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5 Tips For Living in Dhaka, Bangladesh
By Joshua Wood, LPC
Expats in Dhaka, Bangladesh live in a developing nation, yet a city that is also home to a significant part of the nation's technology, industrial and financial base. Some of the sites are beautiful, yet the poverty is also difficult for some to see over an extended period of time.
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Very Good article. Obviously I need to do more research if I intend to move here . I've lived in some very difficult countries, but Dakar sounds like a real inconvenience.
I too am living in Dhaka. It is a fast city well with most of the places over crowded and moving I definitely feel its pace to be very fast. The economy of the country depends on agriculture and the industrial sector with very few big industries located in Bangladesh the economical conditions has improved over the past few years. I am a working woman in Bangladesh and commuting had never been easy. Tata Motors Company cars are very popular here and it became easy for me to buy car in Dhaka with its easy down payment and EMI systems.
Thank you. You have summarised very nicely on how to live in Dhaka. Travelling is a very serious issue on the roads of Dhaka, so a Tata car is perfect for the roads of Bangladesh. It is very important to choose the right car that is even fuel economical. Tata Indigo eCS is the best fuel efficient car with a lot of space in the backseat.