bangladesh

Why-Bangladesh? Why-Now?

Bangladesh's economy is projected to grow 6.9 per cent in fiscal year 2022-23 thanks to strong export growth and a rebound in domestic demand, the World Bank (WB) said in its Global Economic Prospects released. Dhaka and Chittagong are the principal financial centers of the country, being home to the Dhaka Stock Exchange and the Chittagong Stock Exchange. The financial sector of Bangladesh is the second largest in the subcontinent. Bangladesh is one of the world's fastest growing economies. The automotive industry in Bangladesh is the third-largest in South Asia. The rising middle class of Bangladesh has been a significant driving force behind the motorcycle industry’s phenomenal rise as bikes are cheaper, easier to maintain and faster to navigate than cars. Since 2010, the number of motorcycles in Dhaka alone has more than doubled to roughly 469,888 units.

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The automobile industry in Bangladesh, as a whole, is growing. We have an estimated annual demand of 30,000 units for the passenger vehicles among which brand new vehicles are contributing 5,000 units. The demand for brand new motorbike is increasing as manufacturers are now offering new generation, highly efficient mobility solutions across different customer segments. Across the globe, the motorcycle market is performing well. In the backdrop of emerging economies and the overall increasing purchasing power of people in developing nations, the market is projected to grow at 4.4% per year through to 2022. This expected growth can primarily be attributed to a stronger and more robust global economy and the increasing availability of budget-friendly models.



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