Bangladesh: Stable outlook after ruling party extends its power following contested elections
On 30 December, the Election Commission announced that the ruling Awami League (AL) recorded a landslide victory at the general elections after ...
Bangladesh: Stubbornly stable and strong economic performances driven by the garment industry
Stable high growth correlates with a resilient and well-performing garment industry
Overdependence, safety and automation issues are ...
Bangladesh: IS attack by local radical militants highlights rising terrorism risk
On 2 July, a violent terrorist attack in a restaurant located in a diplomatic area of capital Dhaka cost the lives of 22 people, most of them ...
Business and trade again hindered by an endless political crisis
After more than one year of power consolidation following controversial elections won by incumbent AL party and boycotted by opposition BNP ...
Solutions: Easy access to 41 Islamic countries
Credimundi has a fronting agreement with ICIEC: the Islamic Corporation for the Insurance of Investment and Export Credit. ICIEC is 100% owned by the ...
17 Aug 2014
Country Risk Assessment Bangladesh
Medium- to long-term political risk remains high in Bangladesh although the country manages to preserve macroeconomic stability. One major ...
Boycotted elections keep instability and political violence risks at high level
The ruling secular Awami League (AL) largely won January Parliamentary elections that saw a low voter turnout due to being boycotted by its ...
High tensions and violent protests after war crime condemnations
The International Crimes Tribunal (ICT), which was created to try criminals during Bangladesh’s 1971 independence war from Pakistan, has ...