|Developing the non-farm Sector in Bangladesh: Lessons from other Asian Countries (WB, 1996, 116 p.)|
Lessons from Other Asian Countries
Shahid Yusuf Praveen Kumar
The World Bank Washington, D. C
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Shahid Yusuf is lead economist in the World Bank's Eastern Africa Department. Praveen Kumar is a consultant to the department and a professor at the University of Maryland.
Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Yusuf, Shahid, 1949-Developing the nonfarm sector in Bangladesh: lessons from other Asian countries / Shahid Yusuf, Praveen Kumar.
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1. Rural industries-Bangladesh. 2. Economic forecasting-Bangladesh. 3. Bangladesh-Economic conditions. 4. East Asia-Economic conditions. I. Kumar, Praveen, 1960- . II. Title.
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