Bangladesh’s economy has grown roughly 6% per year since 1996 despite prolonged periods of political instability, poor infrastructure, endemic corruption, insufficient power supplies, and slow implementation of economic reforms. Pakistan and Bangladesh are both Muslim majority nations, which had once been together and hewed out of pre-independence India, creating a uniform frame of reference. But among them Bangladesh is relatively more liberal, multicultural, hounds minorities less, allows women a greater role in public life and cracks down on religious zealotry more effectively. Bangladesh topping Pakistan’s GDP within few years. The recent growth rate is higher than Pakistan’s GDP growth rate. Here we will discuss about Bangladesh and Pakistan’s GDP.
Objective of this report: 1. To acquire some overall fact and figures of GDP of Bangladesh and Pakistan. 2. Comparison between both countries’ movement in economy. 3. Understanding the macroeconomics through the discussion and analysis of those facts and figures.