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According to the IMF, foreign exchange reserves have fallen below 2 billion dollars

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According to the IMF, foreign exchange reserves have fallen below 2 billion dollars

In one year, the fixed price per dollar increased by 3 taka 78 paisa in the banking sector to 110 taka. But traders have to count up to 120 taka to settle the import bill. However, this additional cost has to be paid separately. Economists say that the main reason is that the price of the dollar is not based on the market. Although Bangladesh Bank says, the volatility in the foreign exchange market is decreasing. To watch more videos click the link of Independent TV’s YouTube channel… Details

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