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Dhaka, January 14: Imports of Bangladeshi goods are increasing after overcoming the epidemic drought; The country imported USD 481 crore worth of goods in November, the highest since the pandemic began. Ahsan Mansoor, executive director of the Policy Research Institute (PRI), said it was "good news" for the economy.
The Bangladesh government will import 7,30,000 tonnes of fertiliser for the 2020-2021 fiscal year. The country has already imported 5,50,000 tonnes of urea so far and will but another 1,80,000 tonnes more, to meet its demand.