Wednesday, 3 June, 2020, 5:41 PM
Haradhan Ganguly
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Mr. Haradhan Ganguly is a freelance contributor



Haradhan Ganguly
No harm having budget deficit: life and livelihood come firstOur bankers are suspecting their loan disbursement would be left non-cooperated by takers taking the present context of uncertainty. So they are panicky and already windowed their concern recently. But it is too early to be panicked. The scenario and contents present difference in between the non-performing loan culture of the past pre-corona era and ...
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‘Banking Commission’-- a time tested decisionIf a banking commission comes true, so far media report is concerned, it might fulfil a long standing demand of those who at least understand the necessity of dynamism and governance for financial sector as the key catalyst for balancing macro-economic fundamentals. Baking sector is now alleged to be at stake--started its down sliding from ...
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The other side of growth and some thoughts for new year�Kamarkathi" a remote village of southern part under Nesarabad, popularly known "Sarupkathi" upazilla of Patuakhali. Lives became unease immediate after cyclone Bulbul. Citizenries were having electricity snapped.  Even their IPS did not work. But trouble would soon come over they expect. Their refrigerators, fans, televisions would start working soon.But apart from this effect of Bulbul, ...
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Govt focus on bank money: Would it turn away private demand for credit?Where lies the critical hurdles for private investment for not being near to target for long is still remaining unexplored and at this how far much talked about the recent government's borrowing from banks would crowd out private sector is a quantitative comprehension that World Bank raised in its last "Bangladesh Development Update-Tertiary Education and ...
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Sheikh Hasina at World Economic Forum in IndiaIs Bangladesh moving fast towards a high value and knowledge intensive society, otherwise crossing the boundaries of the export oriented RMG sector? That is, are we going beyond apparel manufacturing? Are we having a paradigm shift in our investment pattern according to changes? That was called out loud to the world, and particularly targeting Indian ...
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Youth unemployment and work cultureMy elder sister, running 75 of age, suddenly had met stroke attack and brought to Dhaka from Barisal to get admitted to a private hospital which is attached to a private medical college. She was successfully operated upon by a renowned neuron surgeon. But we observe, his team means he is only one, remaining an ...
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Deficit financing-is it on the right track?Question of deficit financing has always been judged by its getting into its extent of rationality to address the macro-economic variables-(a) unemployment (b) growth (c) interest rates (d) exchange rates and (e) inflation. But recently some critics are raising questions on our ongoing nature of deficit financing and to them it is imbalanced. Even Prime ...
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Revive social valuesThey were hemmed in by bystanders as if to enjoy shooting of a action movie and so there is no question at all to stand up to. So Rifat (25) of Barguna was being hacked to death in open daylight by assailants, sorry, artists as if to them. But the High Court strikes the first ...
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Will the cat kill the rat?Former Chinese President Deng Xiaoping once told that a cat is white or black that is not important, whether it kills the rat or not that is to be judged. Budget proposal of very fiscal year has a common characteristic: it does not go down. Or levying of value added tax on edible oils and ...
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Will job creation and private investment be addressed in upcoming budget?Surely we will see the coming budget will have its main focus on quality job creation given the present state of threatening joblessness. Then it will not only be responsive to much talked about SDGs implementation in the way of poverty reduction, but also our cherished growth will find answer to be meaningful being qualitative ...
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