Bangladeshi governor hails central bank's "unorthodox developmental role"


A speech by the governor of the Bangladesh Bank at a 'sub-regional workshop' with two development agencies of the UN and the Asian Development Bank on Saturday, February 9, hailed the central bank's "somewhat unorthodox developmental role" as helping the country towards meeting its millennium development goals (MDGs).

Governor Atiur Rahman said Bangladesh "has been a social laboratory in innovating many creative options for achieving MDGs", adding the country is "on track for attaining or

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