Bangladesh Nature & Economy

About 85 percent of Bangladesh's population live in rural areas because of historical reasons and the enormous population pressure, it is currently the world's less developed countries. The national economy mainly depends on agriculture. The main agricultural products include tea, rice, wheat, sugarcane, jute, limited mineral resources; natural resources mainly include natural gas. Natural gas reserves released is 311.39 billion cubic meters, coal reserves of 750 million
tons. Forest covers about 2,000,000 hectares and the forest coverage reaches13.4%. The industry mainly includes the production of hemp, leather, garments, cotton textile and chemical, heavy industry is weak, less developed manufacturing sector, practitioners of the country's total workforce account for about 8%. The Bangladesh's climate is very suitable for the growth of jute.
Far in the beginning of the 16th century, the local farmers grew a great amount of jute in high yield, excellent quality which has long flexible luster especially those impregnated by the clear river Brahmaputra, high output, excellent texture, color appearance and soft, and there is "golden fiber" of said. The production of jute is Bangladesh's economic lifeline, exports rank first, with an average about 1 / 3 of the annual world production.

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