Assignment on Economic Condition of Bangladesh

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Assignment On
“Economic condition of Bangladesh”

Course Title: Microeconomics
Course code: BBA 1204

Submitted to

Dr. Shamsul Islam Latifi
Associate profesor, Dept. of Economics
Asian University of Bangladesh

Submitted By

Md. Hasan Khan
ID: 200920863
Batch: 36th

Date of Submission

5th September, 2013

Letter of Transmittal

Dr. Shamsul Islam Latifi
Associate professor, Dept. of Economics
Asian University of Bangladesh.

Sub: Letter of Transmittal.

Dear Sir,

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In FY 2011-12, the government has targeted the rate of inflation at 7.5 percent while it was 8.8 percent in FY 2010-11 and 7.31 percent in FY 2009-10. In November 2011, general inflation rate is 10.51 percent while it was 8.14 percent in November 2010.
In FY 2001-02, the rate of general inflation (12-month average) was 2.79 percent and point-to-point was 3.58 percent while consumer price index (CPI) was at 130.26. The rate of inflation continued to increase further in the next fiscal years. In FY 2007-08, the rate of

Trade Balance general inflation (12-month average) was higher at 9.94 percent and the rate of point-to-point inflation was 10.04 percent. But in FY 2008-09, the rate of point to point inflation followed a huge decline and dropped down to 2.25 percent as well as general inflation declined to 6.66 percent.ely

Import and Export
An increasing trend has been observed in import payments and export earnings over the years. In FY 2011-12, import payments and export earnings are estimated by the government at USD 35400 million and 25700 million respectively. However, in 2010-11, import payments was USD 33660 million and export earnings was USD 22930 million.

Budget Deficit
In FY 2011-12, total revenue and foreign grants is estimated at Tk. 1233.23 billion that is 24 percent higher than that
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