Responses to Balance of Trade of Bangladesh through the Changes of Influencing Factors (GDP, TOT, FDI, ER, FR): An Econometric Analysis.
paper is to study the past history of BOP performance of Bangladesh and to draw some suggestions to improve the conditions. This study uses 35 years’ observations of GDP, TOT, FDI, ER and foreign remittance to estimate their impact on Balance of trade. On the basis of the observation, our suggestion is
that Bangladesh should take some initiative to increase products and manpower to enlarge its remittance volume with special consideration to stabilize its political situation.
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