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World Bank approved $510 million financing to improve the secondary education system and student performance in Bangladesh.

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Bangladesh's economic growth remains resilient in spite of volatile export growth and shrinking remittances.



Qimiao Fan

Country Director for Bangladesh, Bhutan and Nepal

Suraiya Zannath

Lead Financial Management Specialist

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