ISSN: IJSB: 2520-4750 (Online), 2521-3040 (Print) JSR : 2708-7085 (online)

Trend of FDI and Economic Growth: A Study on Bangladesh


Md. Edrich Molla


This study is expected to mainly show the trend of foreign direct investment and economic growth influencing overall economic development of Bangladesh. FDI employed in EPZ and Non-EPZ areas by foreign investors while analyzing and interpreting relevant data in some of designated areas linked to contributing to the sustainable economic development of the country. Taking the utmost significance of this FDI and economic growth throughout worldwide economic performance into consideration it is believed to be a useful study which is expected to explore present situation in Bangladesh. This study focuses on foreign investors’ preferred areas which contribute to a large scale of economic growth of Bangladesh. The factors considering measures taken by the government have helped boost the amount of foreign investment in the recent years. Last but not the least, this paper shows how FDI helps to build a strong economic basement of Bangladesh.

 Key words: FDI, Investors, Economic Growth, Bangladesh.

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Title: Trend of FDI and Economic Growth: A Study on Bangladesh

Md. Edrich Molla

Journal Name: International Journal of Science and Business
ISSN: ISSN 2520-4750 (Online), ISSN 2521-3040 (Print)
Media: Online
Volume: 2
Issue: 4
Acceptance Date: 23/09/2018
Date of Publication: 25/09/2018
Free download: Available
Page: 588-597
First Page: 588
Last Page: 597
Current Status: Published

Cite This Article:

Molla, M. E. (2018), Trend of FDI and Economic Growth: A Study on Bangladesh. International Journal of Science and Business, 2(4), 588-597. doi:

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Md. Edrich Molla (Corresponding Author), Coordinator and Lecturer of Finance, Department of           Business Administration, Victoria University of Bangladesh, Panthapath, Dhaka – 1205,          Bangladesh


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