bank, Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics (BBS), Bangladesh Energy Regulatory Commission (BERC), Bangladesh Export Processing Zones Authority (BEPZA), Bangladesh Garment Manufactures & Exporters Association (BGMEA), Bangladesh Power Development Board (BPDB), Board of Investment (BoI), Bureau of Manpower, Employment and Training (BMET), Chittagong
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