On December 15, Bangladesh’s foreign reserves today touched a new record of over US$42 billion amid the coronavirus crisis.
A senior official of the Bangladesh Bank said the inflow of remittance added to raise the foreign exchange reserve to over 42 billion.
Earlier, the previous highest reserves amounting to US$41.02 billion were recorded on October 29 this year.
The official said remittance is the key driver to raise the reserve to the highest point.
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