Bangladesh Statistics-2017 2

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Bangladesh Statistics
2017
Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics (BBS)
Statistics and Informatics Division (SID)
Ministry of Planning
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PREFACE
Bangladesh Statistics 2016 is a booklet which provides important demographic and
social- economic data as well as statistical indicators of Bangladesh for the year
2016
This booklet is an extraction of information from various statistical publications and
reports compiled by BBS, other Ministries, Departments and Agencies.
These statistics give an indication of current social and economic trends in the
country. Some of the latest figures are provisional and subject to revision.
Publication in recognizing the inputs used in the compilation of this booklet, BBS
would like to thank all organization in the Government, Departments and Agencies
and private sectors.
BBS is very much thankful for your continued support and cooperation for the
compilation of the future editions of this booklet and other statistical report.
Views and feedback are welcome from users in all sectors so as to enrich the next
edition of the Bangladesh Statistics.
The document can also be obtained from the website; www.bbs.gov.bd.
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Contents
Chapter No.
Chapter Name
Page
No.
Chapter I
General Characteristics
1
Chapter II
Environment and Disaster
5
Chapter III
Population, Household and Housing
Characteristics
9
Chapter IV
Education and Health
19
Chapter V
Agriculture
23
Chapter VI
Labour and Employment
25
Chapter VII
Industry and Energy
31
Chapter VIII
Transport, Communication, Tourism and IT
39
Chapter IX
Foreign Trade
43
Chapter X
National Accounts, Finance and Banking
51
Chapter XI
Price and wages
59
Chapter XII
Poverty
65
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Key Indicators
Demographic and Social Indicators
Indicators
Total Population
Male
Female
Growth rate
Total fertility rate (15-49 years)
Life expectancy at birth
Male
Female
Literacy rate of population (7+ years)
Economic indicators
Indicators
GDP at current market price (in Tk)
GDP at constant market price (in Tk)
Per capita GDP in current market
prices (in US$)
Per capita GNI at current market
prices (in US$)
Growth rate at constant prices
Investment at current prices (tk)
Inflation rate (%), Geneeral
Poverty rate for April-June, 2016
Extreme poverty rate for April-June,
2016
Total number of establishment
Total persons engaged
Total export (Million in TK)
Total import (Million in TK)
Share of ready made garments in
national export
Economically active population (15+)
Employed population (15+)
Unemployed population
Unemployment rate
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Data
158.9 million
79.6 million
74.5 million
1.37
2.10
70.9 years
69.4 years
72.0 years
63.6
Source
BBS, 2015
BBS, 2015
BBS, 2015
BBS, 2015
BBS, 2015
BBS, 2015
BBS, 2015
BBS, 2015
BBS, 2015
Data
17329 billion
8835 billion
1385
Source
BBS, 2016
BBS, 2016
BBS, 2016
1465
BBS, 2016
7.11
51.39 billion
5.92
23.2
12.9
BBS, 2016
BBS, 2016
BBS, 2016
BBS, 2016
BBS, 2016
78,18,565
2,45,00,850
3003837
4712495
89.10
BBS, 2016
BBS, 2016
BBS, 2016
BBS, 2016
BGMEA 2015
62.1 million
59.5 million
2.6 million
BBS, 2015
BBS, 2015
BBS, 2015
BBS, 2015
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Chapter I
General Characteristics
Official Name:
The People’s Republic of Bangladesh.
State Language:
Bangla, English is well spoken.
National Flag:
Consists of a circle coloured red throughout its area,
resting on a green rectangular background. The length
to width ratio of the rectangle is 10:6 and the circle has
a radius of one fifth of the length.
National Emblem:
The national flower “Shapla” (nymphea-nouchali)
resting on water, having on each side an ear of paddy
and being surmounted by three connected leaves of
jute with two stars on each side of the leaves.
Capital:
Dhaka
Nationality:
Bangladeshi
Name of Currency:
Taka
Notes: Taka 1000, 500, 100, 50, 20, 10, 5
Between 20034’and 26038’ north latitude and between
88001’ and 92041’ east longitude.
Geographical Location:
Boundary:
North: India
West: India
South: Bay of Bengal
East: India and Myanmar
Area:
56977 sq. miles or 147,570 sq. km.
Territorial Sea:
9000 Sq. /km
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Main Seasons:
Summer, Rainy Season, Autumn, Late Autumn, Winter
and Spring.
Standard Time:
GMT+6 hours
Principal rivers:
The Padma, The Meghna, The Jamuna, The
Brahmaputra, The Teesta, The Surma and The
Karnaphuli (Total 310 rivers including tributaries)
Principal seasonal
Crops and Fruits:
Paddy, jute, wheat, tobacco, pulses, oil seeds, spices,
vegetables, jack-fruit, banana, mango, coconut.
Principal industries:
Readymade garments, textiles, chemical fertilizers,
pharmaceuticals, tea processing, paper & newsprints,
cement, sugar, leather goods etc.
Principal minerals:
Natural gas, Coal, Lime, White clay, Glass sand.
Principal exports:
Readymade garments & knitwear, frozen fish, jute &
jute goods, pharmaceutical products, tea, leather
products, handicrafts, chemicals.
Airports
International: Dhaka, Chittagong, and Sylhet.
Domestic: Dhaka, Chittagong, Jessore, Sylhet, Cox’s
Bazar, Sayedpur, Rajshahi, and Barisal.
Sea ports:
Chittagong, Mongla, Paira
Inland river ports:
Dhaka, Chandpur, Barisal, Khulna,
Narayanganj, Bhairab Bazar, Ashuganj.
Landports:
Benaple,
Teknaf,
Banglabandha,
Sonamasjid,
Nakugaon, Bionia, Hili, Akhaura, Bibibazar, Bhomra,
Gobrakora, Karaitoli, Bhurimari, Birol, Tamabil,
Ramgarh, Sonahat, Tegamukh, Chilhati & Doulatganj.
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Baghabari,
1.1 Administrative Units and others, 2016
Unit
Number
Division
8
Zila
64
City Corporation
11
Pouroshava
327
Upazila
491
Police Station
644
Union
4565
Mauza
56348
Population *
158.9 million
Household **
32173630
Life Expectancy at birth*
70.9 years
Source: LGRD and BBS
Note: * SVRS 2015, ** Population and Housing Census 2011
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Chapter II
Environment and Disaster
2.1 Climatic Variations (Average)
Season
Temperature (0C)
Rainfall (mm)
Pre Monsoon
22.4-32.6
453
Monsoon
25.5- 31.5
1733
Post Monsoon
21.4-30.5
210
Winter
13.9-26.5
44
Annual
21.2-30.4
203
Source: Bangladesh Meteorological Department
Humidity (%)
74
86
80
73
78
2.2 Yearly Average Rainfall in Bangladesh (1981-2016)
Division
Yearly rainfall (mm)
2015
Barisal
202
Chittagong
257
Dhaka
160
Khulna
144
Mymensingh
189
Rajshahi
130
Rangpur
177
Sylhet
269
Bangladesh
191
Source: Bangladesh Meteorological Department
Yearly rainfall (mm)
2016
196
184
114
185
164
115
180
358
125
2.3 Highest and Lowest temperature of Bangladesh from 2012-15
Indicators
2013
2014
Highest temperature
41.5
43.2
Place
Chuadanga
Chuadanga
Lowest temperature
6.5
7.2
Place
Sitakunda
Sitakunda
Source: Bangladesh Meteorological Department
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2015
39.8
Chuadanga
6.0
Sitakunda
2016
41.2
Rajshahi
6.1
Faridpur
2.4 Water Level of Major Rivers
River
Station Name
2014
MaxOfWL
Jamuna
Jamuna
Ganges-Padma
MinOfWL
2017
MaxOfWL
MinOfWL
Noonkhawa
27.25
20.53
21.03
16.75
Sirajganj
13.79
6.03
14.87
5.78
Hardinge
13.31
5.36
13.85
4.76
Bridge
Gumti-Burinadi Daudkandi
4.07
1.29
4.81
1.31
Lakhya
Narayanganj
5.90
1.50
Matamuhuri
Lama
11.29
6.50
13.79
5.91
Muhuri
Parshuram
13.68
8.38
15.20
8.20
Surma-Meghna Sylhet
11.35
2.05
11.70
2.30
Surma-Meghna Bhairab Bazar
6.04
0.99
6.04
1.18
Teesta
Kaunia
28.95
25.35
29.95
25.59
Source: Bangladesh Water Development Board
Note: Water year (April-March); 57 are transboundary rivers of which 54 come
from India
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2.5 Disaster related statistics (Disaster prone area of
Bangladesh)
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2
3
4
Description (Disaster prone
area of Bangladesh)
Number
Percentage
Population as in 2014
20204367
Male
10497444
Female
9706923
Education (7+) years old and 17362575
above
5
No education
6656371
6
Class I to V
5656437
7
Class Vi to IX
3223284
8
SSC/HSC equivalent
1602116
9
Graduate and above
224366
Source: Bangladesh Disaster related Statistics, 2015, BBS
100.00
51.96
48.04
100.00
33.34
32.58
18.56
9.23
1.29
2.6 Human Assets Index (HAI) and Economic vulnerability Index (EVI)
Indicators
2014
2015
2016
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Human Assets Index (HAI)
63.9
68.1
73.2
1.1
Percentage of Population undernourished
16.9
16.4
15.1
1.2
Mortality for children aged 5 years and
under
38.0
36.0
34.2
1.3
Gross Secondary School enrolment Ratio
53.6
63.5
63.5
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Economic vulnerability Index (EVI)
25.1
25.1
25.2
2.1
Exposure Index
22.6
22.5
22.8
2.2
Trade remoteness
38.88
38.88
38.5
2.3
Share of population in low elevated
coastal area
8.90
8.90
8.9
2.4
Merchandise export concentration
0.37
0.37
0.41
2.5
Share of agriculture, forestry and fisheries
in GDP
16.49
15.97
15.4
2.6
Shock Index
27.5
27.5
27.6
3
Victims of natural disaster per 100000
popn
4.68
4.68
3.97
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Instability of agricultural production (Lac
MT)
3.10
3.10
3.09
5
Instability of merchandise exports (mill.
tk)
6.70
6.70
7.09
Source:National Accounting Wing, BBS.
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Chapter III
Population, Household and Housing Characteristics
Fig.-3.1 (a) Population of Bangladesh (Adjusted)
160000000
140000000
120000000
100000000
80000000
60000000
40000000
20000000
0
1981
1991
2001
2011
Male
46295000
57313929
67731320
74980386
Female
43617000
54141256
62791278
74791978
Total
89912000
111455185
130522598
149772364
Source: Population census 2011, 2001, 1991 & 1981, BBS
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Fig.-3.1b. Population of Bangladesh (Estimated)
(in million)
180
160
140
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
2013
2014
2015
2016
Male
78.3
78.6
79.6
80.5
Female
78.2
76.4
74.5
80.3
Total
154.7
156.8
158.9
160.8
Source: Monitoring the Situation of Vital Statistics of Bangladesh (MSVSB), BBS
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Fig.-3.2 Crude Birth Rate 2013-2016 (Per 1000) Mid-year
Population
Source: Monitoring the Situation of Vital Statistics of Bangladesh (MSVSB), BBS
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Fig 3.3 Age Specific (per 1000 population)
Source: Monitoring the Situation of Vital Statistics of Bangladesh (MSVSB),2016 BBS.
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Fig-3.4 Crude Death Rate (Per 1000) Mid-year Population
Source: Monitoring the Situation of Vital Statistics of Bangladesh (MSVSB),2016 BBS.
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Fig.-3.5 a. Infant Mortality Rate (Per 1000 Live Birth) Mid
year Population by Urban and Rural
Source: Monitoring the Situation of Vital Statistics of Bangladesh (MSVSB),2016 BBS.
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Fig.-3.5 b. Infant Mortality Rate (Per 1000 Live Birth) Mid
year Population by Male and Female
Source: Monitoring the Situation of Vital Statistics of Bangladesh (MSVSB),2016 BBS.
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1.48
1.47
Fig.-3.6 a National Growth Rate of Population
1.46
1.37
1.37
1.37
1.37
1.36
1.36
1.36
1.38
1.37
1.4
1.36
1.4
1.42
1.39
1.44
National
1.34
1.32
1.3
2006
2008
2010
2012
2014
2016
Source: Monitoring the Situation of Vital Statistics of Bangladesh (MSVSB),2016 BBS.
Fig-3.6 b National Growth Rate of Population, urban, rural
1.6
1.5
1.4
Urban
1.3
Rural
1.2
1.1
1
2006
2008
2010
2012
16
2014
2016
Fig.-3.7 Maternal Mortality Ratio (Per 1000 live births) Midyear Population
Source: Monitoring the Situation of Vital Statistics of Bangladesh (MSVSB),2016 BBS.
Fig.-3.8 Life Expectancy at Birth by Sex
Source: Monitoring the Situation of Vital Statistics of Bangladesh (MSVSB),2016 BBS.
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Fig.-3.9 Projected Population of Bangladesh (In Million)
250
218.65
206.46
191.6
200
171.71
151.41
150
130.02
100
50
0
2001
2011
2021
2031
2041
2051
Population (In million)
Sources: Sectoral Need-Based Projection in Bangladesh, BBS
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Chapter IV
Education and Health
4.1 Number of Institutions, Teachers and Students, 2015
Type of Institution
Primary
Secondary
College
Madrasah
Professional
Teacher Education
Technical
vocational
University
Number of
Institutions
126615
20449
4238
9314
596
215
5897
No of Teachers
130
No of Student
548201
243553
117337
113368
8422
2684
32379
18602988
10184364
3767784
2460305
136122
34768
875270
27794
823102
Source: BANBEIS 2016
4.2 Literacy Rate of Population
(Percent)
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015 2016
Both Sex
57.2
55.8
56.3
58.6
63.6 71.0
National
Male
59.3
58.4
59.2
60.7
65.6 73.0
Female
55.1
53.2
53.3
56.6
61.6 68.9
Both Sex
53.9
49.6
49.9
55.2
57.2 65.5
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Male
55.1
52.2
52.7
57.2
59.2 67.7
Yea Rural
rs+
Female
51.9
46.9
47.0
53.1
55.1 63.3
Both Sex
68.6
66.9
67.4
70.5
73.3 77.7
Urban
Male
70.9
69.5
70.4
72.6
75.3 79.6
Female
66.2
64.3
64.3
68.4
71.2 75.8
Both Sex
61.0
58.8
60.7
61.4
64.6 72.3
National
Male
64.2
62.5
64.8
64.7
67.6 75.2
Female
57.8
55.1
56.6
58.2
61.6 69.5
Both Sex
57.0
52.0
54.0
57.4
57.6 65.4
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Male
60.2
55.8
58.0
60.7
60.6 68.4
yea Rural
rs+
Female
53.9
48.2
50.0
54.1
54.6 62.4
Both Sex
74.1
70.6
72.0
74.6
74.7 80.7
Urban
Male
77.3
74.2
76.1
77.7
77.7 83.3
Female
70.9
67.0
67.6
71.5
71.8 77.9
Source: Monitoring the Situation of Vital Statistics of Bangladesh (MSVSB), BBS
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4.3 Indicators of the Health and Family Planning Sector, 2016
Health Services Provision
Total no. of government hospitals under DGHS
No. of non-government hospitals and Clinics (Regd, by DGHS)
No. of beds under DGHS (functioning)
No. of beds in private sector Facilities (Regd, by DGHS)
No. of registered physicians
Doctors working under MOHFW per 10000 people
Doctors working under other ministries
Doctors working in private sector
Doctors under DGHS
Doctors under DGFP
Registered diploma nurses
No. of registered dental surgeons
Source: DG of Health Service, Health Bulletin, 2017.
Strength
607
5023
49414
87610
85633
1.26
20603
727
48001
8130
4.4 Secondary and tertiary hospitals/ health centers under
DGHS, with the number of functional beds (as of December
2016)
Types of Hospital/ Health Center
No. of
Facilities
Chest Hospital
13
100-bed hospital
1
Dental College Hospital
1
District/General Hospital
64
Hospital of Alternative Medicines
2
Infectious Diseases Hospital
5
Leprosy Hospital
3
Medical college Hospital
17
Specialized Hospital
5
Specilalty post graduate institute and Hospital
11
Trauma Center
5
Total (Hospital)
127
Source: DG of Health Service, Health Bulletin, 2017.
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No. of Functinal
Beds
816
100
200
10,450
200
180
130
13713
1050
3034
100
29973
4.5 Primary healthcare centers run by the DGHS at the
Upazila level and Below, 2017 (September)
Level
Upazila
Type of facility
Type of
service
Hospital
Total no. of
facilities
297
Upazila Health
complex (50-bed)
Upazila health
Hospital
complex (31-bed)
Upazila health
Hospital
complex (10-bed)
Upazila health
OPD
complex (0-bed)
Sub-Total of Upazila Health
Complex
Upazila Health
OPD
Office)
31-Bed Hospital
30-Bed Hospital
Hospital
25-bed hospital
Hospital
Subtotal of hospitals outside health
complexes
Total of upazila-level hospitals
Union
20-bed hospital
Hospital
10-bed hospital
Hospital
Subtotal of union-level hospitals
Union subcenter
OPD
and Union Health
and Family
welfare center
Total of union-level facilities
Ward
Community clinic
Functional at
present (OPD)
Grand total of Primary Care
hospitals (upazila and below)
Grand total of Primary health
facilities (upazila and below)
*Hospital not yet started
Source: DG of Health Service, Health Bulletin, 2017
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Total
beds
14850
112
3472
11
110
4
-
424
18432
60
424
1
1
66
16,632
30
25
179
490
32
19
51
1399
18611
640
190
830
--
1,450
13442
-
477
19441
15382
19441
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Chapter V
Agriculture
5.1 Land Utilization Statistics
Item
2012-13
Not available for
9293
cultivation
Forest area
6359
Cultivable waste area
505
Current fallow area
969
Total cropped area
37150
Source: Agriculture Wing, BBS
2013-14
9105
(Area in ‘000’ Acre)
2014-15
2015-16
8942
8901
6368
483
928
37573
6368
519
1042
37674
6368
551
1009
38148
5.2 Production of Selected Agricultural Crops
Item
2014-15
Rice
34710
Wheat
1347
Maize
2271
Jute
1399
Potato
9254
Sugarcane
4434
Tea
66
Pulses
378
Oilseeds
934
Onion
1704
Tobacco
94
Fruits
4635
Source: Agriculture Wing, BBS,
Note: 1Bale=0.1814369 M.ton
2015-16
34710
1348
2446
1371
9474
4208
65
378
934
1735
88
4765
23
(In ‘000’ MT)
2016-17
33803
1311
3026
8247
10216
3863
82
387
974
1866
88
5019
2016-17
36465
6368
8901
551
1009
5.3 Species/Group-wise Annual Fish Production
(MT)
SL.
NO
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
2014-15
Species/Group
2015-16
Major Carp
755074
750880
Other Carp
80997
80647
Exotic Carp
363737
357933
Pangas (cat fish)
406818
504674
Other Cat Fish
64537
65130
Snake Head
69305
70106
Live Fish
133512
136113
Tilapia
347801
377346
Other Inland fish
542711
568446
Hilsa
387211
394951
Shrimp/Prawn
230244
234188
Crab
13160
Sandine
32835
44386
Bombay Duck
53950
58545
Indian Salmon
1020
895
Pomfret
11437
10593
Jew Fish
31826
31894
Sea Cat Fish
9476
8695
Sharks Sjates & Ray
5093
4622
Other Marine Fish
156661
165120
Total
3684245
3878324
Source: Ministry of Fisheries and Livestock, Department of Fisheries
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Chapter VI
Labour and Manpower
6.1 Key Findings of Labour Force Surveys
Labour force
characteristics
Economically
active
population
(15+)
Employed
Population
(15+)
Unemployed
Population
2013
2015
(In million)
2016-17
60.7
62.1
63.5
54.1
58.1
59.5
60.8
2.60
2.6
2005-06
2010
49.5
56.7
47.4
2.10
2.60
2.7
Source: Labour force survey 2013, QLFS 2015and QLFS 2017, BBS.
6.2 Labour Force Aged 15+ by Level of Education (p)
Level of Education
Male
15103
12448
18182
4855
3150
341
54080
None
Primary
Secondary
Higher Secondary
Tertiary
Others
Total
Source: Labour force survey, 2016-17, BBS
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(In 000)
Bangladesh
Female
Total
1859
33362
11919
24368
20022
38205
3284
8139
1403
4554
86
427
54974
109054
6.3 Labour Force by Age Group (15+) (p)
(In Thousand)
Bangladesh
Male
Female
Total
15-19
3473
1372
4845
20-24
4455
2442
6897
25-29
5800
3257
9057
30-34
5382
2802
8184
35-39
5493
2743
8236
40-44
4406
1970
6376
45-49
4209
1737
5946
50-54
3195
1063
4258
55-59
2553
874
3427
60-64
1418
326
1744
65 +
1652
278
1930
Total
42037
18863
60899
‘p’ denotes provisional, Source: Labour force survey, 2015, BBS
Age Group
6.4 Youth Labour Force 15-29 (p)
(In Thousand)
Bangladesh
Male
Female
Total
Total Youth Population
19723
21916
41639
Total Labour Force
13728
7070
20798
Employed
12715
6274
18989
Unemployed
1013
797
1809
Not in Labour Force
5995
14845
20841
‘p’ denotes provisional, Source: Labour force survey, 2015, BBS
Category
6.5
Employed Youths Aged 15-29 Years by Major
Occupation (p)
Major Occupation
Managers
Professionals
Technicians and Assoc
Clerical Support Work
Service and Sales Wor
Skilled Agricultural,
Craft and Related Tra
Plant and Machine Ope
Elementary Occupation
Others
Total
‘p’ denotes provisional,
(In Thousand)
Bangladesh
Male
Female
Total
191
36
227
597
479
1076
273
60
333
219
47
266
2488
213
2700
2135
2591
4726
3198
1472
4670
1474
377
1851
2095
995
3090
45
3
48
12715
6274
19989
Source: Labour force survey, 2015, BBS
26
6.6 Comparison of Child labor survey
(000)
Sl.
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Characteristics
2002-03
Male Female Total
22689
19698
42387
Child
population
(.000)(Age 0517)
Child Labour
2461
718
3179
(.000)(Age 0517)
No of working
5471
1952
7423
children age 517 years (.000)
Child Labour
as % of
Total Working
45.0
36.8
42.8
Children
Total Child
10.8
3.6
7.5
Population
Working children aged 5-17 by broad sector
of employment (%)
Formal
7.3
6.4
7.1
Informal
92.7
93.6
92.9
Working children aged 5-17 by
broad Industry (%)
Agriculture
54.7
59.7
56
Industry
16.3
22.5
17.9
Service
29.1
17.8
26.1
Average
992
864
977
Monthly
Income age 517 years (Tk.)
Average
30.7
22.3
28.5
Weekly Hours
Worked
Children in
1172
120
1291
hazardous
work (.000)
27
2013
Male
Female
Total
20596
19055
39652
953
746
1699
2103
1347
3450
45.3
55.4
49.3
4.6
3.9
4
3.6
96.4
7.5
92.5
5.2
94.9
35.5
29.6
34.9
5541
39.1
27.0
23.9
6607
36.9
32.5
30.6
5948
39.0
39.0
39.0
772
508
1280
Fig.-6.1 Working children, child labour and
hazardous child labour
Population aged 5 -17 years
39,652,384
Working children
3,450,369
Child labour
1,698,894
Hazardous child labour
1,280,195
Sources: Bangladesh National Child Labour Survey-2013
28
Fig.-6.2 Overseas Employment
900000
800000
700000
600000
500000
400000
300000
200000
100000
0
1995
2000
2005
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
Overseas Employment 187543 222686 252702 875055 475278 390702 568052 607798 409253 425684
Sources: Bureau of Manpower, Employment and Training (BMET)
29
30
Chapter VII
Industry and Energy
7.1 Quantum Index of Industrial Production (Manufacturing)
(Base: 2005-06)
Group
General Index of Manufacturing
Manufacture of food products
Manufacture of beverages
Manufacture of tobacco products
Manufacture of textile
Manufacture of wearing apparel
Manufacture of leather and related
products
Manufacture of wood and products of
wood and cork
Manufacture of Paper and paper products
Printing and reproduction of recorded
media
Manufacture of coke and refined
petroleum products
Manufacture of chemicals and chemical
products
Manufacture of Pharmaceuticals and
medicinal chemical
Manufacture of rubber and plastic
products
Manufacture of other non-metalic mineral
products
Manufacture of basic metals
Manufacture of fabricated metal products
except machinery
Manufacture of computer, electronic and
optical products
Manufacture of electrical equipment
Manufacture of machinery and equipment
n.e.c
Manufacture of motor vehicles,trailers and
semi trailers
Manufacture of other transport equipment
Manufacture of furniture
Source: National Accounting Wing, BBS
31
2014-15
236.11
333.07
230.06
147.37
122.81
304.76
140.48
2015-16
267.88
385.10
269.75
135.48
138.90
338.73
125.44
2016-17
297.89
410.42
257.61
139.57
168.39
343.74
194.13
269.88
301.72
325.26
174.68
140.91
181.08
147.83
183.67
155.62
96.79
94.03
182.74
77.49
92.60
104.04
290.98
319.26
424.30
292.69
338.14
359.79
182.78
258.34
341.85
187.13
182.30
202.85
200.53
174.04
246.01
148.37
231.89
253.33
164.56
204.89
214.12
279.14
342.77
406.37
178.83
331.63
559.61
340.12
116.35
592.41
132.02
560.00
151.44
7.2 Production of Natural Gas and Fertilizer
Year
Natural
Gas
(MMCM)
20075
21056
22669
23233
25263
27489
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
Source: Petrobangla & BCIC
Fertilizer [MT]
Urea
TSP
Am Sulp.
908837
933678
1026999
838628
877820
813600
583881
63457
65047
40152
86432
87536
95082
113563
725
359
98
28
0
47507
7.3 Selected Indicators of energy sector
Items
2013-14
2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
A. Electricity
Total Generation Capacity
10939
11770
12771
9812
(MW)
Maximum generation (MW)
7356
7817
9036
9479
Energy Generation (MKWh)
42195
45836
52193
52276
Energy Consumption
39624
45299
50264
36233
(MWh)
Transmission lines in Kilo
9695
9893
10436
9536
metre:
Distribution lines in kilo
326000
357181
401678
30270
metre (33 kv&below)
B. Gas
Total Production(BCF)
820.43
892.17
973.25
971.6
Consumption (BCF)
828.14
877.30
966.9
987.3
Gas Connection (Number)
393557
355917
276282
8005
C. Petroleum Import (000
M.Ton)
Crude Oil
1176
1303
1090
1379
Refined Oil
4174
4095
3672
4452
Lube base Oil
D. Petroleum Expenditure
(Million US$)
Crude Oil
Refined Oil
Lube base Oil
Source:BTU-British Themal Unit.Cons.-Consumption, BCF=Billion Cubic Feet.
Gas Production is shown only Single Year for 2010-11 to 2013-14, Source: BPDB,
BOGMC, BPC
32
Fig.-7.1 Sector wise consumption of Rural Electricity
Source: REB, Ministry of Power, Energy and Mineral Resources
Fig.-7.2 Natural Gas Reserved and Production in Bangladesh
(Billion Cubic Feet)
40000
3 5 7 10 . 6
3 50 0 0
30000
2 5 8 15
2 50 0 0
20000
12 3 9 8 . 7 6
150 0 0
13 4 16 . 1
10 0 0 0
50 0 0
0
T o t al R eser ve
( P r o ven+P r o b ab l e)
C umul at i ve
P r o d uct i o n as o f
June 2 0 15
Source: Petrobangla, Ministry of Power, Energy and Mineral Resources
33
7.4 Import of Crude & Refined Oil
A) Crude Oil Import
2011-12
584754
501183
1085937
2012-13
679488
612614
1292102
2013-14
588686
588010
1176693
Qty in MT
2014-15
603932
699262
1303194
2011-12
2884614
104806
304917
115596
680982
4090915
2012-13
2385164
3779
343849
94369
803603
3630764
2013-14
2770477
24593
280883
63282
1016101
4155336
Qnty in MT
2014-15
3010279
0
348852
44757
691704
4095592
Grade
2010-11
2011-12
SN-150
644
750
SN-500
2656
2730
SBS-150
1445
1500
Total
4745
4980
Source: Eastern Refinery Limited
2012-13
729
2615
1509
4853
2013-14
0
0
0
0
Qnty in MT
2014-15
0
0
0
0
Name of Crude
Marban Crude
Arab Light Crude
Total
2010-11
571559
83743
1409302
B) Import of Refined Oil
Product
HSD
SKO
JET A-1
MS HOBC
FO
Total
2010-11
2731756
101839
348276
77473
230432
3489776
C) Import of Lube Base Oil
34
Fig.-7.3 Sector Wise Use of Petroleum Products FY 2016-17
Source: Bangladesh Petroleum Corporation
35
7.5 Selected Indicators from Economic census-2013
Sl.
No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Description
Establishments
Total
Permanent
Temporary
Economic Household
Urban
Permanent
Temporary
Economic Household
Rural
Permanent
Temporary
Economic Household
Major Economic Activities
Wholesale and Retail Trade, Repair of
Motor Vehicles....
Accommodation and Food Service
Activities
Transportation and Storage
Manufacturing
Education
Human Health and Social Work
Activities
Other Economic Activities
Male Headed
Urban
Rural
Female Headed
Urban
Rural
Registration Status
Registered
Non-Registered
Not Applicable
Inception Period
Before 1971
1971-89
1990-99
36
Number
Percentage
(%)
7818565
4514091
482903
2821571
2229546
1577632
205910
446004
5589019
2936459
276993
2375567
7818565
3589443
100
57.74
6.18
36.09
100
70.76
9.24
20.00
100
52.54
4.96
42.50
100
45.91
519845
6.65
1303807
868244
189108
79586
16.68
11.10
2.42
1.02
1268532
7255197
2087845
5167352
563368
141701
421667
7818565
2727481
3990051
1101033
7818565
132588
401367
1022999
16.22
100
28.78
71.22
100
25.15
74.85
100
34.88
51.03
14.08
100
1.70
5.13
13.08
Sl.
No.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
Description
Number
2000-09
4128991
2010-13
2132620
Mode of Sales
7818565
Retail
4485786
Wholesale
522336
Not Applicable
2810443
Current Fixed Assets (In Lac Taka)
7701501
(Excluding Government &
Autonomous)
Up to 5
6760654
5-50
873985
50-100
44809
100-1000
18426
1000-1500
1815
1500-3000
704
3000+
1108
Investment by Non Resident
90433
Bangladeshis
(In Thousand Taka)
Up to 50
10942
51-100
7123
101-500
16475
Above 500
55893
Category
7818565
Cottage
6842884
Micro
104007
Small
859318
Medium
7106
Large
5250
Total Persons Engaged (TPE)
Total
24500850
Urban
9500119
Rural
15000731
Total
24500850
Working Status of Male
Working Proprietors
Unpaid Family Workers
Full Time Workers
20449132
6920215
830982
12119509
37
Percentage
(%)
52.81
27.28
100
57.37
6.68
35.95
100
87.78
11.35
0.58
0.24
0.02
0.01
0.01
100
12.10
7.88
18.22
61.81
100
87.52
1.33
10.99
0.09
0.07
100
38.77
61.23
100
100
33.84
4.06
59.27
Sl.
No.
Description
Number
Part Time Workers
Casual Workers
Status of Female
16. Working
Working Proprietors
Unpaid Family Workers
Full Time Workers
Part Time Workers
Casual Workers
Source: Economic Census, 2013, BBS.
395075
183351
4051718
431809
465978
3000846
91005
62080
38
Percentage
(%)
1.93
0.90
100
10.66
11.50
74.06
2.25
1.53
Chapter VIII
Transport, Communication, Tourism and IT
8.1 Transport, Storage and Communications
Indicators
Tourist arrival
Earnings
Railway Station
Locomotives
Coaches
Freight Wagons
Length of Total
Roads
Bus
Micro bus
Truck
Motor car/taxi/jeep
Auto rickshaw
Tractor/trailor/others
Rickshaw
Pushcart
Unit
‘000’
no.
Million
Tk.
No.
No.
No.
No.
Km.
‘000’
no.
‘000’
no.
‘000’
no.
‘000’
no.
‘000’
no.
‘000’
no.
‘000’
no.
‘000’
no.
2013-14
148
9496
456
293
1509
12924
21365
2778
66076
87479
35862
155509
25430
813
36
2014-15
119
2015-16
-
2016-17
-
12273
12804
-
460
282
1507
12602
21365
458
282
1474
12602
21365
455 (P)
273 (p)
1381 (p)
11524 (p)
21322
29350
31873
35106
70052
74689
79545
93781
99482
107043
36070
36126
36152
171460
184635
192945
26704
28344
30469
814
815
815
35
35
36
Note: Tourism data yearly
Source: Bangladesh Railway, BRTC, Special Branch of Bangladesh Police, City
Corporation & Municipalities
39
8.2 Geo-coding and Distance of Districts from Dhaka by Road
Sl.
No.
Name of
District
Geocode
Distance
from
Dhaka (in
kilo meter)
Sl. No.
Dhaka
Narayangonj
Munshigonj
26
67
59
0
17
27
33.
34.
35.
Manikgonj
56
Gazipur
33
Norsingdi
68
Mymensing
61
h
8.
Kishoregonj
48
9.
Netrokona
72
10. Tangail
93
11. Jamalpur
39
12. Sherpur
89
13. Faridpur
29
14. Madaripur
54
15. Gopalgonj
35
16. Rajbari
82
17. Shariatpur
86
18. Chittagong
15
19. Cox's Bazar
22
20. Noakhali
75
21. Laxmipur
51
22. Feni
30
23. Comilla
19
24. Chandpur
13
25. Brahmanbari
12
a
26. Rangamati
84
27. Khagrachhar
46
i
28. Bandarban
03
29. Sylhet
91
30. Sunamgonj
90
Source: LGED and BBS.
63
37
51
122
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Name of
District
Geocode
Distance
from
Dhaka (in
kilometer)
81
64
70
256
247
302
36.
37.
38.
39.
Rajshahi
Naogaon
Chapai
Nawabgonj
Natore
Pabna
Sirajgonj
Bogra
69
76
88
10
210
216
134
197
117
158
92
179
188
101
90
127
118
101
242
391
158
137
149
96
115
109
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.
51.
52.
53.
54.
55.
56.
57.
Joypurhat
Rangpur
Gaibandha
Kurigram
Lalmonirhat
Dinajpur
Nilphamari
Panchagarh
Thakurgaon
Khulna
Bagerhat
Satkhira
Jessore
Magura
Narail
Kushtia
Jhenaidah
Chuadanga
38
85
32
49
52
27
73
77
94
47
01
87
41
55
65
50
44
18
249
304
268
348
343
338
359
443
407
180
178
240
164
150
304
183
178
215
293
259
58.
59.
Meherpur
Barisal
57
06
240
169
316
241
296
60.
61.
62.
Jhalakati
Pirojpur
Bhola
42
79
09
182
185
205
40
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8.3 Key findings in Computer Software Industry
Indicators
Year
2013-14
2014-15
Total employment size in computer software manufacturing
21514
23478
companies (number)*
Male
18801
20656
Female
2713
2822
Total employment cost (million tk)
16486.65
22506.16
Total sales value of packaged software produced in the country by
10162.25
11629.80
types of clients (million tk)
Sales to individuals and households
709.06
836.24
Sales for embedding in computer hardware
124.25
196.58
Sales to government and semi government organization
547.42
2036.42
Sales to other business organization in Bangladesh
4867.61
3940.19
Total sales value of customized software produced in the country
15594.61
23482.76
(million tk)
Sales to government and semi government organization
205.17
268.65
Sales to other business organization in Bangladesh
4188.64
6565.82
Sales to clients outsideBangladesh (export)
11200.80
16648.29
Total gross output of computer software (million tk)
26334.12
35630.96
Gross value added
20658.84
28210.08
a.
Compensation of employees
16486.65
22506.16
b.
Operating Surplus
4172.19
5703.91
Intermediate Consumption
5675.28
7420.88
Gross Fixed Capital Formation (GFCF) in Computer software
11379.94
16086.14
(million tk)
Export earnings (million tk)**
15115.05
21268.65
GFCF in Computer software as percent of total GFCF
0.30
0.37
Gross value added (GVA) associated with computer software as
0.15
0.19
percent of total GVA
* Employment size is only for computer software manufacturing companies (establishment
based only)
* Export includes only for packaged and customized software produced by computer software
manufacturing companies (establishment based only)
Source: Report on private sector gross fixed capital formation in software survey 2016, BBS
41
42
Chapter IX
Foreign Trade
9.1 Indicators of the Foreign Trade Sector
)
2013-14
2014-15
Total imports (CIF)
2822310
3670702
Per capita Import
16078
23247
(Tk.)
% of GDP
18.64
24.22
Total export (FOB)
2122602
2408850
Per capita exports
11154
15256
(Tk.)
% of GDP
12.93
15.89
Balance of trade
(-)2610050
(-)1261852
Source: National Accounting Wing, BBS
2015-16
3869349
24200
2016-17
4712495
29134
22.33
2634668
16478
-3003837
18571
15.20
(-)1234681
(-) 1708658
9.2 Foreign Trade
(Tk in crore)
Year
2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
Exports
148888
236802
471250
Imports
210066
313879
300384
Balance
(-)61178
(-)77077
(-) 170866
Source: Economic Trends, Bangladesh Bank, Completed by National Accounting
Wing, BBS
9.3 Export to Top Ten Countries
(million tk)
2014-2015
2015-16
2016-17
Countries where
% of
Value
% of
Value
% of
we exports
Value
total
total
total
1. U.S.A
448323
18.61
483322
18.34
505413
16.83
2. Germany
365328
15.17
388967
14.76
475848
15.84
3. UK
248930
10.33
296450
11.25
308430
10.27
4. France
135275
5.62
144033
5.47
164781
5.49
5. Netherlands
65101
2.70
65344
2.48
92899
3.09
6. Canada
79744
3.31
86490
3.28
601141
20.01
7. Italy
107279
4.45
107875
4.09
130299
4.34
8. Spain
136029
5.65
156040
5.92
176136
5.86
9. Belgium
75685
3.14
78414
2.98
80107
2.67
10. Turkey
55979
2.32
5058
0.19
52966
1.76
11.Other
691177
28.69
822725
31.23
415817
13.84
countries
Total exports
2408850
100
2634668
100
3003837
100
Source: National Accounting Wing, BBS
43
9.4 Import from Top Ten Countries
2014-15
2015-16
(Million Tk.)
2016-17
Value
% of
total
Value
20.87
855092
22.10
1023760
21.72
449193
12.24
463776
11.99
573555
12.17
3. Indonesia
460281
4.37
164703
4.26
192771
4.09
4. Singapore
358644
9.69
360964
9.33
458468
9.73
5. Japan
129108
3.52
138583
3.58
157461
3.34
6. Republic of
Korea
117644
3.20
109466
2.83
125594
2.67
7. Kuwait
90941
2.48
95451
2.47
88525
1.88
8.Hongkong
186398
5.08
216476
5.59
239802
5.09
9. Malaysia
120102
3.27
127629
3.30
157269
3.34
10. Germany
67328
1.83
72911
1.88
68801
1.46
11.Others
Countries
1227875
33.45
1264298
32.67
1626489
34.51
Total import
3670702
100
3869349
100
4712495
100
Country
Value
% of
total
1. China
166188
2. India
Source: National Accounting Wing, BBS
44
% of
total
9.5 Export of Principal Commodities
Commodities
2014-15
Value
(Million Tk.)
2016-17
2015-16
2196542
% of
total
89.95
2449245
% of
total
88.73
2.60
63100
2.58
78677
2.85
42952
1.94
57374
2.35
70382
2.55
38841
1.75
33708
1.38
40779
1.48
52110
30876
2.35
1.39
55752
20240
2.28
0.83
67977
19045
2.46
0.69
8622
3668
0.39
0.17
316
4035
0.01
0.17
13391
4536
0.49
0.16
4930
0.22
1
10551
0.01
0.43
441
15875
0.02
0.57
221706
100
2441619
2
Source: National Accounting Wing, BBS
100
2760348
100
Readymade
garments
Made up
textile articles
Vegetable
textile
fibre/yarn
Shrimps and
prawn
Foot wear
Hides, skins
and leather
Raw jute
Special
Woven
fabrics
Fertilizer
Hats and other
headgear
197734
9
57710
% of
total
89.19
Value
Total
Value
9.6 Share of Ready Made Garments (RMG) in National Export
Year
Total Export of
Bangladesh
(Million US$)
Export of RMG
(Million US$)
2010-11
22924.38
17914.46
2011-12
24287.66
19089.69
2012-13
27027.40
21515.80
2013-14
27027.36
24147.31
2014-15
30186.62
26897.38
2015-16
34257.00
40097.00
2016-17
34257
40097
Sources: BGMEA, Export Promotion Bureau, Bangladesh Bank
45
Share of
RMG (%)
78.15
78.60
79.61
89.34
89.10
85.43
85.43
9.7 Imports of Principal Goods
Principal
Commodities
2014-15
Value
% of
total
23194
1.01
64256
2.79
42961
1.87
78580
3.42
181968
7.91
24825
1.08
Milk and cream
Sugar
Rice
Wheat
Raw cotton
Petroleum oil
(crude)
Petroleum
359492
15.63
products
Fertilizer
108300
4.71
Plastics and
143590
6.24
articles
Edible oil
216574
9.42
Iron & steel
181560
7.89
Machinery
373597
16.24
equipment inclu.
Elec. Appliances
Textile yarn
111286
4.84
(cotton &
synthetic)
Textile fabrics
389651
16.94
(cotton &
synthetic)
Total
2299834
100
Source: National Accounting Wing, BBS
46
2015-16
Value
% of
total
18339
0.69
55899
2.11
11071
0.42
75941
2.87
178249
6.74
30763
1.16
(Million Tk.)
2016-17
Value
% of
total
24831
0.97
90737
3.55
10238
0.40
107186
4.19
1888
0.07
40356
1.58
321800
12.17
318497
12.46
91920
139553
3.48
5.27
66485
172140
2.60
6.73
147962
171968
926745
5.60
6.50
35.05
273069
202003
754457
10.68
7.90
29.50
117821
4.46
129332
5.06
356244
13.47
365924
14.31
2644075
100
2557143
100
9.8 Quantity of Import of Selected Items
Items
2013-14
Rice
190
Wheat
2177
Edible oil
2557
Milk powder
71
Fertilizer
1761
Petroleum: crude
255
Raw cotton
980
Pharmaceutical Prod
3
Sugar
1734
Cement
10323
Pig Iron
2
Old garments
14
Dyes
141
Chemical Products
238
Source: National Accounting Wing, BBS
47
2014-15
1460
3530
3695
94
3362
1044
1252
3
2088
12334
7
22
187
337
2015-16
357
4183
4335
98
3262
1286
1389
3
2065
13922
101
14
205
412
(In ‘000’ MT)
2016-17
298
6164
4621
120
2907
1687
1481
4
2468
17669
75
16
241
87
Fig.-9.1A Import Tonnage Handled at the Ports of Chittagong
and Mongla
(Thousand MT)
Chittagong
Mongla
50000
45000
40000
35000
30000
25000
20000
15000
10000
5000
20
05
20 06
06
20 07
07
20 08
08
20 09
09
20 10
10
20 11
11
20 12
12
20 13
13
2 14
20 01
4
15
-1 15
6(
DE
C)
0
Source: Chittagong and Mongla Port Authority
48
Fig.-9.1B Export Tonnage Handled at the Ports of Chittagong
and Mongla
(Thousand MT)
Chittagong
Mongla
6000
5000
4000
3000
2000
1000
20
20
05
-0
6
06
-0
20 7
07
-0
20 8
08
-0
20 9
09
-1
20 0
10
-1
20 1
11
-1
20 2
12
-1
20 3
13
-1
4
2
20 01
4
15
-1
-1
5
6
(d
ec
)
0
Source: Chittagong and Mongla Port Authority
49
9.9 Exports to SAARC Countries
Countries
Afghanistan
Bhutan
India
Maldives
Nepal
Pakistan
Sri Lanka
Total Share of export of SAARC
countries
National Export
Source: Export Promotion Bureau
2014-15
4.30
4.91
527.16
5.64
25.05
57.57
23.92
648.55
31208.94
50
(Million US$)
2015-16
2016-17
4.88
5.00
4.74
3.21
689.62
672.40
3.05
2.97
17.88
47.40
47.07
62.38
30.45
42.25
797.68
34257.18
835.61
34846.84
Chapter X
National Accounts, Finance and Banking
10.1 Indicators of National Accounts
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
Indicator
GDP at current market prices
(billion Tk.)
GDP at constant* market prices
(billion Tk.)
GNI at current market prices
(billion Tk.)
Per capita GDP at current
market prices (Tk.)
Per capita GNI at current
market prices (Tk.)
Per capita GDP at current
market prices ( in US$)
Per capita GNI at current
market prices ( in US$)
Growth rate at constant* prices
Sectoral shares of GDP at
constant* prices (%)
Agriculture
Industry
Services
Consumption at current prices
(billion Tk.)
Investment at current prices
(billion Tk.)
Domestic savings at current
prices (billion Tk.)
National savings at current
prices (billion Tk.)
Consumption as % of GDP
Investment as % of GDP
Domestic savings as % of GDP
National savings as % of GDP
Revenue receipt as % of GDP
Tax
Non-Tax
Total Government expenditure
as % of GDP
2013-14
P-denotes Provisional
51
2014-15
(Million Tk.)
2015-16 2016-17
13437
15158
17329
19758
7741
8249
8835
9479
14332
16142
18327
20607
86266
96004
108378
122152
92015
102236
114621
127401
1110
1236
1385
1544
1184
1316
1465
1610
6.06
6.55
7.11
7.28
16.50
29.55
53.95
16.00
30.42
53.58
15.35
31.54
53.12
14.74
32.42
52.85
10469
11799
13000
14754
3840
4379
5139
6028
2968
3359
4328
5005
3927
4399
5332
5857
77.91
28.58
22.09
29.23
11.66
9.69
1.97
77.84
28.89
22.16
29.02
10.78
9.28
1.50
75.02
29.65
24.98
30.77
10.24
8.97
1.27
74.67
30.51
25.33
29.64
12.41 (p)
10.76 (p)
1.65 (p)
16.09
15.81
15.27
17.41 (p)
Fig.-10.1 Sectoral Share to GDP
(MIllion Tk.)
60
54.22
53.58
53.95
53.12
52.85
50
40
29
30.42
29.55
31.54
32.42
30
20
16.78
16.5
16
15.35
14.74
10
0
2012-13
2013-14
Agriculture
2014-15
Industry
2015-16
Services
Source: National Accounting Wing, BBS
52
2016-17
Fig.-10.2 Per Capita GDP, GNI at current market
prices
(In US$)
Per capita GDP at current market prices ( in US$)
Per capita GNI at current market prices ( in US$)
1800
1610
1600
1465
1544
1385
1316
1400
1,184
1236
1,110
1200
1,054
976
1000
800
600
400
200
0
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
2015-16
Source: National Accounting Wing, BBS
53
2016-17
Fig.-10.3 GDP Growth rate at Constant prices
Growth rate at constant prices
8
7.11
7.28
6.55
7
6.01
6.06
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
54
2015-16
2016-17
10.2 Indicators of Finance and Banking
Activity
2011-12 2012-13 2013-14
Foreign
Exchange
10364.4 15315.2 21508.0
reserve
(Million US$)
Bank
Advances
3878049 4283131 4853997
(Crore Tk.)
Bank deposits
4900227 5728905 6625404
Net Foreign
689301 1032460 1474966
assets
Broad Money
5171095 6035056 7006235
supply
Remittances
1018828 1156462 1105824
Exchange rate
(Taka Per
81.88
77.75
77.72
US$)
Source: National Accounting Wing, BBS
2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
25025.2
30168
33493
5529482 6428957
7436502
7463002 8495810
9425341
1774013 2189041
2520270
787614 9163779 10160761
1189823 1168567
77.67
78.26
1010989
79.12
10.3 Consolidated Receipts and Expenditure
Principal Heads
Total Receipts
Revenue Receipts
Other internal Receipts
Foreign grants and loan receipts
Total Expenditure
Revenue Expenditure
Development Expenditure
Source: National Accounting Wing, BBS
2014-15
2770241
1829531
613460
327250
2324490
1686990
637500
55
2015-16
2716490
1774000
621750
320740
2469920
1605020
864900
(Million Tk).
2016-17
3246840
2185000
699030
362810
2939440
1898860
1040580
10.4 Revenue Receipts by Principal Heads
(Million Tk.)
Principal Heads
2014-15
Customs
146232
Excise
12506
VAT & Supp. Tax
763461
Income tax
560855
Private Bank Industries and
49321
Investment organizations
Stamps
30120
Land Revenue
7379
Registration
25702
Post, Telegraph and
2940
Telephone
Others
226048
Total Revenue
1829531
Source: Budget Book, Ministry of Finance
56
2015-16
171530
10330
789770
517960
62720
2016-17
206040
11990
981940
627540
78220
31210
8290
47190
2740
42690
11200
48580
3100
132260
1774000
173700
2185000
10.5 Deposit and Credit Disbursement
Financial Year
Demand Deposit
2003-04
146.13
2004-05
168.50
2005-06
197.40
2006-07
234.63
2007-08
265.18
2009-10
302.37
2009-10
416.22
2010-11
481.06
2011-12
510.60
2012-13
557.37
2013-14
643.44
2014-15
723.83
2015-16
897.59
2016-17
1018.85
Source: Economic Trend, Bangladesh Bank
Time Deposit
992.74
1160.42
1380.22
1613.36
1894.81
2300.73
2750.43
3374.19
4073.88
4799.02
5589.78
6267.99
7039.47
7759.98
(Billion Tk.)
Domestic Credit
1267.86
1488.37
1784.12
2041.61
2470.49
2868.55
3378.27
4308.93
5149.73
5717.37
6379.06
7015.26
8012.80
8906.70
Table 10.6. Shares of Public and Private Investment
Year
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
As % of total investment
2005-06 prices
Current prices
Private
Public
Private
Public
80.60
19.40
80.54
19.46
82.84
17.16
82.83
17.17
83.59
16.41
83.53
16.47
82.36
17.64
82.19
17.81
81.15
18.85
80.83
19.17
80.37
19.63
79.61
20.39
77.60
22.40
76.61
23.39
77.24
22.76
77.09
22.91
76.44
23.56
76.39
23.61
77.39
22.61
77.52
22.48
75.92
24.08
75.70
24.30
57
Table 10.7. Investment-GDP Ratio
Year
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
Investment as % of GDP
2005-06 prices
Current prices
Total
Private Public
Total
Private
Public
26.17
21.09
5.08
26.18
21.08
5.09
27.10
22.45
4.65
26.20
21.70
4.50
27.71
23.16
4.55
26.21
21.89
4.32
28.49
23.47
5.03
26.25
21.57
4.67
29.32
23.80
5.53
27.42
22.16
5.26
30.44
24.46
5.98
28.26
22.50
5.76
30.25
23.47
6.78
28.39
21.75
6.64
31.33
24.20
7.13
28.58
22.03
6.55
31.50
24.08
7.42
28.89
22.07
6.82
32.03
24.79
7.24
29.65
22.99
6.66
32.88
24.96
7.92
30.51
23.10
7.41
58
Chapter XI
Price and Wages
11.1
Consumer Price Index (CPI), National. (Base: 2005-06)
Year
2013-14
195.08
General
209.79
Food
176.23
Non-food
7.35
Inflation
General
(%)
8.56
Food
5.55
Non-food
Source: National Accounting Wing, BBS
2014-15
207.58
223.80
186.79
6.41
6.68
5.99
Index
59
2015-16
219.86
234.77
200.66
5.92
4.90
7.43
2016-17
231.82
248.90
209.92
5.44
6.01
4.61
Fig.-11.1 Wage Rate Indices (WRI) of Bangladesh (Base 201011=100) Source: National Accounting Wing, BBS
14 0
13 5
13 0
12 5
12 0
115
110
10 5
10 0
60
Fig.-11.2 House Rent Indices for Private
Residential House for Different Centers in
Bangladesh
(Base: 197374=100)
20000
18000
16000
14000
12000
10000
8000
6000
4000
2000
0
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
2015-16
Dhaka
2403
2653.19
2830.23
3002.65
3770.99
4398.8
4843.69
5320.59
5838.59
Chittagong
1558
1643.54
1687.09
1801.28
2225.97
2600.44
2738.81
2895.76
3081.92
Khulna
986
1039.79
1072.17
1156.84
1336.58
1508.84
1620.07
1748.94
1896.34
Rajshahi
2035
2143.25
2195.5
2360.2
2932.93
3312.33
3549.21
3813.85
4125.87
Bangladesh
1746
1869.95
1946.26
2080.25
2566.62
2955.02
3185.44
3444.78
3735.68
Source: National Accounting Wing, BBS
61
Fig.-11.1 Wage Rate Indices (WRI) of Bangladesh
(Base 2010-11=100)
Source: National Accounting Wing, BBS
62
Fig.-11.2 House Rent Indices for Private
Residential House for Different Centers in
Bangladesh
(Base: 1973-74=100)
Source: National Accounting Wing, BBS
63
64
Chapter XIV
Poverty and Inequality
14.1National poverty level of Bangladesh
Duration
Poverty rate for 2016
Extreme poverty rate for 2016
International Extreme poverty rate for 2016
Percentage
24.3
12.9
13.8
Figure 14.1 National poverty level of Bangladesh
Source: HIES, 2016
65
Fig.-14.2 Poverty Gap Index
Source: HIES 2016, BBS
66
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