Bangladesh governor stresses importance of SMEs


The governor of the Bangladesh Bank, Atiur Rahman, delivered a speech on July 3 in which he emphasised the importance of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in producing growth, and highlighted areas to improve their potential as exporters.

Speaking at a seminar on integrating SMEs into "global value chains" in Dhaka, Rahman described SMEs as "key instruments for hastening inclusive growth and poverty eradication". The governor said the central bank was working to improve financial inclusion for

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