The investment-friendly environment would encourage investment in the country and ultimately would contribute to the economic development. Though the total ratio of investment was not increased significantly, according to ex Bangladesh Bank governor Dr Mohammed Farashuddin.
The country’s economy grew by 6.5% at 5% rate since 1991 for the last six years due to democracy. Political instability in recent years harmed investment in private sector and public investment had comparatively increased. Extensive monitoring policy should be taken and appropriate exchange rate set in a bid to facilitate investment. On the other hand, power and human resource development could speed up the growth.