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Financing Long Term Investments in Bangladesh: Capital Market Development Issues


  • Mustafa. K. Mujeri
  • Md. Habibour Rahman


There has been an increase in the demand for infrastructure services and opening up of the infrastructure sector for private investment. As a result, a large number of financial intermediaries and private sector participants would the financial market to raise long term funds in Bangladesh. It is important, therefore, to set up the required debt market infrastructure that can create a vibrant secondary debt market in Bangladesh. This paper analyzes recent developments in the country's capital market and suggests measures to ensure a liquid capital market in Bangladesh to support the country's rapid development needs. [PAU 0905].

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  • Mustafa. K. Mujeri & Md. Habibour Rahman, 2009. "Financing Long Term Investments in Bangladesh: Capital Market Development Issues," Working Papers id:2060, eSocialSciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:2060 Note: Institutional Papers

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