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Own Correspondent, Dhaka, August 29: Remittances have returned to a positive trend amid the dollar crisis. Mainly due to various benefits, legitimate channels are responding to expatriate income.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, August 2: Expatriate Bangladeshis sent USD 209.69 crore in remittances in July. As per the current exchange rate of the dollar, the amount of this remittance is about Tk 20,000 crore in Bangladeshi currency. This information has been known from the latest report of Bangladesh Bank regarding remittance published on Monday (August 1).
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, July 7: Eid-ul-Azha, one of the major religious festivals of Muslims, will be celebrated in the country in next two days. Expatriate Bangladeshis are sending more and more money to their relatives to celebrate Eid. As a result, huge amount of remittances is coming to the country centering on Eid festival.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, June 2: The remittance inflow has suddenly declined. Expatriates sent USD 188 crore 54 lakh in remittances in May. This figure is USD 12.55 crore less than the previous month and USD 28.57 crore less than the same period last year.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, May 6: Expatriate Bangladeshis have sent remittances of more than USD 2 billion, or 200 crore 95 lakh dollars in April, which is Tk 17,362 crore in Bangladeshi currency (calculating 1 USD= Tk 86.40). As a single month, this is the highest remittance inflow recorded in the last 11 months. This information has been revealed in the latest report of Bangladesh Bank.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, April 25: Expatriate Bangladeshis have sent record remittances centering on the upcoming holy Eid-ul-Fitr. In the last 21 days, Bangladeshis living in different parts of the world have sent more than Tk 12,000 crore to meet the additional expenses of their families on Eid.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, March 2: In February, the second month of the year, expatriate Bangladeshis sent 149 crore 60 lakh US dollars in foreign exchange or remittances to the country. In Bangladeshi currency, the amount is Rs 12,865 crore (calculating 1 USD= Rs 86).
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, February 2: In January, the first month of the new year, expatriate Bangladeshis sent $170 crore or $1.70 billion in foreign exchange or remittances to the country. In Bangladeshi currency, the amount is Rs 14,620 crore (calculating 1 USD= Rs 86), which is more than Rs 600 crore compared to the previous month, December.