The country’s remittance inflow dropped by 19.74% in a year to $1.72 billion in September.
It is also the lowest in the last 16 months, since May last year.
In May 2020, the remittance inflow was $1.50 billion.
Meanwhile, in September last year, the expatriates sent $2.15 billion to Bangladesh.
The findings came in the recent remittance data released by the Bangladesh Bank on Sunday.
According to BB data, the remittance inflow in September this year is 5% lower from August.
During the first three months of the 2021-22 fiscal year, the country’s remittance inflow was $5.40 billion, down from $6.71 billion for the same period of the previous financial year.Share this post:
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