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Inflation slightly decreases to 9.24% in April

Dhaka, May 4: Inflation in the country rose again in February after five consecutive months of decline. Inflation rose further in the following month, March. According to the latest Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics (BBS) estimates, headline inflation rose to 8.78 percent in February. Inflation rate rose again to 9.33 percent in March. In the last month of April, the price inflation decreased slightly. In the month of April, the overall or general inflation rate stood at 9.24 percent. As a result, inflation has decreased by 0.09 percent in April compared to March.

Number of unemployed people in Bangladesh decreased

Dhaka, March 30: The Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics (BBS) said that the number of unemployed in the country is 26 lakh 30 thousand. Among them, the 16 lakh 90 thousand are men, and 9 lakh 40 thousand are women.

Inflation drops to 8.57%

Dhaka, February 7: Compared to the previous month of December, the general price inflation has decreased to 8.57 percent in the beginning of this year, i.e. January. Last December it was 8.71 percent. As a result, inflation has decreased somewhat in the new year. However, inflation has increased in January 2023 compared to January 2022. In January 2022, general inflation was 5.86 percent.

Inflation decreases to 8.85% in Nov

Dhaka, December 6: Inflation has slightly decreased in November from last October. At the end of November, the price inflation has come down to 8.85 percent, which was 8.91 percent last month.

Inflation jumps to 9.5% in Aug, highest in 12 years

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Oct 6: The world is trying to overcome the shock of the Covid-19 pandemic. At the same time the Russia-Ukraine war. The negative impact of pandemics and wars on the global economy. The price of fuel increased in the international market. The food market also became unbridled. It also affected Bangladesh. On August 5, the government increased the price of fuel oil. Prices of almost all daily commodities also increased immediately after the announcement of the increase in fuel prices. Then comes the country's inflation data, which has been increasing till now.