Bangladesh is now a lower-middle-income country: World Bank

World BankBangladesh low-income countries are now out of the lower middle-income countries has increased. Wednesday the World Bank released a list of information came up.

Bangladesh’s per capita income is 1,046 USD. That the country’s per capita income is 1046 USD to 4125 USD, the World Bank put this country on the list of lower middle-income countries.

2014 to 2015 fiscal year in Bangladesh per capita national income 1314 US dollars, according to the Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics (BBS).


It has now exceeded the 1045 US dollars to the World Bank ranking procedures. For this reason, the new list has to be lower middle-income country Bangladesh.

Kenya, Myanmar and Tajikistan also low-income countries has increased from a lower middle-income country with Bangladesh, the World Bank as mentioned in the report.

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