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The nation of Bangladesh celebrates its 50th birthday this year and has proven to be one of the world’s fastest-growing economies over the last decade, tripling its GDP. It now has a higher per capita GDP than India, with one of the world’s youngest populations.

Much of its economic success was spearheaded by the country’s garment sector, which has taken market share from the Chinese. But deepening commercial ties between the two nations are also creating new opportunities for companies.

Read here for more from Kevin Green – the head of wholesale banking for HSBC in Bangladesh – on how Chinese investment is flowing into much-needed infrastructure projects; and why Bangladesh’s new consumer class is a growing target for Chinese brands.

Steven Irvine
Editor, Week in China

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