Bangladesh Rapid eTrade Readiness Assessment

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The eTrade Readiness Assessment of Bangladesh focuses on examining seven key policy areas that are most relevant for e-commerce. Within each area, critical readiness gaps are identified and relevant recommendations are proposed to overcome barriers and bottlenecks to the growth of digital trade. Bangladesh has made significant strides in the ICT area, and its efforts to develop the digital economy with strong public and private sector collaboration is a case-study in policy development. Indeed, with its young, dynamic and IT savvy population, Bangladesh is fertile ground for e-commerce to take root and benefit companies and end-consumers alike.




This Rapid eTrade Readiness Assessment for Bangladesh was prepared by Felix Christian Haas, UNCTAD Consultant, and Rahul Bhatnagar, Programme Management Officer, with the support of Mostafizur Rahaman Sohel, National Consultant and Convener of the BASIS E-Commerce Alliance, Bangladesh, in close collaboration with a team comprising Cécile Barayre, Marian Pletosu and Dominic Leong under the overall guidance of Torbjörn Fredriksson.


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