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Dhaka, December 19: Prime Minister's Advisor on Private Industry and Investment Salman F. Rahman said, "The dollar crisis in the country's market will soon be over to a large extent. Because Bangladesh Bank has taken several steps in this regard. Besides, due to hundi (illegal transactions), remittances are coming in a little less in the country. The government is working on hundi. Hopefully, the reduction in illegal transactions (hundi) will increase the flow of remittances through legitimate channels."
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Oct 21: Dollar crisis in the country is at an extreme. Bangladesh Bank is providing dollars from the reserve to eliminate this crisis. And this is pulling the reserve. The country's foreign exchange reserves have further fallen to USD 35 billion. This information is known from the sources of Bangladesh Bank.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Sept 2: Recently, the country has faced a dollar crisis. Various initiatives have been taken by the government and Bangladesh Bank to overcome this crisis. Dollars are released into the market almost every day from the foreign exchange reserves of the central bank. This has also put a strain on the reserves. Reserves have now fallen below USD 40 billion.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, May 31: To save dollars, the government plans to add new payment systems from Hong Kong and Singapore, outside SWIFT (Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications). Bangladesh Bank has been instructed to take necessary steps after examining the new payment system introduced by the two countries.