Reserves hit a record 45 billion dollar



Staff Correspondent, Barta24.com, Dhaka  
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The country's foreign exchange reserves have once again broken records at 45.10 billion.

The information was given by Bangladesh Bank on Monday (May 3).

Even in the Corona pandemic, the country's foreign exchange reserves have become a regular occurrence, surpassing billions of dollars. With this reserve of the central bank, the import cost of the next 12 months can be met.

According to central bank sources, export earnings have increased with remittances sent by expatriates. As a result, reserves exceeded 45 billion dollars. For the first time, the country's foreign exchange reserves exceeded 35 billion on June 23 last year. Prior to that, on June 3, reserves exceeded 34 billion. On September 1 it crossed 39.30 billion dollars.