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Dhaka, March 21: In view of the Russia-Ukraine war, export growth is certain and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina urged the concerned parties to find new markets for Bangladeshi products.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, April 28: Finance Minister AHM Mustafa Kamal has said that the war between Russia and Ukraine is risky for Bangladesh's economy at the moment as there is no way to peace is seen so far.
Own Correspondent, Chittagong, March 7: The beginning of the Russian military operation in Ukraine has had an impact on the world economy. Its impact is visible in Bangladesh as in other countries. The impact of the Russian invasion has been felt in many areas, including fuel, oil and gas. It has also affected the garment industry, one of the most important sectors in Bangladesh. Garment exports are getting stuck in private container depots (offdocks) in Chittagong due to the announcement of closure of shipments to Russia by big international shipping companies.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, March 4: Western sanctions on several Russian banks have created uncertainty over money transactions for Bangladesh's Rooppur nuclear power plant project.