COVID 19 and Bangladesh Economy
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The Corona virus (Covid-19) pandemic has as of now wreaked devastation on the international economy in various ways, separating itself in specific through its effect on the “real world” economy as contradicted to budgetary market-specific harm. Both developed and developing nations are looking for to hook with the pandemic, and all confront impediments in their asset capacities; with the shortage being more intense within the developing world. The aim of this working paper is to show a few restricted determining through situation analysis using a total requests approach for Bangladesh, to demonstrate the possible multi-directional financial impacts from the Covid-19 pandemic. Using data from secondary online sources this research was conducted. The results showed that COVID-19 had a degenerating impact on the economy of Bangladesh. However, there were several affective government policies to subsist through these effects. The findings recommend that, FY20 rots will be enormous, but speedier worldwide and neighborhood recovery rates might goad a resumption of financial activity in FY21.
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