WASHINGTON: The International Monetary Fund (IMF) expects Bangladesh to keep reducing energy subsidies to free resources that the nation needs as it faces a financing gap of US$9bil (RM38.2bil) over four years, according to a report from the lender.
“Not all subsidies are helping the poor and vulnerable,” Rahul Anand, IMF’s mission chief to Bangladesh said.
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