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Report No. 5409

Bangladesh: Economicand SocialDevelopment Prospects (In Four Volumes) April 12, 1985

Volume IV: Statistical Appendix

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EQUIVALENTS

The external value of the Bangladesh Taka tTk) is fixed in relation to a basket of reference currencies, with the US Dollar serving as intervention currency. The official exchange rate on February 28, 1985 was Tk 26.47 buying and Tk 26.53 selling per US Dollar. Unless noted otherwise, the rates shown below have been used throughout this report: US$ l Tk 1 Tk 1 million

= = =

Tk 26.50 US$ 0.0)38 US$ 37,736

The average annual ex:hange rate for recent fiscal years is shown in Statistical Appendix Table 6.1.

WEIGETS AND MEASURES 1 1 1 1 I

acre maund seer cubic uacf

(ac) (md) (sr) foot per second (cusec)

= = = = =

0.405 hectare (ha) 82.27 pounds (ibs) 2.056 pounds (lbs) 0.0283 cubic meter 1 million standard

= 37.3261 kg = 0.933 kg per second cubic feet

ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURE

Old Union Thana (Police Station) Subdivision District (Zilla) Division

New 6-12 villages 6-15 unions 5-12 thanas 1-6 Subdivisions/12-30 5-7 Districts

FISCAL YEAR (FY) July 1 - June

30

Union Upazila Upazilas

Zila (District)

FOR OMCIAL USE ONLY

BANGLADESH ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL DEvELOPMEN

PROSPECTS

VOLUMEIV STATISTICAL

Table No.

1 2 3

Section/Title

Page No.

STANDARD TABLES . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . .

Rational Accounts Summary (Taka million National Accounts Summary (US$ million Balance of Payments, (US$ million)

in current in constant

HUKANRESOURCES 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6

APPENDIX

.

.

.

.

.

.

.*

*

. .

.

.

.

.

prices) prices)

.

.

2.2 2.3 2.4

Population, Density and Growth by District, 1961 - 1981 Population Projections, 1980 - 2015 Delivery and Use of Family Planning Services, 1969/70 - 1983184 Distribution of P-ulation by Econoxic Activities, 1961 - 1979 Adult Literacy Rates, 1974 Number of Persons Going Abroad for Employment, 1976 - 1984

Gross Domestic Product by Industrial Prices, 1972/73 - 1983184 Gross Domestic Product by Industrial Prices, 1972/73 - 1983184 Implicit GDP and Sectoral Deflators, Gross Domestic Product by Expenditure, 1972/73

2.5 2.6 2.7

4-11

.

NATIONALACCOUNTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.1

1-3

Availability External Estimates Estimates 1974/75

-

Origin,

in Current

Origin,

in Constant

12-18

i972/73 - 1983/84 in Current Prices,

1983/84

and Utilization of Domestic, National and Resources, 1972/73 - 1983.:%4 of Private Fixed Investment, 1974/75 - 1983/84 of Investment, Consumption and Savings, - 1983184

Ths documenthasa restrited distrbutionand maybe usd byrecipientsonly in the perfonnce of their ofxiia duties. Its cntents maynot otherwisebe disckoed without World Bank autborzation.

Table No.

Pase

Section/Title

BALANCE OF PAYER=TS, TRADE AND FOREIGN ASSISTANCE .

3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7

3.8 3.9 3.10 3.11 3.12 3.13

3.14 3.15 3.16 3.17

4.2

.

19-35

1973/74 - 1983/84 Export Prices of Jute Manufactures, - 1983/84 1967/68 Destinaticon, by Raw Jute Exports 1971/72 - 1983184 Jute Goods Exports by Destination, Imports, 1963/64 - 1983/84 Fertilizer 1971/72 - 1983/84 Summary of External Economic Assistance, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . .

36-37

External Public Debt Outstanding Including Undisbursed (June 30, 1983) Service Payments, Commitments, Disbursements and Outstanding Amounts of External Public Debt (June 30, 1983) .

.

.....

..

.

.

.

.

..

.

.

.

.

.

Summary of Central Government Finance, 1972/73 - 1984/85 Central Government Current Revenue, 1972/73 - 1984185 1972/73 - 1984/85 Central Government Current Expenditures, Program, Development of Anuual Distribution Sectoral 1972/73

- 1984J85

5.6 5.7

of Government Expenditures, Economic Classification 1974/75 - 1983/84 1974175 - 1983/84 Summary of Public Finances, Sector Financial Performance of Major Public Industrial

5.8 5.9 5.10 5.11

Customs Duty and Sales Tax Collections, 1983/84 Food Budget Details, 1984/85 Food Budget Details, Budget Overviev, 1984/85 Consolidated

5.5

.

of Payments

FINANCE . PUBLIC

5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4

.

.

(Summary), 1972173 - 1983/84 1972/73 - 1983/84 Account Details), (Current of Payments Balance 1972/73 - 1983/84 Details), Account (Capital Balance of Payments 1984/85 1972/73 Value of Herchandise Exports, Value of Merchandise Imports, 1972173 - 1984/85 Details of Merchandise Exports, 1972173 - 1984/85 Details of Merchandise Imports, 1972/73 - 1984185 Import and Export Price Indices, i973/74 - 1984185 Import Financing, 1972/73- 1983/84 Export Shipments of Ra Jute, 1972/73 - 1983/84 Export Prices for Raw Jute (BiD), Minizm/Lowest Mothly 1972/73- 1983/84 Exports of Jute Manufactures, 1969/70 - 1983/84

Balauce

ETER1AL DEBT

4.1

.

No.

Corporations,

1974/75

- 1984/85

1980/81- 1985/86

...

38-48

-iiiTable No.

Section/Title

NONYANDBANKING 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4' 6.5 6.6 6.7 6.8

Pge lo.

. . . . .....

.

.

. . .

. .

. .

..

.

49-56

Average Exchange Rates, 1971/72 - 1984185 International Liquidity and fIP Position, 1972/73 - 1983/84 Monetary Survey, 1979-1984 Interest Rate Structure, 1971 - 1985 Bank Branches in Operation, 1975/76 - 1983184 Agricultural Loans Issued by Major Credit Institutions, 1977/78 - 1983/84 Loans Sanctioned by Bangladesh Shilpa Bank and Bangladesh Shilpa llin Sangitba, 1975/76 - 1983/84 Bangladesh Shilpa B5ank: Resource Position, 1977 - 1984 AGRICULTURE,RURAL DEVELOPMENTANDFOODGRAINSUPPLY

...

.

.

7.10 7.11 7.12 7.13 7.14

Land Clessification and Utilization, 1982/83 Agricultural Land loldings, 1977: Number, Size and Fragmentation Farm Holdings and Tenancy by Size, 1977 Agricultural Machinery and Implements on Bangladesh Farms, 1977 Area under Main Crops, 1969/70 - 1983/84 Production of Main Crops, 1969/70 - 1983/84 Average Yields Per Acre of Main Crops, 1969/70 - 1983/84 Foodgrain Acreage, Average Yields and Production, 1960/61- 1983/84 Productien of Foodgrains (Rice and Wheat) by District, 1969170 - 1983/84 Production of Aus Rice by District, 1968/69 - 1984/85 Production of Aan Rice by District, 1968/69 - 1983/84 Production of Boro Rice by District, 1967/68 - 1983/84 Production of Wheat by District, 1967/68 - 1983/84 Sugarcane Acreage, Production, Yields and Disposition,

7.15 7.16 7.17 7.18 7.19 7.20 7.21 7.22 7.23 7.24 7.25

Jute Production by District, 1968/69 - 1984/85 Jute Acreage, Average Yields and Production, 1967/68 - 1984/85 Supply and Disposition of Raw Jute and Mesta, 1972/73 - 1984/85 Jute and Rice Prices and Jute Acreage, 1947/48 - 1984/85 Tea Production and Exports, 1972/73 - 1983/84 Acreage Irrigated for Different Crops, 1970/71 - 1983/84 Acreage Irrigated by Different Methods, 1969/70 - 1983/84 Acreage Irrigated under BWDBSchemes, 1965/66 - 1984/85 Fielding of Low-LiftPumps by BADC, 1960/61 - 1984/85 BADCShallow Tubewells Program, 1971/72 - 1984/85 BADCDeep Tubevells Program, 1967/68 - 1984/85

7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 7.6 7.7 7.8 7.9

1960/61

- 1983/84

57-88

Table No.

Section/Title

7.26 7.27 7.28

Eand-Tubevells Distributed .by IRDP TCCAs, 1975176 - 1983/84 of Shallow Tubevelis by B1B, 1974/75 - 1983184 Fielding Distribution of Co. -ercial Fertilizers by Weight, 1970/71 - 1983/84 by Type, Distribution of Commercial Fertilizers 1962/63 - 1983/84 Coverage and Operations of Cooperatives under the BRDB, 1974/75 - 1984/85 Estimated Livestock Population, 1977 Estimates of Fish Production and 1985 Potential/Targets

7.29 7.30 7.31 7.32

Pate

INDUSTRYANDENERGY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 8.5 8.6 8.7 8.8 8.9 8.10 8.11 8.12 8.13 8.14 8.15 8.16 8.17 8.18 8.19

Indices of Industrial. Production, 1973/74 - 1983/84 Goods, 1969/70 - 1983/84 Production of Selected Industrial Jute Manufacturing: Weaving Capacity and Production of BJMC Mills, 1959160 - 1983/84 Capacity and Production, 1965/66 - 1984/85 Cotton Manufacturing: 1969/70 - 1983/84 Sugar Mills: Capacity and Production, Production of Major Pulp, Paper and Newsprint Mills, 1953/54 - 1984/85 Small-Scale Industries: Distribution, Size and Financial 1978/79 Performance, Actual and Projected Production, Gas Fields: Characteristics, 1979/ 80 - 1986/ 87 Natural Gas Production by Fields, 1960 - 1984 Natural Gas Consumption by Sector, 1980/81 - 1985/86 1968 - 1984 Natural Gas Tariffs, Demand for Petroleum Products, 1975/76 - 1984/85 Chittagong Petroleum Refinery Operations, 1973/74 - 1984/85 Demand for Major Petroleum Products by Sector, 1983/84 1979 - 1983 Petroleum Products Prices, Petroleum Products Prices and Import Parity, 1983 Generation and Consumption, 1969/70 - 1983/84 Electricity Electricity Consumption by Sector, 1975/76 - 1983/84 Bangladesh Power Development Board: System Capacity and Utilization,

8.20 8.21 8.22 8.23 8.24

Bangladesh Structure, Consumption Commercial Commercial Commercial

1981 - 1990

Power Development Board: Electricity Tariff 1983 of Traditional Energy Sources, 1973/74 Energy Coumodity Balances, 1983/84 Energy Balance, 1983/84 Energy Financial Flows, 1983/84

No.

89-112

Table No.

Section/Title

PRICES

9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 9.5 9.6 9.7 ,.8 9.9 9.10 9.11 9.12 9.13 9.14 9.15 9.16 9.17 9.18 9.19 9.20 9.21

AND WAGES .

Pate No.

.

. .

.

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . 113-133

Consumer Price Index for Middle Income Families in Dhaka, 1964/65 - 1983184 Consumer Price Index for Government Employees in Dbaka, 1970171- 1983184 ConsumerPrice Indicesfor IndustrialWorkers at Chittagong, Khulna and Narayanganj,1972173- 1983/84 WholesalePrice Indicesof Agriculturaland IndustrialProducts, 1973/74 - 1933/84 Annual Average RetailPrices of SelectedConsumerGoods in Bangladesh,1968(69- 1983/84 Annual Average Wholesale Prices of Selected Consumer Goods in Major Urban Centers, 1969176- 1983/84 WeightedAverageWholesalePrices of All Varietiesof CoarseRice,1972/73- 1983/84 WeightedAverageWholesalePrices of Wheat, 1973/74 - 1983/84 Index of BuildingConstructionCosts, 1970/71- 1983184 Daily Wages of Agricultural Labor (without Food) by District, 1970(71- 1983/84 Growers'Prices for Raw Jute, 1972/73- 1984/85 Average Wage Rate Indicesby Sectors (Summary), 1963/64- 1983/84 Cost of NormativeMinimumDietary Pattern as Recommended by the FAO, 1963/64- 1980/81 ConsumerPrice Index of Rural Population: SelectedDistricts AverageDaily NominalWage Rates of UnskilledAgriculturalLabor (WithoutFood) by District,1973/74- 1983/84 AverageDaily Real Wage Rates of UnskilledAgriculturalLabor (WithoutFood) by District,1969170- 1983184 PercentageChange in Real Wage Rates of Unskilled AgriculturalLabor (WithoutFood) by District, 1969/70- 1983/84 AverageDaily Wage Rates of Workers in RuralAreas, 1963/64- 1983/84 AverageDaily Wage Rates of UnskilledIndustrialand ConstructionWorkers, 1969/70- 1983/84 Real Wage Rates of UnskilledWorkers in Selected IndustriesRelativeto AgriculturalWorkers, 1969/70- 1983/84 Ratio of AverageWage Rates of SkilledWorkers to Unskilled.Workers in SelectedIndustries, 1963164 - 1983/84

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Table 50.

Section/Title

Page No.

FOODGRAIN OPERATIONS .

10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4 10.5 10.6 10.7 10.8 10.9 10.10

FoodgrainRequirementsand Supplies,1972/73 - 1984/85 Availability,Dispositionand Stocksin the Public Foodgrain Dis,ributionSystem,1973/74- 1983/84 Storage Capacity of the Ministry of Food, 1983 Location, Capacity and Capabilities of Foodgrain Silos, 1984 Location and Capacityof Central StorageDepots (CSDs),1983 Locationand Capacityof Local SupplyDepots tLSDs),1983 Estimated Government Foodgrain Stocks (End of Mouth), 1972/73 - 1984/0i FoodgrainProcurementPrices, 1969 - 1985 Procurementof Yoodgrainsby District (Sunmary), 1974/75 - 198&.'84 Procurement of Foodgrains by Crop and Type (SuDmary). 1974/75

10.11 10.12 10.13 10.14 10.15 10.16 10.17 10.18 10.19

. . . . 134-154

- 1983/84

Procurement of Rice and Paddy by District (Summary), 1974/75 - 1983/84 Procurementof Aus Rice and Paddy by District, 1975/76 - 1983/84 Procurementof Aman Rice and Paddy by District,1975/76- 1983/84 Procurement of Boro/IRRI Rice and Paddy by District, 1975/76- 1983/84 Procurementof Wheat by District,1975/76- 1983/84 Wheat Production and Procurement, 1975/76 - 1983/84 Ration Issue and Sales Prices for Foodgrains, 1965 - 1984 Weekly Cereal Quota per Adult Cardholder under StatutoryRationing, 1973 - 1985 FoodgrainOfftake from the Public FoodgrainDistributionSystem by Major Categories, 1964/65 - 1983/84

10.20 10.21

Total Monthly Offtake of Foodgrains from the Public Foodgrain Distribution System, 1972/72 - 1984/85 Location and Capacity of Ric- Husking Mills and Modern Rice Mills, 1982 SERVICES AND INFRASTRUCTURE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155-157

11.1

Selected 1969/70

11.2 11.3

Indicators

of Railway Capacity

and Performance,

- 1983/84

SelectedIndicatoreof Road and InlandWater TransportCapacity, 1969/70 - 1981/82 Indicatorsof Rural Infrastructure Development,1980/81

-1-

Table 1: BAtGLADESH - NATIDJAL ACCSUNTS NIJ;MARY (Billons of Taka at Current Prices)

FY81

FY82

FY083

Estimated FY84

1. 5ross DomesticProduct

196.0

219.3

2. ResourceGap(fl-%) 3. Iports (6+lIFSJ 4. Exports (GlFS

29.1 44.4 15.3

33.5 55.3 16.8

5. TotSl Expenditures

5.1

251.8

290.1

3T29.4

191.6 15.5 176.1

,27.3 19.5 208.0

248.7 19.2 229.5

283 23.7 259.5

6. Consumption 7. General GovernOent 8. Private

252.9

293.3

37.2 53.6 21.4

36.1 4t.0 27.9

9. Investment

33.5s

3o.5

41.4

46.2

10. DomesticSaving 11. Net Factor Income 12. Current Transfers 13. National Saving

4.4 -0.4 6.2

-8.0 -2.0 8.5

4.2

-4.0

10.2

-1.5

15.1

10.1 -2.8 13.8 21.1

16.3

20.0

23.3

25.0

20.7

23.1

26.6

26.2

AverageExchangeRates: 14.Takaper US$ 15.Takaper SDR fatDecember30J

14.9 .

-2-

Table2: BANGLADESH - NATIONAL ACCOUN(TS SUMMAiRY (flillions of US,at ConstantFY81Prices)

1. BrassDomesticProduct 2. Termsof TradeEffect 3.Gross Domestic Income

FY81

FY82

FY93

FY94

11993 0 1199

11902 -153 11149

13088

14326 420 14746

-33 13055

4.Resource Gap S. Imports (StNFS) 6. Capacity to Import 7.EExpets (5'NFS) I

1785 2710 933 933

2542 3435 893 1046

2563 3793 1420 1453

2172 4588 2417 1996

8. Total Expenditures

13778

14291

15619?

16918

11714 921 10793

11961 974 10989

11i9" 91 10982

12359 1036 11323

12. investment 13. Fixed Investinent 14. Changes inStock

2063 n.a. n.a.

2330 n.a. n.a.

3720 nl.a. n.L.

4559 n1.a. n.a.

15.DomesticSaying 16. Net FactorIncome 17. Currentrransfers 18.NationalSavino

279 -23 379 635

-212 -123 531 201

1157 -259 964 1861

2389 -185 8OB 3090

TakaDeflators (1981=100) 19.gross Domestic Product 20.Imports 18+NFS) 21. Exports, (G+NFS) 22.Total Expenditurrs 23. Government Consumption 24.Private Consumption 25.FixedInvestment 26.Changes inStock

100 100 100 100 100 100 100 n.a.

!13 98 84 1.10 116 116 107 n.a.

118 9085 88 114 129 128 109 n.a.

103 119 140 140 112 n.a.

6

5

4

4

9. Consumption 10. GeneralGovernment 11. Private

27.Exchange RateIndex (UScentsper Taka)

125

-3-

Table3: BANGLADESH - BALANCE OFPAYMENTS (Millions of US0at CurrentPrices) FY01

FY82

FY$3

Estimated FY84

%6.lNFS) 1. EIPORTS 2. Merchandise 3. Nan-Factor Services

933 711 222

840 626 214

899 686 213

1116 822 294

4. 1 PORTS (6+NS) 5. Merchandise 6. Non-Factor Services

2718

2759

2465

2565

2533

2572

2309

2353

165

187

156

-1785

-1919

-1566

7. RiSOURCE BALANCE

-169 17 -IB6 (46)

-115 48 -163 (61)

379

424

628

552

379

424

628

552

0

0

0

0

-22 52 -74 (42)

12.N2tCurrentTransfers Transfer Receipts

14. TransferPayments 15.CURRENT ACCOUNT BALANCE

-1449

-97 34 -131 (46)

B. N2t FactorIncome 9. FactorReceipts 10. Factor Payments 11. (< Interest Paid)

17.

212

-1428

-1592

-1107

-1012

ItaLT CAPITAL INFLOW 16.Drect Investment 17.0 ficial GrantAid 18. Nrt MILTLoans(DRS) 19. Disbursements 20. Repayments 21.OtherH<(net)

0 584 512 562 50 I

0 697 508 547 39 -8

0 720 476 5$0 74 75

0 708 489 560 71 -5

22.Nit Credit fromIRF 23. Disbursements 24. Repayments

155 208 53

31 50 19

49 106 57

70 51

25.Nft Short-Term Capital 26.Cipital FlowsNEI

28 129

65 165

-36 -6

-2 -31

21.Errors and Omissions

-5

b

64

28.Ctangein 6rossReserves (- indicates increase)

24

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-160

235 ---

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Table 1.1 POPULATION. DENSITYANDGROWTHBY DISTRICT-.1961 - 198]

PopUlat ion 1961 Total ("000)

1974 Total

Dixajpur Rangpur Bogra Rajahabi Pabna

11.850 1,710 3,796 1,574 2,811 1,959

17.332 2,571 5,447 2,231 4,268 2,815

21.081 3,198 6,490 2,718 5,263 3,418

10.789 1,647 3,325 1,384 2,677 1,756

10.298 1,551 3,165 1,334 2,586 1,662

Khulna Kushtia Jessore Khulna Barisal Patuakhali

10.067 1,166 2,190 2,449 3,068 1,194

14.125 1,884 3,327 3,557 3,928 1,499

17.150 2,273 4,016 4,353 4,668 1,840

8.831 1,167 2,069 2,264 2,398 933

8319 1,106 1,947 2,089 2,270 907

Dhaka Ja-alpur Hymeusingh Tangail Dhak& Faridpur

15.294 1,449 4,083 1,487 5,096 3,179

21.316 2,059 5,508 2,078 7,612 4,060

26.249 2,445 6,543 2,444 10,049 4,768

13.632 1,241 3,355 1,243 5,376 2,417

CJit t9onn Sylhet Comilla Noakhali Chittagong ChittagongHill Tracta

13.630 3,490 4,389 2,383 2,983 185

18.636 4,759 5,819 3,234 4,315 508

22.565 5,650 6,880 3,813 5,476 746

TOTAL

50.840

71.479

72.02

Division/ District

Rai"hzi

1981 Total Hale Female AD000) (.Q0Q) ( ooo) ( 000)

EouDeholds. 1981 Number Average ( 000) size

Population Density per square mile, 1981

3.716 580 1,196 489 894 557

5.7 5.5 5.4 5.6 5.9 6.1

1.619 1,226 1,754 1,811 1,441 1,794

2.8 3.2 2.5 2.9 3.0 2.8

&.884 359 633 741 830 321.

6.0 6.3 6.3 5.9 5.6 5.7

1 1,694 1,554 936 1,672 1,099

2.7 2.7 2.7 2.9 2.5 3.0

12.616 1,204 3,188 1,200 4,673 2,351

4.643 452 1,208 420 1,705 858

5.7 5.4 5.4 5.8 5.9 5.6

2.202 1,859 1,745 1,867 3,489 1,787

3.0 2.5 2.5 2,3 4.0 2.3

11.597 2,897 3,481 1,899 2,913 407

10.968 2,753 3,399 1,914 2,563 339

3.892 966 1,203 680 906 137

S. 5.9 5.7 5.6 6.0 5.5

1.306 1,181 2,654 1,476 1,966 147

2.8 2.5 2.4 2.4 3.5 5.6

44.850

42.202

L5.135

1.566

2,9

Npte: Data shownrepresentactualcensusresults,not adjustedfor probableundercounting. The adjusted1981 Censusestimateof totalpopulationis 89,940,000 for the Census date of March 8, 1981. Source: BangladeshBureauof Statistics.

Average Annual Population Growth late, (in Z), 1974 - 1981

-5-

Table

A.

Repaductim

not

a4rGE

Rate t.8

to Unity

2980

9L5

n_

T^762

5-9 10-14 15-19 2C-24 25-29

7253 616t 4399 3404 3119

25w24

ZST21

35-39 4044 .5-49 5

23rs 1971 1632 1327 1 .35 1311 7ss 505 449

8553 7218 7143 6056 428? 3290 3011 2564 2194 1I52 1505 1189 688 812 549 489

456:2

51639

7492 7S65 5527 42CO 356L 3114 252e 2 F2 1713 1391 1135 9-5 672 572 3 362

9223 7069 6938 5418 4D94 3448 3004 2423 1996 1627 1304 1041 s8e 727 436 408

SD-

IU2

4

55-. 66-4 65-69 7u-74 75TOTAL FEPILES 0-4 5-9 10-14 15-19 26-24 25-20 30-34 35-39 40-44 459 50-54 55-59 63-64 65-69 70-74 75TOTAL

42011

TOTAL R-F

8S81S

BIRTH ROTE DEATH4 RATE

E-..cced

Age Groups

AGE GROUP 15-64 6-10 11-14 TOTAL FE

1.2(6):

A

PoimletIom Prolectiom.. (Is t_me~)

1960-2013

by 2000

-

1996

1994

9166 8198 7119 7032 5916 4168 3194 2901 2449 2071 1716 135b 1602T 719 595 539

8095 8806 6097 7819 680ss 5768 4050 3089 2753 2323 1929 1555 117 37 32 596

58168

-

871e 799 688 6731 5623 3e30 2975 2651 2173 175T

1360 q65 626 587

63545

67833

77s0 8447 7722 6854 6677 5157 3863 3229 2789 2230 1795 1421 1078 787 524 579

6807 7827 6960 6817 5290 3976 3336 2095 2329 1096 1533 1202 926 673 563 464

1103 68a6 7744 A612 7862 6756 6560 5475 3888 2845 2492 1991 1546 1126 731 651

7000 7819

7694 6930 6749

T6ST 0495 7721 6616 6427 5313 3649 26S8 2295 17S3 1291 35e 757

72114

67 5 7526 6351 7622 6733 6533 5930 3754 3124 2682 211 1673 1282 923 fl1 616

7951 7541 6881 6690 7567 8351 7588 6482 6251 5123 3463 2469 2046 1484 993 a96

*

s1ses

76904

6856 6568 -r54 8260 75t0 6668 6394 4967 3646 3015 2559 1985 1521 1109 735 706

7432 6734 6517 7397 6155 7396. 649t 6259 4T73 3533 2390 2410 1817 1326 833 843

7681 7303 6661 6469 7309 8646 7277 6372 6122 4656 3399 2735 2219 1S98 1679 1831

48953

55494

60944

65342

6*833

74826

7995

100592

113662

1244*8

133145

141947

15173S

161i60

4*.7 16.1

38.7 l*.2

(school

age and working

is_

1985

30.3 12.1

23.9 10.4

22.4 9.6

22.4 1.1

21.5 8.6

age)

'1'98

1995

2110

2065

2016

22876. 7103. 4811.

26847. 73es. 5665.

31832. 7944. 5827.

36582. 8663. 6569.

42084. 0163. 7056.

47953. 6865. 6445.

52625. 6743. 5519.

45602

51639

58l66

63545

67803

72114

76904

215C3. 6811. 4208.

25152. 7278. 5*72.

3C203. 7613. 5720.

35094. 8278. 6288.

4C552. 7858f765.

46403. 6628. 6212.

42911

48953

55494

60944

65342

69833

2015 56058. 7406. 5473. 81605

.ES

15-64 - 10 11-14 TOTAL BOTH SX 15-64 6-10 11-14 TOTAL

51112. 6522. 5335.

54606. 717'. 5305.

74826

79955

*4379. 13914. 9090.

1S99. 24666. 11136.

62035. 15556. 11548.

71676. 16941. 12857.

82636. 1C21. 1621.

94356. 13485. 12658.

103737. 13265. 10854.

116659. 14580. 10778.

88513

100592

113662

124488

133145

141947

151730

161766

'-6-

Table

S.

met lepredmetiomL

5-4 5-9

late

lnMW.rd

7632 7253

13-14

6111

15-19 23-24 25-29 S- 34 35--39 *6-44 45-49 5s-54 55-59 60-64

439 3404 3119 2671 2306 1971 1632 1327 1035 1011 755 565

65-69 70-74 75. TOTAL

0-MALES S-9

28P. 17A3 S.91 1135 965 872 572 390 362

TOTAL

42911

TOTAL N*E

J8513

8Si 7218 7143 6356 4239 Z29S 3111 2564 2194 1652 1505 1189 6S

1267 61s8 7119 7832 5916 4168 3194 2921 2449 2671 1716

1356 1027 719 595 539 58169

*223

"

1380-2015

d

1Ua 995

9201 6867 8397 7319 "s68 5768 4050 3389 2783 2323 1929 1555 1178 837 532 596 64732

-Zs> 23

22

10224 9615

9962 8965 8711 7995 6848 6731 5623 3930 2975 2651 2173 1757 1368 918 626 587

20 1

16291

9STS

8379

SS34 6796 6486 7721 6616 6427 5313 3649 2680 2295 1763 1291 a58 75?

8613 7362 6756 6563 5475 3600 2845 2492 1991 1546 1126 731 651

71843

79163

$6461

16137 16691 9964 9*52 8676 6352 758B 6482 6259 5123 3463 2469 2046 1434 993 896 93436

9945 9649 9207 8469 6s156 7596 6489

9793 9T73

6259 4783 3533 289 2410 li1 1526 893 843

6372

sees 7827 6960 6817 5290 3976 3336

13932 36448 7722 6854 6677 5157 3863

9544 8629 8352 7622 6733 6533 5636

9867 926 8547

2695

3750

4997

727 436 ass

1898 1533 1222 926 673 560 464

3229 2769 2238 179! 1421 1278 767 F24 579

48953

55495

62146

69234

76649

J6458

01295

113664

126616

141077

155829

17S520

184641

7669 6936 5416 419 3448 3604

2428 1996 O29 1627 1364 1041 JOO

110592

3867 14.2

41.7 16.1

S1XTH RATE KATH tATE

TOTAL

1993

51639

35-39 6-.44 45-49 56-54 55-59 60-64 65-69 70-74 75.

Fmotiection,

tbmusand)

by 2W2

549 489

45602

16-14 15-19 23-24 25-29 30-34

15-64 6-10 11-14

(I.

tins

449

(echai

P"0latlnn

812

7492 7065 5527 4204 3560 3114 252C

Selected Aa* Grups

to Unity

1.201):

and irkIt

4*.4 :1.5

02S1 7568 "so3 694

3124

3646

2682 2119 1673 1202 923 619 616

32.5 11.1

3615 2559 1985 1521 1139 735 736

9139 3383 8649 7277

6122 465* 3399 2735 2219 1596 137i 1631

2*41 0.2

27.6 9.6

29.9 2630

9s5a

ass)

53758. 992. 76036

59934. 13034. 7958.

6461

93436

46464. Som0. 6939.

52195. 9624. 7342.

58342. 9720. 7769.

69234

76649

64356

91205

62636. 17523. S J22.

94356. 13356. 14141.

22876. 7133. *411.

26147. 7385665.

31832. 944. 5027.

36582. 8664. 6569.

*2244. 8927. 7057.

45632

51639

58169

64732

7143

21535 6811. 4286.

25152. 72785472.

30283. 7613. 5720.

35694. 8279. 6256.

46552. 6593. 67S5.

42911

40953

55495

620C&

*4379. 13914. 9891.

51999. 14666. 11136.

62635. 15556. 1154".

68312

136392

1126,64

479549342. 7232"79186

FEMALES

15-64 6.16 11-14 TOTAL 36TH SX 15-64 6-13 11-14 TOTAL

7167*. 16942. 12657. 126616

Ail677

1'

19

135945l1976. 14942. 176O21

116:72. 19754. 15667. 164641

-7-

Table

C.

wet Reproduction

Rate

Lowred

to

Unity

AGE GR1-9! MA^LES 0-4 E602

20-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49 50-54 55-59 60-64

1011

10-14

lS-19

65-69 70-74 75. TOTAL FEMALES 0-4 5-g 10-24 15-19 20-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49 50-54 55-59 60-64 65-69

42a9 329E 3021 2564 2194 1e52 15a0

1189 e8e

F4k

48513

TOTAL FEMALES 15-64 6-10 11-14

age

9275 7827 6960 6127 5290 3976 3336 289s 232' 1898 1533 1202 926 673 560 464

2Z876. s103. 4811.

12099 11403 11105 10225 8940 7721 6616 6427 5313 3649 2688 2295 1763 1291 858 757

12472 11858 11321 11009 10092 8799 75s8 6482 6259 5123 3463 2489 2046 1484 993 898

7-402

84136

93151

10389 S899 7722 6854 6677 5157 3863 3229 2789 2230 1795 1421 1078 787 524 579

11116 1Co36 9792 7622 6733 653! 503c !754 !124 26e2 2119 1673 1282 923 619 616

11280 10808 9941 e702 7508 6608 6394907 3646 3015 2559 1985 1521 1109 735 706

11687 11030 10724 9851 8592 7390 6489 6259 4733 353 2890 2410 1817 1326 893 843

12049 11485 10961 10644 9747 8479 7277 6372 6122 4650 3399 2735 2219 1598 1079 1031

7266C

21426

90516

99848

165563

.83666

202223

100592

114625

130712

and working

11687 1119e 10327 9073 7862 6750 6580 5475 3800 2845 2492 1991 1546 1126 731 651

66717

63995

40.6 14.4

20=15

21534 10C27 5177 1995 6e8S 6731 !622 z93e 2975 2651

55966

39.2 12.9

.2173 1757 1360 56e 626 587

14E063

36.4 11.4

32.3 £o.c

29.7

102375

27.3 8.1

e.9

ale)

.1990

AGE GROUP MALES 15-64 6-10 11-14

5s65S

2010

1c796 9278 0097 7019 6s8s 576e 4050 3089 2783 2323 1929 1555 1178 837 .532 596

48953

41.7 16.1

RATE

(school

71' S9E 539

8223 7069 6s38 5418 4094 3449 3004 2028 1990 1627 13o0 1041 eo0 727 436 ONe

81RTH RATE

Age Groups

1C27

51639

.2911

TOTAL

1356

e12 549 489

7492 7065 5527 4204 3560 3114 2528 2082 1713 1391 1135 905 872 572 _90 362

75-

9657 819' 711S 7032 591P 4168 3194 2901 244' 2071 1716

6056

S5602

70-74

Selected

1980-2015

by 2035

8581 7219 .143

755 505 449

DEATH

Population Prolecedons. (in thouands)

1-99582005

725z 6161 4395 34C4 3119 2671 2306 1972 1632 1Z27 1035

TOTAL

1_2(C):

1995

-- Zlp

2fl*5

2510

201S

26847. 73e8. 5665.

31232. 7944. 582?.

3,582. 1000. ..569.

42084. 1C141. 7389.

48415. 11051. 8271.

55638. 11367. 8918.

63349. 116S79113.

45602

51639

58659

.6717

75402

84136

93151

102375

21503. 6S81. 4288.

25152. 7278. 5472.

30203. 7613. 5720.

3'i894. :1600. 1t2s8.

40552. 9760. 7083.

468e6. 10656. 7967.

54013. 8613.

61645. 11291. 8526.

10994.

TOTAL BOTH SX 15-64 6-10 11-14

42911

48953

55966

'.3995

72660

81426

90516

99848

44379. 13914. 9099.

!1999. 14666. 11136.

62035. 1555611548.

7:676. 1-599. 1::857.

82636. 19901. 14471.

95260. 21707. 16238.

109651. 22361. 17531.

124994. 2294817939.

rOTAL

e8513

200592

114625

1I.4722

14%806

165563

183666

202223

Table 1,3 DELIVERY ANp USE OFFAMILYPLANNINGSERVICES.1969170 - 1983/84 Voluntary Sterilizationa Tubectomies Vasectomies Total 1969/70 1970/71 1971/72

1972/73 1973/74

-

296

314,191 113,263 16,563

314,191 113,263 16,859

369 1,461

IUDs 71,713 82,118 9,087

15,560 27,590

129 1,015

240 446

1974/75 1975/76 1976/77 1977/78 1978/79

4,707 11,076 41,246 44,722 81,719

14,469 37,839 75,066 32,643 24,705

19,176 48,915 116,312 77,365 106,424

50,391 77,840 59,421 40,564 22,631

1979/80 1980/81 1981/82 1982/83 1983/84

171,248 232,497 235,084 274,842 336,502

27,534 26,296 67,824 88,315 215,665

198,782 258,793 302,908 363,157 552,167

21,801 41,601 83,668 117,743 303,338

/a

Deliveryof Contracantive povices Pills Condoms ERKOLA (cycles) (dozens) jphiles) HR /a

InhaLilnj

Estimated Users of Contraceptive DevicesLb (total:'000)

-

-

-

-

608 3/3 24

20,265,684 72,721 11,239,572 99,704

-

-

179 158

9,282,576 54,744,540 35,257,560 65,366,388 57,541,476

99,091 124,784 59,479 32,224 39,051

-

58 1,908 2,548 4,527 11,028

242 920 736 1,062 1,000

6,227,651 59,380,612 8,137,744 87,111,780 7,751,352 93,230,412 8,257,995116,821,488 9,725,677131,096,483

39,127 60,76 63,549 69,634 64,249

26,026 5,011,074 112,010 4,125,979 81,065 5,404,417 72,697 4,384,707 122,457

1,041 1,500 1,589 1,882 2,454

-

22,070

139,771 440,973 1,288,472 5,943,055 4,638,597 7,487,316 7,120,550

4,587,583 2,563,9$ 65,250

-

22,572

.

-

are as follows: The conversion factorusedto estimatethe numberof annualuserson the basisof servicestatistics * I cyp 150 piecescondom I steriliaation * I cyp 150piecesfoamtablet* I cyp I IUD * I cyp 4 dozesinjectableau I Cyp 15 cyclespill * I cyp 4 vials EMKo ' 1 cyp

Control. Source:HIS, Department of Population

Table 1,4 DISTRIBUTIONOF POPULATIONBY ECONONICACTIVITIES.1961 - 1979 (in percent)

1. National Populationaged 10 years and above Economicparticipation: Civilian labor force La - Employed - Unemployed Other - Householdwork - Inactive 2. Rural Populationaged 10 year. and above Economicparticipation: Civilian labor force /a - Employed - Unemployed Other - Householdwork - Inactive 3. Urban Populationaged 10 year. and above Economicparticipation: Civilian labor force La - Employed - Unemployed Other - Householdwork - Inactive

*J.j974

Male

1961 Female

Total

MalA

Female

64.00

61.80

63.00

66.00

87.60 81.70 5.90 12.40 12.40

17,20 17.20 82.80 73.50 9.30

54.38 54.06 0.32 45.62 34.70 10,92

80.40 78.40 2.00 19.60 19.50 0.10

63.60

61.80

62.70

87.97 87.34 0.63 12.03 ,, 12.03

17.93 17.93 es 82,07 73.10 8,97

73.50 78.23 76.32 1.91 21.77

..

.,

21.71

1979 Tla

.HaleA Fema.

Total

63.40

64.80

69.72

61.61

66.13

4.10 4.10

88.90 87.60 1.30 11,10 0.10 11,00

3.80 3.80

95.90 76.60 19.30

44.30 43.20 1.10 55.70 36.10 19.60

96.20 88.90 7,30

53.80 53.00 0,80 46.20 36.80 9,40

65.20

63.20

64.20

69.91

61.14

66.06

54.64 54.30 0.31 45.36 35.10 10.26

80.82 79.45 1.37 19.18 ., 19,18

3.50 3.50 to 96.50 77.25 19,25

44,15 43.20 0.95 55.85 37.00 18.85

89,68 88.44 1.24 10.32 0,14 10.18

3,81 3.81 ,, 96.19 90,24 5,95

54.73 54.04 0.69 45.27 36,76 8.51

62.90

69.20

73.40

66.20

70.30

67,35

66.52

66.94

7.63 7,63 to 92.37 72.24 20.13

51.73 50.58 1,:5 48.27 27.89 20,38

73.08 69,29 3,79 26.92 so 26.92

5.56 5.26 0,30 94.44 66.67 27.77

45.45 43.18 2,27 54.55 27.27 27.28

80.16 77,21 2.95 19,84 ,, 19,84

3.25 3.07 0.18 96,75 76,75 20.00

42.89 41,28 1.61 57,11 37.19 19.92

.,

.,

..

O-not available.

La The refinedrate of civilianlabor force is the percentageof persons 10 years old and above found engagedin productive activityduring the surveyperiod. Source: Pilot ManpowerSurvey, 1979,BBS.

1 I

Table1.5 ADULTLITERACY-RATES. 1974 (in % of populationaged 15 and above)

Division/District

Rural Male Female iot1

Urban Male Female Total

.al

Raishahi Dinajpur Rangpur Bogra Rajuhahi Pabna

41.0 31.0 38.8 34.2 26.4

9.2 7.6 12.2 10.2 8.5

25.9 19.7 25.7 22.4 17.7

67.5 39.7 70.7 64.7 50.3

43.2 27.7 52.4 40.8 27.6

57.1 42.2 62.8 54.0 39.8

42.3 32.3 40.3 36.3 28.4

10.6 8.6 13.0 12.0 11.1

27.3 20.9 27.2 24,3 19.5

25.6 37.4 47.1 44.5 43.4

4.5 12.1 15.8 21,3 16.2

17.4 25.1 33.1 33.2 30.1

61.4 53.8 55.8 70.0 63.7

35.7 26.8 30.2 51.0 41.9

49.7 41.8 45.9 62.1 54.7

28.9 38.4 48.7 45.7 44.0

10.9 12.9 19.6 22.3 16.8

20.2 26.1 35.2 34.5 30.8

Dhaka Mymensingh(iocl.Janalpur) Tangail Dhaka Faridpur

24.8 30.3 35.4 31.5

9.0 9.6 12.8 9.7

17.2 20.3 24.6 21.0

56.6 53.2 57.5 60.8

32.6 29.4 34.0 35.0

45.9 42.3 48.7 49.3

26.8 31.6 43.4 32.5

10,3 10.6 18.5 10.4

18.9 21.5 32,3 21.7

Chittanont Sylhet Comilla Noakhali Chittagong Chittagong Hill Tracts

31.3 35.8 39.4 39.4 27.5

9.8 11.8 13.2 11.7 5.3

21.0 24,2 26.5 26.2 17.1

64.7 60.4 64.7 55.4 58.4

41.1 37,2 36.8 25.2 31.8

55.5 50,3 54.8 44.9 49.9

33.5 37.7 40.3 43.7 31,8

10.6 12,8 13.6 14.1 7,3

22.2 25.4 27.2 30.5 20,8

Total

34.6

11.5

23.4

57,I

32.2

48.1

3ZM2

13.2

Z5.8

Total Female Total

Rhuloa

Kushtia Jessore Khulna Barisal Patuakhali

Source: BangladeshBureauof Statistics.

Table11§ NUMBER OF PERSONS GOING ABROAD FOR EMPLOYMENT, 1976 - 1984

BY Occupation Construction workers Vehicle-drivers Workers (skilled, semi-skilled & unskilled) Technicians Engineers Doctors,nursesand paramedicals Professionals Cateringvorkers Miscellaneous Total

1976

1977

1978

1979

2,366 824 944 359 215 142 211 543 483

1,792 567 2,898 1,466 322 608 836 490 6,746

2,266 1,308 7,826 5,744 728 381 470 1,007 3,079

2,053 1,950 8,791 4,657 213 148 74 1,124 5,475

1980

1981

1982

2,590 1,070 17,706 4,247 194 274 385 1,836 2,271

3,393 2,575 31,478 10,357 236 273 1,905 2,653 2,917

2,641 3,587 34,870 7,597 175 224 2,805 2,604 3,072

1983

1984

2,261 1,344 1,876 1,448 46,513 46,603 4,203 3,419 70 60 58 1,270 1,694 1,311 2,545 1,299 -

6,087 15.725 22.809 24.485 30.573 55.787 57.575 59.220 5.6754

BY Destination UnitedArab Emirates Qatar Kuwait Iraq SaudiArabia Libya

1,989 1,221 643 587 214 173

Bahrain

338

Oman Singapore Others

113

5,819 2,262 1,315 1,238 1,279 721 867

762

1,442 2,877

-

-

809

782

Source: Bureau of Manpower,Employmentand Training.

7,512 1,303 2,243 1,454 3,212 2,394 -

1,052

5,055 1,383 2,289 2,362 6,490 1,967 827

4,847 1,455 3,687 1,927 8,695 2,976

6,418 2,268 5,464 13,153 13,384 4,162

6,501 5,504 6,846 12,152 14,770 1,929

1,351

1,392

1,860

7,351

7,309 11,126 10,119

3,777 4,745

6,616 5,302 7,561 2,763 10,302 5,677 4,932 4,701 12,942 20,587 2,215 3,386 2,470

110

669

1,083

304

178

225

221

1,112

400

878

2,325 728

1,174

Table 2.1 CROSS DOMRSTICPRODUCTBY INDUSTRIAL ORIGIN.IN CURRENTPRICS. 1272/73- 1983184 (at market priceasin millionsof Taka)

12122731973/74 Agrigultlre - Crops - Forestry

Livaetock

-

- Fieheries

4.55 I 2,895 (1,870) (1,025) 1,529 130

services Transport & conjunications Trade 6 catering Banking6 insurance Ovner-occupied housing Other services Publicadainistration & defense/a

14.457 22.300 3,366 4,368 3,829 6,508 559 653 2,454 4,090 3,300 4,878 949 1,803

GrossDomesticProduct.at market Dricee

45.112

GrossDomesticProduct.at factorcoat

LA

Provisional 1975176 1976177 19771/7 1978179 1979/80 1980/81 1981/82 1982/83 1983/84

26.100 41.501 78.623 57.339 53.6Z1 80.092 9A.352 99.502 108.953 L21.839 135.530 144.557 19,761 33,215 67,401 45,114 40,172 61,338 69,211 74,646 83,632 94,922 104,470 111,324 1,240 1,728 2,311 2,094 2,112 4,064 4,754 4,860 5,848 6,550 8,160 8,650 2,230 3,137 4,137 4,332 4,494 7,774 10,501 12,998 12,451 12,713 14,769 15,381 2,869 3,421 4,774 5,799 6,893 6,916 6,886 6,998 7,022 7,654 8,131 9,202

Industry Nining 6 quarrying Manufacturing - Large& medium-scale - Small-scale6 cottage Construction Electricity, gas & water

Net indirecttaxes

1974/75

1,294

7

5 1 4,266 (2,788) (1,478) 2,899 119

14.174 13.87A 2 2 8,376 8,173 (4,632) (4,519) (3,744) (3,654) 5,665 5,514 131 189

14.700 2 8,660 (4,787) (3,873) 5,807 231

19857 25.976 29,488 36,696 42.530 A3.)76 46.133 10 10 9 3 6 3 4 13,363 15,831 19,558 22,861 25,702 28,070 30,314 (7,124) (9,173)(11,108)(13,214)(14,728)(15,546) (17,004) (6,239) (6,658) (8,450) (9,647)(10,974)(12,524) (13,310) 6,061 9,658 9,309 13,088 15,863 14,612 14,558 432 477 612 744 959 1,078 1,257

32.944 36.241 36.990 46.416 55.491 5,642 6,633 7,334 8,819 9,547 10,982 10,747 10,384 12,832 15,634 1,011 974 1,002 1,573 2,378 7,362 8,945 8,024 10,830 li,341 5,486 6,122 6,896 8,905 11,624 2,461 2,820 3,350 3,457 3,567

68.995 11,521 19,048 3,101 15,739 15,355 4,231

87.614 18,331 20,808 4,131 17,325 18,481 8,138

100.775 22,858 22,083 4,191 19,973 22,626 9,442

107.839 125.453 25,048 26,994 23,154 27,344 4,341 4,752 19,518 23,390 25,459 31,130 10,325 11,843

71.086 125.741 107.458 105361 146.365 172.,819191,985 233.263 263.144 287.132 316,143 2,344

3,977

5,868

5,487

43.818 68.742 121.764 101,590 9987

7,161

8,910

10,352 13,464 13,824 15,470

139.204 163.909 187.633 ZL9J.19251,320 2711662 295.214.

Estimatesfor 1972/73through1979/80are not directlycomparablevith thosefor subsequentyears,as vages and salariespaid out of the CentralGovernment's Annual Developrant Program were not includedin estimatesof sectoralvalueaddedprior to 1980/81.

Not:

All estimatesare provisional.

Source: BangladeshBureau of Statistics.

20,929

S

TabeI2.2 GROSSDOMESTICPRODUCT BY INDUSTRIALORIGIN, IN CONSTANT PRICES, 1972/73 - 1983/84 (at marketprices of 1972/73; in millions of Taka)

1972/73 A-ricult-ue - Crops - Forestry - Livestock - Fisheries

26.100 19,761 1,240 2,230 2,869

1973/74

1974/75

1975176

26,827 28.537 22,352 22,212 1,330 1,134 2,267 2,303 2,878 2,888

31.B65 25,477 1,183 2,326 2,879

1976/77

1977/78

1978/79

30.9Q3 ?33J72 24,461 26,003 1,183 1,490 2,380 3,166 2,879 2,913

22.0§ 26,151 1,520 3,308 2,103

749J.45L.

A&A 5f

1979/80 1980181 1981/82 33,136 26,068 1,579 3,392 2,097

34.90B 27,627 1,703 3,477 2,101

1982/83

35.225 368.9 27,441 28,794 1,882 1,925 3,680 3,767 2,222 2,373

Provis iona l 1983/84 If,288 29,773 2,040 4,052 2,423

rndustry Hining & quarrying Hanufacturing - Large A medium-acale - Small-scale & cottage Construction Electricity, gas & water

4-55

5.212

I 2,895 (1,870) (1,025) 1,529 130

I 3,403 (2,225) (1,178) 1,713 95

I 5,481 (3,U31) (2,450) 1,833 86

I 5,877 (3,258) (2,619) 1,742 135

1 6,117 (3,381) (2,736) 2,057 163

5 6,209 (3,310) (2,899) 2,099 191

4 7,065 (4,094) (2,971) 3,188 193

4 7,210 (4,095) (3,115) 2,509 225

1 7,602 (4,394) (3,208) 2,845 250

2 7,722 (4,425) (3,297) 3,004 296

1 7,598 (4,208) (3,390) 2,954 303

1 7,937 (4,452) (3,485) 2,998 315

Services Transport6 communications Trade 6 catering Banking 6 insurance Owner-occupied housing Other services Publicadministration & defenseLa

14,457 3,366 3,829 559 2,454 3,300 949

16,530 3,528 5,142 469 2,417 3,678 1,296

16,344 3,617 5,814 450 2,383 2,841 1,239

19.066 3,792 7,653 465 2,529 3,281 1,346

20,228 4,095 7,907 475 2,585 3,577 1,589

21.264 4,258 5,617 710 4,957 4,161 1,561

22.695 4,612 6,253 ;24 3,071 4,389 1,446

24.011 4,715 6,781 1,139 5,184 4,6376 1,555

26.038 4,845 6,866 1,387 5,297 4,910 2,733

25,978 4,852 6,272 1,293 5,422 5,225 2,914

26,894 5,227 6,432 1,220 5,54a 5,S5i 2, '02

27,994 5,631 6,596 1,192 5,677 5,927 2,971

GrossDomesticProduct,at market Prices

45.112

50.569

52.282

58.686

59.469

63.340

66.227

67.095

71.644

72.227

74,.609

77.33

1,294

1,662

1,657

3,207

3,100

3,100

',414

3,509

4,130

3,767

4,018

5,130

43,818

48.907

50.625

55.479

56,369

60.240

62.813

63,586

70.591

72.403

(11.6)

(3.5)

(9.6)

(1.6)

(6.9)

(4.3)

(1.2)

(3.1)

(2.6)

Net indirecttaxes

GrossDomestic Product, at factorcost (RealAJnualGrowth,in Z) a

(...)

4Q50

L948

10.698 11.024 10.8Q56 11.251

67.514 68.460 (6.2)

(1.4)

Data for 1972/73 through 1979/80 are not directlycomparablewith those for subsequentyears,as wages and salariespaid out of the CentralGovernment's Annual DevelopmentProgramwere not includedIn estimatesof sectoralvalueaddedprior to 1980/81.

Note: All estimatesare provisioual. Source: BangladeshBureau of Statistics.

IMPLICIT GDP AND SICTORAL DEFLATORS. 1972/73 (1972/73 - 100)

1972/73

Agriculture -

Provisional 1973/74

1974175

19Z5/76

1976/77

100± 0 1LII4 AiL 0 72J1

Cropm Forestry Livestock Fiaheries

Industry

1978179

1jL/

1980/81

198A182

1982/83

1983164

276.1

300.3

31Z.1

345.9

367.7

377.6

303.4 203.8 179.6 165.3

177.1 177.0 186.2 201.4

173.7 164.2 178,5 188.8 239.4

Z3A.

148.6 129.9 138.4 118.9

235.9 272.8 245.5 237.4

264.7 312.8 317.4 327.4

286.4 307.8 383.2 333.7

302.7 343.4 358.1 334.2

345.9 348.0 345.5 344.5

362.8 423.9 392.1 342.6

373.9 424.0 379.6 379.8

100.0

139.8

191.5

179.0

175.3

233.5 200,0 215.2 (215.2) (215.2) 288.8 221.5

i2LA

343.0

jjn

403,1

250.0 224.1 (224.1) (224.1) 302.9 247.2

225.0 271.3 (271.3) (271.3) 371.0 272.0

300.0 300.7 (300.7) (300.7) 460.0 297.6

300.0 332.8 (332.8) (332.8) 528.1 324.0

410.0 400.0 381.9 (381.9) (381.9) 485.6 399.0

100.0 125.4 (100.0) (125.3) (100.0) (125.5) 100.0 169.2 100.U 125.3

L

1977/78

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

MiningA quarrying Manufacturing - Large medium-scale - Smull-scale & cottage Construction Electricity, gas & water

1983/84

-

152.8

(152.8) (152.8) 309.1 152.3

139.1 (138.7) (139.5) 316.5 140.0

141.6 (141.6) (141.6) 282.3 141,7

41JA

300.0 369.4 (369.4) (369.4) 494.7 355.8

services Transport & comunications Trade & catering Banking & insurance Ovner-occupied housing Other services Public administration& defeuse

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

134.9 123.8 126.6 139.2 169.2 132.6 139.1

2Q1,6

190.1 174.9 140.4 209.5 353.7 186.6 209.5

182.9 179.1 131.3 210,9 310.4 192.8 210.8

2j1.3 207.1 228.4 221.5 218.5 214.0 221.5

244.5 207.0 250.0 246.5 253.2 264.8 246.7

287.3 244.3 280.9 272.3 303.6 331.1 272.1

3.

387.9

401.0

156.0 188.9 224.7 308.9 193.1 198.6

"L.1

378.3 303.1 297.8 334.6 376.4 297.8

471.1 352.1 324.1 361.0 433.0 324.0

479.2 360.0 355.8 351,7 457.5 355.8

479.4 414.6 398.7 412.0 525.2 398.6

Gross

IQ

140,6

240.7

183.1

177.2

231.1

26..j

295.1

325.6

367.1

)A

4Q02

71.2

-23.9

Domestic Product, at market

Annual average aggregate

Sources: Tables 2.1 and 2.2.

Prices zj.

inflation rate

(2)

...

40.6

-3.2

30.4

12.9

13.1

10.3

12.7

4.8

5.9

Table 2.4 GROSS DO0ESTIC PRODUCT BY EXPENDITURE. IN CURRENT PRICES. 1972/73 - 1983/84 (at market price.; in millions of Taka)

Total resources Consumption - Private - Public

l

Investment - Private /b - Public /e

1974/75

1975176

1976/77

1977/78

75.624

134.908 120.694

112.607

143.281 159.258

20D.551 g25,124

44,962

70,024

..

..

*-

*-

124,715 120,561 4,154

126,778 140,446 118,119 130,832 8,659 9,614

170,341 157,920 12,421

3,400 750 2,650

5,600 2,550 3,050

10,193 5,091 5,102

1972/73

1973/74

48.362

109,536 102,008 104,277 95,113 5,259 6,895 11,158 6,102 5,056

10,599 5,664 4,935

16,503 7,454 9,049

1978/79

18,812 9,004 9,808

1979/80

30,210 12,424 17,786

1980/81

1982/83

Estimated 1983/84

257.790 290.023

329.416

1981/82

191,469 227,346 248,610 176,416 208,841 229,455 15,053 18,505 19,155 33,725 13,941 19,784

30,444 15,215 15,229

283,199 259,463 23,736

41,413 19,309 22,104

46,217 23,386 22,831

Exports of goods, fob Imports of goods, cif Exports of non-factor services, net

2,756 -6,069 63

2,945 3,054 5,523 -7,369 -12,453 -18,936 -114 232 177

6,258 7,405 9,281 11,187 11,616 12,545 16,299 -13,533 -20,399 -23,687 -36,713 -41,401 -51,543 -54,862 29 3 -78 -158 613 541 1,354

20,509 -58,707 2,046

Gross Domestic Product, at market prices

45,112

71.086

105,361

293.264

Net factor income

from abroad

*ross National Product. at market Prices Net indirect taxes Gross National Product, at factor cost

366

125.741 107,458

179

262

144

126.,003 107,602

45.478

71.265

1,294

2,344

3,977

44,184

68,921

122,026

5,868

Includes variations in stocks held by the private sector.

b. Fixed investment only. /e

Includes real investment in the ADP, Food for Work and food stock change.

Source: Missionestimates.

105.816 5,487

101,734 100,329

not available.

fK

455

130.290 144.774 1,226

1,836

131.516 146.610 7,161

174.867 196.022 3,470

5,827

1.78337 201.84S

8,910

10,352

124,355 137,700

167,985

13,464

219.333 252J15 6,553

10,906

10,991

225.886 263.721

304.253

13,824

15,590

18,290

188,385 212,062 248,131

285,963

Table 2,3 AVAILABILITYAND UTILIZATIONOF DOMESTIC.NATIONAL AND EXTERNAL RESOURCES.1972/73 - 198io (at current market prices; in millions of Taka)

1972/7: 1973/74 1974/75 1975/76 1976/77 A.

Gros. Domestic

Product,

at market prices

1977/78 1978/79 1979/80 1980/81 1981/82

1982/83

Estimated 1983184

45.112

71.086 125.741 107.45B 105.361 130.290 144.774 174.867 196.022 219.333 252.815

Current Account Balance Resource Balance (Trade Balance) (Merchandise Exports, fob) (Merchandise Imports, c6f) (Net Non-Factor Service Exports) Net Factor Service Income Is Net Current Transfers Lk

-2.884 -3,250 -3,313 2,756 -6,069 63 366

-4.35B -8905 -4,537 -9,167 -4,424 -9,399 2,945 3,054 -7,369 -12,453 -114 232 179 262

C.1 2 3

Total Resour-esAvailable Consumption Investment

48.362 44,962 3,400

75.624 134.908 120.694 112.607 143,281 159.258 200.551 225.194 257.790 290.023 70,024 124,715 109,536 102,008 126,778 140,446 171,341 191,469 227,346 248,610 5,600 10,193 11,158 10,599 16,503 18,812 29,210 33,725 30,444 41,413

329.416 283,199 46,217

D.

Gross National Product

45.478

71.265 126.003 107.602 105.816 131.516 146.610 178.337 201.849 225.86

263.721

304.253

E.1 2

Gross Domestic Savings Gross National Savings

150 516

1,063 1,242

1,026 1,288

-2,078 -1,934

3,353 3,808

3,512 4,738

4,329 6,165

3,526 6,996

4,553 10,380

-8,013 -1,460

4,205 15,111

10,065 21,056

F.1 2 3

External Econo_ic Assistance,gross External Public HALT Debt Amortization External Economic Assistance, net

4,2q0 -7 4,283

3,675 -85 3.590

8,000 -187 7,813

12,003 -982 11.022

8,247 -469 7.778

12,518 -564 11.954

15,679 -868 14.812

18,920 -780 18.140

18,751 -819 17.932

24,769 -782 23.987

31,957 -1,758 30.199

31,637 -1,771 29.861

0.1 2

Other External Capital Movements,net /c Change in Foreign Exchange Reserves /d

-1,564 165

308 460

2,436 -1,342

1,282 788

261 -1,248

-570 381

-274 -1,891

2,240 1,834

5,015 398

5,351 2,565

1,853 -5,750

-559 -4,141

1.1

2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Notes: B,1 - B,2 t B.7 B.2 = B.3 + B.6 B.3 * B.4 + B.5 /A

Lb

fZ /

t

B.8

-

C.1 - A C.l = C.2 + D = A +

B.2 C.3 B.7

-

-13.092 -13,236 -13,413 5,523 -18,936 177 144

-

E.1 E.2 F.3 =

-

B.2 + C.3 5.1 * B.7 E F.1+ F.2

-6.791 -7,246 -7,276 6,258 -13,533 29 455 -

-11.765 -12,991 -12,994 7,405 -20,399 3 1,226 -

-12.647 -14,483 -14,405 9,281 -23,687 -78 1,836

-22.214 -25,684 -25,526 11,187 -36,713 -158 3,470

-

E.2 + F.3 + G.1 * 0.2

-

-

C.3

rncludes workers' remittancesand IMF service charges. Private transfersare included with item B.7 and public transfers are includedin items F.1 and F.3. Includes transactionswith the IN?, ahort-termcapital movements,exceptionalfinancing,errors and omissions,ete. Converted into Taka equivalent. Negative sign denotes increase in reserves.

Source: Tables 2.1 and 3.1, and mission estimates.

-23.345 -29,172 -29,785 11,616 -41,401 613 5,827 -

-31.904 -38,457 -38,998 12,545 -51,543 541 6,553 -

-26.302 -37,208 -38,561 16,299 -54,862 1,355 10,906 -

293.264 -25.161 -36,152 -38,198 20,509 -58,707 2,046 10,991 -

e

Table

2.6

ESTIHATES OF PRIVATEFIXED INVESTHENT.1974/75 - 1983/84 (in aillions of laka)

1974/75 A. Non-Honetised Sector (1) Index of rural vages (1976/77 - 100) Li (2) Non-Donetized investment (in constant prices of 1976/77) Lk (3) Non-monetized investment (in current pri.. A) (Al x A2/100) U. Industry (1) Disburoements of 3S5 and 3535 (2) Private industrial investment (1.9 x B1) C.

6riCUlture (1) Nedium-term (2) Agricultural

agricultural investment

credit (1.3 x Cl

L

/L

D. Construction L/ (1) Imports and domestic production of cement ('000 (2) 3-year moving average (3) Construction cost index (1976/77 - 100) (4) Total construction (D2/519 x D3/100 x 4390) /L (5) Public construction jh (6) Industrial construction (7) Private construction (4-5-6)

tons)

L

E. Transport (1) Imports (2) Private

and domestic production investment Li

Total

of trucks

and buses

(mill.

TO)

103 3,086 317U

1975/76

1976177

1977178

1978/79

99 3,179 3&147

100 3,274 3.274

106 3,372 31i74

122 3,473 4.237

1979/80

1981/ 2

140 3,578 5.009

154 3,685 5.675

173 3,796 6.567

190 3,910 7.429

219 4,030 8.826

1,106 2,101

975 1.852

998 1.896

734 2,080

1,076 1.399

1,687

2,787

L.2

L3.63

1982/83

..

100

100

I90

94 179

219 416

499 948

839 1.594

102 1 133

91 Ila

145 1l8

192 250

309 402

729 94

455 334 98 2,646 1,042 40 1.564

379 451 112 4,083 1,452 76 2 555

519 543 100 4,390 2,037 79 1.923

731 672 102 5,541 2,322 167 3.052

766 774 107 6,695 3,251 379 3.065

825 794 126 8,087 4,004 610 3.473

791 812 153 10,043 4,641 832 4,570

842 755 167 10,665 5,310 741 4.614

1,066 978 175 14,394 6,131 758 7.505

1,021 1,050 176 15,630 6,317 832 8.481

144 115

115 92

125

202 162

440

500

10_

566

979

470

400

453

L

358

352

286

376

5.664

L.t454

13 803

15215

5.091

bL)2

11.424

L

765 A4

19 309

* not available.

LI

Average daily

vages

(without

food)

of non-skilled agricultural labor - Source BBS. hou-e and farm building construction and private land improvement, in Planning Couission, Estimation of Gross Fixed Capital Formation in Bangladesh, June 1980. LI Approximately 852 of BSB and BS25 loans sanctioned have been for private industry; debt/equity ratios have typically estimated that projects financed by BSB and BSRS account for roughly 752 of private industrial investment (including In 1983/84 1 1/153S accounted for only about 502 of private investment. 1 Estimatesfor 1974/75 and 1975/76 are based on data for BKB alone. Institutional credit is estimated to account for 752 of private monetized investment in agriculture. If Excluding industrial construction. Li Estimate for 1976/77 based on estimates provided in Planning Comission, Estimation of grosg Fixed Capital Formation Time series based on trends in supply of cement and construction cost index. Lh Estimated as 302 of public fixed investment financed tbrough the Central Government's Annual Development Program. 1 Estimated as 402 of private Industrial investment. Li Assumed to be 802 of the total supply of trucks and buses.

Lk 1976/77 bated on estimatesof rural

Source;

Mission estimates.

Estimated 19831S4

1980181

been 60:40, small-scale

in'Banaladesh,

and it is industry).

June 19E.

23.386

Table2.7 CONSUMPTIONAND SAVINGS.1974/75- 196 3184 ESTIMATESOF INVESTMENT, (in millionsof Taka) Provisioral Estimates 1974/75 1975176 1976/77 1977/78 1978/79 1979/80 1980/81 1981/82 1982/83 1283/84 126,003 107,602 105,816 131,516 146,610 178,337 201,849 225,886 263,721 10,906 6,553 5,827 3,470 1,836 1,226 455 144 262 125,741 107,458 105,361 130,290 144,774 174,867 196,022 219,333 252,815 37,208 25,684 29,172 38,457 12,991 14,483 7,246 13,236 9,167 134,908 120,694 112,607 143,281 159,258 200,551 225,194 257,790 290,023

304,253 10,991 293,264 36,152 329,416

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)

GNP at market prices Net factor incomefrom abroad La GDP at market prices (1-2) services Net importsof goods & non-factor Total resources(3+4)

(6)

Consumption (a) Private/b (b) Public

124,715 109,536 102,008 126,778 140,446 171,341 191,469 227,346 248,610 283,199 (120,561)(104,277) (95,1i3)(118,119)(130,832)(158,920)(176,416)(208,841)(229,455) (259,463) (4,154) (5,259) (6,895) (8,659) (9,614) (12,421) (15,053) (18,505) (19,155) (23,736)

(7)

Investment (a) Private Ic (b) Public

46,217 41,413 29,210 33,725 30,444 18,812 10,599 16,503 11,158 10,19 (5,091) (6,102) (5,664) (7,454) (9,004) (11,424) (13,941) (15,215) (19,309) (23,386) (5,102) (5,056) (4,935) (9,049) (9,808) (17,786) (19,784) (15,229) (22,104) (22,831)

(8) (9)

Grossdomesticsavings(7-4) Grossnationalsavings(2+8) (a) Private (b) Public

(10)

Foreignsavings/d

1,026 1,288 (3,355) (-2,067) 8,905

10,065 4,205 -8,013 4,553 3,526 4,329 3,512 3,353 -2,078 21,056 15,111 10,380 -1,460 6,996 6,165 4,738 3,808 -1,934 (2,241) (7,521) (7,837) (9,908' ll,530) (11,451) (3,630) (19,686) (28,581) (-4,175) (-3,713) (-3,099) (-3,7'.i)(-4,534) (-1,071) (-5,090) (-4,575) (-7,525) 13,092

6,791

11,765

12,647

22,214

23,345

31,904

26,302

25,161

As Percentaaeof GNP at Market Prices 8.1 4.0 4.0

10.4 5.7 4.7

10.0 5.4 4.7

12.5 5.7 6.9

12.8 6.1 6.7

16.4 6.4 10.0

16.7 6.9 9.8

13.5 6.1 6.8

15.7 7.3 8.4

15.2 7.7 7.5

Gross domesticsavingsle Groas nationalsavings - Private - Public ForeignsavingsLd

0.8 1.0 2.7 -1.6 7.5

-1.9 -1.8 2.1 -3.9 12.4

3.2 3.6 7.1 -3.5 7.3

2.7 3.6 6.0 -2.4 10.8

3.0 4.2 6.8 -2.6 11.1

2.0 3.9 6.5 -2.5 16.3

2.3 5.1 5.7 -0.5 17.6

-3.5 -0.7 1.6 -2.3 14.1

1.7 5.7 7.5 -1.7 10.0

3.4 6.9 9.4 -2.5 8.3

Consumption - Private - Public

99.0 95.7 3.3

101.8 96.9 4.9

96.4 89.9 6.5

96.4 89.8 6.6

95.8 89.2 6.6

96.1 89.1 7.0

94.9 87.4 7.5

100.6 92.5 8,1

94.3 87.0 7.3

°3.1 85.3 7.8

Grossdomesticinvestment - Private - Public

la Includingworkers'remittances. /b Includesvariationsin stocksheld by the privatesector. L/ Fixed investmentonly. /d Definedas equal to the currentaccountdeficitin the balanceof payments(i.e.,the net inflowof goods,servicesand currentprivate unrequited transfers).

Le As percentageof '1T'. Source: Missionestimrtes.

Table

3. 1

3AIANE 01 P1 t1 (lua ). 1372)23 - 26i32)6 (Ts .ilics go dollaro) 1971/73 Mackamdlise exports,fob Imrebsedise imports,

L LA%Icf

TrAido Ilamiocs services.

receipts payments

won-factorservies,.

-425.8

-555-3 -1

L.9

incos. eet It.7 laeystmaxtincom, receiptc levoetmet inoee, paymote i- Interest on external public I< debt)

34.4 -45.7

lnvpptmat

Privato

unreouited

Privat Private

Aortizatio

34.3 -

ei a547

assistance)

capital,net coustitutiuttoresig

autborities'

Ixceptionel

financing

Counterpart

items (IDm alloeationes

reserves,

cancelletione)

otherItem" &Io_slions

ChAnge in reserys

L

L

(-

* Incretas)

net

1§78/78

JJn799s

1990/81

404.6 -875.0

4E9.8 609.1 -1,349.0 -1,556.0

722,3 -2,372.0

710.7 -2,533.0

.26,0 t6,00 -2,512.0 -2,309.0

:593.1

-470.4

_159.2

-1I.U9.7

-L,21.

-196.0

°_

AU 82.5 -56.3 O-.5A 13.0 -I8.5 (-10.1)

.- 391 S 35.1 -0.

-1.00.l4 .A

62.9 -Sl.I

-- 5.1

.2

59.4 -57.5

-82.0

.L

-I 16.1 -35.3 (-22.3)

24,6 -55S5 (-28.5)

0ul 2 29.6 -0O8

QLv

60,6 -0.4

67,2

_19W 26.6 -58.7 (-32,1)

l 113.5 -0.4

d

22173 -104.8

-LQ 41.6 -63.9 (-38.1)

JlZ 91.5 -77.3 (-43.3)

UA 51.9

Q3A Z. Ju 143.4 -0.5

-777.9 -37.3

-57.0

34,8

64.9

86.1

-9S2

-27.3

-43.4

551.9 (213. ) (288.v) ( S0.0'

461.3 (228.7) (108.2) (124.4)

902.3 (353.3)

80.2 (313.5) (369.2i (125.5)

533.2 (121.6) (2W2M9) 'a58.6)

o2 .7 (177.8) (374.3) (276.5)

-24.0

-t6.0

7:'

14.4

23.2

-19.0

-1824

-57.0

-20.2

25.0

-

3.1

28.2 -

19.3

-

8.2 -25.I

-

20.7

-0. 5

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-232,2

70.6

206,5

21.2

57.8

-152.3

-

-

l1.

12.4

46.1

53.1

-0. 7

6.1

-Z3LI

1/JI

-1 .428L 7 - L

0

L.02 -50,1

-39.0

U320 -2,355 0 *1.531.0

JJ

214,0 -157.0

424.1 -0.

19831

*1,621..Q

-l1 34.0 -74.6 -131.0 (-42.0) (47.2)

° 2 7l.1 210,3 379.4 -0.2 -0.4

-504

19|1112

_L

162t6 -172.6

-30. 3

3175.6)

dJJU 7.d

3.1d 113,0 -116.9

-439.1

(143.5)

81 5

1977/78

-66.1

-20.2

Liebilities

1976/77

371.9 -1275.0

-21.1

-10.7

75,4

Otbar long-term capital,not

Irrors

1

-0.9

net

Aid dieburemeets, total 1- Food aid) (- Com.lity A cash aid) (- Projectaid A techniel

bhort-ter-

19.9 -0.5

-370l7

of public WILT debt

120 credit,

13.4 -10.4 (-7.3)

_La1

net

unrequited transfer. receipts unrequited transfers, payments

Curreet Asccout

Ulo of

transfere,

3

14.4 -1.7 C - )

1§75t76

lf74/73

369.7 344.0 -925.0 -1,403.0

-4J 11 43.1 -35.0

Pon-factor seriacs.-nt

No&-factor

1973/74

354.2 -10. 0

-. J.

tl3,0 -156,0

294.0 -212,0

-16.917,0 -186,0 (46,3)

115.0 40.0 -163,0 (-61.0)

L 628.0

-1.Q01,

0

0"° 552.0 -10120

-74.0

-71.0

21.4

255.1

49S5

46.9

19.0

1,030.0 i179,1) (462,5) (366.4)

1,222.4 (374,7) (377,9) (469.9)

12147.2 (194.1) (3930.) (560.1)

1,236,1 (230.S) (421.3) (564.3)

1,345.5 (255.4) (451.9) (638.2)

1,268.0 (277.0) (439,0) (552.0)

12.0

10.7

40.1

32.9

28.1

65.0

-36,0

-2.0

21l4

90.7

165.0

-6.0

-31.0

40.5

65.0

10t1

-

-

-50

20.4

20.9

19.7

-U50

1.

7.3

-

3. 2

-36.9

-4.3

-54.4

-45.2

1226

65.6

25,2

-124.2

125,5

24,4

128,0

-235.2

______________,,_.___.__._.__________.____.__....................................................................................................................................................................__..

-166.0 ___.____._.........

Hmerandum Items: leserve

level,

end of June

Averaesannual exchange rate lses than

Uol

not seperately not pplible.

0.5

11(mill.US) (M/9se)

172.5 7.7808

115.0 7.9661

266.3 6.6759

213.2 14,5521

293.9 15,4667

26 .7

392.9

274.4

250.0

I05,1

340,3

370.3

15S1215

1S,2228

15.4777

16,3447

20.0400

23.7600

24.95

million.

vailable.

LL Nerehanslseimporte are reported on a mixed valuationbexis, partly

fob and partlyclf, Including valuationehangesother than thoseof tafervea. lIncluding chanoes In the valuationof reserves. Including gold (nationalvaluation), Ra epresents merchandise importssustainable witb probAble ficncing scenarioprojected. tL Pood borrowing of 855 million snd amortiesilon of -160 million.

L.

Sources:

langledeeb Sanb; I4inimtry of icnance and Planning,External

essources Division;Planning Comissi_ol 110; ISID, External Debt Reporting Systeo snd mission estimates,

,,,,_,,,_____._______._

Table 3.2

BALANCK OF PAYMlNTS (CUtINT ACCOUNT DETAILS). 1972173 - 1983/14 (in willionUS dollars) 1972/73

Merchandise eaxports, fob Merchandise importa, fob/c&fLI Traed 8lenct

1973j7§

127§175 125/76a

1976/77

1981/82

-470.4

A1.0591

-903.1

59.4 (15.0) ( 4.1) (11.7) (26,5)

Non-factorservices, paym_nts C-Othertransport) C- Travel) Governmentservices, Gn.e.i.) C-Other)

-35,0 ( -5.7) ( -6.6) (-15.7) C -7.1)

-48.7 (-18.6) ( -4.4) (-12.2) (-13.6)

-56.3 (-22.3) ( -3.5) (-16.9) (-13.7)

-51,1 (-11.3) ( -6,2) (-18.2) (-15.5)

-57.5 (-13.2) ( -4.9)

-lI 14.4 ( ,, ) C ,, )

Investment income, payments -1.7 C- Interest on external public M<debt Lh) ( - ) (- IHI servicecharges) (-0.5) C- Otherinterest A investment income) (-1,2)

J-14,

13.4 C ,, ) C *- ) -10.4 (-7.3) ( (-2.0)

ILl.

-659.2

*1.649.7

113.8 (23,8) C 7.4)

-1.8922,3 -1.946.0

)(82.9)

222.3 C 40.3) ( 16.6) ( 30.3) (135.1)

214.0 213,0 ( 36.0) ( ,, ) ( 16.0) ( ., ) ( 33,0) ( ,, ) Ji29.0) *

-82.A -128.9 (-19,1 (-26,6) ( -8.3) (-15.6) (-20.3) (-28.9) 5 (-19.1) (-25.7) )(-74.7)

-172.8 (-60,2) (-14,0) (-41.5) (-57,2)

-le4,8 (-39.2) (-18.4) (-37.0) (-90,2)

-181.0 (-47.0) (-20.0) (-39.0) (-61.0)

)

-- z.La 0I

.1'.5

13.0 ( ,, ) C *- )

16,1 C ,, ) C .- )

24.6 ( ,, ) C *- )

26,6 (19.7) C 6.9)

41,6 (23.2) (18.4)

-18,5 (-10,1) ( -4.4) ( -3.9)

-35.3 (-22.3) (-10,6) C -2.4)

-55.5 (-28.5) (-:4.9) (-12.1)

-58.7 (-32.1) (-14.0) (-12.6)

-63.9 (-3.0) (-13.4) (-12.4)

-77.3 (-43.3) (-13,3) (-20,9)

-I

-22.2

14. L

-9a 1.

91.5 t 23.4) C 68.1)

lLQd 51.9 (18.4) (33.5) -74.6 (-42,0) ( -6.0) (-24.6)

33,5 (13.0) (20.5)

-2,A

:5,

privateunrequLted transters, receipts

34.3

19.9

35.1

29.6

60.6

113.5

143.4

210,3

379.4

424.1

Privateunrequited transfere. payments

-

-0.5

-0.1

-0.8

-0.4

-0,4

-0,5

-0.2

-0.4

-0,1

34l

1i9.

.IJQ

ZiJ

ADI

ILL1i

142.6

-547.1 S :P1A -1003.4

A

-439.1 i

Lj

-8.J0 8

:8.3 1.435.7J

294.0 , , t ,) ,,

-14.0 C ., ) C ,, ) ( * ) C .. )

57.0. 16,0 (16.0) ( - )

) -212,0 ( ,, C .,

LL 48,0 (4860) ( ) -163.0 (-61.0) (-37.0) (-65.0)

-169.0

-115.0

628.0

552.0 I

W3.4.A 6A26

21I

-1,531.0

-130.5 -185.0 (-47.2) (-46.3) (-37.1) (-33.7) (-46.2) (-105,0)

_,

-3701

-1.623,0

162,6 C 35,1) C 10.3) 40,4) ( 76,S)

ad L2

82.2 (17.5) ( 5.7) (15.2' (43.7)

-946.3

i, L.9

CurrentAccountBelence

1983/1§

-555,3

62,9 (13,2) ( 3.1) (16.8) (27.8)

PrivAteunrequitedtransfers. ne!

1282163

-42S.g

82.5 (14,8) ( 2.8) (24.4) (40.5)

Investment incomp. nat

1280/81

404.6 489.6 609,7 722,3 710.7 626.0 686,0 622,0 -875.u -1,349.0 -1,556.0 -2,372.0 -2,533.0 -2,572.0 -2,309.0 -2,353,0

34.4 (10.2) C2,5) C 5,5) (16.2)

net

1979180

369.7 344,0 371,9 -925.0 -1,403.0 -1,275.0

43.1 ( 7.3) ( 1.3) (14.4) (19.0)

investment income,receipts (- Intereston reserves Lk) (-Otherinterest4 investment income)

1978/79

354.2 .70.0

Non-factor services, receipts (- Othertransport) (- Travel) c-Governemnt services, n.e.i.) C- Otb47)

N!o-fjctor services,

1177J78

H.u

-1591 Q

-1L107.0 -1.012.C

20.0400

23.7600

gMremoradum ZItm Averageannualexchange rate (T/UBS$)

7.7808

7.9661

8.8759

14.8521

15.4667

15,121S

lessthanU65 0.5 million. * not separately avallable. * not aplicable.

LA Merchandiseimportsare rdportedon a mixedvaluationbasis,partlyfob and partlyc6f. Lk

7T on averagelevelof reserves. Including commitment charges. Represents merchandise importssustainable withprobablefinancing scenarLo projected.

Sources: Bangladesh lank-Ministryof Financeend Planning, ExternalResources Divslion; PlanningComissioni IMF; IEID,ExternalDebtReporting System;and missionestimates.

15.2228

15.4777

16.3447

24.9500

IALAKI Of PAVNIMTS f7AP1TAL A1O0WM 8T,AIU3L.

1mm17 1iiu1k Amrtlnatioo

of exteroall public 338LT debt

Aid diabuuoanats. total (- ood aid) C-CowdltI 4 cashaid) (-Project aid 6 techolcel

5saistence)

-0.9

-10.1

75.4 St4Q4-!TIA1r4s51at6) ( - ) oi at )(-) C-oq.aaatoryDravings) (15.4) C- Coqeuetory FsamoissFacility: enpartearnings ahootfai"l)( C- CoeCQ9" a::to1ry losc Facility: cerealimportsescee.) (-3 (- toeded FinancingFacilIty: OrdlBarr) ( (-uteowdadlaoclzsraeCil!yauw ((-CurrueDyeebseriptioaa 6 Irepecasee)C-2 (- Sebariptiosa 6 repurcbaaea of reserve assets) (-3

Otherloss-tar. capital. not -Direct &portfolio imvatw&at,anot) (-suboctripiooe to inters.t,osal wos-"*Rtery ortaiaslotlocl (-Other. see) cspitsl,

uat

(-lasideotofficial sector not) (- Dpost inet aaka ae!5

s-Oher. met

Ucrora A cominiaeio, setLA

-30.2 C,. (

(-2

(-2 (-2

C-2 -"1 C-2 (-2

C-2 C-2

8.2 ( ..

.

* .1

(

C.

a?

-3

(

3

(4.)

2.3 C(.. ) (-5.5) (32.6)

C

-2

C -I

14.4 ( .. ) (-3.6) (OL.)

-0.5

-20.2

23.2 .. ) t-9,1) (32.3)

1

C - 2 C-

- )

-51.0 1,030.0 (119.0) (482,1) (368.4) -e3,4 (-22.8) (20,G) ( I ( -) 1 -I 1 I

) -2

12.0 ( .. ) 11-M.) (11.0)

25.0

( -I) (3.01 )

-

W iAI

LWI epa liULf 9IJJU

_8.11. -1.e3.&IL J1.428L3-L392lJ

-51.0 -45.0 ( .0) ( .. I (-33,0) (-81.0) (-29.0) (18.0)

3.1

I

-)

C

20,1 -I

-1

)

-38.4 0.1) (-11,51 ( - I

(-)

(

I

-19.0 ( - I (5.0) (-24.0)

C-3 (-2I (-

(-3

-27.3 -3.0) 8.0) I (-48.4)

(45.1)

)

312 l7471IOII

-31.3

-0.2 (-9.21 ( 2

-25.8 (-38.80) (13.0) - I

--

-50.4 1,222.4 (314.1) (311.9) (469.9)

*SO.I

-39.0

1,14.1. 1.236.1 (194.1) (230. (393.0) (431.3) (560.1)I (584,3)

22.4 ISM. 49.5 ( 49.1) (-1.0) ( -I (-29,9) (186.9) ( -1.3) (-42.8) ( (68.3) I -I I -1 ( -) 151 ( (135.1) ( 2 .) (-39.3) ( -) ( -2 (-24.4) (-18.8) 10.1 .. ) (-.0) (12.1)

40.5 1 ( .. ) I (-.9) (62.0)

32.9 ( 74.1) (-93.0) ( 49.22

25.1 C 81.6) (-94,31) C 34.9)

21.4

90.1

282

40.5

65.0

(57 2,51 5)

10.1

(38.0) 2.5) C-

(0v.81) 2,2 I

(8.21 (5.4)

-

)

(( I (-2 85.0 I..

-74.0

7j,.0

1,345.5 1,161.0 (255,4) (211.01 (451.2) (439.01 (638. 2) (552.0) 46.9 24,6)

19,0 (10.0)

(4.209)

-

(5.)i I (

-

(

-

I -8. 8)

t.51.0)

(-I -2

C (

-2

(

( (

-36,10 .2

(65,01 (-36,0) 165.0

iiUtJ

dJL.f2ILZ

-6,0

-) -

-2,0 C

(-2.01 -31.0

---.

(-) -2 (2

(1-2 ((

1

-

(55.01 (60.0) -232.2

10,6 -

206,5 -

12.4 -

I-

-1

OtherIit, Chasgein reserviai Lk (- - increase)

-30,3

56.1 (41.8) (41:21 C ) (-9.0) C-)

-86.0 (.. I

19.3 (..3 (35.1) (-1 0.0)

Cooot.rpert it... (- SDa allocations I A ctaton (-Diatcrib-tiou of IIW toldsaleprofits, goat) Res8.titution of goldby the IMF

-1.L.L

-:3.1

-06.1

34.6 64.9 (~~~~~34. 8) (2.61 ( () 62.3) I

-24.0 C .. ) (.,3 ( .3

LLabilitles eonatituties foreign suthorities' reserves. set Kocaptional flaancissIMF(TrustFood l"oos, sat) IMFSubaidyAccouctgreata) IMF I lubsid7 Auounmtgrastai) (-foodSorrowlia) (-food Los a mourtisLue on)

mUlp

I6121W

1013/16

-*1.1

3853)8

-

551.4 481.3 901.3 808.2 533.2 me8.? (102.6) (222.11 (383,3) (313.5) (111.6) (111.81 (282.92 (108.2) (375.61 (369.2) (252.9) (314.3) (Palo) (124.4) (143.5) (125.5) (MOM6 (271.5)

Us.-a of14 credIt,not

8hort-teru

1l1I1.1

JZLZ~~~~~~~~~~-70. 2*L7.L:.LE0RLA J1814

Cowrant Account laluoca

1011)13

I

(-I

C-I

C-2

5.u, 3 (1.1

(

I

-28,9

-4.3

(-2

20.4 (20,4)

(.) OC-I (2.1)

.181. (0.6 I 3.21)

-

3-2

--

(

48.1 -

-54,4

-45.2

20.9 (20.9)

19.1 (19.7)

(638.2) (.2

22.8 ((-

53.1

-80.1

25.2

-124.2

318.5

24.4

12A.0

Reserve level,cudof JuneLa. (will. 230) - OccrVes,eocladlsg sold (mill, 0s23 c old. osatioul yaluatioo (sill. US$2

112.5 112.8 -

I15,10 115.0 -

266.3 266.3

213.2 233.2

-

-

293.9 282.9 1.0

268.7 261,8 5.5

392.9 381,3 5,6

214,4 250.1 23.2

250.0 231.5 18.5

lOS.! 81.9 11.0

Atd disbursements. total(will.0ll) Grant.(mill.058) -Loase (mill. 050)

551.4 431.0 520.4

481.2 113.8 287.4

901,2 352.3 351.0

508.2 244,1 363.5

533,1 264,8 288.3

828,1 392.8 430.1

AveraigeearneItscchange rats (ff220

7.10 I o

l ocethan908 0.5uillhlos, * no, eaa y avetllable, * aplcble. o LA. l.ciodisg valoatios lbeage.otherthenthoa.of reserves. ehAn400is thevaloaiocofsev. Isciadiog bId (eatloa auto) /.lscludes purebas. of 80I 11.2millionto coepeneete for excessive cerealimport paymastasad repurchase of 825 23.1 millionforowercompemaoaion.

I:loIuJdisg

Sources:8ongladebh lask; Kioistry of Fient.esodPlanning, lstesqel lscources Divisiool Pleoiogt Comisiooj 11W;1550,Estaroal Dabti paprtias systemi and s1.s(o5 estimates.

15.4861

15.3215

(-1

-335.2

340,3 322.5 II.8I

1,030,0 1,222,2 1,141.3 3,238.1 1,345,5 113.2 592.1 584,4 891,3 120.0 416.8 630.1 562.9 53.8, 625.5 15,2228

25.4111

C-

- )

-151.3

14.8521

(--

57.5

.6.859

(-I

5.2

21.2

1.9661

85,6-

16.3447

20.0400

23,7000

.1166,0

516.0

1,268.0 10.00 560.0 24.9500

-22-

(is

'OOD013 dollars) Proyaisalwa

MU?m 185.061

-Mjt

Jeste woomtacmzm Jat. apacianty products teacher

& immfluc Products 1E" products

spicms. intl- twrisd Fruits 6 vsgacablem

-

-

-

-

-

24.276

30,192

37.975

45,614

75.408

65,531

56,61b

63.061

58,460

33.26

86,3no

3.061 1.631

4.413 3,459

46593 1.320

13.600 955

16,553 669

11,192 %,6012

34,357 1,703

37.067 461

39.550 1.531

52,811 1.47'%

72060 1.640*.-

95.000

sz,m0

388 61

1,792 125

1,343 263

1.392 611

21.488 55

17,331 19 6

36,127 81 157

66,513 1 386

48.780 6 1,237

176

400 17 156

1,221

1.252

435

wsmts

14,706

Mtfissues 012 cake Itoat & rices brs. Rice

uat-

A shlls

640 17

9

.

-

-

-

-

33

24

wa6icraftu ?uct=sry6cirprod

-

-

-

85

-

32

69

-

-

45 27 -

200 127 659

121 176 1,313

-

6 silk

wacoe

3

-

206 265 363 .

39 -

-

-

-

ifl

6 fssuCsRuC C8Pomrau Vaba Sbmo6boo prodect Uattbsa Pulp Usseprint Paper Uwbmroed Apaticls beo Ceilapbso 3AS'm

-

WsOW

erd

2,463 351 2 -

239 d&

4 -

Urn

-

mlgsts

-

-

it1 7

3,376 210 1L21 34 813 26 58 -

45

Usphtbs Parames, oilt

-

Sivan

-

Wirse 6 cablesA*LI obchm

1K

162

35m3a 39,5 a

laTucS.

Paurla:

sit

itms

far which details

we. sot

03

40,672 37.936 183 1,572 4 964 E 1166

.

-

-

-

.

60

63

113ie

-

-

-

-

-

26

5.617

68,540 5,250 1.2-0

.-

31

...-

-

-

-

2,000

631

1

-

-

238 200 555 77 17

388 117 838 369

254 116 3.378 454 68

346 161 624 a66 63

17 6

6 68

389 103

10n 151

830 3.242

550 7,000

648 10.310

416 35,600

906

1,746 3

2,540 73

3,268 12

3,448 72

2,800

2,486

2,375

606 376

344 567

238 1,236

646 3

-

-

-

126

-

1,201 237 135 251 113

342 Th

150 167

51 98

-

III

54 273 3a 656 53.30 1,464 51 48 512

270 S.6no 665 257 287 65

64 166

200 86

1.835

1,030

1.065 mg

556 1.163

} 2,420 1

130 2.260

90 3,600

-

5, am

-

-

3,926

-

-

so

154 44

21 380

-

-

7,300 7,063

3,658 2,937

9,235

20,248 2,609

-

29,3M5 15,281

-00

17

28

456

160

2,330

1,263

24

123

342

713

337

796

625

776

shunt mscaastsiy.

95

320 B0 55 98 61 4,740 83,CU0

. ..

359 1

200 589

6,160 110 40 2.22

1,540 1,566 30 4 15

58 620

134 530

.

5,998 12 .. ..-

-

. -.

~~~~~~ ~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 10,350 5,734 ~~~~~~~~~ 10,000 741

Kapert Proastima huera; SNLasgi ah tuneas of Statistics; sNtasidess Juts Kills Carporation; SN2adlsde. Jots heport corpoortis; Bassadeob Taa loanr; Nagltedek uGar= d Food Zaiostnisa Curpousia; Ilaladeub Cbmta1 lIndstraes Corporation; magladoab Potroleum Corporattom; and Pisosio Commision.

1,200 65

400 2"15 40 575

-

.11

7,352 903 52 80 624

-

92 saan 40an

..

-9

8,186 2,548 5 132 1,.433

-

--

SW0

-

19is

4,033

487 141IJ 63 99

n7.m

.

360

-

2,6U0 25S 55 1in 226

am 4m09

66,S5W 2,238 1,200

427 1,376

263 286 583 1

38

618s

m

-

-lase tbm m500. not available. /-

-

275

.

zt2 M 361,315 22,60

1,470..-

329 937

231 252 2 1,453 77 183 28 392

-

32.951

22 1.023

-

82 -

594

613B 601

117.190 3M36115 20.067

301 1,316

-

-

109,810 305,124 12.455

-

-

1

141,652 20,3W 8,03

101 123

-

452 1

113.864 357.033 1,422

453

2

-

7 63 3

1,274L 393

143,510 381.424 7.542

138

25

III

96,15 246, mD

1

35

-

'LS

Ass'a

6

-

intl. silk salomns

Pbmzswsutk,.1m Clycoriso

177.645

238

~~~-

ant-

Peutilas, Neeayino

511 17

-

-

Crude fertilizers Lelel cnasing Usgage skins Tartoaso S turtle N4estWm-

114.243 t73.676

25.526

9,687

Rawcocte Cattom tsCatoa yars S threa Kapok

na,23M

16,153

6 uwses

TM. Tobacco Matal Immune-

2.m 261.115

143.134 275.013 3,391

-

PromsemhrLipm fish & froilsgs Other

128,ro 194,90

Pro.jcted

.

30,160 11,250 2 ii ..

(3,2336&

.-

18,910

23,600

IL,307

-

5,610

3,120

135 &.310

21,0m -

722

(30736R

,73 6096727m22m 10n9i&an96 SWL= m 0 ma2 ON

C

)L e00

AbkI 3 S

!hA&Lm0j ZUCn1D8I

lice Wheatf dibleoil0 Oilbeefds Oabyfood Other food iteees.

192173

1973/74

1|974/75

1975/76

1216/77

73.381 279.687

20.817 104,000 311.933 440.100 37.880 11.223 10.470 13,497 . 0.001 31.669

161.835 204.365 40.440 24.710

54.038 96.762 26.486 4.391

0.030

5.624

.295

Crudepetroleum A L|5 Petroleumproducts ,to"- oelll Coke pis Iron

16.475 14.072 3.722

Fertilliers lnoecticidea

24.360

-

6.996

24.785

1979/g0

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)lI.s

2.0,1 ELI)

tan tan.

nia

77NI6. n.eP

kft 251291

an is..L

ma. saLt sta e...at Imul sanh." ma. a. in... Lk, a (IE.

as.sa n.e

15.45 n.e.

~~~~~~ ~~~~~~5.0`. e1.7m1 C.me. i.e tam alt.) a.n.1

.

mi..fiaa em it.a..a0 ta tsa anib

alIas huE

-

..

.-

Ses:,a

ttal

IL S. am1.net 211.aa. act.24 meI

-

,a.m n2.1

misha. (mIss)

zaL.ss

IC.SQ i W

SaLlE li 71.

,4a16 'A.U

M". stag s

35541 ,lm

act.).k aee.en~~~~~~~ Lie. ..

a1a.-1a. ma1

.. a.

ha. mta. as) ha.a. -aia

labs

a..,? " S.1i Eia.ta ttn11

t &?.ic

sw nan

ee..4i siLls atla

"ltf

?.mi3

1at -1tra si-,.

ma.. - ...

ha..

23.7

.nr6 SLi4G usa

5...aLs ael 7 t..era. tean~~~~~.. hat. ass ma.. a. .... ainimitna i... a..ai. nsa sen

ieee)

12.9

aM:

-. a Lkm-s)

sea

2saw1

~4lasIT11

1a. 5)

ma..sit a.Lit

at.. aLk

.. nz

C, ate,)

2.5

ma) a

baap mle

it.,,

Mi

tea-

hm2-

,T.itb to.its2

SI.". a.as.am

194.311 2U.W

atan. ml ao ha. aalCma

ha..ana,

In.m. Lttin S.Ut36M JB." a. .

as.a,% Eaa.ia)

n

ab(-Ia.

an.. MISSQ at.ea0.26L tM.m5f

&ams 2)ftl 15.0

ma..'N anl,aa ma.-.m npoa.

anm ass.it

aaa.im I sss.tm

moem sin

I tItan a ui.t.43 iu.1.

PI- ..

52.32U0

aaai5

K3.E.

IG.t.t

222.s.sh

I-Li,l

tai

T..t

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DEGO AND UNITO PRICK INDICES. 1973174 - 193US$ (1972/73 - 1I0)

1973/74 A.

Pr-ovisiomal Projected

19E2M. .J9ML....

19.IELI

CKPORTP31CE INDICES saw jute Jute smeafcture. Jutte specialty product.s Tea leather & leather products Frozen shrimps, etc.

101.8 103.0 .

.

.

.

.

143.4 93.5 122.5

191.9 93.5 114.7

163.4 212.3 159.8

257.7 155.1 202.5

329.3 169.3 160.7

Newsprint Paper Usphceb

182.4 128.0

194.9 427.1 659.0

137.1 249.4 294.5

115.6 210.0 352.7 306.2

158.9 250.7 360.2 363.4

Furnace

...

oil

Bitwuen

S.

1974175 1975176 1976177 1977178 UZ9.&f9 1979LE1n9AILS. 198LE

113.0 117.7

111.3 90.0

...

..

...

..

..

..

Urea

.

Sugar

...

. ..

105.9 84.5

..

121.8 101.2

..

153..6 130.6 127.6 314.5 316.7 192.6

154.0 191.9 219.9 289.6 259.7 255.4

129.1 151.5 185.7 286.5 230.6 191.8

112.4 118.2 173.9 254.2 237.0 210.4

103.4 135.8 155.8 324.6 202.5 214.7

130.1 149.5 130.9 471.2 271.6 202.5

158.4 150.0 197.1 445.4 311.5 195.9

163.8 185.2 543.6

219.6 357.4 970.2 751.1

261.8 357.5 854.9 906.5

325.4 300.0 940.4 813.4,

254.8

267.2 401.7 860.6

860.

.. ..

.

.

.

..

..

130.0

..

. ..

...

321.4 236.4

.

... ..

101.3 800.0 1,000.0

.. 960.0

202'.0

212.8

251.0

Others

148.0

157.0

147.0

17,2.0

183.0

186.0

212.0

210.0

183.0

228.4

220.4

222.6

Wejabted Avatr.

10&.5

119.0

103.4

12R.!

126.5

160.9

198.9-

175.7

147.7

15M,5

lill

tISM

lice Ubeat Edible oils Oilseeds Fertilizers

129.4 171.5 140.6 208.9 140.5

207.4 189.1 159.4 291.9 370.2

216.1 164.9 138.0 183.5 263.6

146.0 144.4 134.8 204.5 138.9

126.7 102.9 142.4 204.8 114.0

174.2 144.1 160.4 233.9 215.2

144.7 186.4 131.6 263.1 233.1

259.0 187.2 135.9 234.2 291.1

169.6 187.3 135.7 243.4 222.3

159.5 164.8 134.0 186.2 214.3

166.2 15L.5 181.3 234.2 207.8

143.3 163.7 161.1 244.9 189.1

Crude petroleum Petroleum products Coal A coke Pig iron Cement Clinker

264.2 173.1 164.7 109.6 197.6

533.2 253.2 245.3 81.8 320.7

463.3 255.0 223.7 69.4 204.5 201.6

477.1 255.9 219.7 67.8 226.2 201.6

548.5 313.1 337.2 103.1 266.4 350.9

891.1 540.5 394.0 100.1 358.4 331.1

1.165.2 611.4 499.3 102.8 333.9 440.0

1,254.7 732.2

1,143.8 759.5

1,026.5 527.1

1,022.1 573.1

323.9

263.5

222.7

204.5

...

394.7 289.5 359.4 81.4 207.0 228.9

Rew cottan Staple fibres Tarn Textiles Capital goods Others

195.9 242.1 94.3 194.7 121.8 121.8

195.7 216.3 121.2 227.5 144.6 144.6

143.4 152.1 155.1 259.7 155.7 155.7

219.9 182.4 108.3 210.9 163.8 163.8

161.0 196.1 87.2 115.3 186.2 186.2

190.5 224.3 76.3 325.3 213.7 213.7

185.6 442.5 93.0 369.6 237.0 231.0

248.2 230.4 87.7 400.0 240.7 240.7

248.5 226.3 74.6 421.1 233.5 233.5

169.8 222.8 91.5 451.6 226.5 226.5

189.4 241.2 160.2

243.5 249.1 236.4

218.5 218.5

220.7 220.7

Weighted Aversxe

144.9

1WJ,

180.2

178.2

1683

fl%J9

23d

26.9

i259J9

23-7.4

225j

220.1

72.1 lf

63.4

57.4

A1LA

75.0

7.01.

IL6!

65.1

(6.4)

(2,2.7)

C 2.7)

(-14.7)

(14.6)

DamS

PRICE TUICES

C. TRSM OF TRADE (anumal 'hange,

-not -not

in 2)

-.

(-27.9)

(-12.1)

(-9.5)

84L7 (10.0)

6.61. (-21.4)

0.62. (23.8)

available. applicable.

NgS&: These price indices are hesed on ezport prices (fob) and import prices (elf) in US dollars, rathsr the various coodit ise/camodity groups. The weights used in estimating aggregate price indices values in current prices. Scarce:,

925.4

..

..

Niasion

calculations

and estimates.

then on the Teka price. aer the respect ive yents

of

A C 6.3)

-27-

Table

3. 9

IMPORT FINANCING. 1972/73 - 1983/84 (in millions of US$)

Cash

Barter

Special Trade

WES La

Loans & Grants

541.0

Total

1972/73 1973/74 1974175 1975/76 1976/77

396.3 397.3 273.7 430.1 307.2

49.4 64.0 62.0 23.7 28.8

3.0 5.2 2.7

41.2 40.4 56.2

392.9 8 0.7 786.5 449.9

986.7 854.2 1,190.6 1,285.9 844.8

1977/78 1978/79 1979/80 1980/81 1981/82

497.3 442.6 901.7 1,056.3 976.9

48.6 73.7 75.4 96.6 100.6

2.6 2.9 3.5 2.7 4.1

88.1 116.1 177.4 334.3 342.2

794.7 1,005.6 1,181.2 1,178.9 1,262.9

1,431.2 1,641.0 2,339.2 2,668.8 2,686.7

479.8 677.0

50.0 63.0

10.6 14.0

479.2 498.0

1,290.1 1,186.0

2,309.7Lb 2,438.0

1982/83 l983/84p

-

-

p - preliminary. /A AS

WES = Wage Earners' Scheme. Adjusted.

Note: Data reflect payments, rather than commodity arrivals. Valuation for commodities financed under loans and grants is on a mixed fob/cif basis, depending oa the terms of the respective aid agreements; all other categories reflect cif valuation. Source: Bangladesh Bank,

Statistics Department.

table 3.10 EXPORTSHIPMENTS OF RMA JUTS.1972173- 1983/84 ('000bales) U72/73 j973174 1l974/75 19715761976/77 1977/78197B1791979/801980/81128182 182/_831983/84 July August September October Noveamber December

143 138 108 171 255 281

202 84 120 15S 169 280

169 172 218 228 118 192

73 38 108 129 145 249

112 100 97 171 281 239

37 16 46 262 340 322

36 69 72 298 291 238

114 147 61 181 157 238

125 100 145 94 293 243

84 83 54 180 194 219

70 87 117 216 252 200

118 101 62 151 248 270

January February March April Hay June

310 203 337 285 268 327

280 313 196 317 254 292

172 105 91 58 31 84

283 336 350 257 224 155

364 286 270 132 171 53

194 137 125 88 52 48

236 201 159 143 138 87

152 250 190 93 189 196

105 215 197 130 143 153

149 165 220 170 240 153

211 208 344 201 189 151

273 188 183 80 131 97

21.826 2.662

1.548

Total ('000 bales)

Total('000metrictons) 512.7 483.0 p

-

2.347 2.276

167

L

1.968 L.A94 1.91

1.902

280.9 425.8 412.9 302.4 357.1 357.1 352.7 346.7 407.6 345.2

projected.

/a Data in parentheses representtentativeforecasts. otej: 1 bale of jute - 400 lbs.

1 metricton - 5.512bales. Sources:Bangladesh JuteExportCorporation; Miuistryof Industries and Comerce, JuteDivision.

Table 3.11

MINIKUMILOWEST MONTHLYEXPORTPRICES FOR RAW JUTE (BWD).1972/73 - 1983/84 (in Pounds Sterling 1972/73

1973174

1974/75

per long ton, unless

1975/76

1796/77

July August September October November December

112 112 112 112 112 112

114 114 116 116 116 116

144 150 165 190 200 200

155 155 155 155 155 155

$290 *290 $290 $290 $290 $30OLd

January February March April May June

112.7 114.05 115 115 115 114

116 116.32 119 124.9 133.15 138.8

200 200 200 200 180 160

155 155 160 J171 $302/b $290/c

$300 $32 01e $320 $320 $320 $320

Annual Averate /a

113.15

120.01

182.42

158.531i

1977/78 $320 $320 $320 $34OL/ $3 5 2LL $352 2

05/h 205 205 205 205 215

177.Q7/i 196.96/i

indicated

otherwise)

1978/79. 1979/80

1980/81

1981/82

1982/83/k

1983/84

215 215 215 215 215 215

193 173 158 158 158 158

128 124 124 124 130 135

132 140 145 155 160 160

165 1631 160 160 160 160

290 290 306 327 367 390

203 203 203 203 188 193

158 158 15OLi 134 131 130

132 132 132 132 132 132

162 165 168 168 170 170

$269/m $269 $269 0280 $280 $290

391) 39i 410 410 410 410

206.92

154.92

129.75

157.92

172.69

/a /b

Unweighted average of monthly prices. Price quotation was changed to US Dollars in May 1976. 1k Payments basis was changed to "on sight" in June 1976. 1j As of December 13, 1976. /e As of February 14, 1977. aL As of October 1, 1977. As of November 25, 1977. lb Price quotation was changed to Pounds Sterling in January 1978. Li Unweighted average of monthly/daily quotations; where necessary, convetted into Pounds Sterling by means of the monthly average exchange rates. Li The minimum export price for "Bangladesh White D" was suspended as of March 21, 1980. Prices quoted from March 1980 onward are lowest actual BWDexport contract prices for each month. Lk Beginning in FY82/83, prices are quoted per metric ton. Ll Minimum export prices were suspended for all grades as of August 14, 1982. Prices shown thereafter are "Indicative Prices". /m Price quotations were changed to US Dollars as of January 12, 1983.

kg

Note:

Source:

Prices shown prior to March 1980 are quoted minimum export prices for "Bangladesh White D" (BWD), f.o.b. Chalua/Chittagong. Prices shown thereafter represent the lowest actual export contract prices month for BWD. Since August 1982, the prices shown represent the "Indicative Price" for BWD. Bangladesh Jute Export Corporation.

fo- each

366.00

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Table 3.12 EXPORTS OF JUTE MANWFACTURES.1969/70 - 1983/84

Year A.

B.

Hessian

SackinA

CarpetBacking

Carpets Others /a

Ezuort Volumes (in metric tons) 1969/70 1970/71 1971/72 1972/73 1973/74

207,517 175,414 77,980 165,768 147,220

235,764 148,421 102,138 172,483 209,361

34,500 43,200 33,200 66,067 55,341

-

28,400 21,000 11,300 13,844 33,279

506,213 388,057 224,578 418,162 445,201

1974/75 1975/76 1976/77 1977/78 1978/79

138,773 161,802 154,056 187,000 178,603

184,261 201,347 211,700 245,183 202,761

41,600 63,390 72,892 78,122 75,100

-

20,130 19,653 22,178 20,452 9,285

384,764 446,192 460,826 530,757 465,749

1979/80 1980181 1981/82 1982/83 1983/84

169,982 182,782 188,562 224,599 214,097

210,414 238,676 292,912 195,961 162,234

61,632 76,244 54,306 90,750 94,199

57 221 697 236

5,674 3,677 1,354 2,109 4,603

447,702 501,436 537,355 514,116 475,369

-

108.7 133.3 122.5 30.0 74.0

773.4 667.8 450.6 1,440.1 1,552.6

( (

-

81.3 68.8 98.1 111.2 73.2

1,785.7 2,638.4 2,686.2 3,733.2 4,199.0

(201,185) (177,645) (173,676) (246,880) (275,836)

5,950.0 5,835.6 5,681.4 7,048.3 7,539.4

(384,424) (357,033) (283,502) (318,000) (301,576)

Export Values (in millions of Taka)

1969/70

413.4 302.0 160.6 443.0 632.3

251.3 232.5 167.5 634.1 581.2

1974/75 1975/76 1976/77 1977/78 1978/79

733.7 1,057.6 1,019.0 1,475.8 1,789.1

755.0 1,001.0 1,005.6 1,467.7 1,531.2

215.7 511.0 563.5 678.5 805.5

1979/80 1980/81 1981/82 1982/83 1983/84

2,713.4 2,475.9 2,264.1 3,364.2 3,738.7

2,190.2 2,345.5 2,655.8 2,184.1 2,045.5

997.7 982.0 731.0 1,429.1 1,658.9

1970/71 1971/72 1972/73 1973/74

* * *

333.0 265.1

-

3.7 9.7 36.8 13.1

48.7 28.5 21.0 37.1 83.2

- not available. - included in "others". /a

Total

Includes cotton bagging, twine, yarn, tape, mats, wall-coverings,etc.

Source: Bangladesh Jute Hills Corporation.

(

,.

)

.. ..

) )

(185,084) (194,901)

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Table 3.13 EXPORTPRICES OF UE MANUFACTURES. 1973/74 - 1983/84 (f.o.b. prices; Taka per long too) 1980/8

1981182I982/83

1973/74

1974/75

1975/76

1976/77

197i/78

1978/79

1979/80

1983/84'

July August September October November December

J,824 3,992 3,973 4,086 4,265 4,534

5,867 6.257 6,385 6,205 5,634 5,120

6,210 6,143 6,206 6,307 6,169 6,219

6,664 6,664 6,530 6,937 6,775 6,688

7,070 7,236 7,325 7,454 7,805 8,886

8,482 8,397 9,419 10,213 10,503 11,020

14,108 16,007 16,693 17,219 19,144 19,228

13,479 13,886 13,636 14,289 12,616 12,231

11,295 11,391 11:495 11, 9 11,. 12,465

13,321 13,307 14,033 14,852 15,712 15,809

15,404 15,650 16,033 17,085 18,227 19,275

January February March April May June

5,041 5,659 6,189 6,924 6,862 6,088

5,120 5,268 4,919 4,579 5,627 6,479

6,239 6,295 6,768 7,002 6,409 6,631

6,717 6,967 7,027 7,027 7,057 7,080

8,932 9,680 9,505 9,178 8,731 8.482

11,211 11,517 12,007 12,391 1t,853 13,511

19,042 17,219 17,414 17,120 15,399 14,220

11,576 11.308 11,250 12,131 12,006 11.291

12,95611,900 11,613 12,793 12,910 12,915

15,616 14,906 14,912 15,484 15,657 15,657

19,511 19,777 19,975 20,019 20,019 20,028

Annual Averate

5.120

5.622

6.383

6j845

8.357

10.960

16.901

12.530

12.105

14.939

18.417

July August September October November December

2,345 2,527 2,553 2,598 2,668 2,688

3,451 3,711 3,959 4,124 4,112 3,936

5,533 5,378 5,227 5,198 5,077 5,077

4,696 4,696 4,587 4,575 4,536 4,546

5,215 5,422 5,513 5,731 6,158 6,799

6,236 6,208 6,743 7,211 7,334 7,620

9,122 10,055 10,476 10.571 10,734 10,734

9,016 9,346 9,056 9,544 9,926 9,803

8,324 8,351 8,705 5,944 9,148 9,239

10,436 10,401 1D,726 11,086 11,777 11,845

10,822 11,207 12,129 13,273 13,910 14,315

January February March April May June

2,840 3,151 3,415 3,650 .1,522 3,435

3,936 3,962 3,853 3,682 4,429 5,690

4,782 4, 885 4,951 5,042 4,628 4,686

4,606 4, 802 5,099 5,553 5,671 5,569

7,037 7,458 7,331 6,968 6,510 6,236

7,860 8,065 8,401 8,548 8,835 9,585

10,734 10,412 10,304 10,304 10,210 9,446

9,610 9,344 8,992 9,141 8,944 8,458

9,849 9,487 9,488 9,759 10,168 10,259

11,701 11,409 11,116 10,994 10,994 10,994

14,315 14,349 14,430 14,430 14,430 14,430

Annual Averate

2.949

4.070

5.039

4.911

6.365

7.721

10.259

L2A5

9.10

11.123

13.503

July August September October November December

4,860 4,750 4,750 4,750 4.775 4,775

6,300 6,075 5,750 5,750 5,750 4,950

8,128 8,830 8,484 8,430 8,857 8,823

7,277 7,356 7,656 8,123 8,031 7,760

8,503 8,410 8,397 8,504 8,620 8,664

9,589 9,851 10,222 10,476 9,529 10,327

11,989 15,766 15,707 15,707 20,254 22,463

.. 13,074 12,398L.12,987 12,398 13,357 12,398 13,648 12,030 13,410 12,030 13,774

12,827 14,874 14,874 14,757 16,352 16,352

16,266 16,527 16,527 16,527 17,924 17,924

January February March April May June

4,475 5,250 5,250 5,350 6,150 6,293

4,950 4,950 4,990 5,100 6,219 8,078

8,801 7,654 7,940 8,299 7,487 7,483

7,959 8,173 8,144 8,341 8,518 8,512

8,685 9.402 9,402 9,276 9,589 9,589

10,442 11,307 11,307 11,307 11,696 11,989

21,910 16,220 16,220 16,220 16,220 15,322Ld

12,030 12,358 12,358 12,358 13,639 13,639

16,352 16,352 16,352 16,180 16,266 16,266

17,924 19,320 19,320 19,320 19,320 19,320

Annual Averaze

5.144

5,739

8.268

7.987

8.920

10.670

17.152

12.512/e113.025

15.650

18.0id

Keshia a

SackiDR

b

Carcet-Backina,

/c

13,300 13,105 13,105 11,908 11,908 12,725

- not available.

LI

11x12 - 40"; 10 oz./yard.Price quotations commonly provided per 100 yards converted here to tonnage banis. 2.25 lbs./bag; B. Tvills.-Price quotations commonly provided per 100 bags converted bere to tonnage basis. /c 7 oz./36 - 13Il0; cloth.Price quotations comonly provided per long ton. Id Based on saltsregistrations. &u Carpet-backing prices for 1980/81 avr! tbereafter are for 6-ounce cloth.

Lk 6r8 - 26-1/2";

Source:

Bangladesh

Jute Mills Corporation.

Zable 3.14 RAW JUTE EXPORTSBY DESTIRATION.1°67/6B-. 983184 (in '000 bales; includingmall quantitiesof mesta) 1967/681968/691969/701970/711971/721972/731973/741974/751975/761976/771977/781978/791979/801980/81l981/82l9S2/§31283/84 UnitedKingdom Belgium Yugoslavia Germany,Fed. Rep. Portugal Spain Italy France Netherlands

593 489 32 334 110 148 114 206 150

464 393 44 277 100 4 67 161 123

472 312 51 358 113 100 83 193 108

288 195 35 129 104 62 36 96 53

334 388 35 155 70 128 41 29 31

387 346 56 146 100 86 92 118 46

221 183 124 75 93 80 56 150 61

148 117 84 71 . 17 33 60 22

252 199 59 69 30 25 34 52 40

316 192 42 66 55 42 49 70 11

199 117 60 51 59 24 8 44 14

269 113 106 43 38 35 15 40 11

206 103 82 62 55 33 25 17 17

106 36 99 37 32 1S 32 14 8

117 87 98 28 35 20 1 12 -

87 97 36 40 12 23 13 3 -

82 68 80 11 19 10 38 19 1

USSR Poland Czechoslovakia

51 92 98

92 89 62

103 110 03

37 96 64

99 59 46

126 105 68

93 111 65

106 87 40

101 91 38

118 83 34

144 70 31

107 78 36

162 68 23

173 111 22

245 48 33

226 95 28

126 63 16

UnitedStates Canada Australia Japan

205 49 26 159

101 12 25 127

81 23 25 147

53 8 35 97

41 4 12 87

78 10 5 111

61 11 25 116

29 1 1 41

42 7 2 92

46 a 8 10 91

28 71 63

38 1 9 73

17 4 5 65

.31 4 5 53

50 5 4 39

41 6 2 37

14 10 40

China Pakistan

250 19 28

170 7 1

435 -

290 -

45 -

-

76

-

-

.

-

27

-

65 131 1 26 22

270 71 1 17 40

209 153 30 30 29

10 67

-

16 -

291 3 75 -

94 243 37 2 25 -

238

-

48 -

139 295 88 9 -

288 438 7 66 48 -

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

95 475 105 25 47 17 _

103 14 37 28 91 19

112 15 40 27 103 11

92 11 31 30 113 -4

EJ 16 27 26 290 33

40 17

95 51 35 34 17 9

54 65

..

..

Algeria

.. .

12 129 33 16

68 45 19 22 103 .. 7 29

75 58

.. .

86 52 22 14 94 27 21

66

33

33

31

Brazil

..

..

.,

.

49

-

-

55

India Thailand Iran Iraq Burma Mozambique Kenya Ghana Morocco Egypt Nigeria IvoryCoast

Igo.l

3L.23

Ministry

of Industries

-

9 -

19 41 6

81 47 29 22 78 25

185 33 41 41 114 49

55 36 27 11 121 79

88 23 40 18 138 41

90 63 30 29 101 78

95 49 15 26 74 38

94 41 2 34 170 27

..

..

.. ,.

.. .

..

..

-

-

25

.

.60

.

.

.

., ..

.. .

80

147

51

149

-

3.260 IL3.5 2.260 1.983 2.826 2.662 1L.54 L.,AL

* lose than 500 bales. , not separately available. 8.Arce:

21 49 -

93 9 13 -

106

and Conerce,

Jute Division.

L&a 276

1.

L.6

.. .

114

Liii

213

-

L29ah L9

Z2.ik

-

32 21 26 10

L.902

lablc 3.15 JUTE GOODSEXPORTSBY DESTINATION.1971/72- 1983/84 (in long tone) 1971/72 1972/Z3 1973174 1974/75 1925/76 1276/77 1977/78 m I UnitedStates Pakistan Iran Sudan Australia

51,121 125,855 108,726 76,559 138 11,341 14,418 22,590 68 18,321 29,918 22,271 4,411 15,645 35,338 15,128

Mozambique

3,167 4,720 12,491

Netherlands Belgium Burma Canada Egypt

5,631 9,688 8,606 4,455 -

Tanzania Turkey New Zealand Germany,Fed. Rep. Chile

., 3,402 6,751 1,881 5,656

669 2,905 2,290 8,936

Japan Italy Sri Lanka China Singapore

379 1,014 821 268 500

Argentina India Nigeria

13,051 -

Iraq USSR Syria UnitedKingdom

Indonesia * Kuwait IvoryCoast Total

104,242 25,503 26,198 14,284 26,778

116,976 45,092 24,717 35,852 20,580

5,734 11,410 11,673 15,682

41,187 13,515 29,154 3,915 140 13,232 17,861 11,020 .1,147 3,702 9,527 12,340 17,004 18,373 12,454 18,821 16,138

32,129 19,197 24,421 25,189 16,880

3,515 7,659 9,926 13,278 245

6,210 11,634 3,969 9,885 8,694

5,469 5,773 1,807 8,255 9,731

7,572 13,436 991 11,609 16,538

f. 4,213 2,685 2,248 9,928

4,847 3,765 1,330 6,010

14,517 4,602 3,192 2,241

1,533 2,252 3,914 10,893

9,638 5,388 9,567

2,661 1,586 6,755

600 2,357 406

6,442

9,772

19,436

12,731 -

16,999 -

1),094

6,406

,,

-

.,

-

-

-

-

, ,, ,. 22.L0li

111,322 13,634 14,464 30,954 20,976

.t .

-

,. o .,

t

-

.. ..s.

,. ,,

Z1179 1979/80 1980/L1 1981/82 1982/83 1983/WL 107,179 75,910 24,279 47,148 17,761 41,249 30,395 35,537 22,007 30,500

70,676 100,977 94,267 38,454 25,252 2,354 27,188 ,. 96,679 14,730 ,. 24,094 29,643 23,566 33,106

22,915 23,662 67,889 88,978 ,. 10,231 11,465 19,420 2,870 14,134 ,. 4,713 32,761 13,832 20,622 17,986 35,319 375 15,231 12,978 25,420 34,998 .. 11,895 13,934 12,515 9,474 11,977 e. 19,778

7,264 10,491 7,367 10,143 15,306 10,562 3,449 6,283 9,594 14,139 11,676 10,561 1,526 8,687 6,591 2,311 11,133 6,132 4,255 4,145

98,931 11,748 43,203 54,064 27,142

9,120 490 13,127 19,200 5,803 5,585 5,740 5,460 4,258 6,223

2,347 4,253 703 3,109 5,654

5,919 2,788 2,419 693 1,731

5,680 2,217 1,359 7,718 1,922

8,480 1,314 10,695

4,281 2,872

752 13,338 7,564

10,593 5,799 10,266 9,845 10,500 9,615 9,493 11,364 11,859 7,829 7,737 6,013 7,802 9,116 11,212 7,412 5,890 5,880 5,717 5,578

e. .. .. .. ..

6,482 15,220 7,803 3,873 2,231

8,437 17,204 4,843 4,944 1,530

.. .. ..

4,795 1,577 4,649 2,003 2,871 1,385 2,753 2,846 1,827. 2,332

3,537 1,563 1,335 2 4,089

to

900 -

3,315 -

.. ..

.. ..

.. ..

.. .,

..

,.

of

,,

3,298 6,660 go

534

,, ,, ,,

* ,, ..

4,727 34,372 7,171 9,413 13,320 8,809 15,162 5,101 5,023 386 8,990 5,936 92 . 11,365 230

-

100 o

*

7,562 6,690 7,219

o. to to

90 474 of

411.553 438.164 378.684 432.140 453,543 522.369 458W388 440,233 507.512 53&.710 514.116 475.369

a not separatelyavailable. . not applicable. MgMj: The table includeaall countrieswhich importedat leat 5,000 long tons of jute goods from Bangladesh in any singleyear since 1971172. Sources:BangladeshJute Hills Corporation; Hinistryof Industriesand Corerce, Jute Division.

-34-

Table 3.16 FERTITLJ7ERIMPORTS. 1963164 - 1983184 (lonr tons)

Urea 1963164

1964165 1965166 1966167 1967168 1968169 1969/70

1970171 1971172 1972173

5,775 59,399 62,698 88,424 113,626 105,084 107,115 123,600

TSP

DAP

Nmm

Others

Total

-

7)000

-

-

-

27,163

21,246 6.989

-

-

-

82,890 124,449

-

7,200 11,829 10,000 24,045 34,149

148,576

-

1,741

-

-

-

-

255,401

2,689 116,256

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

109-tO4 239,856

-

146,807 229,288

-

-

48,669 46,232

-

57.211 83,648 15.988

-

95,554 47,421

-

1975176 1976177 1977178 1978179 1979180

71,171 10,827 256,244 343,038 281,748

219.217 20,453 112,788 101,888 170,823

-

1980/81

62,929 250,324 43.000 93,525

190,'08 144,995 135,000 123,807

4P,574 6,890

-

36,791

,843

15,350 13,394

-

-

10.679 12,894

17,126

-

-

82,400 41,568

36,909 75,535 59,083

-

-

-

5,906 3,248

3,874 7,874

35,611 36,307 72,000

41,914 25,590 44,000 60,000

-

-

17,717

76,420

Super-phosphate (SP). Potassium sulfate (PS). Triple phosphate (TP) Zinc sulfate and zinc oxy-sulfate.

Source:

HP -

-

140,036

La /b Jc_ /d

AS 7,000 7,100

-

20.063

1973/74 1974175

1981182 1982183 1983184

MP

AS DAP HP MP NFK

Bangladesh Agricultur*l Development

-

-

-

-

Ammoniu sulfate Di-ammuoniumphosphate Hyper-phospha.e Muriate of potash NitroPhosRa

Corporation.

7.784

-

-

PS TP TSP SP

4,921I, 1,96 81b -

1,476/c -

1,476Ld -

2,561

145,259 196,117 197,157

329,147 41,123 405,941 614,117 564,344 350,255 465,000 294,000 356,313

- Potassium sulfate

- Triphos (Triple phospate) - Triple super-phosphate - Super-phosphate

-35-

Table 3.17 EW0oNWCASSISTUK. (in '000 US Dollars)

SWAET O7 MUNL

Cion Year

Fiscal

Ac

1971172

Food Aid uted DiPbtee (piliL

171.445

129.619 (41.866)

1972173

258.772

182,552 (118,086)

1973/74

155.152

228,745 (44.493)

1974175

461.064

382.280

Com_dity Aid /a Co_smiteed Disbursed Qiplnr)

ProSect Co£itted

293,693 137,707 (155.986)

146.626

302,120 288,908 (169.198)

324,441

171,952 108.206 (232,944)

224,200

419,151

390,615

240.752

1976177

313.483

143.143

3.474

360,885 304,146

270,800 (341,004)

79.984

586,333

124.377

551,304 1,270,890

901.294 (1.134.405)

125.541 (972.108)

964.690 (1.290.871)

808.224 553,082

297,692 158,584 (1.111,216)

74.981

(339.425) 426,049 374,286 (371,188)

601.875 276,466 (1,436.625)

1,166,739

(33,100) 1978179

300.657 179.092 (154,665)

599,438 482.512 (488.114)

889,270 368,370 (1,957.525)

1.789.365

1.029,974 (2,600,704)

1979130

270,022

25,346

623,252 469,896 (2.110.88)

1,17B.620

1,222.449 (2.556.475)

(72.129)

252,938

461.328 (764,869)

143.451

363.053

551.444 (674.893)

(734.596) 369.200

Diabursed

611.,D4

(487.432)

(268,217) 121.560

Total Ce_itted C (ipeline)

(388.609)

(276.532)

(50.486)

Aid /b Disbursed lin)

(143.152)

375,563

(123.277) 1975176

1971172 - 1983181

1977178

138,815

177,844

374.687 (50,000)

1980181

202.872

198115

218,1W 248,350

1983181

354,872 393,023 (357,594)

1.082.01o 560,121 (2.632, 841)

1,639,825

1,147.216 (3.849,084)

230.500

491,499 421,353 (427,569)

1.233.526 583.275 (3.282.092)

1.943.125

1,236.125 (3,756.081)

451,865

1.005,710 638,213 C.:6A9.589)

1.738,440

881,657 552,241 (4,419,005)

1,694,987

255.450 (39,300)

484,380

276.381

528,167

285,163

(460,104)

(48.079)

La Id

I9M: Source:

The dats shown in parenthases Ministry

of Finane,

External

439,194 (691,077)

Includes cash aid. Includas technical assistance. Data for 1971/72 refer to the period Projected by 00L.

a iV

328.596 (1.840,913)

194.072 (58. 800) (46.400)

1982183

377,866 (395,594)

(1.502,770)

from December 17, 1971, to June 30, 1972.

indiete

the annualclosing

Resources Division.

pipeline

(i.e.,

coitted

1,345,528 (4.148,"3)

aid not yet disbursed).

1,267.819 (4,576,161)

-36Table 4.1 EXrERNAL PLILIC

DEBT OUTSTANDING INCLUOING UNDISBURSED AS OF JUN

INCLUDES ONLY DEar CoMMITTED JAN I. tt90 - JUN DEBT REPAYABLE IN FOREIGN CURRENCY AND GOODS (IN 11tOUSANDS OF U.S. DOLLARS)

SUPPLIERS CREDITS AUSIRIA FRANCE NETIIERLANDS PAKISTAN SINGAPORE TURKEY USSR

2.917 400 33.307

YtUGOSLAVIA rOtAL SUPPLIERS

50.097 96.370

4.741 27.52t

6.408 19.040 8.873 572 21.857 56.750

11.440 3,043 * 2.043 16.526

280 9.369 -

CREDITS

FINANCIAL liISFITUTIOtlI5 AUSTRIA FRANCE INDIA NETHFRI ANDS UNINED KINGDOM i-IAL FINANCIAL INSlITUlIDNS LOANS BANK

265.831 48.000

IBRD)

BILATERAI thANS BEtGIUM BULGARIA C41NA CZECII.SLO.AKIA TiENMARK F I N.Aft) rRANCE

20.469 297 39.191 22.300 15.424 32.859

GERMAN DEb.. REP.

NOIES:

1.365.849 129.076 21.866 34.663 75.629 1.995.810

12.50C 43.817 947.355 75.809 14.818 1.730 20.820 44.973 4.837 2.477 77.428 a46.060 26.563 2.320.958

EXlERNTAL

4.469.888

11) ONLY (2) DEBI

-

-

PUEI IC DEBT

DEBTS WITH OLTSTANDING

1.004.953 83.773 16.000 51.996 1.932.333

5.545 644 28.860 3.961 4.825 4.512 22.841

4,499

GERMANY. FEiEREP. OF IIJNGARY INDIA IRAN IRAQ JAPAN KUWAI1 NETHERLANtS POIAND ROMANIA SAUDI ARAFIA SWITZERLAr D TURKEY UNITED ARDB EMIRAIES tlNITED STATES USSR TOTAL BILAltRAL LOANS

719 24.748 41.265

IN A R R EA R S :----------------------PRINCIPAL INIERESI -

280 7.365 14.012 7.013 2.917 400 37.066

-

-

54.838 123.891

775.611

54.896

IDA IMF TRUST FIEND INlL FUND ARG(IFAD) ISIAMIC DEV. BAtZK OPEC SPECIAI FUND IOTAL MtULTIlATERAL LOANS

101AI

7.365 4.643 7.013 3.759

1983

30. t984

DE B I U T S A N D I N G ----------------------------------DISBURSED :UNDISBURSED: TOKAL

IYPE OF CREOITOR CREDITOR COUNTRY

MJLTILATERAL ASIAN DEV. EEC

30.

-

-

-

6.408 30.480 11.916 572 23.900 73.276

1.041.442 48.000

-

54.896 2.370.802 129.076 105.639 50.663 127.625 3.928.143

-

-

26.014 941 68.051 26.261 20.249 4.512 55.700

-

4.499 -

719 24.748 62.007

-

-

12.500 112.562 1.085.845 150.888 14.818 51.770 57.524 160.880 4.837 2.477 100.583 871.707 197.271 3.117.363

-

-

7.242.673

-

20.742 68.745 138.490 75.079 50.040 36.704 115.907 23.155 25.647 17(a.708 796.405 2.772.785

AN ORIGINAL OR EX7ENDED ATrURIl Y OF OlVER ONE YEAR ARE INCLUDED IN INCLUDES PRINCIPAL IN ARREARS BUT EXCLUDES INTERESr IN ARREARS.

rHIS

IABLE.

Table 4.2 SERVICE PAYMENTS, COMMITMENTS, DISBURSEMENTS AND OIJTSTANDINGAMOUNTS OF EXTERNAL PUBLIC DEST PROJEC111ONSBASED ON DEBI OUTSTANDING INCLUDING UNDISBIJRSEDAS OF UUN. 30, 1983 INCIUDES ONLY DEBr COMMITTED JAN. 1, 19() - UIIN.30, 1984 DEBT REPAYABLE IN FOREIGN CIIRRENCYAND (OUDS (IN TIIOUSANDSOF U.S. DOLLARS) TOrAL

FISCAL YEAR

DEIT OU'TSTANDINGAr BEGINNING OF PERIOD :

DISBllRSED : INCIUDING ONLY :UNUISBURSED:

:

: 191U/19 1979/80 1980/81 1981/62 1982/83 1983/84

T R A N S A C T I 0 N S

:

(1) 2.570,657 2,950,737 3.216.244 3.615.275 3,978,925 4.469.888

:

COMMITMENTS

:

(2)

(3)

3,906.084 4,609.839 4.1934.807 5,719.158 6.597.568 7,242.673 *

'

*

476.754 630.147 562,372 540.204 549.487

* *' IIIE FOLLOWING FIGURES

3983/84 1084/85 lo5/136 1986/87 1987/88 1988/89 1989/90 1990/91 1091/92 1992/D3

4,469.880 4,503,432 5,079.621 5,511,773 5.775,053 5.875.387 5.867,425 5.771,644 5,647,529 5.477.159

7,242.073 6,878,837 6,754,236 6,606,625 6,441.040 6.256.642 6,063,407 5,866.875 5,673.162 5.481.447

1993/94

5,276,215

5,276,215

-

1994/95

5.063,780

5,063,780

-

1995/96(

4.8-19,074 4.033.020 4,420,526 4,221,491 4.027.514 3,835,042 3,642,123 3,448.727

4,849,0/4 4,633.020 4,420,526 4,221.491 4,027.514 3,830.042 3,642,123 3,448,727

-

-

-

-

-

-

*

-

-

1996/97 1997/98 1998/99 1999/00 2000/01 2001/02 2002/03

-

P E R I 0 0

DISBURSES E R V I C E P A Y M E.N T S MENTS :----------- -------.- :----------: : 'PRINCIPAL INTEREST TOTAL (5) (6) (7') (4)

851,932 738,547 1,047.503 1.130,836 733,875

296,884 -

0 tJR I N G

694,268 700.791 579.764 428,868 284.734 175.274 itO-.s. 69.610 21,339 4,288

56.9A3 50,280 49,568 39,744 73,832 ARE PROJEClED

a8.086 43,311 41,721 47.185 48.789 '

* * * *

95.069 93,591 91,289 86,929 122,621

OTIIER CANCELLATIONS

AD,IUSTMF.Nr

(8)

(9)

142.107 424.611 22.849 14.180 17,541

50,913 61,312 -190,735 -198,502 2,603

'

104,168 124.605 147,622 165,582 184,410 193,229 196,636 193,725 191,708 205,236

64.014 72.247 80.669 84.021 84.491 81,897 78.421 75.003 71,456 67.630

168,182 196.852 228,291 249,603 268,901 275,126 274,957 268.728 2f3,164 272,866

-

-

212,440

63.623

275,963

-

-

214,703

59,442

274,145

-

216.060 212,500 199,039 193,966 192,472 192,914 193,394

-

194,972

55.484 51,612 48,118 45,312 42,614 39,897 37,183 34,597

271,544 264,112 247,157 239,278 235,086 232.811 230,577 229,569

*

CHANGES

* -

-

-

-

-556,552 4 11 -3 12 -6 4 2 3 4 5 -3 6 6 4 -11

-I

IIIISCOLUMN SIIOWS TIIEAMOUNr OF ARIrIIMETIC IMBALANCE IN TlIEAMOUNT OIJrSTANDINGINCLUDING UNDISBURSED FROM ONE YEAR TO TIIENEXT. TIIEMOST COMMON CAUSES OF IMBALANgfS ARE CHANGES IN EXCIIANGERATES AND TRANSFER OF DEBTS FROM ONE CATEGORY TO ANOIIIER IN tilETABLE,

-

-5 -2

Table

or C2a1L

dOul

5. 1

COwUIRNT 7IiUC.

1972/73 - 1914185

(in millious of Take) 1972/73 1973/74 1974/75 1975/76 1176/77 1977/78 1978/79 1979/60 letimetedRevised Revised Revised Revised Revised RewiLed XEtimAted jd Budt ul Imago h Bud Acul Actual Current Rwevue - TaxRevenue -

2!236 1,866 370

Non-Ta Revenue L

Additional

6.837 5,479 1,358

Sa U

6,718 2,108

Li6 7,633 2,328

124U6 9,842 2,604

I5U027 11,821 3,206

LLUOil

1i27-7 14,363 3,914

17,81s 5,612

25iiu 19,6U1 5,858

27i107 21,595 5,509

1983/u . Prelimiury udlt Aetual 33168 28,070 5,898

2I l29 23,954 5,575

L2 ( 763)

C

L Rural Devlopaent

Agriculture, ad Water Resources Industries Transport, Coelceations Power 1k Physical Planning ZA Soolal Sectors 1. Otbrs of which lpesilas

-)

-678

Curreut SurnluslDefieit vtetR lgDa ms

nd

A&5 5L.5 ( 916) C -)

A1 AZI ( 963) -)

IL j,1 S

6M 3 050/f

I

3.9321f

1,350 294

4 500[f

. .

1,157 307 870 -

(1,006) C -)

. . .. -

. -

-

LU*2 C 760) C

-)

10.360 (1,060) ( 590)

116 (1,094) ( -)

1MA19 11.290 ( 959) ( 1,654) ( 588) ( 73)

1 7U

LM 20

L377

10057

12 0M

16A026

3,145 1,430

3,490 1,900

4,658 3,040

6,658 3,627

3,582 710 1 1,190 -

3,940 950 1,750 -

5,091 1,128 2,070 -

l,631 1,448 2,736 -

SA64Li

239M

1A4I7 (1,820) ( -)

21h467 (1,930) ( -)

7.Q1

LM5

2.135 (1,290) ( -) L640

Overall Doficit inaunced by: Capital 9eceipte (Cot) Deficit Financing Transfer from/to Food udget ForeignCreant end Loans Ettrs-Dudgetary Resources

Errors sndOmissions

a

1 L

27 530 7,120

343U9

7,833 3,367

9,565

10,338 3,934

6,242 1,467 2,751 -

11,946 3,510 1,602 -

27153

3,145

-

10,855 5,823 3,589

2d02 (1,090)

C

-)

30 079

3d960

10,855 3,793 ,, ,

-

11,839 1,221 3,822 7,430 (4,230) LiM

_

-

A-4656 1 640 U33 . 3,163 -

-3.536 36

1 052

-43

i.11

-

60 496 750 2,070

-1,256 996

-

-

3,010

272 999 -1.050 6,920

-104236

-8615 -J 4491*, -2 1, 66 6,300

305LL 923 1,338 7,870

-

-

-

LL Includes RAilwayreceipts Z

L 35.

LAU6

L9

2A770

23h0

24 520 (1,600) ( -)

ron-ADP Protects Food-for-Vork Pronrom

1984/65

1,030

ovenaefrom NewMeasuree

Curret Runneditures /A of wbich: - Food Ebeidy - Jute ubsidy

Annal 9

3I 93 3,091 848

1980/61 1981/U 1982/83 Revised Revised Revised u Sudst Sudcot

-1U732

-19412

-16.123

409LA, -182L* -2 2,339 9,986 -

5 1,038 14,371

4,1901k

LAM1

-2551* 1,181 2,089 -1,105 -706 4,037 15,000 17,600 -

L604 415 -25610

-21716

-

and Planning Co_ iseiou

-26950

4,30811 5,6201* 513 -2 1,920 1,000 -1,930 -470 25,017 26,920 34,146 -

end payment from1973/74 onwards. Includes Reconstguction end Rebabilitetion expenditure in 1972/73 and 1973/74. Including current developmont expenditure includes Icientifie Reseereb and Ratural Resources. Includes expenditures on Cyclone Reconstruction, Boards and Miscellaneous Expenditures, and l ployment, Social WelfAre, Developmeat Population Planning, Nanpover ITncludes Realtb, ducation, Sreakdown not available. by Tncludes Tn 350 millionfrom eccumuleted balancesof autonomous bodiesIn 1976/77, and issue of debentures and self-financing *atonomous bodies thereafter. under the AD? wai Tk 20,660 million Tbe RevisedBudget of nTO projected underspending of Tk 4,190 million on the ADP. Actual expenditure and deficit financing of Tb 2,990 millionwas incurred l*enTest Table1.6. Includes net outlay on food stocks.

Souree Ministry of Finance;Rational Boerd of levnue;

1iu10

L

-26.596

-

-

i

i

39Ji270 -1,330 38,970 1,630

TAble 322 1972/73 - 1984/65 REVENUSE CVRRENT CENTRALGOVEIN(ENT (Takemillion) 1972/73 1973/74 1974/75 Actuel Tax Rnver,ue consuiption Production, taxes and distribution (Custom dutiee) (Salestaxes) (Excise duties) (Stamp taxea) (motor vehicle taxes) taes.) (Entertainment

lb5 1,601 (697) (214) (550) ( 98) ( 13) ( .. ) 141 25 98

Taxeson income

Land revenuetax Li Other taxesand dutiesLb

Total CurrentRevenue

391

191 1) (190) ( -) 7 32 14 -28 154

(

2.235

-Actual .kidAk 549

4,288 2,611 (1,517) (1.187) (619) (434) (1,503) (836) (270) (112) ( 17) C 17) ( 64) ( 25) 332 55 93 AM7 8

Non-Tcp Revenue

sector Nationalised (Industries) (Cnoks) (OtherpublicsectorLI) Interestreceipts Registrationfees Forest Railways Post Office nnd T6T (uet) Other Li

Actual

87 ( 30) ( 57) ( -) 107 45 35 309 18 247 3.939

1975/76

677 87 427 1L4 5 127 ( 99)

( 28) ( -) 169 110 47 396 -5 514 6.837

678

1978/79 1979/80 1960/81 1981/62 19B2/83 1977/78 1976/77 Revised Revised Revised Revised Revised Revised Revised AaLL .JWlW.L JAWuL Jwtulan Bmdls Budge .. biuk t

ude*t s

U ireliminary Actual

18 070

23 954

733

.d2

11 596

14 363

17 81a

19 681

21 598

23,670 17,845 (9,100) (13,300) (3,160) ( 4,340) (4.800) ( 5,260) (700) (720) ( 70) ( 65) -) )

5,730 (2,602) (1,105) (1,780) (170) ( 12) ( 60)

6,401 (2,890) (1,230) (2,030) (160) C 13) ( 78)

8,332 (3.950) (1,770) (2,300) (210) ( 20) ( 82)

10,088 (4,948) (2,305) (2,445) (265) ( 30) ( 95)

12,328 (6,500) (2,700) (2,700) (290) ( 38) (100)

15,196 (7,500) (3,400) (3,730) (530) ( 38) ( -)

16,655 (7,850) (3,500) (4,628) (635) (42) C -)

804 106 78

1,044 179 9

1,240 250 20

1,240 253 15

1,761 259 15

2,200 288 132

2,601 308 117

2 108

2.328

LA2

3A20

L34

5L6L1

547 (200) (335) ( 12) 1,066 150 145 ll -77 564

795 (165) (618) ( 12) 1,206 220 150 925 31 587

1,850 (930) (830) ( 90) 1,448 230 300 1,050 5 729

352 ( 73) (261) ( 18) 736 100 45 307 19 549 8 826

285

( 10) (250)

599 (250)

(337)

( 25)

( 12)

854 90 70 545 -2 476

816 105 100 596 -37 425

9,961

.12,446

14.802

18.277

23.430

1,432 (260) (1.110) ( 62) 1,605 270 350 1,250 81 870 25.538

(9,480) (3,590) (5,960)

3,150 248 355

3,100 600 700

3,350 300 1,274

LIDI

LSW 589Ld

L509

1,259 (260) (939) (60) 997 265 260 1,580 15 1,093

1,323 (363) (900) (60) 932 290 300 1,754 -48 1,347

27 107

/i Tax leviedOn land holdings. It was virtuallyabolishedin FF74 togetherwith the imposition of the moratoriumon agricultural incometax but reinstatedin 1976/77. land,taxeson immovableproperty,gift taxes,capitalgains tax, jute tax Lk Includeselectricityduties,estateduty on agricultural and otber levies. (abclishedin May 1975),toll taxes,bettermenttax on conemrcialestablishment., unite, For 1973/74 of industrial operationsand disinveatoent otber industrial LL Includesreceiptsfromnationalizedinsurance, above. theme are includedunder 'Industries" Li Receiptsof vnr ous Covernmentdepartments,especiallyunds civilworks,eduetion end health. LI Includingadditionalrevenuefrom new fiscalmeasurds(Tk 1,107million). Source. Ministryof Financeand Planning.

1

33,968

(200) (950) 1,190 1,470 12 1,673 29529

196465 Budget 27.830 23,130 (11,600) (6,250) (3,900) (800) C 80) -) 3,700 497 203

1,922 (732) (1,190) t ) 1,184 300 310 1,b20 -9 1,793 34.6S0

w

Tabla 5.3 CUITIALCOVZIRmNTCURIENTEXPRNDITMR3.1972/73 - 1964/85 (ti IIIlions of Taka)

1972/73

General Services - General administration - Justice and police

-Defene4 -

Scitotific

departmets

Social Services - Education - Healthand population - Socialvelfare

1976/77 Revised B?

1977178

Actual

1974/75 1975/76 Revised Revised Actual Budxet Budget

1,268 (370) (310) (203) 1 23)

1,806 (663) (495) (421) 1 29)

2,315 (968) (598) (710) 1 39)

3,916 (1,095) ( 616) (1,447) 1 38)

4,292 (1,599) ( 944) (1,702) 1 47)

5,276 (2,163) (1,056) (2 001) ( 56)

5,700 (2,341) (1,222) (2,069) 1 68)

6,382 (2,507) (1,372) (2,427) ( 76)

7,241 (2,638) (1,783) (2,742) 76) 6

6,553 (2,795) (2,186) (3,476) ( 94)

9,434 (3,666) (1,331) (4,184) (101)

10,610 (5,049) (1,299) (4,169) C 93)

9,657

584 (451)

621 (649) 1153) ( 19)

1,025 (822) (161) ( 22)

1,225 (930) (243) C 52)

1,365 (1,021) (294) C 50)

1,657 (1,353) (413) C 91)

2,145 (1 509) (549) 1 87)

2,467 (1,728) (626) (113)

2,959 (2,065) (771) (123)

3,259 (2,316) (630) (116)

4,747 (2,943) (1,017) (787)

5,046 (3,164) (1,132) (730)

7,103

371 ( 97) (110) (164)

706 (114) (326) (258)

464 (117) (160) (187)

1,072 (302) (344) (4261

1,206 (324) (368) (514)

1,187 (487) (316) (364)

3,285

planning

BconoudeServices - Agriculture Manufacturing end construction Transport and communications

1973/74

( ( 15) 145 (

56)

5) C 82) (

- Others

543 (117) (180) (246)

Revised Budj et

1978/79 Revised

1979/80

Revised ludret 3udat

726 (142) (222) (362)

741 (153) (277) (306)

892 (182) (316) (392)

1980/81 1981/82 1982/83 Revised Reviled Revised Bdet AUdM Bdet

1 108 (406) (313) (369)

1983/84 iteliminary Budget Aitgl

.

,, .

. .

,

1941/85 Budgt 10,347 (4,625) (1,463) (4,651) (108) 7,4U2 (4,702) (1,445) (1,293) 1,703 (626) ( 76) (461) (536)

Debt Service

134

183

313

438

689

707

879

1,041

1,163

2,172

2,512

2,255

2,374

3,185

food Subsidy

783

963

916

1,006

760

1,060

959

1,654

1,094

1,320

1,930

1,290

1,600

1,090

Railways

-

279

380

508

567

734

836

953

1,237

1,390

1,681

1,777

502

1,978

Contingency

-

-

-

-

-

30

30

s0

so

11,290

13419

Total

Current

Zixsoditures

Source: Ministry of Finance.

L2914A

4

4521

LZIi

-

10.360

14.816

18450

3

1,970

21.467

24J25

-

24.520

1,763

2.028

Table 5.4 ,1II

D!3YUBUIJOM01 (MUtL SICTODAL

HZT PD)oOUAH1972)73

-

193A135

(i meillons of TSek)

Agriculture, Rural Developugut end Voter beecuices (Agriculture) (tural Developsent) (Water endfloodControl) Industry Power scientific

1972/73 1973/74 1974/75 Revised Revised Devised &ud.nt budni. Budgt

1975/76 Revised Budge

1,764

2,990

1,350

1,579

1976/77 1977/78 1978/79 1979/80 1980/81 yi sed Revised Rewvied Revised Revimed Nudger Jaisak st BsudR Bud 3,140

3,40

4,638

6,653

7,543

(1.529)

(1,540)

(2,344)

(2,933)

(3,227)

Commnications

(3,572)

(3,995)

1,360

1,430

1,900

3,040

3,627

3,367

3,677

3,145

3,934

712

1,510

1,313

1,660

2,525

3,939

3,773

4,347

6,295

7,007

965

U12

1,250 345

1,760 510

2,135 431

4,040 602

3,751 713

3,302 603

3,152

16

1,962 307

4,393

131

760

696

,.

674

233

340

660

630

610

966

1,440

1,467

1,774

1,496

1,574

,

1,221

307 207 s50 21 3 go0

208 218 77 20 13 150

450 330 250 40 30 235

-

-

-

473 320 216 29 20 s0 129

530 430 310 50 40 140 340

641 476 467 65 69 162 361

1,071 742 663 296 193 960

1,036 30J U57 136 205 2,014

1,373 622 928 163 307 4,249

9 0

10OS7

294

525

650

-

537

TotalADZ

1.971

)S70 ) )

(

420)

§A6^

5 50

(

510)

12,020

t

619)

16CQ6

(

748)

649 700 593 216 97 50 431

(

749)

(1,127)

970 65S 696 242 105 395

23.340 23 60O

LL Includes Tn 4,230 for Upasillee. Self-fLoancing

QL3:

by autonowouagencies.

are: Tk 2,674 million for 1972/73, Tk 3,050 million lor1973/74 and Tk 3 932million actualexpenditures Reported nature dueto theprovisional tbelevelof expenditure thattheeetotals mayunderstate for1974175.It isbelieved for1975/76. estimate istherevised Tk 3,500 million recording. of incomplete andthepossibility of oom entries

Co_ission. and Planning and Planning; of Finance BourcesHinlitry

.

925)

,

(4,732)

..

,

C

271513 311262 34,543 + 296/b

. notavailable. Lk

(3,543) (1,169) (6,143)

(2,972)

(697)

) )

(4,631)

(1,725)

(.)

suceation nd Traiing U" lth Plaain4 Population SocielWelfare endNoploywent Kbupover Reconstruction Cyclone Other

(3,691)

10,355

10,333

(1,430)

(306)

307

PlanniLg and Housing Physical

9,565

(1,199)

(576)

11,157

Transport

3,320

(4,721) (1,160) (3.684)

(639) (1,150) (235) ( 480) (360) (1,360)

C.) (..)

Researeh

and Natural Resources

1964/83 1931i34 Preliminary Budget A4tu1.k. sal

1982/33 1981/2 Revised Revised 1ASl1 juL

3,793 6,743 8

,.

. .

2,422

1,299 S70 1,195 207 251 -

7,4 30/a .38,960

Table5.5 ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION OF CENTRAL GOVERNHMNT EXPENDITURES. 1974175 - 1983/84 (inmillionsof Taka)

1974/75 1975/76 1976/77 1977/78 1978179 1979/80 1980/81 1281182 Revenue Budget L/ Public consumption Li Tranfer paymeot Lc (of which: jute subsidy)

4.35 3,172 1,187 t-)

5.323 3,954 1,369 (_)

6.889 5,189 1,700

Develonment Budmet /e Public consumption Transfer payments (Interest and land purchase) (Subsidy) Fixed capital formation

5.091 982 636 (281) (355) 3,473

7.442 1,305 1,296 (562) (734) 4,841

9.973 1,706 1,477 (700) (777) 6,790

(_)

1982/83

Provisional. 1983/84

8.566 6,007 2,559 t590)

9.9 6,680 2,815 (588)

1O.B12 8,054 2 758

130.00 9,750 3,250 ( - )

15.240 10,703 4,537 ( - )

17.B56 12,880 4,976 ( - )

22.41§ 14,712 7,706 ( - )

12.196 2,652 1,803 (851) (952) 7,741

16.469 2,934 2,698 (1,192) (1,506) 10,837

20.816 4,367 3,103 (1,468) (1,635) 13,346

Z.3690 27.153

31.262 6,628 2,750 (1,750) (1,000) 21,884

30.079 )9,024

(73)

5,303 2,917 (1,702) (1,215) 15,470

7,802 2,906 (1,723) (1,183) 16,445

La Excluding food subsidy and net of revenue expenditures under the Railway Budget. 1k

Le

Expenditures on wages, salaries,goods and services; and missionestisates (7Y78-FY83). Excluding food transactions; sue Table 5.10.

source: Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics

(FY75-TY77),

Source:Bangladesh Bureauof Statistics (7T75-FY77); AnnualDevelopuent Program(7Y7&-FY83); and missionestimates.Outlaysfor landpurchasesand interestpaymentsestimatedon thebasisof FY75-YY77 data and of trendsin fixedcapitalformation.

)

21,055

Table 5.6 SUKKARYOF PUBLIC FINANCES.1974/75- 1983/84 (in millionsof Taka) Provisional

1974175 1975176 1976/77J2 1927/78 19781792 1979/80 1980/81 1981182 1982/83 (la) Current revenues (lb) Currentrevenues,adjustedLa

6,837 6,457

8,826 8,318

9,961 9,394

12,446 11,712

14,802 13,966

18,277 17,324

23,430 22,193

l

25,538 24,148

27,107 25,426

29,529 29,027

10,733 (3,290)

11,618 (2,816)

12,816 ( .. )

(2) Transferpayments1k (of vhich: lose on food trading)

4,370 7,234 (2,547) (4,569)

6,212 (3,035)

6,152 (1,790)

8,095 (2,582)

9,785 8,211 (3,924) (2,044)

(3) Public consumption,incl. RailvayBudget (a) RevenueBudget (b) RailwayBudget (c) AnnualDevelopmentProgram

4,534 5,767 7,462 (3,172) (3,954) (5,189) (380) (508) (567) (982) (1,305) (1,706)

9,393 (6,007) (734) (2,652)

10,450 (6,680) (836) (2,934)

13,374 (8,054) (953) (4,367)

16,290 19,895 20,635 24,238 (9,750) (10,703) (12,880) (14,712) (1,237) (1,390) (1,681) (502) (5,303) (7,802) (6,582) (9,024)

(4) Public savings(la-2-3)

-2,067

-3,713

-3,099

-3,743

-4,882

-1,071

(5) Fixed investment (a) AnnualDevelopmentProgram (b) Food-for-Work Program

3,473 4,841 (3,473) (4,841) ( -) ( -)

7,231 (6,790) (441)

8,225 11,459 14,549 16,837 18,266 21,627 22,831 (7,741) (10,837) (13,346) (15,470) (16,445) (20,438) (21,055) (484) (622) (1,203) (1,367) (1,821) (1,189) (1,910)

(6) Investmentin public food stocks

1,629

-4,175

215

-2,296

La Net of currentexpendituresunder the RailwayBudget. 1 Includingloss on food tradingas calculatedin Table 5.10, SectionB. Source:Missionestimates.

824

-1,651

3,237

2,947

-5,090

-3,037

-4,575

477

-2,525

-134

Sable5.7 FINANCIALPERFORNANCE OF NAJORPUBLIC INDUSTRIALSECTOR CORPORATIONS.1974/75 - 1984/85 (in millions of Taka)

19741

Relived Budget 1975/76 1976177 1977/78 1371792 1979/80 1980/81 1981/82 1982183 1983184 1984/S5

A. NEIPRFITSLa Bangladesh Jute H1Ill Corporation (BJMC) All Hill. Lk Bangladesh Jute Hills Corporation (BJHC) /c Bangladesh Textile Hille Corporation (BTHC) AIl Hills /b Bangladesh Textile Hills Corporation (BTI4C) BangladeshSugar and Food IndustriesCorporation(BSFIC) BangladeshSteel and EngineeringCorporation(BSEC) BangladeshChemical IndustriesCorporation(BCIC) BangladeshForest IndustriesDevelopmentCorporation(BFIDC)

Total

-371 204

-365 24

73 106 -289 6

21 79 -265 -1

-166 -59 8 72 -166 1

-271

-507

-759

-

-508

-949 -68 10 13 48 -119 -6

-585 -36 12 16 111 23 -18

1,062 780 -351 -179 40 147 -23 1

338 255 -332 -184 390 124 56 10

-1 081

-481

876

586

-655 -426 -681 -418 469 -120 71 12

205 69 448 -237 396 31

-90

92

-

65 123 341 -124 266 46 717

-

132 105 114 48 446 48

An

B. GROSS SALES BangladeshJute Hills Corporation(BJNC)All Hills L BangladeshJute Hills Corporation(BJMC)Li BangladeshTextile Hille Corporation(BTMC)All Hills /b BangladeshTextile Mills Corporation(BTHC) LL BangladeshSugar and Food IndustriesCorporation(BSFIC) BangladeshSteel and EngineeringCorporation(BSEC) BangladeshChemical InduatrieaCorporation(BCIC) BangladeshForest IndustriesDevelopmentCorporation(BFIDC)

Total

a 2,082 1,516 998 752 795 57

2,938 1,820 1,516 989 1,036 71

6.200

J.U 37

2,963 1,813 1,028 1.496 1,332 1,586 73

4,065 2,083 1,193 2,152 1,397 1,869 77

4,535 2,588 1,491 2,206 1,933 2,255 85

6,347 4,448 2,563 1,464 2,366 2,528 2,687 126

6,403 4,552 3,218 1,882 2,684 3,317 3,513 176

6,209 4,470 3,356 2,011 3,075 2,789 3,755 182

5,445 2,512 2,712 2,055 4,709 305

.926 12.243 13.602 J6.617 19 311 19.560 17 73L 22.445

C. PROFIT/SALESRATIO (2)

Total La li

Li

-A4A

-6L1

-8.2

-8

-3.6

5I3L

62

Pre-tax profits or losses. Negative sign (-) denotes net losses. These are the accountsof all the mills, includingthe ones that are transferredto the private sector in 1982/83. Theae are the accounLcof the mills that are still in the public sector as of 1982/83.

Note: The control, supervisionand coordinationof the industriesnationalizedafter independencewere vested in the NationalizedIndustries Division of the Ministryof Industries. BJMC was subsequentlytransferredto thp Ministryof Jute. In 1976, BADC was transferredto the Ministry of Agriculture,and seven other sectorcorporationswere consolidatedinto three, BSFIC, BSEC and BCIC. BTMC came under the control of the Hinistry of Textiles in 1977. Sources: SectorCorporations;Hinistry of Coumerce and Industries;and Ministry

5,281 3,455 3,201 3,691 6,440 377

of Finance.

6,136 -

4,082 2,469 4,375 6,929 386

24,379

-45-

Table 5.8 Customs Duty and Sales Tax Collections

Proiections _ 85 FY86

FY81

FY82

FY83

FY84

2,533 250

2,572 285

2,309 385

2,353 398

2,830 600

2,728 450

551 1,732

514 1,773

391 1,533

432 395 1,560) 1,798

452 1,776

Total imports (Tk billions) Other imports (Tk billions) Dutiable imports /b (TTkbillions)

41.4 28.2

51.5 35.5

54.9 36.4

58.7 38.9

73.6 46.7

79.1 51.5

27.1

26.6

29.3

32.7

39.7

43.8

Cus:oms duty (Tk billions) Sales taxes (Ti billions)

7.0 3.2

7.6 3.2

8.5 3.0

9.2 3.6

11.1 4.3

12 3 4.8

66

'4

53

56

54

56

73 96 26 12

60 77 28 12

64 80 29 10

67 84 28 11

69 85 28 11

66 85 28 11

Total imports (US$ u) Foodgrain imports (US$) oil,/a Oilseeds, edible fertilizers, crude petroleum Other imports (US$)

Percentages Dutiable/total imports (%) Dutiable/non-foodgrain imports (%) Dutiable other imports La (U) Average customs duty (Z) Average sales tax /c (Z)

/a Ib

Ic

"Other" imports are imports less foodgrains, crude pe.roleum, and edible oil (non-dutiable to FY84) and oilseeds. fertilizers Dutiable imports as recorded by the National Board of Revenue (NBR): these imports form the basis for collections of Custom Duties and Sales Taxes (CDST). These percentages are share of dutiable imports as recorded by NBR.

-46Table

5.9

BANGLADESH: *====== ==

===aS=~==

Budget:FY19Y3/84

Food =

=

=

_==-

*S=S-s

:=Sz=S=M:==

atl8Ms:XZ=

*=j!X=ZM

=Z:: :

RICE QuantityPrice (000TI ITk/M dI Cost of Supplies __________

==sat=-

=as-=

s

lWAEA

TOTAL

Value (TkK)

luanti:ty Price Vlue (000T) (Tt/IdI ITkH)

2291

9014

Quantity (000TI

Value

(TiRI 11305

_____

Aided Imports(CIF) Donor-financed SODcontribution BODImports (CIF) Cash DeferredPayment Downpot & freight Borrouing

164 285.07

-oestic Procurement

145

17 0

1293

1324

176.45

6359

1498

7632 591l 720

282.50 282.50

131 0 0 0

214 338

140.15 147.J5

316 1360 204 1156

231 338

947 1360 204 1156

225.00

98B

122

144.00

479

267

1366

Lh-!r Costs

3451

-odLoanDebtService Amortization Interest Other Hanoling& Overhead PL-480Depositsto MlP Uet.Trans.toRev.Budg.

1821 1497 324 1630 2200 1030 -1600

TOTAL OUTLAYS

14757

Financing Revenue frou Sales Ration Openhe-iet

2925 414 225.00 2536 53 270.000 390

Foreign Aid

164 253.19

Borrowing forImports

0

282.50

150.00 I8&.OQ

4262 3752 510

1333 157

7187 6289 899

1324 160.41

5781

1486

6911

339

1156

338

1156

919 104

1130 0

147.85

Transfer fromtheAUP ____--________________

-498 -

_

-

--

-

--

-

--

-

-------------------------.

TOTAL FINANCING ====~~~~~~~…---n

-

14757 ==========_=s= ========£_5

=_b

===

===

=5

======__

-=======r====5

-47Table

5.10 Food

BANGLADESH:

Budget:FY1984/85 RICE

Quantity (000 Tl zz=z3

Price (Tk/ld)

gntity (000 T)

TOTAL

Price Value (TkINd) (Tk 1) =

4875

Cost of Supplies

Domestic Procorement

Value (Tk )

== 3=s=3in-==_g2u3 =z==

====U

AidedImports(CIF) Dnor-financed NOBcomtribution 001Imports (CIF) Casb Deferred Paymnt km pat& freight borrowing

WHEAT

Y=

Value (Tk9)

Quantity (000 T) S=

11291

3==S=

16156

145

277.00

1093

1507

191.04

7836

1652

930 761 1048

165 351

244.53 244.53

1098 2336 234 2103

100 619

152.93 S2.83

416 2575 396 2189

265 970

1514 "I1 6U 4291

50

255.00

347

9

170.00

453

148

101

other Costs

4233

Food Lu DebtServace Amortization Interst Other NHwdling &Overhad PL-40 Depuits to MP hrt.Trm.to kav.Dudg.

1531 1141 39 2702 2362 930 -1090

TOTALUfLAYS

20399

Financing

Reenuefro Sales Ration OpenMarket

453 70

246.00 306.00

3616 3033 583

Foreign Aid

145

239.7e

946

Dorroming for Imports

351

244.53

2103

1223 185

155.00 212.00

1507 169.G7 619

152.83

6229 5160 106B

1676 255

9644 0193 1651

6935

1652

7891

2199

970

4291

Transferfrom the ADP

-1628

TOTAL FINANCIHN

20399

-48-

Table

5.11

CouoiUXtAd Nudest Owriev. Fr85 (croree of Tfak 1 crore - 10 million)fr FY35

Originl Tn Crorts

A.

SOURCS OF

I.

tus 3.153 2.840 2,245 1.540 705 595 313 128 185

(35.9)

(44.3)

3.356 788 1.456

(38.2)

Commodity

3.897 625 2.082 1.190

row uriess

1,089

(12.4)

A. Casb Sales S. flvIvCFIn

865 224

B.

LEE

R

IEVEUES

azes 1. Indirect . CDST b. Excise 2. Direct on-Tnax 1. Public Zntarprise. tnet) 2. User Fees and Otber

fl. AID DISEU3SUCTS A. Food 3. Project C.

nT.

Cred its

3.

Domestic 1. Debt. Loams and Advmme Accounts 2. Official Foreign 1. Deferred Paymt Food I1ports 2. Other

-solam

TOTAL

US

VI.

8802

926 490 390 IOU 436 429 7

(10.5)

(100.0)

8,788

(100.0)

(24.7)

2,380

(27.1)

IMVISZmD A. Projects B. Financial C. Increas

4,428 4.167 91 1 *

(50.3)

3,876 3,695 91

(44.1)

1.332

(15.1)

in Food Ree

836

1,749 1,463 1,368

Aided Own Resources

625 211

788 580

i. Cash

132

151

79 73 411 -170 182 150 32

429 105 80 -90 286

lf.o.b.)

DZST SEVICz A. Dmestic 1. Principal 2. Interest (net) B. Foreign 1. Deferred Paymnt 2. Other Principal 3. Other Interest

862 375 329

(9.8)

487 130 203 154

769 257 329 -72 512 114 199 199

2

4

46 Food Imports

and Osisions 8.802

TOTAL USES

For eaier

90

1,150

ii. Deferrod Paymen: 2. Freight Costs 3. Dometic Procurt 4. (lees) lncr. Food Reserves Progra Costs 1. Operating 2. Overheads sd Killing

Errors

L/

(6.4)

2.178 363 62 754 256 123

3.

L

(15.3)

984 359

oF FDS

a. b.

LI

1,343

GENEAL WENDITURES A- Administration S. Justice. Polike d Defense C. Education ad Social Welfare D. Scientific AMd Ecnmic R. Contingencies

VIZ. FOODZtMITUttS A. Food Costs 1. Irports

VIII.

1.112

566 480 390 90 86 79 7

SO3DC3

A.

V.

Li AL4

(36.9)

L.

3.

AL

Revisd Estiates Tt Crore

3,250 2.887 2,260 1,585 675 627 363 153 210

C

Ill.

Fr85

udget

rith original comparability Crores of Ttu. I Cror - 10 aillion. Saurce: FY85 Budget Sumery Statemnts, Staff etiscee. March 1915.

Banladesh Ministry

budget

(100.0) data.

of Finance.

this table

8,778 is presented

(19.9)

(8. 8)

(100.0) in

Tabl 9 6,1 AVERAGE EXCHANGE RATES. 1971/72 - 1984/85 (Period averages;Taka per US Dollar)

1971172 Monthly Aieraaes

1972/73

1973/74

1974175

1975/76

1976/77

1977I78

1978179

1979180

19) .1A.1

19§1L82

982/83

1983/5I6

1I9M4185

La 1k

July

*-

7.7641

7.4617

August

...

7.7419

7.6575

September

,,,

7.7705

7.8347

7.9429 13.7314 14.9104 15.4954 14.7873 14.1fI3414.7174 18.2498 22.1397 24.5000 25.2000 8.0851 14.1884 14.9698 15.3466 14.5067 15.2398 15.3008 18.5420 22.3419 24.5070 25.2590 8.1899 14.3786 15.4060 15,3193 14.P023 15.7869 15.1027 18,9374 22.7745 24.6110 25.3880

October November December

.. ...

7.5090

7.9164 8.0645 8.0886

7.8121 7.9363 8.1793

8.1337 14.5924 16,3132 15.0788 14.8744 16.1913 15.6365 19.1705 22,9294 24.9170 25,5760 8.1476 14.6310 15,S268 15.0578 15.5763 16.2735 16.2532 18.8739 23.8690 25.0000 25.9770 8.1459 14.8397 15.1741 14,9034 15,3888 15.7798 16,5906 19.5321 24.1007 25.0000 26.0000

January February March

7.3747 7.2841 7.2368

8.0508 7.8185 7.6575

8.5286 8.3375 8.1093

8.0291 14.7931 15.5495 14.3185 15,4032 15,3406 16,1987 20.3203 24.5000 25.0000 26.0000 7.9241 14.8014 15.6104 14.8010 15.5180 15.1585 16.8981 20.7867 24,5000 25.0480 7.8460 15.4208 15.5449 15.0481 15.2761 15.7394 16.6974 21.2765 24.5000 25.2000

April hay June

7.2673 7.2618 7.3632

7.6390 7.4942 7.3632

7.9429 8.0027 15.3611 15,5296 15,4348 15.2718 15.6715 17.2153 21.6819 24.5000 25.2000 7.8574 12.9203 15.5446 15.5368 15.4138 15.6332 15,0836 17.6162 21.2319 24.5000 25.2000 7,9363 13.1433 15.9422 15.5287 15.2414 15.6361 14.8539 17.9089 21.8762 24.5000 25,2000

------------------------

,---------------------------------------------_-__-_-__----_--_----------------_-_-_---------------------_______--______------_______-_--

OuarterlvAverasesLb July-September October-December January-March April-June

...

/d /d 7.2985 7.2974 ...

7.7588 8.0232 7.8423 7.4988

---------------------------------------------------

riedlYearAveragesLe

7.6513 8.0726 7,9759 8.1424 8.3251 7.9331 7.9122 11.3554

14.0995 14,6877 15.0051 15.6160

15.0954 15.6714 15,5683 15,5317

15,3871 15.0133 14.7225 15,3633

14.6988 15.2798 15.3991 15.5137

15.2134 16.0815 15.4128 15.2030

15.0403 16.1601 16,5981 17.5801

18.5764 19.1922 20.7945 21.5967

22.4187 23.6330 24.5000 24.5000

24.5393 25.2823 24,9723 25.8510 25.0827 25,2000

_-------_-___-----------_-__---------_-_-----_-----------------------------_--,------_-___---__-_-_-_-_-__----

7.7808 7.9661 8L875211.EZ 15.1

1466

15.1215 15.,228 15

.4777 16,3447 20,040Q

LL Averagesof dailyexchangerates. /k Unweighted averagesof monthlyexchangeratesshown. L/ Unveighted averagesof quarterly exchangeratesshown. /d For July-December 1971,the tradeconversion ratewas Rupees4.762per Us$. Note: The ratesshownare periodaveragesof the marketrate (IFS,linerf), relationship to the PoundSterlingsinceJanuaTy1972. Source: International MonetaryFund.

whichare crosiratesbasedon a fixed

2

3,629 24.94 81

Table 6.2 INTIBMATIONAL LIOUIDITYAND IMFPOSITION. 1972173- 1983184 (position at the end of June)

1972/73 1973/7A Total International Reserves (mill. Foreign Exchange SDRc Reserve Positiou in the IK(

US$)

LI

Cold &

IMF Position (mill. SDSe) Quota Use of IHI Credit, net -Credit Tranche Drawings (ordinary -Compensatory (CFF) Dravings -EFF Drawinga (ordinary resources) -EFF Drawings (SPY) -Oil Facility Drawings Trust Fund loans outstanding

resources)

172.8 170.6 2.2 -

115.0 115.0 -

150.8 75.4 75.4 -

150.8 110.6 34.8 75.4 -

-

-

1

1975/76 1976/77 1977/78

1978/79 1979/80 1980/81 19I1/82 1I92/83I

266.3 242,9 23.4 -

213.2 198.3 14.9 -

I294.

268.7 263.5 4.1 1.1

flZZI

Zl4.&

280.9 12.0 1.1

373.7 13.6 5.6

224.7 26.0 23,7

154.6 180.2 38.3 77.3

143.3 251.5 82.5 62.7

145.7 246.6 74.7 63.8

188.4 233.7 78.4 48.4

196.3 201.0 58.7. 50.5

201.3 210.4 100.9 44.5

-

63.7 -

-

105.4 -

-

107.2 -

-

-

105.9 26.8

89.5 66.9

- less than U8S 0.05 million. - not available.

LA Including gold.

Li

According to national

valuation

(i.e.,

CFI a Compensatory Financiag Facility. EFF- Extended Fund Facility. SFF s Supplementary Financing Facility. Source: International

MonetaryFund.

at 752 of the averageLondon market pricesfor the preceding month).

-

61.4 153.2

983/84

I50. 220,8 10.7 18.5

122.1 83.4 11.5 8.2 17.0

358.1 331,9 0.4 8.0 17.8

3LI 499.5 0,2 23.1 16.1

262.3 330.8 50.8

228.0 331.0 44.1 60.0 110.0 110.0 6.9 122.2

228.0 375.7 66.9 88.8 110.0 110.0 120.8

287.5 394.7 93.0 88.8 110,0 102.9

-

126.6 126.6 26.9 140.6

-

113.5

1979-1984 SURVEY, Table6.3a IN$ETARY DesandNarrow Tine Total Currency Total Net Net toGovernment Other TotalPrivate Credit oney Deposits (eosits ForeignOther Liquidity Domestic PublicPublicSector of)----Date(end nyt t (N2) Liabils. Tr.BillsOtherTotal SectorSectorCreditCreditAssets month Year Supply(Stocks)(Takabillions) A. Money 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 December 1984 June June June June June June June

6.84 6.84 9.21 16.05 7.52 23.57 -0.10 6.93 6.03 11.42 18.21 10.97 29.22 1.26 9.81 9.81 15.57 15.3B 14.27 39.65 -2.62 15.14 15.14 20.72 35.06 19.02 54.85 -7.58 15.51 15.51 26.03 41.54 23.11 64.65-14.32 15.28 15.29 26.09 41.36 31.22 72.58-10.05 16.95 18.87 24.67 43.54 49.02 92.56 -5.16 1.92 17.47 19.39 31.13 50.52 62.90 113.42 -7.07

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.92

1.26 3.28 5.08 6.02 5.94 1.48 2,14 3.94

22.21 27.20 31,95 41.20 44.39 60.2 85.26 102.51

5.21 6.39 6.06 7.72 7.21 8.00 9.35 11.25 9.06 11.51 11.58 15.06 16.23 20,30 17.74 25.36

11.60 10.61 13.70 13.42 16.01 15.94 20.60 20.68 20.57 23.02 26.64 33.61 36.53 48,73 43.10 59.41

(2) Period overthePreceding B. Increases June 1979 June 1950 June 1981 June 1982 June 1983 June 1984 December 1994'

-0.1 43.6 54.3 2.4 -1.5 23,5 2.8

24.0 36.3 33.1 25.6 0.2 -5.4 26.2

13.7 39.1 41.3 15.9 -0,4 5.3 16,0

45.9 30,1 33.3 21., 35.1 57.0 29.3

1984. endJuneto endDecember from * Change Division. I Banking Money of Research, Department Bank, Source:Bangladesh

24.0 35.7 30.4 17.8 12.3 27.5 22.5

22.5 17.5 29,2 7.5 35.7 41.5 20.2

16.3 19.0 29.7 -3.1 27.8 40.2 9.3

20.0 14.0 27.8 2.3 30.8 34.8 24.9

18,0 16.2 29,7 -0.1 29.5 37.1 18.0

26,5 19.8 29.7 15.2 41.1 45,0 21.9

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Table 6.5 BANE BRANCHESIN OPERATION.1975/76- 1983184 Division/District

1975./76 12,7j7 1977/781978/79,1979/80 1980/811981/821982/831982184 355 57 88 56 96 58

431 64 104 74 118 71

632 93 134 112 181 112

z1u

7 38 61 85 65 26

356 53 74 114 80 35

493 76 107 146 120 44

"A

Dhaka JamalpurLa Mymensingh/b Tangail Dhaka Faridpur

560 }102

640 )119

812 }156

26 364 68

30 413 78

Chittatont Sylhet Comilla Noakhali C1.ittagong

545 153 113 72 185

638 171 136 102 205

Raishahi Dinajpur Rangpur Bogra Rajahahi Pabna Rhulna Kughtia Jessore Khulna Barisal Patuakhali

Chittagong HillTractsL/c } 22

853 127 195 145 230 156

1.O0l 149 237 166 267 182

95 145 179 138 47

677 107 167 196 155 52

8Q8 130 196 238 175 69

41 518 97

991 47 148 64 616 116

1.116 58 174 81 659 144

L1327 85 213 107 742 180

) 24

820 222 182 127 2S0

922 258 218 139 281

1.039 284 248 157 305

} 29

} 36

} 45

2.065

2.757

3.258

112 163 130 198 128

Bandarban/d Total

LL

1.735

36

1.059 161 242 179 286 191

1.113 169 255 185 304 200

1 135 203 247 190 72

882 138 206 257 200 81

1.348 86 220 108 752 182

1.381 88 225 110 770 188

1.4 93 234 120 796 194

1.242 342 299 201 349

1.273 351 303 203 361

1.316 362 307 204 372

} 51

1.385 378 313, 209 392

} 55

} 71

) 93

4.378

4.470

4.613

4.817

Jamalpurvas a subdivision of Hymensingh untilDecember26, 1978.

Lk IncludingJamalpurfrom 1976/77through1978/79. /c IncludingBandarban. /d Includedin Chittagong Hill Tracts.

Note: Includesall branchesof scheduledcomrcial banksand of specialized financialinstitutions, including20 branchesof foreignbanksand one privatejoint-venture bank. Source:

Bangladesh Bank.

1.026 155 240 173 271 187 823 133 200' 239 180 71

AORICoLTURALLOAN3 US0

ItSTAJOR d IT IJ8rITUSIOdS. (in million, of Taka) 1277178

1978/79

1977/78

- 1983,64

1979/80

1980181

1961l62

1962/83

1983/1k

Coiercial Banks La Short-termagriculturalloans Otber agricultural financing/b Fiuheriem finsOcing Tea productionand developmentfinancing Cold storage facilitiesfor agriculturalproducts Total

767.1 5.4 11.1 35.4 26.1 845.1

646.2 5.0 37.7 63.3 22.9 777.1

874.4 9.5 27.0 66.5 35.6 1.013.0

1,038.4 57.0 11.2 27.6 36.1 1.168.5

949.6 113.5 10.8 36.3 62.2 1.172.5

1,479.9 449.6 12.4 23.9 43.6 2,009.4

2,881.2 770.7 33.6 27.0 102.9 3.815.4

BangladeshIriahi Bank Short-teruagriculturalloans Other agricultural finsOcing Lk Fisheries financing Tea production and development financing Cold storage facilities for agriculturalproducts law

186.9 160.3 13.7 179.0 2.4 542.3

173.2 258.4 39.5 247.5 13.1 741.7

255.4 668.6 47.5 411.7 16.8 1.420.0

730.4 667.2 73.7 579.6 46.5 2.097.4

1,099.6 926.9 69.5 563.0 51.4 2.710.4

2,160.8 1,202.9 121.3 458.6 64.5 4.008 .1

3,297.5 1,983.2 242.3 332.6 68.6 5.92A.3

131.4 26.8 15.2

165.9 35.2 201.1

224.5 31.3 8

207,0 50.0 257.0

137.2 36.9

190.1 34.8

179.8 33.3 211

1,085.4 192.5 24.8 214.4 28.5 1545.6

987.3 308.6 77.2 310.8 36.0 1.719.9

1,354.3 729.4 74.5 478.2 52.4 2,688.8

1,936.5 765.1 84.0 605.7 73.8 3.467.2

2,166.8 1,075.9 79.7 599.3 112.7 4.0.%.4

DanaLladesh Samabava Bank Short-term agricultural loans Other agricultural financing Total

All Xaior Credit

1b

/b

Includes refinancing provided by 8onali Bank to TCCAs/KI88 under the ZIDP/DXDI. Includes agriculturalterm credit as well as financing for mrketing, transportand agro-industriea. lot available.

Sourcas:

A

Institution.

Short-term agricultural loans Other agriculturalfinwocng /b Fisheries financing Tea production and development financing Cold storage facilities for agricultural products TotA

La

1

Bangladesh Bank, AgriculturalCredit and coio_rcial banks.

Department;

Bangladesh

Krihbi

Bank; Bangladesh

Sgambajy Bank, Ltd.;

3,830.8 1,687.3 133.7 482.5 108.1 fi.2§2,

6,358.5 2,787.2 275.9 359.6 171.5 9L9%27

-55Table 6.7 ADUS3 S3flCTiOUED B1 UA3GUADES SIIPA DM

1975/76

Wood and allied products Specialized textile. and ba-dloon sector la Paper, board. printing nd publishing /b Tannery.leatherand rubber industries Chemicals, pharmaceuticals and allied industries Engineering industries Non-letallic minerals /c

12.5

24.8

17.4

50.5

3.6 14.6 2.0

industries

Sub-total Service

industries

/d

Toe-l Sanction. Private sector Public sector

41.9

-

1983184

Cu.mlat-iv Totals 1975/76 - 19U3/84

1978/79

1979180

1980181

1 958A

192/18

198U184

92.1

63.4

288.8

495.3

202.8

4.9

3.7

130.7

109.4

253.6

431.0

414.6

25.2

44.7

39.6

108.2

104.7

40.5

-

9.9

393.1

24.7

67.9

106.1

12.1

11.9

12.1

242.4

10.8 7.0

14.2 74.7

104.3 156.2 22.7

90.6 205.9

-

103.7 137.8 10.8

16.5 28.5 1.2

388.6 650.3 49.2

-

-

-

-

-

-

5.4

11.6

142.5

4.520.7

14.9

61.7

65.0

58.8

204.2 179.4

6.2

-

33.0 11.3 1.7 -

313.5

325.9

8U.8

-970.9

164.8

-

0.9 26.9 12.8

-

5.7

0.5

1.420.3

972.2

83,1

242.1

120.7

6.6

4.7

89.7

246.8 246.8

176.0

121.0

169.0

501.9 493.8

1,092,0 1,025.8

1.589,3 1,589.3

24.8

398.3 345.2 53.1

7.9

4.5

109.7

281.2

351.7

523.5

W.

4.6

29.8

96.7

99.0

370.6

289.1

55.7

2.1

35.5

92.1

76.2

185.2

111.9

192.9

187.5

3.1

124.4

943.0

16.2

-

4.6

8.0

-

8.1

66.2

-

1.092.2 1,092.9

89.7

-

-

621.7

-

378.3

1,188.3 1.597.2

759.4 5,121.7 158.4

300443

NCIADISESEILPARII SINCSTA (BSRS) Food and alliedproducts Specializedtextiles and bsndlooc sector / Paper. board, printing and publiebing Lb Tannery, leather and rubber industries Chemicals, pbarmaceuticals and allied industries Engineering industries Mon-Metallic

-

11.1 9.9 4.2

a

minerals

-iacellaneos

industries

Sub-totel Service

induecries

/d

lAea-Sanctions

Total

5.4

ot :

OUrcees: Bangladesh

-

17.7

48.4

31.9 34.9

75.9 8.3

428.4 281.7

4.3

3.5

20.2 9.5 44.5

11.4 45.9 3.4

174.7 21.7

173.1 125.0

17.9 8.3

7.4

12.8

-

3M1.7

824.9

937.3

97.2

22.0

145.5

-

-

13.8

0.5

-

167.4

97.0

-

7.5

103.7

196.1

54.9

0.2

43.9

1.8

157.4

143.7 130.2 13.5

370.0 359.8 10.2

380.4 372.1 8.3

1.021.0 1,021.0 -

992.2 969.2 23,0

97.4 97.4 -

321.2 280.1 41.1

1.125.7 1,110.0 15.7

4.190.9 3,983.4 207.5

AI

J19.6

218.0

52.1

32Z.2

36.

7.7

cinemahouses,

hotels

Bank and Bangladesh Shilpa

Rin Sangetha.

and clinics.

A2I.31.123.9

506.2

11.5

data are net of cancellations. Shilpa

-

362.5

gles and ceramics. inland water end road tronsport,

BIRS coittuent

-

30.2

Lc Includes jute and allied fibers. Lk Includem forestry and wood products. Includes Includes

-

1.0

-

1.411.0

JL3

12.4

Dis arsgeete

9.6 9.2 10.9

4.1

798.0

148.3

149.8 54.3 95.5

Private sector Public sector

j

1975/76

1977178

7.6

50,1

TotalDiburetentse

D.

R3xWSIAuG.

(BuS)

A. BACLADEUB SEILPA DM

MiscellaneouC

1976177

AIM BANGLADSH SIWA (in uillion Taka)

355.7

4,033.5

2622.3

Tab106.8 BANGLADESH SElILPA BANK: RESOURCEPOSITION.1977- 1984 June 30, June 30, June30, June 30, June30, June30, June30, June30, 1977 1978 1979 19.00 i 121 1982 1983 1984O A. ForSeinCurrenCyResource.(Us$million) Reeources availablefromaid agreements La (-) Disbursements Resources aVailablefordisbursement (-) Fundscommitted but not yet disbursed Resources aVailable for commitmeDt e)Cancellations & vithdravals (-)ApprovalSnot yet committed

33.00 2.22 3.7L8 7.42 23.36 4.75

Foreien currency resources

18.64

available

for aPProVaL

30.60 4.07 26.53 11.02 15.51 6.12

58.3 11.07 47.46 15.06 12a" 0.61 9.29

9.39

24.72

-

60.4A 12.03

Al.S.79

15.02 A48.42 IL77 17.11 32.45 31.31 ,5?-32 1.93 5.47 32.30 47.92 4.94 14JjL

94.S4 17.78 76L.6 40.94 35.72 2.60 64.06

96.82 23.94 72.88 37.06 35.82 2.05 30.96

67. 1 1 13.40 54.11 25.38 28.33 2.74 13.46

-25.74

6.91

18.01

110.86 110.00 37.51 365.00

391.21 44.69 301.02

577.87 163.18 57.05 350.59

-181.65

.iLQ

333.4L1

B. Local CurrencyResources(Tkmillion)

p

-

Cash on hand/in banks (+)Moneyat call (-) Reserveson deposit (-) Commitmeots & approvals not yet disbursed

38.73 373.20 68.30 30.40

150.58 370.20 100.70 85.60

157.12 271.50 108.72 168.90

Local currency resources

313.23

334.48

11.1,4

available

for disbursement

273.18 142.50 137.81 253.80

191.86 78.50 141.98 365.04

24.07 -2366 2

provisional.

LA Foreign currencyresourcesprovidedby various aid donors,including ADB, IDA,IslamicDevelopment Bank,ITHC,OECF (Japan), UK (ODA), Belgium,Fed.Rep.of Germany (KWV),Saudi Arabiaand SVeden.

Source:

Bangladesh Shilpa Bank.

Iblatrlct

MihsiJk

Liii2 1.620

Di aiper 2434701 leara ZaJeha.i tab..

2,311 941 2,2391 1.201

Lii

Ruina

I aI.:

I.aod Aesancd Classification CeIti Cat-not 1v.91. v.9

Not ~~~~Total Cclti-

letoote l~~~aIna

,aICaI P.l.bhali

ihk*

Jamalpur Nbueoaiaah TaagaiI ohda Farldpur

Chiutinni

i 1 lbet Cecilla Soabbali CbLittago. 8 Cbitteoong Vill Tracts

1.50? 303 532 219 III 231

21

6.702

25

2.343 3,834 1~~ I.'1 6

5 -

5 -

In~ 49 12 I 4411 1

~~

Land kilaitntion urrent

=rpe

271

6 2i1

43 16 I 13 40

1,229 1,683 721 1,61 924

Gross Single- Deuble- Triple- Cropped

LIII

444 400 314 1,90 4409

L.14A

49

241 ~ ~~~~30 344 ~~~~~~~~432 1.421

III 4.820 Lii)

120 1.246 1:.104 189 131

I IS 3 1 20

102 16 29 22

621 1.251 I.010 l.t46 10

Lii

ii

Ul

5,4i4

81 1.6~~ 2,911 1,49 1.012

Liii

434 293

LAUI

21 41

iii

126 30 482 ~~~~ ~~~~475 39 1.688 SI t08 644 414 59 ,314 ~~~~~~~1,124 452 91 840

6

13

2.399 833 1.41

45 is 1 34

122 4 103

443 1,718 420 2:1,240 122

iii

lii

J0.900 3,042 1,440 1,197 1,121 3,240

Liii

Liii

833 199 284 J 144s 45 329 531 213 2.138

1.11

2.029 1.313 914 819 24g

"Ii

125 6 51 36 41

201 82 69 120 63

1.494 1.285 854 12S 963

icogladeablures.

of Stetiotica; and niaaioseatiuatia.

lOS

,I124 1.304

1.43

Lii

LII

LII

LII

494 1,133 1,332 1.664 933

31 48 37

2Li1

Lfii

9.211

93 16

239

362

siI 183 143 610

9,047 305 9 43

34 42 135 130 I80 11t

WLL

ini

liii

960 470 412 Up9 133

449 190a 28 214 4?

Lii

1,3

1.472 3,194

203 348 213 311 196

Rivers,tidal ic, laytee, penod,reads,buildiDss,bowstaeads. etc. &k Total area netof noatrultivabiaareaand foreets. Lu. Ares.areppedat leootanaa darinithkeyear. LI4m of simslf-creppad -rea Plus 2 a double-tropped area plue 3 x triple-cropped area. IaktmIe of aren croppedarea to nor croppedarea. uktIe not :Tonecroppedarea to not croppedsareaplus caurootfatleoa. I-tl o aro crapped area to culti.vable ar-. area I,rrlgale by gravitysuatMs. canalsand araditlea.l atcd. (ouchan aving baskets, deans, etc.). Percentage of cultivable area lrrl4ated. UnadjustedCenausreaulla(ot MtarahA, 19811. LIL Paen erar ftoa ra Li. Pera:a:e: ce: fcltvh. ra I.u....

LAM

tetnit

I.3 1.90 *.o

59 228 91 2

391 816 820 141 493

lessthan 50 acren It.

la

326 1.035 320 40 310

~ ~~~ ~~~~~~45

2.449

Liii

L&LL

Cropplng

85 905 101 10 A

lai

1,29 1.92 i .4 1.54

~

"

1.43 1.39 1,21 1.43 1.32

1.23 9.31 1.23 3.432 1.24

1,144

1.1-11

3.074 1,143 1.151 1,9

2.79 1.92 9.44 16

HI 1.1

LA.U

Liz

2,514 2,205 1,331 1,122 2338

1.48 2.72 1.51 1.38 1.30

1.41 2.45 2.33 1,1

14

1.32 1.41 8.43 9.33 0.97

LAi

1.24 1.14 96 1.4293 1.34

toroatto Alto Irrigated oup and Ouber

ii

83

i

LAM

8.0 lrri4atiom

.21

haL

174 57

61 146 44

126

It

Lai

Mi

11

2.1

24

1.22 1.35 1.23 1.40 1.21

113 It0 55 43 32

124 44 53 99 I

231 154 109 282 33

32.3 12.0 0.9 MS, 4.5

ii

L 16.3

3.1 2ULi

33,2 34.4 22,3J 32

6,543 2.444 10,049 6,48

I

OO

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1.1 2.43 2.84 1.32 1

'AP

441 212 222 50

351 144 9 821 14

ji

iii

ii

1.24 1.61 1,31 1.30 0.42

1461 116 7s 193 90

246 113 17 15so 22

144 10.7 320 11.4 22I0.II18 21 6.0 I4 2' 4.1

231 425 221 03: 46

LiAU

901 569 152 343 32

"AL

25,0 26.9 15,4 39.4 19.1

i.10

70PuIsOl.0 ett

324 6.440 5,26 3.41

IIiAS 2,213 4.014 4.33) 4,468 1.840 2.445

=%11 2,450 6.440 3,813 5.478 74"

i

141

19 2.74 283 2.23 21.85

2.34 2.533 24 2.8

L&i

La1

2.44, 1.46 2.40 ,172

3.12 3.94 3.68 2,49

Li&

Lai

3.54

2.59 3.14

2.2 2.) 2.93 .5 49 2.77

3.37

3.4 3.82 1.32 2.5

LOELa11 1.44 2.18 4.14 1.00 3.29 3.14 0.13

3,85 4.2? 2.42

Table 7.2 AGRICULTURALLAND HOLDINGS.1977: NUMBER.SIZE AND FRAGMENTATION Size Classification _ (acres)

Numberof Holdings (number) (Z)

Acreageof Holdings Total Average (acres) tZ) (acres)

0.5 1.0 1.5 2.5 5.0

342,040 648,302 799,282 1,322,258 1,829,458

5.5 10.4 12.8 21.1 29.2

109,009 0.5 472,029 2.1 961,580 4.4 2,574,475 11.7 6,402,140 29.2

0.319 0.730 1.203 1.947 3.499

2.9 4.4 5.7 7.5 10.5

0.109 0.167 0.209 0.260 0.334

5.0 - 7.5 7.5 - 10.0 10.0 - 12.5 12.5 - 15.0 15.0 - 25.0 Over 25.0

726,272 269,296 140,796 62,901 93,357 23,211

11.6 4.3 2.3 1.0 1.5 0.4

4,335,620 19.7 2,279,487 10.4 1,540,086 7.0 849,186 3.9 1,691,215 7.7 744,664 3.4

5.970 8.465 10.938 13.500 18.116 32.082

14.2 17.4 20.1 21.8 25.9 32.8

0.420 0.488 0.545 0.620 0.699 0.977

3.509



0.367

0.0 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.5 -

Total/Average Source:

Bangladesh

6.257.173

100.0

Bureau of Statistics,

21.959.476 Agriculture

100.0 Census 1977.

Fragmentsner Holding Average Size Number (acres)

Table 7.3 FARMHOLDINGS AID TEUANCY BT SIZE. 1977

size Claesification t)ue(cres) 0.0 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.5

-

0.5 1.0 1.5 2.5 5.0

5.0 - 7.5 7.5 - 10.0 10.0 - 12.5 12.5 - 15.0 15.0 - 23.0 Over 25.0 Total/Average

r

Habr

Total Holding, Acreage Total Average (cre) (cresI)

OwmerHoldiatr .h Aegean Total Average Number (acres) Ucm)

.. har

Owmer-cum-Tenant Holdings Acreag fam ed Acreale Rented Total Average Total [email protected] (Ars) Ijuu. Uauum IMUAs

342,040 648,302 799,282 1.322.258 1,829,458

109,009 472,029 961,580 2,574,475 6,402,140

0.319 0.730 1.203 1.947 3.499

290,168 458,107 513,531 733,545 909,701

90,252 327,188 608,847 1,416,222 3,152,844

0.311 0.714 1.186 1.931 3.470

49,033 186,144 280,445 579,976 910.333

17,855 142,091 346,661 1,141,638 3.213,974

726,272 269,296 140,796 62,901 93,357 23,211

4,335,620 2,279.487 1,540,066 849, 186 1,691,215 744.664

5.970 8.465 10.938 13.500 18.116 32.082

387.947 149,289 87, 651 37,638 63,976 15,768

2,311,900 1,259,523 955,688 508,233 1,158,404 496,701

5.959 8.437 10.903 13.503 18.107 31.501

335,355 119,197 53,046 25,171 29,256 7,443

2,007,188 1 0133.34 53, 402 339,724 530,861 247,973

21,959.476

3.509

3,646,321

6.257.173

Iources Bangladesb Bureau of Itatistics,

Agriculture Ceusue 1977.

j2, j.

7

J

2.575.399 J

9.554.632

0.364 0.763 1.236 1.968 3.531 5.9e5 8.501 10.998 13.497 18.145 33.316

9,991 69,160 158,507 489,038 1,269,692 720,391 326,350 189, 575 110,194 162,725 86,074

L3.91636 3.UI

Tenant aldincs Acrease Total Average Nmber uacres (aeres) ialVT

Total Acreage a

0.204 0.372 0.565 0.843 1.395

2,839 4,051 5,306 8,737 10,424

910 2,788 6,095 16,619 35, 382

0.321 0.688 1.149 1.902 3.394

10,901 71,948 164,602 505,657 1,305,074

10.0 15.2 17.1 19.6 20.4

2.148 2.736 3.574 4.378 5.562 11.564

2,970 810 99 92 125 -

16,531 6,632 1 012 1,244 1,973 _

5.566 8.198 10.222 13.522 15.784 -

736,922 332,982 190,587 1113438 164,698 16,074

17.0 14.6 12.4 13.1 9.7 11.6

35.453

8JJ.16

hL

I"

3.6L0i801

Li

-60-

Table

7.4

AGRICULTMtALNLCHINIERYAND IMPLEMENTSON BANGIAlDqSHFARNS. 1977 Number Reported Tractors

Power tillers Power pumps Other power implements Ploughs Ladders Spades Sickles

Farm Boldinats Ownership

Reportag. Use

3,454

3,422

35,155

1,738 58,844 2,609

1,709 57,426 2,502

12,035 475,163 31,675

7,271,874 5,723,788 7,024,824 12,218,108

5,386,993 5,252,080 5,490,189 6,001,019

6,099,741 6,037,563 5,915,966 6,118,079

129,816

121,485

433,321

Hand hoe combings

2,863,552

2,676,442

3,198,250

Khurpis

1,960,005

1,301,783

1,369,116

Weeding hooks

8,342,157

4,245,849

4,352,776

744,904 949,531

684,421 814,708

776,480 980,068

576,660

563,872

689,476

21,000 96,350

68,377 106,165

Hand sprayers

Boats Dhoons Bullock

carts

Sugarcanecrushers Others

21,317 163,457

Note: The total number of farm holdingswas 6,852,558; of these, 595,385 were reportinglivestock,but no land holdings. Source: BangladeshBureau of Statistics, AgricultureCensus 1977.

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9.0 L.8 9.1 6.1 6.3 7.6 6.0

91

5.9 9.2 6.2 52.5 16.5

-coriander

-

9.0a 6.9 9.2 6.2 6.7 7.6 6.7

2m. C 9.9) (12.93 (23.3) 9.7 6.8 7.8 0.2

297111K71917W

2.9 9.2 6.2 12.2 20.7

henf 01111.. Bebi chillies OLe. Garlic - inge - Ireeric

-

6.9 9.1 6.8 6.0 6.4 7.6 6.7

11.4 4 6.5) (16.6) (23.23 6.3 6.3 7.3 7.3

1*231R68 1976177

7.6 9.6 6.3 57.3 19. 9

-

-ye.t.t" - sweet

11.6 C .6.) 111.6) (21.7) LBa L. I 7.8 0.3

04175

7.1 9.8 7.3 62.1 19.3

Tobacco Deteleeta Uetet lea,. Other drug. 6 meredtes

-Other

v721971741 as

19711n2

12.2 C 9.9) (11.3) (26.16) 9.6 7.7 10.2 LI

fibe n.

-Ted

-

1970M

(12.7) (23.7) 9.3 7.3 10,2 6.7

C 9.4

(eAM) CAme) Camero) nec - 3=1.1 - Raise - Other corel.

-

1969/70

and by the tonD hautre which

5.0

Table 7,8 IOODGRAIN ACREAGE.AVERACG YIELDSANDPiODUCTION.1960/61 - 1983/84 Acreage ('000 acres) All .Sro Nice

_AWL.

140 145 182 142 132 148

22,025 21,108 21,666 22,401 22,937 22.027

10.79 10.79 9.68 10.98 10.24 10.50

12.27 12.86 11.57 13.59 13.08 ILA"

12.11 13,11 12.25 12.96 14.84 13.07L

11.84 12.29 11.06 12.79 12.34 12L.

6.22 7.32 6.58 6.52 6.39 La6

11.80 12,26 11.02 12.75 12.30 12.0

2,497 2,328 2,202 2,657 2,501 2.43

6,574 6,652 6,046 7,290 7,262 L6.6

448 485 482 509 574 1

9,519 9,465 8,730 10,457 10,337 9.702

32 39 44 34 31 36

9,551 9,504 8,774 10,491 10,368 9.73S

23,130 22,130 24,427 24,568 25,486 24.005

138 168 192 290 296 216

23,266 22,582 24,619 24,858 25,782 24.221

10.85 10.45 10.16 9.54 9.53 10.08

12.61 11.46 12.64 12.55 12.75 12.41

14.80 16,27 19.77 21.78 23.73 20.04

12.16 11.44 12.25 12.37 12.62 12.19

7.01 8.59 8.22 8.64 9.47 8

12.13 11.42 12.22 12.33 12.58 12.15

2,918 2,674 3,069 2,683 2,963 2. 861

6,799 5,919 6,812 6,870 6,949

L6.7

618 831 1,114 1,612 1,903 1.216

10,335 9,424 10,995 11,165 11,815 10.747

35 53 58 92 103 68

10,370 9,477 11,053 11,257 11,919 10.81Si

24.494 22,975 23,796 24,410 24,197 23.974

311 314 297 305 311 308

24,805 23,289 24,093 24,715 24,508 24,22

9.88 8,59 8.54 9.93 9.90 L.

11.35 11.59 10.77 12.90 12.13 11.75

24.60 21.65 23.16 23.28 21.33 22.78

12.19 11.58 11.36 13.07 12.50 12f15

9.63 9.80 8.25 9.73 10.07 9.46

12.16 11.56 11.32 13.03 12.47 12.12

2,863 2,341 2,273 2,802 2,859 2,628

5,912 5,695 5,587 6,699 6,000

2.192 1,738 2,071 2,220 2,250

110 113 90 109 115

L.

10,967 9,774 9,932 11,721 11,109 19,70-1

IE

11.077 9,887 10,022 11,830 11,224 10I808

25,525 24,419 24,778 24,992 25,106 24 42964 .

371 395 467 654 1,071

25,896 24,814 25,245 25,646 26,177

10.40 10.31 10.81 11.19 10.18

13.47 13.10 14.17 14.09 13.47

21.93 21.27 22.55 19.82 23.27

13.40 12.89 14.02 13.77 13.59

15.77 17.57 19.99 20.23 20.59

13.43 12.97 14.13 13.94 13.88

3,230 3,011 3,104 3,288 2,809

7,045 6,906 7,422 7,429 7,303

2,286 1,650 2,J39 1,929 2,427

12,561 11,567 12,765 12,646 12,539

215 255 343 486 810

12,776 11,822 13,107 13,132 13,349

1.58

13.6

28L_

UAA

1A

LI.U0

12.416

422

12.837

11.46 11.27 10.52 11.13

14.29 13.00 13.75 14.32

24.58 26.24 26.82 25.91

14.60 14,13 14.56 14.73

20.03 19.63 22.86 24.97

2,589 3,102 3,490 3,297

13,663 13,415 13,991 14,279

Aus

Ant

1960/61 1961/62 1962/63 1963/64 1964/65 S-YearAverau

6,300 5,874 6,192 6,586 6,645 6.M1

14,578 14,082 14,221 14,604 15,107 14.518

1,007 1,007 1,071 1,069 1,053 L.0L

21,885 20,963 21,484 22.259 22,805 21.879

1965/66 1966/67 1967/68 1968/69 1969/70 5-Year Average

7,321 6,965 8,221 7,658 8,462

L7.2

14,672 14,059 14,672 14,895 14,841 14.628

1,137 1,390 1,534 2,015 2,183 1.

1970/71 1971/72 1972/73 1973/74 1974/75 5-Year Aver ae

7,885 7,418 7,241 7,681 7,857 7.616

14,184 13,322 14,121 14,133 13,469 13.856

2,425 2,185 2,434 2,596 2,871 2.502

8,452 7,952 7,814 7,995 7,505

14,236 14,355 14.261 14,347 14,762

2,837 2,112 2,703 2,650 2,839

7.9

14.392

7,689 7,774 7,805 7,756

14,918 14,854 14,812 14,845

5-YearAveraste 1980/81 1981/82 1982/83 1983/84

2,868 3,218 3,542 3,463

25,474 25,846 26,159 26,064

WheAt

592 25.556 1,461 26,935 1,320 27,166 1,283p 27,442 1,300 27,364

e estimated.

p - projected.

La Lb

I long ton - 27.22 oaunde; I maund - 82.29 lb.. Crossproduction, expressed in long tons of rice equivalent.

Source: Bangladeah Bureau of Statistics.

All Grains

Production Lk ('000 lons tons) All J_AhnP Rces

All ftaiu

Year

1975/76 1976/77 1977/78 1978/79 1979/80

Average Yields (meundeper acre /a) All AMn Baro RieU Nh.

il

La

14.89 14.40 14.95 15.20

_AuL_

LU

3.237 3,218 3,018 3,171

LI

L7.2

7,837 7,095 7,483 7,811

WTh&

1,075 952 1,078 1,192

All Grains

14,738 14,367 15,069 15,471

g

Tabei 7.9

PRODUCTION OF FOODGRAINS (RICE ANDWHIAT)BY DISTRICT. 1969/70 - 1983/84 (p000 long tons) Division/District

1969/70 1970/71

A971/72 1972/73 1973/74 1974/75 1975/76 1976/77 1977/78 1978/79 1979/8

1980/81 19§1/d2 1981283 1983184

.1A

685 1,338 558 771 396

4.209 852 1,414 651 843 449

4.181 760 1,377 627 878 539

4.286 757 1,461 651 864 553

2.521 271 605 593 679 373

2.775 337 610 636 771 421

1L 2.521 304 610 564 651 388

2,622 2.784 302 351 597 628 600 624 709 721 414 460

laishahi Dinajpur Rangpur Bogra Rajahahi Pabna

32Q4 604 982 402 799 417

3420 657 1,135 468 848 312

2.671 393 1,059 379 561 279

2.670 427 917 386 643 297

3.215 667 1,126 449 688 285

3.196 632 1,043 483 723 315

3.292 625 1,078 438 745 406

3.34 656 1,045 456 772 395

3.512 645 1,109 512 802 444

3.639 689 1,188 556 764 442

tbulna Kusbtia Jessore Khulna Barisal Patuakhali

2.239 179 474 521 1,003 62

1.752 203 455 335 521 239

1.670 114 446 289 527 294

L.82

2.04 217 483 448 655 239

2.131

2.464 231 605 557 692 379

2.405 234 573 539 697 362

2L0 275 631 570 696 398

2.

2.602

2.708

3.141

3.351

im )

11,402 281 597 428

I ) 11,733 288 663 457

)

)1,439 183 585 395

2.737 ) )1,539 254 635 309

)1,577 356 603 441

)1,732 447 736 436

)1,71! 441 757 506

71,371 449 754 433

)1,546 483 825 421

)1,573 532 850 529

3-4AA5 I31,269 1,319 901 859 544 463 603 560 128 102

2909 984 749 507 575 94

2.790 906 728 514 582 60

3.43 1,012 1,004 594 729 93

2.1 1,051 574 497 704 93

3.L6 1,215 933 660 709 98

645 848 738 633 100

3675 1,083 960 758 773 101

LA46 926 973 727 742 101

L6IUJ 1,064 1,017 658 798 105

1,275 1,086 709 625 112

3.711 1,158 1,095 591 766 101

9.887

10.022

11.830

11.224

1.2776

11.8 22

11,197

13.132

13,.349

1438

Dbaka Jamalpur /

Mymensingh L Tangail Dhaka Faridpur Chittamont Sylhet Comill Noakhall Chittagong Chittagong Hill Tracts

iTm. L.

Lk

) )1,791 52 664 523

11.912

)

11.077

162 392 306 657 334

Jamalpur vas a subdivision of Mymnsingh until December 26, 1978, Including Jamalpur from 1969/70 through 1978/79.

Source:

BangladeshBureau of Statistics.

243 576 492 527 293

2.97 3.405 3.12 ) } )1,845 71,643 339 383 732 685 489 419

L2AA

334 614 570 705 386 3

.436 3 429

.7a 472

4.680 867 1,444 751 1,026 592

LIda 4.255 469

4.056 511 )1,620 1,557 610 554 898 851 597 583 530

3.906 1,151 1,167 676 813 99

14.736715,069

2,I1 1,172 1,154 691 829 105 15.471

Table 7.1 P300ICtIONl' AUt ICiC3CR DIST91CT IffUW69 - 19841/8 lin long tons of rice equivalent) W.lniind

trict

waisbhl

flnajpur Rangpur ngr aJuhabi tubna

1968/69

1969/10

jfQ7C[

§75 980 226,850 388,470 91,370 141,160 1227,30

926 420

909 280 6S111390 OMAN 400 1 139 150 103,0U5 82,815 162,S2S 367.785 276,480 247,375 294,095 813,20 58,020 82.590 80,310 170,740 132,530 142, 45 150,530 100,485 88,315 89,755 67,255

kLLn In.4922450 a luihtla

99,940 211,320 26,280 )134,930

Jessore 2hulne arol LA acuaalkhli Lk Shah.kd

AI0bOR

JamalpurLe Mym_nanasb /1 Tangail LE DhMas Farldpur

JiittU Sylot co.133 HoakthaIi Chittgogoa Chittesons Mill Trect Iandarbane

3s

405,070 113,090 126,850

/

564249 83,390 215,740 137,230 71,000 3 50,330 3.

187.185 324,985 95,240 173,860 145,150

1971/72

58. 370 596 325 97,455 116,210 214,445 226,515 49,115 33,645 331,155 185,165 39,200 34,190

475D755 73,505 703,210 40,365 128,750 29,925

730. 020

f61 370

A6b437S

1330,060 )316,110 7 60,490 385,035 145.300 164,925 142,475 725 325 164,960 224,045 154,690 121,470 I 60,160

1972/73

4240A 25 99,300 176,050 20,215 167,000 31, 60

L973/74

WIL

815 450 167.430 295,175 1113860 154,075 86,510

871,91 ULM47 173,225 198,530 327,575 334,430 97 165 105,840 163,535 177,765 105,410 113,110

58USM 6I 0 123,101 146,880 212,120 263,315 39.345 53135 173,840 1138,65 39.095 29,265

Z970 71717DS 846L165

1285,580 )266,620 )376,240 81,905 19,185 64, 65 150,285 104,565 138, 340 117,600 353,000 138,260

693W 205 585,65 157,025 132,080 733,480 169.950 177,935 143,625 100,405 95,810 ) 44,360 3 44,420

l9wiL

O fli 125,975 275,895 45,630 11 ,650 36,530 883.955

)4143,85 1466,355 100,695 93,560 154.415 157,100 176.270 171,920

1976/77

1U71z1

1nUi9

199l/80

1101

UIgl82

14t2/t3

1983/614 1901

94,495 137,045 329,220 103,635 I3l,435 113,160

972A155 201,895 349,205 120,630 311,035 1329,340

71 8688 163,900 272,940 106,500 131,785 108,760

854 490 167,100 2913190 133,935 113,980 121,705

924 t90 161,180 325,090 333,860 183,885 131,775

809,665

160.800 313,825 116,215 3117,65 99,160

881 705 192,38S 273,110 110,890 398,795 106,025

814.81S 193,375 251,005 84,310 176,025 104,120

6L.50 353,010 261,270 50,365 176,325 49,670

5590 L 80 107.760 207,870 46,675 158,180 39,320

746.015 141,530 224,330 30,420 225,875 73,660

I8ZQ40S 125,680 205,425 46,170 146,055 59,075

563JI 21 L 95,340 172,050 57,430 170,275 68,120

LZU 134,345 165,360 57,079 189,065 80,915

501814110 156,815 139,485 29,705 137,080 45,245

eO6280 37,860 11 297,020 113,935 149,470 122,995

84 5 334,955 350,590 ll3,505 162,670 121,725

I i 1133,270 372,440 3OS,320 179,105 140,710

9309fO 137,880 355,855 109,590 181,500 146,155

9421U12S 127,M9 372,020 92,330 192,720 157,765

864M 790 312,735 423,955 70,710 152,115 305,275

m19an0

628a050

6841605 64-t195 112,540 335,620 253,420 273,115 47,380 46,255 223,190 144,810 49,615 471395 646,945 I )40,955 308,260 154,110 143,650

529. 630 740 635 li i 792.555 550,41 2,335 144,580 200,9g8s 251,605 61,270 157,710 248,235 93,930 193,045 1820,40 158,530 149,690 93,545 10,325 203,840 100,020 162,355 359,125 ;37,855 64,520 1 30,915 1 37,775 1 37,935 1 43,725 1 32,940

801.390 a"5 406,060 3412,565 114,690 121,060 162,935 160,060 118,205 150,380 759 61O 174,110 220,465 166,645 163,640 1 34 750

70,715 182.770 237,135 170,765 154,065 1 38,4J0

659 375 752 660 156,070 206,060 215,295 217,225 153,860 177,570 106,50 113,335 1 27,300 1 33,470

79maaan 7Ja675 250,510 199,715 229,245 233,480 14,245 139,880 136,245 114,740 J 35,660 1 25,790

175,600 235,975 161,610 316,210 29,905 -

2L6A2910 L963135

263,85

27341.400 2L273425

20135 27.JSt965 3L230U10

3M011

3Uo 1910

La In

1967/68 -nd 1968/69, iocludipg Paguakhali, Lk tn 1967/68 and 1968/69, Included In larimal. LU Included In Mymsinngh. Firom 1967/63 to 1969/70. including Jsalpur and Tangail; from 1970/73 to 1978/79, Including faslpur, Fron 1967/68 to 1969/70, Included in Hyutaainsh. LL Froy 1967/68 to 1901/2, Including Sandarban, La frog 1967/68 to 1981/82.included In Chittasnug Hill Tracts. Source: anglsde,h Bureau of Statisilcs.

1981/84, Including 2I1horegent.

3i281t935

S09,5

3

124660131 94S 3017.535

3170

345,355

194,295 144,2135 114,490 11,240 8,)70

1565 21731.571

T tla

7.11

UIooCTIOU O1AAM RICa IT DOITlICT. 1963/69 - 19831/U (in leso toeG ef rio. equivalent) Diishion/

196li69

istlsi

!snaiLUI Dinaipur

1969/70

LIIU 4

4

Ctitts1°9A

Injeeai t

T

Stabl IkINa I.re3 toobb Kuh iS4

19U8/

Jigger, 041,110 r\liLlr Ibulna Bart:al14

Putuabbali Lk

Jamalpur IL My .sin5 b LA ana&'. i Dlijak 'Sri dpu

455,405

1971172

172)

1LA

,1O

285.855

614,610 31.4380 53,9N 2 e40

622.025

133,755

1.54.0

250,905 3;,4140

350,460 3764540

297,250 349 00

1787210

663,220 232O810

1* 11I080

2,128457 47 63,950

221,100 10O 600 494,320 654,310

I

li4LA20

3

985.715

Chittagong 6333 ?ractn

3969/70,

31.1.75

S3400 3

1ii0m

Inclu,ding

U211Z

1Sh4/75

JAlUI2

6.5

45,8530

77S.020 4Je4,0 134,545 15M22

O1SSI 22 1.1X4 04 1.141 71S J.77}2651 84,600 81,520 23,240 50,920 212.6105 65,83

231,120 437,665 I746,570 377j~~~401 '06

2

393,430 466 6S5 255,935 385540 339.235

222,240 10 i0 231,995 302,023

221,735

611,570 62451 .45600 49 7,7s 514,480 3505 452, 930 431,115 334,900 332,325 238,300 221,485 335,340 319.015 256,030 299,653 32,8$40 38,340 32.465 32,8$05

1969/70, included 1975/76, included 1969/70, including 1969/70, included

0, 85

26S.960 405,005

1405.690 5

3

432.'80

I 3928,850 2938,530 2658,580 2760,645 2 2 69.42S 35341 300,600 3121,20 266,655 302,490 228,020 303,345 181,385 327,105

Sylbet CanI Ia VeabbalI1 Cbitt*aln 8

LiL From 1967/88 to 1kFrom 1967168 to I.From3967/68 to firom 3967/68 to Iraum1967/68 to

[Wi

LWI

391,635 275 010 247,600 360.275

233.550

246.

tl75

371,210 333,555

138,430

122

J9.U540

334.010

473561 347,320 12A9.11

A176

6

9

70,1755

392,.1j 4340S 9, 26.1035

iAL=

LI1

4 73435

1693.640

1977h u

LZLI 4

iO IgiZ

8

1729.00

11,960

32:,910 492 325

34' 485 0

226,230

259. 80

247,910

1re32,6r0

272,320 "15"240 403t025 303,035

222,485

293,460 '411.'5 496,/70 319,355

299,135

280,945 4'i l' 471,230 411,420

303,550

M

11801/81

1hlLI4S

|45 90,035

:34o

65910

813,520

852.51 10

In.

349,05

359.105 515,835

351,155 513,466

35,,310 42756



196,195

197.995

1IUJZA

73,525

75,270

307,830 420.1 ° 415,335 416,94S

293.055 97 508,873 455,425

313,795

JL8 498,180

411,925

303,740 77311 415,495 449,260

325,435

I9UM

JLh 453,675

22,575

301,545 oi, 43,360 443,480 2442

1£2813

1911182

.21.

442,

310,745 472,285

Lt.o2

11

OWJ1LU11LL2

2 qjO0 780 1.57.07 70,465 82,145 15178,635 212375710 72.830 1

203,785

336,925

270 227,290

|o

228,215

1 L03111

.5755 88,640 1

267,640 ' 467,3/0 405,330

313,07S

6.601U 67,140

5

5,602

242,800 1,IL1Z1

5.6 53|S OO 80,345

291,330 493,190 424,030

227,780 520,440 455,880

326,175

365,480

202.150O 29311,60 1730,205 2930.4s 3ls 40,8685 368,130 373,205 363,22 0 275.915 304,935 252,415 357,131 198, 335 258,115 364,465 244,13

248,335 567,455 380,135 338,283 224, 300

233,335 843,780 233,800 344,073 242,345

243,620 876,860 236,325 358,310 275.335

254,980 657,930 194,37S 332,78 206.410

2617,115 730,675 397,820 337,585 193,680

228,110 639,305 184,640 335,175 210,275

24S,930 678,705 200,940 314,8955 221,050

236,66.0 824,730 303,840 312,090 237,730

434,990 407,6 10 277,335 295,5070 33,970

432,305 4301,05 395,385 383,330 4265

471,980 505,045 452,260 400,395 4~

486,480 47,320 435,940 313,8315 46,435

492,030 4*2,8210 358,525 422,545 54,635

565,470 505,480 458,150 439,475 58,490

509,035 443,920 315,010 352, 320 42,220

525,773 494,835 345,045 403,195 45,360

56,4345 193,830 379,035 408,530 36,029

$74,035 533,340 297,335 372,250 38,335

443,240 344,495 240,635 481,915 259,475 120,73% 343,390 38,325 33,07.979

?at,'akt,ali.

La Barusal, in Hjmnaingb. JIanaI3ur &ad7aug.13; from1970/11 to 1973/76, including Jhaalpur. to Hmnsaingli.

SWrce: Bangladesb Burceau of Statistics.

1f

LVL1

P8ODUCT0o3 or l010 NICEBYDI5T7ICT. 1967/66- 1933/84 iie aonstomeof rice equivlent) VlwLis/D bt51et

t967/6e

196e/S9g

1969170

*&ishabi Diemjpur laospur logra, tajohabi Fabm

70S0 4, 010 10,030 20,390 37,520 7,130

132.6110 144 M 6,650 6,800 28,710 30,555 39,690 22,680 60,9)0 66,130 16,850 188120

Jhulne K Iti hu

37.950 2,160 3,260 17,330 )

76.710 2,885 10,8A 31, 95 24,510 6,525

Jhula2 Isrim4l I fatuelbali /L RUM

I9,800

1970/71

1971172

1972/73

178 000

138,665 3,295 24,725 20,19 63 020 27,070

20 ,3S5 V."S 210,975 13,915 14 06S 20535 33,335 51 20S 49,671 34.51 39,520 38,920 82,030 I Se685 104, 125 40,640 59,860 57,120

167 205 2,610 15,603 30,821 96,355 42,030

262945 4,6S5 21,285 38,320 129,695 68,990

9,220 29,665 33,0 78.590 26,760

157.0OQ 220.0O 2,890 4.70 23,650 29,375 33,630 44,930 74,360 145,515 22,330 61,550

1913/74

A

?Iyuee.ingl LA Ta>a6l Lt Dubio Tmrldpur

Islil

1k

19-wX1

248A.4S

171109S 24 1161 1,25 3 13,960 19,220 46,265 19,68) 55,210 I94,660 b5b 26,315 365735

100,23 40,970 38,150 301,30 57,260

1977/7S

196 030 2,75 26,600 32,2S) 109,49S 24,893

1978/79

1979/10

1910/61

19U/692

19d2/S3

2L 01 10,320 52,765 613,10 24,760

274,260 33,455 79 010 66,1020 b4,207 28,170

302 97S 20,675 75,435 69,93) 98504 0 4Q rb2

j$.90 20,14 105,710 308,390 33 0 l00,e25

547.030.9 3,22) 34,621 124,920 126,91 127,590 189,940 130.020 1S110 32

153 72s 2,480 8,060 30,720 77,995 24,470

IA.55 3,3S 17,465 38,685 99,125 30,193

10,MJ 4,020 25 955

12.090 2S9"1 7,20) S,85 62,275 78,295 40,100 44,175 96,340 13,120 31,170 37,900

319145

6, 710 10,460

19S31/U

212450 6,760 76,870 41.730 11,920 133170

714.2IS 731.000 642iiS 767 U0 7US160 769.91S S10.&a 700 625 809 70S A ELLII 96165 L4 1433L250 1242610 I 7 7 3 3 3 40,020 )471,030 3470.765) 463,993 )391,173-2432,165 61,783 33332 329,410 115,590 )443,3)0 1430,215 34)8,920 1273,431 2432,690 322,160 400,910 642,826 360,420 5)6,220 320,16) 30,720 49,33 32,220 58,285 90,040 680,00 18,830 0, 930 106,38 0 236,68 95,320 77e10626,95 204,430 262,34) 220,385 26 so0 67,805 11,33 231120 S 215,7230193,975 21 65 203730 214 226,18 5 29330 315705 23,8~~II.30 26,370 673 } 2,5 33,530 49,883 42,400 67,260 70,700 67,705 60171) 38,710 51,335 16,813 60,530 5,25 0440 3,10 845 12242255,69 7I8L10I ilidil 993.023 769.290 83).11 871k92 99L.23 I.ClLLiI 669a3i 99,1i2L37 iZd L 0JU3I UIi00 1,13411Ll24h 322.200 449,320 474,290 331701 I 353,560 408,220 292,660 406,080 421,830 149, 87) 430,325 273,905 430,655 492,330 389,70 4315 1 L 423,225 12,200 129,123 162,470 184,035 137,410 150,820 227,293 200 010 228,920 317,030 387 i9 3198,46 2144, 5) 243,460 303,7iS 26,470 320,880 37,260 243,000 57,140 66,355 83,970 77,750 243,89) 132,925 138630 9,920 337,833 362,770 203,390 239,613 147,37) 1133400 330,335 390,105 149,050 319,330 183,085) 347,035 394,345 203,330 270,065 387,93 383,430 200,665 216,48) 269,3 6,9 2,6 9,3 0,6 Tracte 3S,000 29,69S 30,090 25340 17,020 15,235 16,605 23, 865 13,993 24,145 20,100 15,84) 22,730 20,260 23,035 27,885 26,750 LJ.Q113 86 111 880 149024910 2192185 173U 070 2L070Z2 2112p2.001 L4L6I 21284511 JdLIo12 .IALA615 1,92915fi 2L26 id90 2S588625 3L1021 3 49fJM 3,29634 1392,3 80

~~hlL1iaua

Sylbat Comlla Coakbal Cbtaoe Chittsyong 8ill

1975176

?27.8115 215.500 212.320 tOS UO 4,820 1,8) 3,930 4,353 25,900 33,800 21,155 18,955 J1,610 35 120 28,660 36,595 146,910 207,680 325,210 57,9e 63,645 31,0C 43,365 8,920

499.330 624.385

TJaalpur

1914175

In 1967/68, ID including Fetuobhali. In 19671/68, nelude in Barisal, Irom 1967/68 to 1977/7d8ineluded lm Kynlneims. F *on 1967168to 196S169,including Jasolpur snd Tangaill frm 1969/70 to 1977/78, iocluding W, Jeualpur. Irom 1967/68 to 96U/69 ineclrded in 31yaoseigb.

SOUrcs: Saealad.eh gUrsau of Statietics,

9

Table

7,13

PRODUCTION OF VIlAT ?SY DISTIICT; 19 /68

1967/S

Oivisio,/District 9aishahi

Dinsjpur Rangpur ao gr Rajahahi Pabuo

Chitgagong BandarbanU

Total

47.86j 2,819

7 6,485 1,915 100

1I.310 11,540 3,525 385 50

18.7 35 13.705 4,720 205 85

20.342 14,245 5,825 190 70

21.780 15,995 5,325 275 ISO

)220

10

IakA 19I670 ) )2,370

,L765 ) 12,600 1 5,400 18,765

20

30580 902 1,063 1,460 5,240 21,915

LAU 90

L,.

115 7,340 170 70

105 7,410 195 30

. -

57.895 neiligible

Zl

48.575 610 5,920 3,370 16,125 22,550

4,700 12,600

Tracts

13

47.420 2,695 6,075 2,720 14,030 21,900

3.2g 95 2,995 130 70 Hill

1971/72

46.250 2,725 5,445 3,085 14,070 20,925

I

Chittaconl Sylhet Comilla Noakhali Chittesong

1970/71

42.445 3,645 9,200 2,730 131020 17,850

hulna Xushtia JeAsore Xhulna Sarisal La. PataAhali /b Jaualpur L HymonsigohLa TangailL Dhaka F3ridpur

1968/69 1969/70

26.215 1,620 4,135 1,685 8,905 9,870

. -

92.1

LQ

1975J76

9731j74

1977/78

136.048 211.57: 25 097 47,936 15,712 56,775 27,802 29,415 32,505 37,812 34,937 39,633

3,410 13,331 22,881

50.802 5,301 5,587 3,633 13,215 22,866

50.737 3,05h 5,648 3,862 14,656 23,513

84.527 15.485 7,029 9,471 25,110 2D,132

95.711 12,270 6,960 19,813 27,669 29,059

10.724 7,507 3,040 95 79

22.845 19,278 3,439 Rl 47

23.796 19,396 4,112 240 48

56.121 39,008 16,014 888 211

60.570 38,488 20,111 1,917 54

5,421

91.9b7 64,195 23,379 4,286 107

1978/79

136.335 90,520 31,360 13,230 1,225

1979180

1980181

12 l/82

1982/JI

LI= I

442.165 69,545 188,850 38,590 83,045 62,135

599.J8 146,235 195,730 50,525 117,060 82,295

446.670 128,845 125,380 47,500 71,160 73,785

534.895 111,175 167230 51,345 107,575 97,570

5u8 140,875 170,840 60,700 110,540 105,690

173.705 86,510 71,855 12,555 2,740

193605 115,800 66,740 8,190 2,785

196.585 106,675 73,990 13,080 2,805

195.100 130,030 55,445 5,030 4,435

194.670 129,845 58,400 4,635 1,755

5

90

160

35

12

5

3

fl320 1,046 1,184 3,920 5,540 21,510

32.030 1,015 1,180 2,155 5.265 22,415

18522 920 1,017 2,061 4,832 9,692

20.053 1,004 13015 2,214 4,248 11,572

20.901 987 894 1,930. 4,080 13,010

29107 332 5,694 5,925 5,367 11,789

45.067 3,052 7,638 11,588 10,734 12,055

66.617 5,773 8,000 14,202 14,082 24,560

4,010 7,416 23,200 11,675 25,480

13 52I5. 5,825 15,040 37,085 12,685 42,890

150.945 8,400 20,475 40,810 31,320 49,940

180o.890 10,380 21,685 36,095 37,560 75,170

225245 17,065 31,585 37,550 46,420 92,625

257.42i 30,135 39,535 39,210 49,680 g8,880

I.LIo

12,418 209 12,094 III 2 2I

15.477 242 15,139 96

19.436 214 19,075 147 .

42,672 691 38,640 3,192 149

53.951 2,084 50,578 992 267

49,867 2,131 47,438 210 36

66,450 3,158 62,185 466 21

80,315 4,785 74,625 665 195

130g.O8 7,760 121,005 1.470 380

122,830 13,630 107,585 1,355 230

151.570 8,700 141,380 1,283 lo$

22 8

44 8

14 6

127,96S 8,136 118,720 830 275 30

jj 140 8,575 185 15

206 30,420 180 2

-

2 -

2 -

5

109.879

113.195

or nil.

L& In 1967/68, including Pstuakhali, 1k In 1967/68, included In Barisal. Lg From 1967/68 to 1968/69, included in Hymeneingh. FFrom 1967/68 to 1968/69, Including Jaaalpur and Tangail. La From 1967/68 to 1968/69, included in Mymsoingh. LE From 1967/68 to 1982/83, included in ChittagongHill Tracts. Source: BangladeshBureau of Statistic,.

Ia74 1974/7L

19

19884

-

89.526

.

. -

109.177

.

. -

114.87

.

. -

212.427

.

.

255,359 i

44,4i9

.

486.137

37 8

245 8

809.710 LO.7255

35

-

95211

30 -

1.078.070

S

1.192 305

-70-

Table 7.14 SUGARCANE ACREAGE.PRODUCTION.YIELDS ANDDISPOSITION. 1960/61 - 1983184 Area

under

Sugarcane ('000 acres)

Year

Production

Average Yields

('000 lona tons)

(long tons per acre)

Sugarcane

Suaarcane DisDosition Fodder, Waste Seed la

S Direct Consumption

/b

('000

lont tons)

Deliveries to Hills

Used for Cur Production c

1960/61 1961/62 1962/63 1963/64 1964/65

278.6 290.3 318.2 345.8 356.4

3,954.5 4,423.5 4,748.6 5,362.6 6,230.8

14.18 15.23 14.93 15.50 17.50

435.0 477.0 519.0 534.0 568.5

355.9 407.7 430.7 538.5 677.7

615.7 779.8 912.9 1,088.6 987.2

2,547.9 2,759.0 2,886.0 3,201.5 3,997.4

1965/66 1966/67 1968/69 1969/70

378.9 413.1 411.9 406.8 398.5

7,550.4 8,070.3 7,589.2 7,297.0 7,417.8

19.92 19.54 18.42 17.94 18.61

619.5 617.9 610.3 597.8 606.4

890.6 996.2 907.5 861.6 877.2

1,036.6 1,403.0 1,348.7 826.3 1,298.0

5,003.7 5,053.2 4,722.7 5,011.3 4,636.2

1970/71 1971/72 1972/73 1973/74 1974/75

404.3 346.9 317.1 364.4 379.6

7,597.6 5,685.6 5,318.3 6,341.7 6,634.8

18.79 16.39 16.77 17.40 17.48

520.3 475.7 546.7 569.3 493.1

999.2 661.4 517.0 699.0 833.9

1,564.e 402.7 270.0 1,168.5 1,399.7

4,513.3 4,145.8 3,984.6 3,904.9 3,968.1

1975/76 1976/77 1977/78 1978/79 1979/80

328.7 357.3 379.3 382.8 359.0

5,886.2 6,401.1 6,590.4 6,827.9 6,340.2

17.91 17.92 17.37 17.84 17.66

535.9 569.0 574.1 538.5 551.4

641.3 711.2 744.0 827.1 716.6

1,083.6 1,679.4 2,273.2 1,688.4 1,252.0

3,625.4 3,L41.5 2,999.1 3,773.9 3,820.2

1980/81 1981/82 1982/83 1983/84

367.6 369.4 409.6 411.7

6,494.6 6,517.7 7,242.5 6,960.4

17.67 17.64 17.68 16.91

554.4 614.4 600.0

744.5 689.1 848.5

1,797.9 2,434.2 2,181.9

3,397.8 2,700.0 3,612.1

1967/68

la

Estimated at an average rate of 1.5

long tons per acre.

LkbEstimatedas roughly 20% of gross cane production,minus quantityestimatedfor seed. Ls

Residual.

Note:

Unofficial estimates by independent experts suggest that average yields may be as auch as 40Z lower than the officiallypublisheddata.

and total

production

Sources: BangladeshSugar and Food IndustriesCorporation;BangladeshBureau of Statistics; and mission estimates.

Table

7.15

JUrT PHODUCtlO8 BY IST91CT. 196869

-

19e4/lS

tin bales) 1968169 5^1 b bi

Dinajpur Uangput lagst ajaha bi pabn

Faridpur

Hill

Tracts

IaLA"

LLJ: Source:

1973/74

1974175

1,94730

145,945 246,100 1,069,725 1,066, 750 116,705 164,220 205,750 244,420 275,050 183,240 911Ji0 1103.O2J 260,405 245,790 465,580 621,580 85,570 156,660 97,605 77,710 2,220 2,220

1.899.650

1.143.990 2.522560 )I )I 3640,560 31,35771,5 I990,610 319,050 391,380 326,830 616,530 597,885 493,030 323,480 797,210 706,890

19tS/76

917.490

1976177

1.175.810

1. 530.115

149,365 549,560 34,435 104,690 79,440

167,330 764,500 90,320 125,255 128,105

542.660 105,100 339,575 65,280 30,895 1,SIO

373,765 17695 8.,535 143,000 229,450 454,760 42,895 97.47l 16,950 20,565 13935 1,900

L10.995

1*96111

197910

3IU911 19771175 1.740.756

2.092.595

I SSS11812 1.7SA.OOO

145,815 191,848 204,940 188I370 182, 355 941,985 1,014,560 1,20,275 1,100, 41S 1,012,320 114,155 129,136 181,125 Ib5,300 163,340 148,965 14, 552 180,660 170,480 165,095 179,195 220,660 305,595 264,160 255,890 8S8.692 1.,181.720 1028.320 S54.605 212.179 252,280 210,605 202,805 533,309 733,805 638,180 533 065 114.191 155,965 140,080 102,775 27,300 40,330 3t600 36,730 1.731 1,340 2,SS 1,230

2L2Z.02 2,434.507 271,2j

3730,410 1983,755 282,880 250,310 340,370 347,390

190/81

I I861,870 363,150 516,605

336,711 609,622 394,325 559,116

334,670 702,945 438,130 619,650

198ll2

1982/83

l.SOl.SIS

1.614.5D05

165.830 936,950 177,105 99,480 121,150

150,750 975,430 166,910 142,000 179,415

193/L4

1.S 3.950

142,240 1,014, 690 121,060 161,380 186,42t

'1.3000 927.500 191,565 253,460 504,325 580,645 70,790 100,135 34,500 33,585 1,820 1,675

2,5j7,1j0 1.929.240 2.025.91S 289,605 226,240 256,905 740,620 566,600 708,000 389,495 272,940 188,475 586,560 438,080 447,110

1.t&HUM

1.625.790

17, 085 9 4,205 OS6,140 167,475 169,045

2=LI '1 289,130 567,025 121,755 12,525 1,820

943.620 335,980 445,025 150,675 10,405 1,535

2.011.755 2,2Z1.40 2.001.40S 253,330 263,655 187,745 672, 65 738,140 766,350 206,770 277,695 172,640 419,420 419,680 416,270

349,335

383,030

508,400

534,673

674,330

590, 870

425,380

425,425

4813400

5S2,370

458,200

721.920

660.990

499.115

645.355

48,750

306.5S0

325.610

308.085

295.1306

446.520

448.350

3352.25

55,390 504,140 53,530 1,370 680

*374.675

68,130 540,030 III3 55 1,375 530

95,915 462,170 100,780 1,705 420

305.61

56,950 384.345 5S,040

315.790

50,530 530,530

274.915

27,970 389.070 49,280 ,430

46,175 232,280 25,530 770 1,285

27,285 263,975 31,910 750

24,320 246,155 35,115 755

16,030 371,620 57,120 705

IS.33 359,320 68,935 690

1,045

1,025

28,875 285,405 19,405 620 920

I1,S15 292,720

1,140

I03,830 289,495 65,055 SaO 735

16,650 275,390

1,690

5.200 267,915 204?10 4S2 999

10,100 254,105 9,990 240 480

Patuakbali In 1967/68 and in larisal in 1967/68 and io Mymenaingh from 1967/68 J.a.lpur and Toogall fre in hymnsingb from 1957/68 -

517860 70,110 340,025 54,935 49,540 3,250

1972/73 1.613.175

615.110

57.'4.300

I bele

1971/72 1.276.595

916.2100 3l8,305 506,295 130,430 93,7b5 4,415

2,570,340 3,464.620 3.003.455 I )1,533,690 31,869,860 11,343,525 I ) 317,140 489,630 658.730 679,915 547,020 936,030 662,905

CGittco& a

l Included Included Includirg Included

900.950 166,385 471,730 172,6e5 85,015 5,615

790,670

JaMAlpur L Nymanich Li Tangail1 Dh k&

La. Including

1970/71 L2,09,55

285,355 266,400 88,425 912,665 1,212,930 732,270 182,13S 161,710 107,870 272,830 178 195 136,360 430,325 263,960 211,670

624,350 80,200 361,470 92,010

Obala

Iylh.t Comilla Icakbali Cbittagong Cbittagong

2.053.510

251,530 1,007,450 182,570 173,560 329,390

kUeIn. luahtia Jmnor. KIhuln :Sri.l: / Pltuakhali &

e

1969/70

1.944.500

7.171.000

6,669.940

400 lb.

1,415

1,825

419322.0

1966/69. 1968/69. tbrougb 1976/77. 1967/68 tbrough 1969/70; throush 1969/70,

Bangladesh Bureau of tatcistics.

1,365

61,330 13140

including

6.513.909

Jazalpar

6.000.000

3.475.725

from 1970/71

through

3.937.070 4.805.920

1976/77;

and 1983/84

5.359,261

including

6.442.560

Kinhoreganj.

3.962.545

4.942.520

12,735 585 450

4.645.655 4.881.400

10,745 310

SOO 5.215.665

4.573.250

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Table 7.16 JUTE ACREAGE,AVERAGEYIELDS. AND PRODUCTION.1967/68 - 1984/85 Intensive Jute CultivationScheme (IJCS) Area Yields Production ('000 (bales ('000 acres) /acre) bales) 1968/69

... ...

...

... ...

...

... ...

1969/70 1970/71 1971/72 1972/73 1973/74

...

...

...

...

...

...

1974/75

270

1975/76 1976/77 1977/78 1978/79 19?9/80

1967/68

...

Outside IJCS Area Yields Production ('000 ('000 (bales bales) acres) /acre)

-Total Area Yields Production ('000 ('000 (bales bales) acres) /acre)

2,338 2,170 2,465

2.85 2.65 2.91

6,670 5,754 7,171

2,338 2,170 2,465

2.85 2.65 2.91

6,670 5,754 7,171

3.03 2.50 2.94 2.73

6,670 4,193 6,514 6,000

2,200 1,676 2,215 2,196

3.03 2.50 2.94 2.73

6,670 4,193 6,514 6,000

...

...

...

...

...

...

2,200 1,676 2,215 2,196

4.25

1,147

1,147

2.03

2,328

1,417

2.45

3,475

281 299 510 1,008 881

4.44 4.43 3.90 4.06 4.20

1,247 1,324 1,981 4,097 3,700

996 1,304 1,295 1,043 993

2.70 2.67 2.60 2.25 2.28

2,689 3,481 3,370 2,346 2,262

1,277 1,603 1,805 2,052 1,874

3.08 3.00 2.97 3.14 3.18

3,938 4,806 5,359 6,442 5,963

1980/81 1981/82 1982/83

763 815 1,042

4.16 4.21 4.01

3,174 3,431 4,172

806 596 383

2.20 2.04 1.85

1,769 1,214 709

1,569 1,412 1,425

3.15 3.29 3.43

4,943 4,646 4,881

1983/84

1,435 1,485

3.63 3.08

5,216 4,573

-

-

-

-

-

-

1,435 1,485

3.63 3.08

5,216 4,573

1984/85

, not available. not applicable. Note: The IJCS began operating

in 1974.

Beginning

with

1983/84, all jute cultivation

is covered

by the IJCS. Source: BangladeshBureau of Statistics; Ministryof Jute;

Ministry

of Agriculture

and Forests.

Table

7.17

SUPPLY AND DISPOSITION OF RAW JUTS AND HESTA, 1972173 - 1984/85 ('000 bales)

1972/73 1973/74 1974/75 1975/76 1976/77 1977/78 1978/79 1979/80 1980/81 1981/82 1982/83 Opening StockS Production, - Jute -Mesta

total

Unaccounted La Narket arrivals Lb Total SuPplY Hill Consumption - BJNC mills - Private mills Other Con5umption Losses Total Domestic Uses Registered

exports

TOtal Di8Dosition Closing

a l

Stocks

1,398

2,211

2,358

1,930

1,065

245

692

2,332

4,220

3,253

4,985 (4,943) ( 42)

4,686 (4,646) ( 40)

6,624 (6,514) (110)

6,106 (6,000) (106)

3,529 (3,475) (54)

4,000 (3,938) (62)

6,624

44 6,150

471 4,000

346 4,346

-173 4,700

74 5,508

191 6,721

1,203 7,238

-202 4,783

-369 4,317

8,022

8,361

6.358

6.276

5.765

5.753

1.413

9.570

9.003

7.570

4,873 (4,806) ( 67)

5,434 (5,359) (75)

6,530 6,035 (6,442) (5,963) o88) ( 72)

1,852 4,920 (4,881) (39)

2,662

1,548

2,347

2,276

1,667

1,968

5.811

6.P03

4.427

5.211

5.2

5.061

82

2,211

2,358

1,930

1,065

245

692

2,332

594 5,514

5,256

4,612

7.32i

6.606

LOS

3,328 (1,859) (1,469) 400 20 3.748

3,300 (1,840) (1,460) 300 20 3,620

1,968

1,944

1,911

2,246

1,902

1,500

5.350

5.750

5.71

6.016

5.650

L520

4,220

3,253

1,852

1,350

Note: I bale - 400 lbs. Bureau of Statistics;

956 4,612 (4,573) (39)

Difference between estimated crop size and estimated market arrivals (estimationerrors, unregistered border trade, etc.). Trade estimates, compiled by the Jute Division, Ninistry of Commerce and Industries.

Source: Hinistry of Commerce and Industries, Jute Division; Bangladesh

1,350

1984/85 (Forecast)

5,256 (5,216) (40)

2,627 2,941 2,546 2,719 2,890 3,074 2,809 2,982 3,356 3,346 3,320 (2,627) (2,941) (2,546) (2,719) (2,890) (3,074) (2,809) (2,864) (3,251) (3,191) (3,150) ( -) ( -) ( -) ( -) ( -) ( -) ( -) (118) (105) (155) (170) 150 200 200 145 300 300 300 300 400 400 . 400 208 200 133 54 20 5 100 50 62 50 2,985 3,341 2,879 2.864 3.244 3.394 3,114 3.382 3,806 3,808 3.770 2,826

1983/84 (Estimate)

and mission

estimates.

956

448

1 s

y

-74-

Table

7.18

JUTE AND RICE PRICES AND JUTE ACREAGE. 1947/48

Jute

/a

(gTkmd) 1947148 1948/49

Prices Rice /b (l/knd)

Paddy IS (Tk/md)

Jute/Rice Price Ratio

- 1984185

Jute/Paddy Price Ratio

Jute Acreage ('000 acres)

1949/50

21.50 30.25 20.00

24.12 30.06 24.50

16.08 20.04 16.33

0.891 1.006 0.816

1.337 1.509 1.225

1,870 1,561 1,711

1950/51 1951/52 1952/53 1953/54 1954/55

19.00 25.75 10.25 15.50 15.64

19.38 22.12 21.00 15.37 11.00

12.92 14.75 14.00 10.25 7.33

0.980 1.164 0.488 1.008 1.422

1.471 1.746 0.732 1.512 2.134

1,779 1,907 965 1,243 1.634

1955/56 1956/57 195?/58 1958/59 1959/60

18.87 24.09 20.06 16.00 20.90

20.69 31.56 26.44 25.44 26.52

13.79 21.04 17.63 16.96 17.68

0.912 0.763 0.759 0.629 0.788

1.368 1.145 1.138 0.943 1.182

1,230 1,563 1,528 1,375 1,518

1960/61 1961/62 1962/63 1963/64 1964/65

47.94 24.88 21.95 22.52 31.47

24.54 25.39 27.11 23.85 25.06

16.36 16.93 1B.07 15.90 16.71

1.954 0.980 0.810 0.944 1.256

2.930 1.470 1.215 1.416 1.883

2,061 1,723 1.700 1.660 2,198

1965/66 1966167 1967/68 1968169 1969/70

27.39 36.03 27.58 34.01 29.78

29.66 38.74 34.64 38.56 38.16

19.77 25.83 23.09 25.71 25.44

0.923 0.930 0.796 0.882 0.780

1.385 1.395 1.194 1.323 1.171

2,165 2,338 2,170 2,465 2,200

1970/71 1971172 1972/73 1973/74 1974/75

35.15 38.80 52.58 52.81 86.08

37.56 47.49 75.27 100.46 209.53

25.04 31.66 50.18 66.97 139.69

0.936 0.817 0.699 0.526 0.411

1.404 1.226 1.048 0.789 0.616

1,676 2,215 2,196 1,417 1,277

1975/76 1976/77 1977/78 1978179 1979/80

89.84 100.01 140.00 141.65 114.47

124.50 113.13 138.46 152.27 201.41

83.00 75.42 92.31 101.51 134.27

0.722 0.884 1.011 0.930 0.568

1.082 1.326 1.517 1.395 0.853

1,603 1,805 2, 052 1, 74 1,569

1980t81 1981182 1982/83 1983/84 1984185

101.86 136.86 151.98 217.35

168.44 220.40 239.61 261.63

112.29 147.01 159.82 174.42

0.605 0.621 0.634 0.831

0.907 0.931 0.951 1.246

1,412 1,425 1,200 1,435 1,485

.. /a

Lb

/c Id

not

..

..

..

..

..

available.

Jute prices shown represent prices paid for loose jute in primary markets. are weighted averages for White and Tossa, the weights used being the actual quantities delivered per week; source: Ministry of Jute. Rice prices are those for all varieties of coarse rice. For FY48-FY72, they represent average countrywide retail prices; source: Banaladesh Crop Sector Review (IBRD Report No. 1063a-BD; green cover, dated August 2, 1976), Volume IV, Annex 6, Table 2. For FY73-FTY1, they represent countrywide wholesale prices; source: BBS. Paddy prices shown were calculated by using a simple 3:2 ratio between the rice prices shown in the preceding column and the paddy prices. Jute acreage figures shova refer to the jute crop harvested in the subsequent year, since acreage is sown to jute during the spring of the year under vbich it is shown in this table.

Source:

BBS; Ministry

of

Jute;

Ministry

of Agriculture

and Forests.

They

(d

-75-

Table

7.19

TEA PRODUCTIONAND EXPORTS. 1972/73

- 1983/84

Exports Value ('000 US$)

Unit Value (USS/lb) 0.138

Year

Acreage (acres)

1972/73

107,121

56.59

528

44.820

9,687

1973/74

106,411

65.79

618

47.460

14,706

0.310

1974/75

106,819

66.58

623

51.810

21,488

0.415

1975/76 1976/77 1977/78

106,505 105,278 106,248

67.92 78.20 81.18

638 744 764

49.220 64.860 63.110

17,381 36,127 44,910

0.353 0.557 0.712

1978/79

106,706

79.43

744

59.900

40,780

0.680

1979/80

106,706

87.58

821

52.650

32,951

0.626

1980/81 1981/82 1982/83 1983/84

108,402 109,646 111,604 110,150

88.98 84.60 95.24 93.01

833 800 885 844

65.680 69.040 67.930 67.758

40,672 37,938 45,680 65,034

0.619 0.550 0.672 0.960

Production ('000 Lbs)

Yields (lbs/acre)

Volume (mill. lbs)

p = projected.

Note: Sources:

All data Ban'is

are for the July-June

fiscal

ib Tea Board and Bangladesh

year. Bureau of Statistics.

Q~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

ACREAGEIRRIGATEDFOR DIFFERENTCROPS. 1970/71

-

1983/84

(acres)

CroD

1970/71

Aug 76,990 Auan 323,350 Boro 2,095 135 Wheat 28,050 Other cereals 6,515 Pulse. Oile eds Fotato Vegetables Sugarcane Cottao Others

15,190 4,725 99,990 85,800 27,150 -

121,055

Total, gross Soureet

2.883.950

1971/72 89,710 243,050 2,043,510 23,250 5,270

1972/73

1974/75

1975/76 162,117 208,003 2,618,126 125,102 5,960

107,560 254,590 2,220,860 34,250 10,660

172,300 294,160 2,361,900 34,050 9,665

178,020 275,250 2,699,650 45,442 10,120

11,590 7,110 100,220 91,310 15,520 10 140,520

4,000 4,400 102,370 87,550 17,280 25 123,400

5,180 4,250 123,900 89,330 17,170 10 113,150

10,060 7,870 94,020 73,200 14,800 10 108,950 21L370

1_73114

2.994.200

Bangladesh bureau of Statistics.

3.211.100 1

3561.472

4,325 3,510 133,660 85,273 18,958 50 90,389 3.475.493

1976/77

1977/?8

189,060 211,030 208,370 208,045 2,022,925 2,515285 178,620 231,805 6,025 3,960 2,635 9,710 139,815 94,145 22,315 50 135,400 3.009p2.

2,255 8,010 153,070 103,855 25,135 472 137,120 3.6oo.o42

1970179

1979/80

228,371 227,040 241,439 317,765 2,436,490 2,491,750 351,927 426,225 3,549 7,975 2,392 9,354 164,477 121,336 22,753 1,067 110,619 3.693.775

3,045 7,880 159,615 98,790 24,065 3,035 110,125 3.877.31o

1980/81

1911S2

1982/83

295,760 279,38l0 309,815 347,030 455,437 4C0,050 2,467 500 2,574,043 2,816,785 481,320 468,478 478,225 10,795 )2,665 9,540 11,465 11,595 176,375 107,480 23,215 4,315 112,970 4.04q.84o

6,077 10,481 189,998 115,969 24,194 5,746 121,979 4.264.337

3,955 11,S90 180,685 123,745 15,940 8,220 128,170

6J2

19834 35b,295 392,4B0 2,959,685 529,915 15,850 4,535 17,785 12,255 109,640 19,570 16,120 138,345

-74i4,475

T

Table 7,21 ACBRAGEIIRICATED BY DIFFEREFTMETHODS,1969/70 - 1913/84

(acrs) .1etbodot Xrrhation

1969/70

197/7

hoden _Liode Tubevelle Lov-liftpumps 8WDegravity schemes

905,Q7 80,500 742,180 82,396

1,13,28 118,760 1,032,570 83,168

Traditional method

Svins-baskets Doon. Canole Other Total. 53et of vwhich modern(1) traditional (2) hltl.

1.7018974 1L649.2 104,450 132,080 968,220 897,670 172,492 636,304 447,210

1971/72 271.4Q 83,950 829,580 57,960 161810Q

116,720 899,940 158,870 440,280

1973/7

j97217

1974/7

1,321.87 92,570 1,165,400 63,900

1.606.138 L142.917 131,230 233,810 1,407,900 1,442,330 67,008 66,777

1.,6Z0.630 96,700 921,180 171,930 480,820

J.

I. 1,_18.555 41, MO 116,410 851,100 954,470 226,832 205,683 417,120 '41,992

2.614.050 2.883.950 2 587.300 2992L50I0 3.202.250 3.561.472 34.6 65.4

42.8 57.2

37.5 62.5

44.2 55.8

50.0 50.0

48.9 51.1

1975/7

1976/7

1,7029.95 1.558.054 1, 12, 3QR L,87,427 262,983 233,700 314,135 396,037 1,363,324 1,232,020 1,370,110 1,434,322 63,668 92,334 135,063 157,065 L.7283 143,027 967,639 145,335 491,282

1.§444.66 161,910 728,135 173,196 381,725

3.457.278 3.003.020 49.5 30.5

51.9 48.1

A eoaparLaonof the date shova here for tubvellv e end low-lift pumps with Chose provided in Tables 7.22-7.27 inplementLing agenciesmay be overreportLig the acreageactuallyirrigated under theirrespective scebese,

Sources: Bangladesh Bureauof StatistleCs; Bangladesh Agricultural Developsent

Corporations

1977/7

Z695. 154,225 980,435 161,247 473,750

J97d/7 1980/8 191/2

;L2zI,15 446,070 1,535,590 241,490

2.495.851 2.731.360 547,655 669,703 1,645,180 1,739,965 303,016 321,692

3.295.470 1,648,050 1,647,420 -

1.674.351 1.649.400 1.5539.99 1.532.977 1.449.005 171,408 161,5B0 205,140 212,180 206,700 961,594 977,255 911,770 680,955 588,875 89,300 60,365 68,394 403,515 331,090 452,049 430,200 368,685 358,019 322,340

3.588.965 3.661.778 50.7 49.3

197/8

54.3 45.7

suggestg thatthe

and Bansladesh WaterDevelopsent Board.

3.872.550 4.049,b40 4A24,3 57.4 42.6

ol.6 38.4

64.0 36.0

4,744a47S 69.5 30.5

1 -l

1

-78Table 7.22 ACREAGEIRRIGATED UNDERBWDB SCHEMES. 1965/66

- 1984/85

(acres)

Gravity Schemes /a

Year

DTWs

LLPs

Total

1965/66 1;66/67 1867/68 1968/69 1969/70

16,824 27,922 51,100 78,606 82,396

6,000 12,000 41,000 57,717 61, 733

5,000 7,000 12,000 11,093 11,399

27,824 46,922 104,100 147,416 155,528

1970/71 1971/72 1972/73 1973/74 1974/75

83,168 57,960 63,900 67,008 66,777

54,578 3,598 35,514 29,780 22,749

11,194 1,841 7,180 5,962 5,550

148,940 63,399 106,594 102,750 95,076

1975/76 1976/77 1977/78 1978/79 1979/80

83,688 92,334 135,063 15 7,068 241,490

24,708 14,608 10,100 10,213 30,014

5, 766 6,081 7,952 9,655 13,328

114,162 113,023 153,115 176,936 284,832

1980/81 1981182 1982/83 1983/84 1984/85

303,016 321,692 377,548 608,362 746,456

11,690 8,518 26,421 48,402 50,416

9,723 11,759 16,474 34,653 56,925

324,429 341,969 420,443 691,417 853,797

(targets)

BWDB = Bangladesh Water Development Board. DTW = Deep tubewell (North Bangladesh Tubewell Project, Thakurgaon). LLP = Low-lift puwip(Dinajpur, Rangpur, Bogra, Rajshahi districts). /a

Dhaka-Narayanganj-Demra;Ganges-Kobadak I and II; Buri-Teesta; Manu; Cnandpur; Barisal; Dhurang; KRrnaphuli; Small-Scale Irrigation Sciemes in Dinajpur, Rangpur, Bogra anJ Rajshahi districts; and water control structures in Rangpur, Dinajpur and Mymensingh districts.

Source: Bangladesh Water Development Board.

-79-

Table 7.23 FIELDING OF LOW-LIFT PUMPS BY BADC. 1960/61 - 1984/85

Number of Pumps Fielded

Average Cusecs per Pump

Average Area Irrigated per Cusec (acres)

1960/61

1,267

..

..

64,528

1961/62 1962/63

1,555 2,024

1.70

38.7

73,922 133,043

1963/64

2,477

1.85

34.2

156,751

1964/65

2,239

1.95

30.3

132,262

1965/66 1966/67 1967/68 1968/69

3,420 3,999 6,558 10,852

2.05 2.14 2.08 1.89

24.7 26.3 23.3 21.0

173,512 225,105 317,903 430,052

1969/70

17,846

1.84

19.6

642,752

1970/71

1973/74 1974/75

24,483 24,243 32,917 35,243 35,516

1.85 1.84 1.84 1.84 1.86

19.6 19.8 20.1 20.5 19.7

889,807 883,941 1,218,766 1,330,810 1,300,507

1975/76

36,382

1.86

19.6

1,323,818

1976/77 1977/78

28.361 36,730

1.86 1.87

20.9 19.6

1,101,210 1,343,670

1978/79 1979/80

35,895 37,389

1.87 1.86

21.4 21.4

1,433,729 1,490,959

i980/81 7981/82 1982/83

35,951 37,826 38,954

1.80 1.71 1.82

21.1 21.6

1,367,177 1,394,417

1983/84 1984/85 (targets)

43,615 60,307

-1.65 1.65

22.0 22.0

1,583,224 2,189,144

Year

1971/72 1972/73

.. = not available. Source: Bangladesh Agricultural Development Corporation.

Total Area Irrigated (acres)

-80-

Table 7.24 BADC SHALLOW TUBEWELLSPROGRAM. 1971/72

- 1984185

Total

Wells Sunk

Year

780 /a

1971/72

Wells Wells in Commissioned Operation

Area

Irrigated (acres)

Average Area Irrigated

per Well (acres)

685 /a

1972/73 1973/74 1974/75

1,729 1,206 893

639 1,928 777

994 998 1,029

3,560 4,462 6,773

3.6 4.5 6.6

1075/76

1,083

1,150

2,162

12,894

6.0

3,045

17,707

5.8

1976/77

1,614

1,547

1977178 1978/79 1979/80

3,546 2,406 2,505

3,524 2,421 2,505

6,447 8,374 10,980

58,985 88,493 131,568

9.1 10.6 12.3

1980/81 1981/82 1982/83

10,900 20,566 17,338

10,691 20,517 19,092

20,931 42,843 64,508

245,202 499,499 738,137

11.7 11.7 11.4

1983/84 198 4/8 5p

6,929 10,000

6,919 10,000

67,803 81,000

749,971 972,000

11.8 12.0

p = projections.

la

Under a subsidy scheme which was outside the actual BADC program but implemented under the supervision of BADC technical personnel, 780 tubewells were sunk and 685 commissionedby June 1972 and are shown here.

Source:

BangladeshAgriculturalDevelopmentCorporation.

-81-

Table 7.25 BADC DEEP TUBEWELLSPROGRAM, 1967/68

Wells Sunk

Year

Wells Commissioned

40.4 42.3 32.8

796 906 1,237 1,494 2,699

32,070 29,330 37,776 61,456 117,354

40.3 32.4 30.5 41.1 43.7

1,677 2,392 2,091 1,095 292

3,828 4,461 7,453 9,329 9,795

153,747 164,198 338,474 504,340 582,298

40.2 36.8 45.4 54.1 59.4

1,239 2,085

688 1,310

10,131 11,486

641,106 752,947

63.3 65.6

2,581 2,406 3,780

2,522 2,168 3,780

13,794 15,519 19,000

106 292 662

1970/71 1971/72 1972/73 1973/74 1974/75

51 221 872 1,778 3,178

35 21 334 398 1,502

1975/76 1976/77 1977/78 1978/79 1979/80

1,656 936 1,271 356 381

1980/81 1981/82

1982/83 1983/84 1984/85 (targets) not

105 292 637

102 380 980

Total Area Irrigated (acres)

Average Area Irrigated per Well (acres)

4,117 16,080 32,119

1967/68 1968/69 1969/70

=

Number of Wells in Operation

- 1984/85

available.

Source: Bangladesh Agricultural

Development

Corporation.

999,923 1,026,675 1,254,000

72.5 66.2 66.0

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Table 7.27 FIEYL7NGOF SHALLOWTUDEVELLSBY BANGLADBSIKRISHI BANK. 1974/75- 1983/84

DivisioniDistrict RaabaMj Dinajpur Rangpur Bogra

Rajahahi

1974175 1.561 590 493 478 -

1975/76 1976/77 1977/78 1978/79 1979/80 1980/81 1981/82 1982/83 1983/84 221 34 73 114 -

A27 60 38 168

161

2.492 399 467 647 889

1.438 130 551 211 405

1.223 23 91 297 549

Pabna

-

-

-

90

141

263

RhuIna Kusbtia Jesaore Rhulna

20 20 -

-

72 20 52

492 261 201

638 323 268

928 474 423

-

-

-

-

-

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47 -

31 -

-

-

-

-

552 -

980

-

46 6-

3

Jamalpur

Nymeyningh Tangail Dhaka

-

-

3 43

3 70 270

98 189 265

210 443 327

Faridpur

-

-

-

-

-

-

Barisal Patuakhali

-

-

Dhaka

Chittaxons

234

242

-

240 15 221

701 180 512

800 319 481

4 -

9 -

41 -

---

-

6.679 1,021 4,375 25 i,258

19.826

2,5' 8,096 2,968 5,182 -

5.014 2,042 2,810

-

162 -

-

-

3.262 928

1.777 390

3.291 849

3.155 223

13.406 2,390

413 1,359

758

559

138 615 517

668

1,243 281 960

2,863 3,833 3,609

3

117

143

448

711

873

49

23

89

793

1.287

-

-

55

63

118

1

112

26

37

23

934

82 -

13

12

-

33 1

630

9 -

72 18

-

-

68 32

135 68 32

-

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-

-

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-

-

194

555

3.521

90

_39

-

2.,718 3.170

-

5.71A

4.510

Note: Data referto shallowtubevells sold and sunkunderBKB'screditand salesprograms. Source: Bangladesh KrishiBank.

46 700 442 605

-

-

221.

1,123 430 652

2

-

-

-

1.581

107

2.A47 88 879 347 922

-

-

Sylbet

Total

1.280 112 429 239 393

Cumulative Totals XY172-U84

6.16

11.427

39.533

coi

Table 7.28 DISTRIBUTION OF COMMERCIAL FERTILIZERS BY WEIGHT. 1970/71 - 1983/8_ (in long tons of bulk weight)

DivixioahDist,ict

1970O71 1971/72

1972/73 1973174 1974/75

Raisbahi Dinajpur Rangpur Bogra Rajshahi Paboa

71.190 12,187 14,961 19,662 15,549 8,831

43.643 8,062 11,532 9,797 8,238 6,014

66.550 13,626 13,637 14,206 13,588 11,493

78.997 14,113 16,555 19,293 17,435 11,601

68.379 14,149 14,442 15, 865 15,792 8,131

Rhulna Kushtia Jessore Xhulna Barisal Patuakhali

45.057 7,158 8,071 7,683 14,758 7,387

42.194 6,037 7,585 6j659 16,284 5,629

54,156 10,599 7,954 6,483 23,475 5,645

53.790 9,631 10,635 7,375 20,987 5,162

36,779 8,227 9,198 4,201 12,216 2,957

1975/76 1976/77 1977/78 1978/79

1979/80 1980/81 1981/82 1982/83

19L3/84

104.830 131.598 190.242 195,435 234.782 264.412 252.137 30A.330 20,281 24,192 35,221 35,774 43,507 ',5, 168 40,849 52,116 21,533 27,269 38,722 41,787 43,515 !6,098 50,589 63,384 24,382 33,668 42,965 47,428 58,251 69,715 71,095 74,237 21,136 27,849 41,754 41,327 57,682 58,677 56,184 65,867 17,498 18,600 31,580 29,119 31,827 34,754 33,420 48,726

390.758 68,698 85,485 91,416 87,193 57,966

63,192 14,281 15,291 6,864 20,923 5,833

67,117 108,819 100,874 131.918 21,335 31,412 26,254 43,652 20,933 33,270 32,839 41,272 8,181 11,899 9,545 12,210 13,228 25,119 22,702 25,766 3,440 7,789 7,534 9,018

130.231 116.604 127.166 42,612 37,083 36,311 40,652 39,593 41,169 16,588 15,016 17,506 24,196 20,002 25,173 6,183 4,910 7,007

156,527 51,651 55,150 19,820 24,594 5,112

Dhaka Jamalpur La Mymenaingh Lb Ta=.ail Dhaka Faridpur

83.441 55.655 110.974 105.544 66.633 129-750 139.980 193.004 202.632 212,481 237.430 236.517. 274.536 ) 1 ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) 24,840 29,925 13 ,078 )19,816 )48,963 )49,604 )33,218 )59,457 )60,274 191,887 )91,308 195,646 }107,097 70,745 87,150 7,503 4,623 9,165 9,835 5,805 14,661 16,013 22,i81 27,454 29,291 35,251 37,652 46,201 35,079 23,390 45,800 39,589 23,871 50,192 54,920 65,712 69,287 69,777 80,657 87,583 91,296 4,781 6,826 7,046 6,516 3,739 5,440 8,773 12,924 14,583 17,767 14,425 15,697 19,958

313.478 38,307 93,731 48,455 108,060 24,925

Chittaxoni Sylhet Comilla Noakhali Chittagong Chittagong Hill

104.682 102.350 152.343 141.553 107.758 9,647 17,583 20,858 12,772 14,634 35,152 30,142 51,460 52,610 36,063 16,585 10,452 19,967 21,605 15,434 41,735 41,591 58,236 51,977 39,086 1,563 2,582 1,822 2,589 2,541

159.813 173.905 15,511 16,463 62,261 69,092 24,867 27,379 54,487 58,440 2,687 2,531

226.988 242.667 258MMll 243.106 224.065 262 86 23,687 20,202 27,440 26,491 25,751 29,662 98,787 115,292 127,250 119,745 111,213 125,016 32,763 31,078 36,931 32,690 28,960 28,465 69,079 73,087 63,802 59,762 53,114 75,473 2,672 3,008 3,506 4,418 5,027 3,770

268,497 37,912 121,512 26,685 74,709 7,679

304,370

457,586

Total

Li /b

Tracts

243,842

384,023

379.884

279,569

Jamalpur was a sub6 dision of Hymensingh until December 26, 1978. Including Jamalpur from 1970/71 through 1980/81.

Source: Bangladesh Agricultural Development Corporation.

512,600 719,053

741,608

838.110

875.179

829.323

968.418

1.1292,060

Tsble 7.29 DISTRIBUTION OF CONHERCIAL FERTILIZERS BY TYPE. 1962/63 - 1983/84 (FY63-FY81 in long tons, thereafter in metric tons of bulk weight) Year

Urea

TSP

1962/63 1963/64

41,122 74,951

3,081 22,985

-

1,405 3,418

-

1,021 487

3,531 555

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

50,160 102,396

1)64/65 1965/66 1966/67 1967168 1968/69

71,007 83,280 120,825 152,092 159,937

18,975 20,U2, 33,764 48,148 52,938

-

3,316 2,700 7,310 10,816 12,433

-

343 100 63 25

190 88 134 60

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

93,831 106,195 162,096 211,141 225,308

1969/70 1970/71 1971/72

65,535 74,900 60,139 88,914 93,821

-

15,109 17,112 13,932 18,469 18,391

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

1973/74

196,463 212,358 169,771 276,640 267,67J

-

-

277,107 304,370 243,842 384,023 379,884

1974/75 1975/76 1976/77 1977/78 1978179

174,195 311,959 353,230 479,846 468,990

75,175 110,059 125,585 192,036 174,270

37,638

17,509 21,737 22,380 41,230 44,011

11,455 4,362 4,030 3,z46 3,328

1,953 1,385 835 389

-

1,073 330

1,235 7,522 5,990 787 3,874

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

738

-

-

279,569 457,586 5-12,600 719,053 733,757

1979/80 1980/81 1981/82

531- -'5 56 518,,.. 629,058 708,OiU

205,322 214,973 208,478 205,999 260,730

42,157 40,644 48,518 i3.161 93,8j1

45,957 45,081 44,836 50.420 63,222

3,U15 2,748 383 79 1,006

84 11 -

-

83 23

-

-

269 101 -

184

-

-

-

-

-

-

7,908 10,349 7,512 8,810 190

498 745

1972/73

1982/83 1983/84 Source;

Bangladesh

Agricultural

DAP

Development

MP

Corporation.

HP

-

-

8P

AS

Ps

NPK

TP

Zinc

Gypsum

-

-

-

810

2 393 1,267

Total

838,110 874,639

829,323 968,418 1,129,060

hk1-L1J° iDL UNDERTIM DANGCIADSNh 01 COOPKMTIVNS ANDOPERATIONS COVERAGE 1974/75

1975/76

1976/77

1977/78

BOARD.1974/75 - 1984/i. DEVYLOPINzT

1978/79

1979180

1980/81

267 33,511 1,042 28.7

267 38,000 1,300 40.5

295 44,800 1,508 53.0

9LA182

1982/83

1983184

AIo85

Coweraae Thenas covered vitb TCCAs (no.) ISes formed (no.) Memlersenrolled ('000) paid-up capitasl (mill. Take) Membere' Amount of seavings andother deposita from mebers (mill. Taka) collected Loan Operations -

by Crop (uill.

- Bocaa Ko8s financed Xembers financed Amount disburmed

200 21,874 649 15.8

250 27,548 844 22.4

431 431 350 5S,276 55,843 43,900 1,690 1,949,938 2,128,613 103.1 83.6 67.2

17.2

20.2

24.3

32.0

41.7

58,4

74,5

88.3

108.6

134.9

1,412 36,727 8.8

3,303 85,826 10.7

3,705 100,002 19.0

3,408 102,045 33.1

3,666 110,165 34.2

4,638 81,402 50.7

5,178 1U3,456 71.3

2,719 77,679 73.1

27,782 60,838 553.7

4,927 96,810 965.1

4,408 88,548 15.9

5,114 140,551 27.9

4,508 112,755 28.9

7,610 190,335 48.1

6,717 169,200 45.4

6,710 131,199 85.0

7,114 136,919 115.4

6,537 139,279 132.4

5,839 132,945 1,689.3

4,927 96,810 965.1

-

376 7,505 1.5

1,336 33,478 5.8

4,015 103,122 21.0

4,111 102,185 33.1

4,351 80,229 54.8

2,925 63,874 50.8

3,850 96,660 40.0

2,952 65,639 168,926

8,984 186,321 965.1

-

Amun

KISsfinanced Hembers financed Amount eisbuisaed K89. financed Nembere financed Amount disbursed Pgtpto KSs8 financed Membersfinanced Amount disbursed Total disbursed Source:

162 18,691 526 13.1

Take)

T. Amn ISis finnce,J Membersfinanced Amountdisbursed

- Augl..

161 17,691 480 11.3

Bangladesh

Rural Development Board.

-

-

-

-

-

3,504 90,105 15.6 104 2,666 0.8

312 7,818 2.4

395 10,112 3.9

742 14,312 8.2

833 19,023 11.2

485 7,532 8.8

225 3,929 96.3 105 1,958 36.6

28 58 0.3

65 1,210 0.6

218 4,130 2.1

355 8,019 4.1

403 8,541 5.7

297 5,173 5.8

397 8,471 7.7

242 4,906 3.9

LOA5

45.0

66.

108.7

1.

20.5 204

256.4

258.2

2.977.8

1,281 35,685 332.2 -

386.8

3,995 85,286 1,202.0

-

-

-

1202.0

-87-

Table 7.31 ESTIMATEDLIVESTOCKPOPULATION. 1977 Number of Farm Holdings Reporting Ovuership ('000) Cattle, total -sale -female

5, 830

3,182 1,278 1,904

..

..

(-in milk) (-dry) (-used for work)

Number of Animals Reported ('000) Under 1-3 Over 1 year years 3 years Total

(

)

(.)

( (.)

.)

(.) (.)

(.) (

Buffaloes, total -male -female (-in milk)

146

(-used for work)

(

Horses Goats Sheep Chickens Ducks

)

(.)

/b /c

20,509 10,374 10,134

(3,547) (3,165) (3,315)

(3,547)

(3,165) (3,315)

46

376

46

..

17

25

235

278

..

29

21

141

191

(62) (79) (81)

(62) (79)

.)

19

(.)

(.)

(.) (.) (.)

(.) ..

2,767

3,784

143

194

4,849

25,405 b

2,613

4,797 /

..

..

4,653 La 313 La 16,061 7,327

c

L4

- not awiilible. - not rLpplicable.

La

14,322 7,610 6,712

46

(.) C.)

(-dry)

3,005 1,486 1,519

1 year and older. Under 6 moiths. Over 6 months.

Source: BangladtshBureau of Statistics,AgricultureCensus 1977.

...

(81) 28

8,436

...

508

...

41,465

...

12,125

-88-

Table 7.32 ESTIMATES OF FISH PRODUCTION AND 1985 POTP.NTIAL/TARGETS

(in '000 tons) FAO/UVDP

GOB Targets

Estimated

Actuals 1977 Offshore Coastal

2 75

Revised

Potential1985 /a Probable Optimistic 25 100

25 110

Draft SFYP

Targetslb

1980

1985

1985

5 117

37 183

116 273

Estuaries,tidal flats, etc.

Rivers Canals Ponds, tanks Baors, Sakes Beels, haors Cage, pen, fence Kaptai Lake Floodedfields Total -.

12

200 1 50 }150 -

15

250 20 170 }240 ..

40

400 50 250 }310 .

10 100

20 160

50 290

600

1.000

1.550

10

137

194

200 1 10 5 64

204 7 160 21 206

417 15 265 20 417

-

47

755

2 238

4 321

4 525

647 1,334

3.001

no estimate available.

/a The FAO/UNDPestimatesfor 1985 includea "probable'and an "optimistic"scenario. 'b The revisedtargetspreparedby the Ministryof Fisheriesand Livestock are intendedas an illustrativescenariofor attainingthe aggregate output targetof .iillion tons, equivalentto self-sufficiency in fish production. Source: (1) FAOIUNDPAgricultureMission,1977, WorkingPaper No. IV: FisheriesSector,p. 8. (2) GOB, PlanningCommission,Draft SFYP,pp. XII-63 and XII-64; and Ministryof Fisheriesand Livestock,Planningand EvaluationCell.

PRODUCT1011 01 6UJCTID SSIL(0J91

godultilS9IIYVilM

llhS11o

Jute TestileSi Hisasin Sarkicn i Carpetmacbins Othere 013,e,a

'000tona -

hld Torn

yda lyd

U,6i 91.3 l8.1

2. 29.S 3.6 15.4 2.1

20.0 39.8 1.2 17.9 1.4

14.6 26.5 1.4 186. 2,1

21.6 31.6 1.1 19,3 2.1

33.6 33.4 2,0 18.o 1.9

2.4

26.4

90.4

101.2

336o9

126.4

31.6

5.0 4.1 113 3s.n 3.0

0.9 2.4 0.9 53.0 2.6

1.1 4.1 3.0 89.3 4.4

3.1 3.4 4A.3 6.17

0.1 8.5 3.5 I8.5 83

2.4

2.3 41.14 1.6

116.0

321.0

1121.

64.10 1,010,2

102.0

124.

63.0 32.3 8.9

215.5 4817 5.2

283 3 41.2 9,3

251.0 5.1

225.0 1,9

148.0

191.0

000 tuns

71S 23.3 1,9 6.0 .5

7t6.5 2 .0 2.l 16.0 7 .0

*tginering Proeucts Dileel Engines rumps Co l 4nd afel1HeavyVehicle adlos I'elevleion ze,t

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62.0 1.4 0.9 1.2

1000 .1 -

0.5

-

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-

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853.0

94.0

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1,

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4.I illion

mill. bottlee

-

miLe

255.0

Itl.3

711.0

11.3 7t, 7, 3 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~26,8 14.

586.0

54.0

WI/fl

284.0

112.13

'000 dou, pairo

'000 uetr. t

Liquld

19.4 90.8

MVIIJ

720.0

54.0

500.2

58.4 0.9

steel ingots

Phiarmaceut icalIs Tablets

227.2 6tS. 34.9

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68.3

t0.4

mill.s4.t. '000 fund

Urea {litX S Anwtua Sulphate

412.9

14.5 tlI4

It.1

219.3 33.0 70, 20.6

36.0 110 7 I. 15.0 5.5

'

844.2 346.3 771.9 40 4 79t 29.8

586.4 1146, 65.5

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Piper and narNewsprlnt Paper Rayon yarn Hardbodrd arti'le i oarl

Petroleum Products

l0L)l1A )VA11) J

11

490.1 16.S 271.0 10.4 t7 26.2

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513.0 190.4 241,4

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290.1 57.1 5.2

232.0 1. ,,

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580.1 202.2 104,1 20 7 366.

571.5 194.3 324,1 14 S 11 31.

510,9 214.6 231.8 92.5 b,00,

68,6 95.3

86.0 102.0

22.5 95.3

65.5 99,7

66.2 101.0

16.1 25.1 1.6 13.4 0.5

28.1 27.3 1.7 14,4

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31.1 0,9 11,1 1,,5

119.1

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41.4

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I,' 1292 1.6 I3S,t 11.3

4.1 25.1 0,4 112,0 1320

126.

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38.3 18,6 31.2 3.8 l8,5

6,1 2,1 2271.9 8.4

355.3 66.4 9.8 ..

591.4 235.3 2571. 94,9 .

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3014 32.1 1,5 19.9

1,032.0 1,I80.8 1,t07.1

206.1 31 9.3

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1291

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214 12.2 4.1 22.2 139 92.9

80.0

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336.4 10.1 9.3

340.0 Si,0 33.4

365,1

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69.8 32.3

238.4 19.9 30.I

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8,2

8.0

30.4

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8.3

1.5

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..

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mill.feet

1t2

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5.1 5

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5.6

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7,6

8.4

9.1

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9.4

1331

12.8

mill.grossbones

11,0

S,9

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6.2

6.9

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10.1

11,8

33.8

37.3

Keldtes Pondend AlliedProducts Boyabailao0 1000 Fisb ProcelsIng Soft SevewraAs Cigarette. Bsliets and &read Sugar Hola.9ee Salt

'000 mtr.

t

Cesest

.000 _tr.

I

tone mill. Ibe .000 cases million 000 lons C

..

3.8 264.0 11,186.0 3.9 9 3,0 51.0 365.0

It.t

., 15.6 6.8 8,4 10.6 14.6 13.0 18.4 15.7 1681 ,3 9 368. 2.3 3.0 2.1 S.I 1.3 6.4 7.6 4.4 2.S 2.5 2.4 3.1 330.0 288.0 284.0 244,0 229,0 331,0 4U1.0 351.0 286,0 401,0 M8.*0 1.1,0 33,202.0 31,F9S.0 10,441.0 11,901.0 11,634.0 11,914.0 13,531.0 13,830,0 14,906.0 13,218.0 15,718,0 24,843.o 6.4 4.4 4.6 4.0 4.2 5,1 6,4 8,2 8,4 9,7 8.2 19.0 88,4 98,5 ot,6 140.0 132.3 130.7 93,2 142,9 199.0 124.8 148.8 10.0 45.4 413.0 139 58,1 U.0 60,9 45.9 68.' 9Sl,3 79.2 69.7 220.0 I80 2620 630.0 452.0 823.0 830.0 463.0 269.0 570,0 241.0

53.0

31.0

52.2

326.1

151.0

301.1

338.6

322.5

336.0

344.,S

326.2

306,1

261.3

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000 tons

134.5

48.6

83.8

26.0

63.3

61,3

60.1

56.1

44.8

37.9

43.9

3l.6

41.9

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.000 tone

6.5 3.4 2.9

5,1 39 9 2.7

12.1 5.4 i's 3,6

4.3 5,6 2.2 3.3

3.8 5.9 2,5

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..

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latural Gas *Iectricity

lII.: sarc e:

C^

mill.

cubic fret

sill.

kVh

1,06S,3

1,08.6

6,4 3.8 I.3 2.3

5.4 43 .6 3.

4.0 4.3 3.9 3.5

1.2 5,0 1.5 2,1

4.5 ,t6 3.2 3.1

4.0

4.3

131 5.8 1.? 3.8

27,214.0 11,916.0 27,351,0 31,310.0 34,794.0 39,265.0 45,364,0 89,936,0 68,281,0 12,lm-,0 3,265.4

1,322.1

1,3459.1 3,t63,5 1,913.0

Public ueclor only, excfpt lea, cigarettes and matches. mInistry of lnduetryi publiclsectorCorporalkons; PlanninS Co_lesln; and langladesh nurenu of Statistics.

2,122.3 2,353.8 2,663.8 3,034.6

4,1 6.0 1.4

4,3 83,9O0,0

3,432.94,026.1

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COto.

tceilt

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and

bmafcturieg otbr e ayuhetic

1975176

1976/77

1977n78

1978179

1979/80

J19jQ(3

37.9! 102.86 106.36 109.41 76.63 100.08 100.79

13UM 241.37 90.90 96.74 154.40 146.47 118.75 114.09

160.79 209.68 95.42 121.74 196.16 161.80 1Z7.51 117.91

136.71 251.78 90.42 146.97 146.57 131.77 115.38 11462

122.16 145.74 102.40 1S557 104.71 1£9.09 128.56 125.54

140o.1

100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100e00 100.00 100.00

102.03 163.14 110.90 91.44 96.62 107.35 93.01 106.54

100.00 100.00 100.00

113.26 126.45 98.50

113.73 139.66 84.69

js.J9

0.47 0.42

140.61 29.76

182.45 10024

226.66 144.62

13.65

100.00

E7J7S

100.10

9?.80

100.69

47.39 22.57 24.27 0.55

100.00

29.9 92.16 95.95 57.11

s2.e

15.1

100.00 100.00 100.00

29.35 106.21 87.54 76.51

86.54 9.22 66.17

18.42 12A.33 108.76 101.6

i0.5a

95f15 11405 55.13

0.14

lOe.oom 100.00 100.00 100.00

1044 4.87 0.17 0.22 2.84 0.28 2.08

100.00 100.00 1N00.0 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00

69.10 36.95 94.06 59-39 97.86 96-59 100.37

0.52

08.9 hord

& hardboard

Chaicals and Cbsical Products Chmcal fertilizers asic industrial chaiucals Paints, varishes l cquers wdicives S pharusceuticale Difinfecata A ;hnsecticides

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-

!'74/7s

1973174

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pDor00tellT7ot 19n737 (1973174 - 10)

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122L-PIrkIsmsrFsa proceasix flor. uiliat SAMPTin Swagr & mOLIuse Edible oils & fete Vegetable gprs TOM

or88311

1.42

I

0.74. 0.16 0.58

190.1

O00 232.03

85.44 75.76 72.50

108.82 113.71 80.59 74.S5 105.72 53.41 110.32

19M/82

u9821M

19L

82.18 37.08 190.78 159.83 148.52 92.83 137.09

173.92 30.60 56.71 210.55 222.32 176.66 12L54. 130.47

16-COf 79.78 53.83 198.58 195.01 190.11 127.74 159.M2

172.21 218.9 119.98

168.02 197.14 135.

137.43 230.16 139.60

18.44 98.44

240.92 339. 00 130.75

1133.1

117.21

125.38

332.70

117.99

12A9

104.921 lo0491 105.38 86.89

J.J5 115.36 114.40 70.62

1309.91

IJI&,

102.64 109.17 61.25

10MJ 108.31 100.85 95.24

104.99 114.32 40.sz

113.52 114.18 15.-11

U11.1. 113.75 109.4Z 87.00

107.79

125.63 136.35 106.43 131.14

126.80 135.25 126.97 95.05

135.37 134.2 144.05 120.79

124.19 141.80 11.94 77.94

135.6u 137.46 346.06 107.58

".7. 112.15 99.8? 53.14

113.51 116.00 112.67 99.0S

116.85 311.60 75.59 81.b6 112.40 146.60 121.90

136.97 123.71 170.56 133.17 148.45 fl5.00 146.98

155.32 150.80 91.79 156.91 177.28 86.10 150.S6

166.00

3. 80 95.29 98. 83 122.36 168.56 129.64

181.62 143.40 71.22 1L37 143.62 265.91 390.85

175 26 7. 00 81.b4 106.60 202.87 197.96 156.06

236. 4 223.93 95.33 139.92 269.92 209.33 389.33

L1Z00 146.73

flD&J

145.09 93.02 115.75 190.56 374.95 162.47

M2.Mo

It.50 35.50 40.25 160.08 130.92 135.92 116.38

297369

289.61

329.74

334.04

332.97

312.69

2 6.5

256.08

257.01 97.88 300.92

4sc.18 101.72 589.67

5311 132.15 64i.80

sftJ1 149.96 600.29

D314.41

158.46 638.19

53t. 113.88 650.46

21.21 5.05

100.00 100.00

213.42 200.47 2"4.57

*SI.S 179.62 57.52

220.42 514.33

12.09

10o.00

106.51

128.41

143.65

155.63

196.33

0.46

109.00

230.76

93.46

67.98

74.72

Electric Machiery Electric uton Electric fan Ls & hulbs C0ssicatiooa eqipuet Cables & wires

089 0.12 0.37 0.02 0.27 0.11

IlO 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 IOD.00

117.63 120.32 133.48 119.00 106.39 92.46

134.47 64.53 119.56 126.00 154.77 212.54

181.76 59.08 149.37 255.44 300.18

272.64 53.75 190.11 237.00 413.11 423.82

Tresort Euainuet Shipbuilding Notor vehicle Bicycles A rictkhnaw

0.28 0.04 0.15 0.09

1O0.00 100.00 100.00 100.00

100.92 145.00 _..67 160.11

73.25 53.51 30.20 Ike.11

162.75 14S 58 167.86 160.56

111.71 136.20 37.51 224.89

Otbr

L.3

100.0Q

101.19

143f93

81.90

93.31

67.69

58.32

79.76

80.33

0.30 0.01 0.02

100.0O 100.00 100.00

101.66 143.61 73.00

149.46 113.89 76.00

75.03 122.63 95.00

81.59 58.29 98.38

87.4" 56.53 91.3'

66.98 62.28 01.00

57.55 54.91 71.50

81.33 40.53 26.80

8s.C:

143.13

135.76

142.17

Petroem

products

tn11-'tllic

Minerals

Class Cen:

r

nd Stl

t!-Electric

ahinery

Jute baling A pressing Robber products Ice sking

Inde

of Mnefacturin Public s*ctor Private sector

Tiden of

Minin.

77.50 22.50

Production

Index

of tEectricitv

Index

of

rndustrial

1W.W1 (97.29)

Production

L

Production

... -

lk

Production

La

(74.79) (22.50)

fl12)

60.45 58.53 122.05 58.50

253.31

5Lf95

l1.50

77.68

194.61

166.93

361.36

303.96

314.11 32.08 236.33 262.46 475.65 503.02

340.58 86.27 248.97 325.38 489.35 563.98

290.43 74.17 269.16 310.71 32L.49 141.86

321.63 62.27 290.85 379.00 522.60 204.55

29&.e6 110.37 290.26 390.06 40.41 222.85

329.00 212.50 320.12 454.33 498.67 221.00

111.61 58.79 50.42 237.32

141.13 132.9k 70.77 240.78

125.18 177.43 90.32 166.67

114.93 173.27 70.94 160.13

48.49 129.62 11.S0 73.59

§J.92 110.00 62.42 117.08

97.55

102.93

113.68

105.40 103.38

114.02 112.54

124.61 125.23 122.54

132.42 128.57 145.22

_ 2.47

99.97 39.53

126.88 151.07

143.21 136.87 164.27

It:

Source:

Dureau

of

Statistics.

1"7.83 720.75

12.00

91.16

105.30

111.09

123.25

135.19

1j3.9

177.21

1$6.32

219.83

C 2_42)

100.00

104.48

115.35

127.59

151.17

17.64

111. I1

210.18

239.70

271-a

299.13

...

C10jgj)

100.00

97.60

105.15

113.99

125.2

133.25 1

133.77

144.83

145.56

139121

to

tbe overall

indez

of

The iudex of usnfacturing production covers approsiustely Exluded are. ng others. the aumfscturing of footwear. mall snd cottag industries and publishing. a. well as all angladesh

64.52 1.989.77

...

. sot applicable. p - preliminary. A Veight- shownin parotheses apply Lk Eutirely in the public sector.

19

175 87

1OC.00 100.00

57.58

S15.41

219I5

1IW.00

100.0Q

165.13

industrial

production.

932 of value added in large snd sdium-scale snufacturing. leather, furniture and non-ferroum metal products. printing waving). (which iuclude 'pinning, dyeing and bandloo

146.21

Table 8.4 COTTONVANIFACTURINC: cuAFAIT AND PRODWSTXQ".1965/66

CapacitV in Oneration InstalledCapacitv ESpides LRindleg LOOn

Yaer

YoLr

Number of Hills

1965/66 1966/67 1967/68 1968/69

33 38 37 42

654,,.. 661,... 662,... 731 ...

6,, 7.... 7 ... 7,...

573,... 555... 563,.... 646 ...

3,.,, 4,... 4 ... 4 ...

1969/70 1970/71 1971172 1972/73 1973/74

44 41 44 45 46

750,... 750,... 836,... 835,092 858,124

7 ... 6,... 7 ... 6,8 .. 7,375

660,.... 643... 530,... 626,942 656,642

3,... 4,.. 3,... 3,330 4,315

1974/75 1975/76 1976/77 1977/78 1978/79

48 49 49 52 54

889,570 905,532 921,298 976,834 972,166

7,563 7,636 7,859 7,986 7,494

692,257 659,842 685,233 798,716 793,595

4,792 4,847 4,531 5,379 5,600

91,650 88,031 82,422 89,766 96,830

1979/80 1980/81 1981/82 1982/83/c

56 56 56 31

1,031,557 1,057,460 1,032,238 606,331

7,504 7,592 6,848 3,187

810,092 863,112 786,119 521,474

5,458 5,203 4,531 2,272

96,581 101,951 95,289 63,938

1983/84 1984/85

32 35

623,060 709,048

3,108 3,172

512,640 684,825

2,319 2,921

__m 73,001 74,345 77,471 95,688

Li

- ,1984/65

Production

lbs.)

C ,) ( (

Consumption

Cloth La ('000Sards) .

) )

C.)

( ) 105,661 ( ., ) 91,002 (.) 45,600 80,896 ( 79,969) 91,035 ( 95,504)

), , 40,021 52,016 C , ) ) .. 52,026 ( 60,652 (.. 59,149 ) .. . ) 58,2380 23,400 ( .. 58,456 (58,456) 78,741 (78,695)

of Raw Cotton ('000 lbe.) ,

103,649

(100,559) ( 91,101) t 93,494) (106,908) (110,639)

84,610 (85,902) 74,411(75,953) 68,116(68,620) 82,552 (84,543) 85,032 (88,285)

105,467 102,015

(112,873) (121,755) (109,897) ( 79,353)

88,712 85,972 72,497 38,925

(92,432) (88,844) (78,418) (43,568)

106,281 102,314 98,152 67,925

64,868 t 79,631) 84,010 (101,525)

37,752 (41,434) 51,482 (57,000)

91,888 99,874 94,946

64,569 73,229

. - not .vailable. t * ts:getsc

Li. Data in pirentbeseschow entireproductionconvertedto Lb



32-countyarn equivalent. show entireactual cloth productionconvertedto 54-pLckscloth equivalent. Data in parentheses Data shown for 1982/83and beyond are not directlycomparablewith those for earlieryears, as BTHC disinvesteditselfof a numberof its mills during 1982/83and 1983/84.

Note: - Capacitydata a&e annualaverage.. - At the end of June 19M2,BTHC had 66 enterprisesunder its control: 31 spinningmills, 22 nmpositespiuning& weavingmills, 4 specialIzedmills, I engineeringunit, 8 compositemills stillunder construction(and 8 enterpriseswithoutany physicalaset). under its control; - At the end of June 1983, BTHC had 47 enterprises unit, mills, 1 engineeering 19 spinningmills, 12 compositespinning& weaving mills, 4 specialized 6 textilemills stillunder construction(and 3 enterpriseswithoutany physicalasigts); vas in trial production. I compositemill was undergoingBHR and I of the mills under constraction Source: BangladeshTextileHills Corporation.

%

Table fl 3 Jim

number

Labor

nuber

oftoma

NANACTURIIUGi,w41llzv CiUAP&1i AIR FIRWIOTION OF DIE NILLS. 5959,60 - 1953/54 Production Carpot-BackinS

,.EplonL.....

Jb

Iir

12

55,500 55,600

1961/62 1962/613 1963/64

is 19 22

54,400 61,500 76,700

9,170 10,422

8,106 8,624 9,950

1964/65 1965/66

22 23

77,000 90,00o.

11,363 12,630

1959t60

1960/61

1966/67 1967/68 9698/69

17

29 34 47

7,977

7,741

8,160 5,471

7,584

100,000. 14,603 150,000.e 55,05

..

66,100

.

72,600 54,500 92,700

10,007 55,500

293,907 391,763

815121 106,367

13,073

394,376 110,060

67,300

. .

175,900

170,000 1, 6,400

-

-

Other LE _srzlfiuWx IBLtOeau 11,300

Total ood)llo IOD toSi0 tons)

11,600

248,900

256,300

,,

12,100 9,600 10,000

271,100

,,,590

295,200 330,900

203,900 226,000

200 2,200

475,325 675,781

193,176 219,137

6,459 14,191

8,356 9,665

259,112 409,360

,.

637,988

263,499

19,664

10,285

403,711

,,

120,000.

20,513

16,060 18,355

499,230 670,939

135,675 186,372

797,032 665,570

33,'097 277.321

24,516 27,127

13,357 16,503

)08,645 507,323

560,507 439,573 351,325 U46,308 500,199

1969/70 1970/71 1971/72 1972/73 1973/74

55 68 6O 73 73

94,600 521,900 95,900 77,400 150,300

25,595 23,751 23,336 23,702 23,700

20,631 15,137 15,188 20,004 19,441

659,590 717,980 435,565 555,870 620,258

227,664 199,439 120,952 155,098 172,294

670,272 414,609 349,434 503,675 545,359

279,250 172,754 145,565 210,404 227,233

33,008 40,503 35,516 53,795 6,729

20,555 26,577 13,245 27,011 34,943

1974/75 1975/76 1976/77

77 77 77

136,328 151 031 153,319

23,795 23,413 23,385

18,036 19,839 20,190

526,107 587,514 652,237

146,140 161,254 166,473

546,943 530,431 585,010

227,693 221,013 226,982

40,U"a 71,326 70,433

29,525 24,328 26,169

444,306 477,921 490,057

1977/75 1976/79

71 77

159,973 167,928

23,815 24,460

21,506 23,073

684,512 673,521

176,643 175,325

665,012 577,572

26e,450 231,59S

76,131 75, 51

25,509 15,297

546,333 501,068

1979/S0 9S0/SU 1981/82

77

173,152 194,106 200,104

25,531 25,791 25,791

23,360 23,759 23,330

190,395 202,167 194,349

624,217 754,427 814,975

247,421 304,787 324, 071

76,775 70,151 55,389

6,7U L 3,692 4 3,744

18,289

16,648

745,025 778,216 747 532

1983/U

36

1.6,303

15,343

569,415

160,362

257,929

103,042

66,342

1982/83

77 77

39

163,711

654,493 163,571

403,594

155,138

67,963

Including I83 long tome of carpets. La *oeludi s crrprer

Sources laugladeabJute Mille Corporation,

, ,

,. ,,

2,562,990 2,843,$09 2,953,386 3,464,954

5527, 456 1,744 1,942 1,703 2,3U 5,365

3,001 3,028

3,422 2,739 5,550 2,627 2,941

5,59 5,U 5,86 590 5,97

6.11 6:23 5s*7

5l59 5.6 5,69 5,90

4,69,567

3,074 2,809

5.63 5.61

523,370

7,633,796

2,952

7,744,257

3,22

6,230 I

50,7S; 577,553 393,102

3,276

5,61 5,56 5,60

5,564

337,930

18

55e8

Includiagallpermanent mplojeae as well *as ecooeeloa workers (so-called badlie). Aonnual averages. Inlecludoctwe, pare,cordage, webbing,cerpets, vats,tape,cottonbmsging,wall-coverlnos, etc. jj Data for an ater at9/eOarenotstrictly comparable with theoe foreorlier years dueto tbedisinve.tentt of specialty mill#to privet.owerobip. lacludial 600 log tonc of carpots.

j

.

4umtlpo of la ute Salee per Drut o

Con Total

2,546 2,719 2,890

not available. n

L

frldu"tios V.,.. ('O TcTrlo) 1000 lo

,,

5.73

NOMADILULI CACW

Loeatio l

iart-up

11111 *DItiz.iI _

-

Caupll Ia lousalled AgbIu,ablulk

JAIl..lo.sto|LLUS_u

Plsr*4

IS11

14,000

lo0o0 tua

Jo.so.e

1396 296

10,000 10,000 10,000

10,000 20,000 10,000

lusitla

luahab1

1260

3.J.h.h2 Dog,& Iluapr

[email protected]*9 1290

Jmlf-P,r

1 99

lasapur least M1111 Cacao a Co., Ltd. IL

*anspur

l9s5

I-.a

235

1eaba.Wdlaso8ar m2ills IL t8r Iagal Sugar Kill, Li ietiouuiSlgarMilIl La a1lbsamij SosorRls22Li

6h, 0.5.o6.1 ksuuig DlaJpvr

1924

lisaJor I55590r

Usgs, 66*1.

IeJ.6.bl Sugar 111l1 Jalptuht

lagar 6101. thahurgo Sugar Nills teat 5ogla $-gar Ril*ls

16A1

2S59

135 *93l I913

laws.I total ('000

1 - mil

predto ed ('000

20,000

30,000

15,000

...

7,091 0,6)a

2,115

9,460 @ 9,VI

5,919 2,3

463 a1

16,914

23,000

9.469 10,469

10,000

5,198

*S,000 12,000

13,000

2,000 24,0 0o

1,000 32,00 2000 t 12,203

12,303

... 2,219

2,407 4,407

10,000

,115

1,294 12,634

9,133 5,563

171

409

2,22 4,0SO

ix

J497 1,397.9

4

5,651

50

to..)

445

0O S0o

12,932

4,595

1,620

1,022

5,463

622 oi,l*1 '

te_lJ

$but

4,146

1, I099 5,100

4 5 10,141

*,%41 12,609 14,542 16,560 12,202 13,303 14,40O

S 134 4,041 7,022 11 t40

1233,2

2I,0s 5

630 9 12,go 5,006 434 6,120 1,95

i LJ

hIdI5

210,0

I

5.S9

1.1S

*I *

H.AD 13,99.1 1,266.3

is

N kill 2o 125/3

kU:

7.S1

7103

,030

l"rea,

(i,o,,

Oamglsdb

Inaoad 1* 21S5. aluds sillt

44 421

446

capacity

of 12,303 lass toss.

52

29 411

5S9 044

4id

Food Ilivetr*es

public

Carporsaiuol

sectoc, cs

laIgl4desh

Sure.a

01o hslls

es,

*598 *,1)0 5,120

-o.

4,560 1,713

1,216 20,001 1*,m 132,215 10,01S 9,610 ,9211 7,506 5,249 12,535

1li11Z

116)

0,0512 1*,111 5S,11 71 ,85

Ca,sliiy OtlIlgalla

uL/k

12,1') 112,4 7,160 4,S11

0,630 113,029 15,0 14 53 1,347 * Se4,9 6,11 4,01 0.1SIS 111 ,61 21,623 8,5An 5,2230

1*,430

20,5"

7,1.

2

/292162 with so laos^laed &ud salavobla

lo dv).

eotabllised alter1941were in tlt usgr

and reopened I

22,10 t 14,901 210705

5,16

1ll, Is 1915. rebabhligatel

14,1

2,112,2

10

------

21,344 14,662

1,6794.

1912.

aperall

All sills

f

911S45 9,5 10,110

il7l1110.707 17u,?1 1,043.

---

191811111/111 it/iMlJ

22,525 *",942

iov.

*essliae,l is 2005. Shut 4oo Is 1934115.

---

171 0,075 l,1 S ,117 1 3,250 2'o 9,422 11,5 9,011

-^s

IIolsoal*ed

_

34 02 170 604 6,e.716 2,535 14,02S 1 ,42 I 9,609 *2,16 12,401 55 05 1441 a 13,000 314 2,11, 1,116 .f -

5

II$

5

5,1,71

1,*J41

0il

4.80

.202 ,0

X, 11

4.075

7.120

1,,14 5,464

,912

5,090

...

..

2,402 1,12 I ,0 * 0,811 5,320 5,n2

* 2

S

1ZIZ&li 1411)1* 19161?W IIUI

.,.

56

2,120

4,522

iZ.nU 1,564.6

IWU&

5 I

13,916 13,153 3,051

ltos)

loss

...

10,438

10,000

110 .455l2i/

not yet i Operftall. no* Is operalLon. sot ,111

,or .u t,: .6.1 Clows, 120 do,. of *rusbl,~ ia15nt23,* W. , g, il

iAtu

11.000 , eoo 000

mama)

aug

Iblessao produce4 ('000lo slgaisa

*

1, 000 153,000 ON

1IW/1

., 1,407 3,510 1,704

recovry, 1t I of case croahd

usgr

_

...

10,000

ul..mZ100,30 iJL

Case en sed,

*

10,000

0A3CtIO.2I 1AM

l,sme 1,adoatl*o- (lstl

110111/I1 1.1919I1LL2 1±1o

IL

1.rIdpur Iilt. Igliaclupra hgar mills keb.,rblgasj Idiot kills PauahogarhW hirE ktill. shoper lSola kills

"Jaw.uiulat I91I

6D601

11,515 35,9i

1*9,50 it,1 1,

1*,081 *9,704

1,525

1s,469

s0,686 II,29 10,935 16,425 0,142 051 9 ' 12,946 28, O4 5,0:1 11,755

21,403

10,0 32,61 2 32,241 21,103 21 33 *60 9,152 22,190 12,51

5,1 4,019

§ 91 96,632 3 *2,1)7

*3,98

3412 191 19,195 12,303 5,034

7 ,6 18.4 7,74

U2

I

t9s

919

1h 1,252.0

7,45

46 4i7

1

1,191,9

7.91

67 All

5,103

19IZ8

11* 4l. 1 ALI 4U

3,424,1

2,11,.9

1.11

I'8l

tl g0o

80 ,

50

1,

4L)

1.97

46

660

t

12).15

c4

L. 110.05

73.02 145.54 1,3 80.

43,93 13),05

1.2

53230

107,21 13*1.2

99.,54

103.13

104.40

18.15

S1,45 110,54 IN

51.12 ll 11.02 19 I2,4*9 17

1.01 122,2

9.36 13*5.1

11,)

124.80

41,.4

40,92 IILIa

49,

C.pseIl hillia

1

LIA

-94Table

8.6

PRODUCTION OF K&JOR PULP. PAPER AND NISPRINT (in metric tons) arnapboli Paper Hills (sW er)

Year

xbnlna NewsCrint Kills (newanrint) (mech.

ILLS.

1953/54

- 1984185

North Bengal Paper Mills (paper)

print)

Sylhet I Paper

Pulp Kills

1953154 1954155

12,910 20.553

1955/56 1956157 1957158 1958159 1959160

21.590 24,398 23,752 24.142 23,459

12,086

3,065

-

1960161 1961162 1962163 1963164 1964165

28.411 32,878 26,627 28,727 33.998

16,621 29,726 31,314 30,395 38,170

3,763 3,538 2,776 1,967 4,054

-

1965166 1966167 1967168 1968(69 196970

32,082 26,844 28,940 31,713 30,753

32,831 36,191 38.523 38,717 35,740

6,856 4,763 8,588 9,597 8,527

-

1970171 1971(72 1972173 1973174 1974175

21.981 21,975 21.359 21,282

29,588 16,059 27,493 26,465 28,684

6,266 2,483 858 117 3,974

2,296 3,694

1975(76 1976177 1977/78 1978(79 1979(80

14,405 19,586 23,076 22,626 23,213

20,062 14,588 27,487 33,605 38,115

780 2,143 4,100 3,617 3,154

3,13t 4,203 5,951 8,222 7,545

9,394 12,132 12,012

1980/81 1981182 1982/83

24,302 24,744 21,340

30,412 38,652 26,550

3,748 5,351 4,652

7,517 7,628 4,795

14, 023 9,131 12,128

18,451 27,000

28,670 43, 000.

9,094

9,506 12,000

10,822 14,000

1983/84 1984/85

(targets)

la Including

1br Included Notes:

mechanicaL print. in total target of 43,000

-

-

-

Lb

tons.

- TarnaphUli Paper Mills began production in October 1953. Its rated capacity (in 1982) is 30,000 metric tons of paper per year, using bamboo and wood as well as imported pulp an raw materials. - Ehulna Newsprint Mills began production in 1959. Its rated capacity(in 1982) is 40,000 tons of newsprint and 8,000 tons of mechanical printiug paper per anum, using pulpwood and imported pulp ar rav materials. - North Bengal Paper Mills was comissioned in August 1971, but did not begin commercial until 1973. Its rated capacity (in 1982) is 15,000 tons of paper per annum, uaing predominantly bagasse obtained from sugar mills as raw material. - Sylhet Pulp & Paper Mills was commissioned on July 1, 1977. Its rated capacity (in 1982) is 30,000 tons of pulp per year, using various raw materials including reed, bamboo, jute cuttings, jute sticks, etc.

Source: Bangladecn Chemical Industri3s Corporation.

Tsble 8.7

BALL-SCALEINDUSTRIESs DISTISIUTION. SI2E AND1INANCIAI.P3RVORMANCU. 197BI717

District kaitbaekhal5 Dinajpur Nangpur Dogra Rajahahi Pabas Itulna Kuabtia Jasnore

Khulna larimal Patuakhali Dacca

Jamalpur Hyuansingb Tangail Dacca F.aidpur ChittaconL Sylhat Comilla Noakhali Chittagong Chittagong Hill Tracts TOTAL flU:

Number of Units

Cash Value Wagesand Saleries of CapitalStack Input Purchases PersonsIm loved (mill.Teke) (mill.Taka) (uill.Taka) All Production All Production Total Plantand Ray MaterialsElectricity EDloTees Workers EIMoelovers Worke inist11t Hachinery kSL Z .a.e.rt _.* . Fuel

Net sales Receipts (mllL, TIkii

ValueAdded (mL.U,.la)

638 764 473 1,127 451

49.416 8,495 11,110 6,102 17,209 6,500

41.413 7,459 9,029 5,014 14,657 5,254

129.510 25,434 27,038 15,696 40,008 21,335

931786 20,256 22,225 13,638 26,739 11,500

304,288 44,150 68,167 41,151 85,216 65,604

170010 22,781 32,876 19,409 42,644 52,300

5701460 111,462 197,680 32,733 129,241 99,344

49Z371 t,79U 7,746 8,851 18,104 5,8K0

704 291 130,433 236,466 48,559 165,167 123,666

217 848 39,400 36,484 31,090 72,076 38,798

302L309 49,5S1 67,525 36,065 69,898 57,240

4.347 403 5S9 1,703 1,062 320

60,161 6,239 12,712 23,818 12,833 4,559

53,096 5,703 10,914 20,890 11,534 4,055

143.315 8,441 28,370 59,871 32,391 13,742

65.949 4,073 10,452 29,214 16,594 5,616

350.437 28,806 94,537 146,717 62,482 17,695

162.67Z 15,654 35,201 67,268 36,602 7,946

5221303 13,452 129,966 88,113 217,503 73,267

71 854 5,034 14,232 27,281 21,256 4,051

iL95 17,730 190,573 117,245 265,706 85,699

242,304 26,854 43,490 127,283 40,449 4,228

328 099 26,096 89, 64 129:134 67,395 15,608

LO099 329 845 348 6,545 1,03W

120.561 4,330 10,434 5,667 68,671 11,759

101.904 3,672 9,943 5,135 72,076 11,078

339.005 8,002 19,406 9,580 286,685 15,332

1St 023 4,506 8,655 5,196 131,710 7,956

770,685 13,974 40,923 14,946 646,085 54,757

423,405 8,141 21,281 7,883 355,499 30,601

1 002 142 30,351 19,932 19,997 900,116 31,746

118.77 4,605 9,385 3,924 90,365 10,491

045 33,397 23,530 25,995 1,263,640 21,483

A3680 452h285

L.41

12,568 40,388 11,751 318,088 69,490

11,009 34,601 13,826 591,246 48,736

7.101 1,261 1,552 1,158 2,907 223

91.68 16,269 21,363 13.522 37,672 2,562

19.314 38,066 42,328 27,857 77,597 7,293

IOZ,571 20,036 26,395 14,686 36,181 3,271

450.249 75,737 137,898 84,254 144,950 7,410

226.668 34,093 56,631 41,392 90,685 3,547

.A"7.2ZQ

15,158 18,704 11,915 33,917 2,466

9.LAI2 15,216 22,151 20,881 38,347 1,3S5

1 05541J7 101,067 443,685 147,877 349,817 12,971

318 316 66,593 60,478 64,285 120,761 6,176

4329S1I 74,011 136,815 77,091 139,007 6,057

24 005

322.126

278J573

8049711

14230i751

L 762.SOt

I2.160

31235

1

56

2L735

78,432 345,196 114,193 293,244 11,205 2L937L175

The data coverabout 852 of all restiteredsamll-scale industrial enterprises, Thoy do M1L include cottage industries.Smll-scaleenterprises arm definedas havingcapitalstockof no ware thanTk 2.5 millionand of employingat least10 workersIf the firm uses electric pover or at least 20 workers if it does not use electric pover.

Source:

GrossOutput Q .lla.Tska)

Bangladesh Smalland CottageIndustries Corporation, 1978/79 Survey of Sall Industries.

338 473

1

3 007 705

gabl53.8 GAS FIELDS

CHIACTfI8STICS. ACTUAL AND PROJECTEDPRODUCTION,1979180 - 19P/87

Gross Hethane Content Calorific Condensate Recovery La Value (Z by Year of DiscoQorx volutex (JrTLUCF) (bble/kIMcF)

Field

Sylbet Chhatak lashidpur Titas Kailastila

1955 1959 1960 1962 1962

96.26 99.00 98.02 96.27 95.70

1,052 1,007 1,014 1,036 1,050

3.40 trace 0.30 1.50 10.00-13.00

Habiganj Dakbrabad Semutang Iutubdis Li

1963 1968 1968 1977 1910

95.70 97.80 94.30 96.94 94.41

1,020 1,022 ,, 1,043 1,064

0.03-0.9 2.00 trace trace 0.2'

leanibaxar

1981 1982

,.

Kest&

i862

92.25 97.00 94.66

20.00 0.16

Degumasni feni

Estimated esserves(TCF) Likaly /b JLo.v

0.26 0.01

0.49 0.83 0.38

1.28 0.72 2.76-3.70 1.48 0.03 0.01 1.00 , 0.1251t 0.062/d 0. 067L

..

0.29-0.43 0.04 1.06 2.25 0.60

,. 0.013

1979/f0 1E71

0.44 0.07 2.01 4.35 0.95

19,20 5.30 86.52 -

19,30 5.70 91.53 -

3.70 7.96 0.06

13.63 -

20.32 -

19.50 4.50 116,83 36.74 -

a a * *

a

158,42 7.94

22,10 7.00 240,00 28.00

23.10 7,00 240.00 31.00

23.50 7,00 270,00 35.00

45.92 4.69

120.00 69.17

120.00 120.00

120.00 150.00

10,4d

4,87

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

.

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

0.177.l

.

-

-

-

-

1.10LI

..

0.094

.,

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

_ 14.00

124.65

136.85

177.57

197.12

232.32

500.27

-

-

-

-

barrels. British Thermal Units 0.252 kilocalories. (standard)cubic foot. million (standard)cubic feet. trillion (standard)cubic feet.

/a Presence of condensateindicatestbat liquidhydrocarbonshave been formed in the sedimentarybasin. Lk Based on probabilitiesof 1.0 for proved reserves, 0.5 for probable reserves,and 0.25 for possible reserves. L£ OffShore field. 1d Proven. /e Probable. L Preliminaryestimate, LA Includes "likely" reserves for lutubdia and leanibasar fields. Feni, beanibasarand Keata fields. /h Includes "likely" reserves for Kutubdia, eagumasnj, Sourcesc Petrobangla;IBID.

40.32 -

1985/B6 19,61i

-

. not available. bbla BTU CF KHCF TCF

19.00 5.40 132.80 -

Prolmcted

-

6,421. 10.83-11.89 22.04/h

39t5l

Production (jHC.Jdav) A9tqal 4 18ML 83 1983/84 1ia 981/82 1iI2/

30.00 -

_ 14.00

14.00

SS5.lg

649.50

-97Table

8.9

RATURAL GAS PRODUCTION BY FIELDS. (in million standard cubic

Year

/a

1960

Sylbet

Chhatak

Titas

Babisani

1960 feet)

- 1984

Kailastila

Bakhrabad

1,576 3,433 3,642 3,984

281 761 715 755 562

-

-

-

-

-

3,203 3,620 4,342 4,129 3,893

547 544 923 697 709

-

-

1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974

3,865 3,456 4,047 3,431 4,768

799 282 491 386 904

1975 1976 1977 1978 1979

4,898 5,262 5,925 4,756 6,159

1980 1981

7,091 7,122 7,062 5,193 3,520

1961 1962 1963 1964

1965

1982 1983 1984(proj.)

/a /b /c

Petrobangla.

-

-

281 2,337 4,148 4,397 4,546 3,750 4,164 5,265 6,114 9,128

476 3,301

-

-

-

8,685 3,688 9,594 17,427 14,691

5,567 1,838 3,597 3,159 2,550

-

-

18,916 9,264 17,729 24,403 22,913

1,037 965 1,468 1,738 1,885

15,383 22,914 21,829 24,541 29,659

2,233 2,198 2,804 5,137 5,272

-

-

23,551 31,339 32,026 36,172 42,975

2.070 1,980 1,660 1,990 1,754

32,253 37,037 45,032 53,411 61,517

5,638 10,221 14,438 15,504 18,286

1,028fb 4,147

4,022/c

47,052 56,360 68,192 77,127 93,246

-

--

812 1,225

Calendar year. from July For six months only, i.e., From May 20, 1984 - December 1984.

Source:

-

Total

1983

- December

1983.

Table 8.10 NATURALGAS CONSUNPTION BY SECTOR. 1980/81-1985186 (in MIC? and as I of total)

Sector

1980/81

X

Actual 1981/82 Z

Power

18,515

38

22,246

Fertilizers

17,610

36

Industrial

7,774

Comercial Households Total Source: Bangladesh

Revised Projection 1983/84 1984/85 1985/86

A,erage Annual Grovth Rste (X) 198031-12985/86

1982/83

I.

35

27,706

40

30,364

55,300

60,200

26.59

26,111

41

25,189

36

31,830

50,000

51,100

23.75

16

8,734

14

9,480

13

10,171

34,600

36,800

36.47

1,493

3

1,844

2,181

3

2,345

6,075

9,600

45.09

3,475

7

4,377

7

5,396

8

',796

18,225

20,100

42.05

48,867

100

63,312

100

69,952

100

80.506

164.200

177.800

29.47

Power Development

Board.

~0

GASTARIFFS(TITAE GASCO.). 1968-1984 XATUXAL (Take per MCI, unless noted otherwise) Effective

Dates

July29, June28, June19, Dec.1, June22. June ... 19.Jl0 1968 /a 0.30

Cost of Gas/MYC(ex-field), Including excise duty

End Users PricgslMO? (including

Cexcise

)

1969j..._1974-

1977

0.90 (0.40)

2.90 (2.40)

3.60 (2.40)

1979

Bulk Others

Junen.7, 2J1. Bulk others

Jul ZL1.

.. J198 sulk Others

. June.2.30 19na2laJ2 sulk

Others

Others.

10

11.45 22.65 9.50 18.00 10.00 22.65 7.33 15.45 6.45 5.98 4.45 (3.00) (4.50) (5.00) (6.00)(14.00) (9.00)(17.50) (9.50)(21.65) (9.50)(21.65)

duty)

Sulk Cunsumers PawerGeneration Fertilixer Production

1.20 1.20

1.60 1.60

3.72 3.72

5.00 5.00

6.25 6.24

Industri.al.Conhuinri

2.52

2.92

7.20

9.00

16.00

..

15.00

..

27.75

.

31.00

..

36.00

..

36.00

Cc,ierclalConoumers

6.00

6.40

12.00

13.00

17.00

..

19.00

..

28.00

..

31.00

..

36.00

..

45.20

6.00

6.40

12.00

13.00

16.00

..

15.00D

.

20.00

..

27.00

..

34.00D

.

34.00

6.00 10.00 3.00 10.00 5.00 10.00 5.0;

6.30 10.50 3.15 10.50 5.25 10.50 5.25

15.00 25.0 5.00 28.00 14.00 28.00 24.00

16.00 30.00 9.00 30.00 13.00 30.00 15.00

20.00 36.00 12.00 30.00 13.00 30.00 15.00

.

.

.

25.00 45.00 16.00 38.00 19.00 38.00 19.00

.

45.00 0.00 34.00 74.00 37.00 74.00 37.00

.

.

22.00 60.00 14.00 34.00 17.00 34.00 17.00

20.00

21.00

56.00

60.00

60.00

.

65.00

.

76.00

117.00D

.

25.00 30.00

26.25 31.50

70.00 84.00

75.00 90.00 75.00

75.00 98.00 75.00

..

4.00 101.00 8.4.00

.

.

.

..

HouseholdConsuinrs Metered linuetered/month - Stove (oneburner) - Stove (two burners) burner (each) - Additional - oven (each) oven (esch) - Additlonal - Grill (each) grill (each) - Additional - Water heaterup to 20 gallons(each) - Waterheaterabove 20 gallons (each) - Dryer (each) - Refrigerator (each) - Cas light,garden/external use (each) -

..

.

...

..

7.75 7.75

. . .. . .

.

.. ..

9.30 9.30

. . .. . .

* ..

10.50 10.50

. . . .. . .. .

.

.

MinimumCharaeaalMonth (unuetered) Llouestic Comercla 1

..

..

3.00

5.00

12.00

13.00

16.00

.

25.00

25.00

60.00

65.00

85.00

..

..

35.00 65.00 27.00 58.00 29.00 55.00 29.00

11.50 11.50

Titas Gas started

Source: TitamGOs Company.

C??). duty per mcl (1,(000

13.03 14.05

.

147.00

.

147.00

.

.

184.00 220.00 147.00

.

184.00 220.00 147.00

.. . .. . .

. . .. . .

.

.

.

146.00 175.00 117.00

18.00

.

20.00

.

27.00

.

34.00

.

34.00

9.00

..

10.00

..

14.00

..

17.00

..

17.00

18.00 95.00

.

20.00 140.00

.

27.00 155.00

.

34.00 180.00

.

.

..

..

.

..

Pover Station,the firstcustomer.on April 25, 1968. its commercial operation from this date. Gas supplied to Siddhirganj

note: Figuresin parenthesisindicateexcise

..

45.00 80.00 34.00 74.00 37.00 74.00 37.00

.

applicable. ..- no chargeestablished/not

Ii.

..

03.00 112.00 93.00

.

Gas light,internaluae (each)

..

.

34.00 .1AO.00

Table 8.12 DEMAND FOR PETROLEUM PRODUCTS,1975/76 - 1984/85 (in metric tons) 1915/76 High-Octane

Blending Components (HOBC)

Motor Spirits (MS)

Jet Petrol 1 (UP-l) Superior Kerosene Oil (SKO) High-Speed Diesel Oil (HOD) Light Diesel Oil (LDO) Furnace Oil, High-Sulfur (FOsS) Furnace Oil, Low-Sulfur (FOLS) Liquefied Petroleum Gia (LPG)

Total Fuels Jute Batching Oil (JllO) Lubricants Bitumen Others

Total Non-fuels (Annual increase, Source:

Bangladesh

2,427

2,996

51,400

51,990

in Z)

Petroleum

Corporation.

1277178 /791-8i0 1978/79 3,989 55,877

5,302 60,833 30,470 398,134 334,902 30,995 423,449 40,315 669

23,782 340,924 246,779 31,961 352,825 30,608 -

24,461 337,215 252,465 23,030 319,909 32,745 -

26,476 377,961 304,422 30,967 385,030 36,584 -

1.089.928

1.059,249

1Z33.924

27,858 18,480

27,741 15,728

33,830 16,493

6,158 55,755 44,420 383,952 414,611 32,433 428,571 42,110 2,692

1,33Q.726 1.41136 33,130 21,618

33,173 19,170

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

7679

Grand Total

1976/77

45.368

1.137.607

1,104.617

C.)

(-2.9)

531

56813

1.286.965

1.387.59

(16.5)

(7.8)

54.022 1.465.378

(5.6)

1980/81

1981/82

1982/81

6,961 49,639

6,650 47,752

5,645

6,267

6,000

38,606

42,006

40,000

1983/84

1984/85

50,320 448,061 413,313 35,160 371,233 40,039 4,490

58,240 402,691 511,640 30,159 331,502 29,774 4,974

50,947 324,872 455,167 22,009 288,961 3,974 4,271

54,248 322,160 516,497 20,587 384,544 -

-

6,219

7,000

1419.216

1.423.382

1194.,452

1.352.528

1.333.000

32,317 14,133

29,087 12,255

27,582 12,683

32,000 16,000

35,228 14,497 19,932 2,451

7210 1,491,324

(1.8)

34,656 1,845

82.951 1.506.333

(1.0)

6,404 741

13,967 4,500

48.487

58.732

1.242.939

(-17.5)

1.411.269

(13.54)

60,000 310,000 550,000 2,500 335,000

18,000 1,500

67.500 1,iA^.500

(-0.76)

Table 8.13

~"Mr'! IK3TI'S (in metric tons)

CUITfOOUC IIIOI

1973z74

1974175

353,292

852,276 933,278

Crud,oil processed Processing losses and gas La

359.188 21,798

818.198 43,343

Produetimn (eross) Eaphtba motor spirit (NO) li3h-oetene blendint components (uuc) Jet pecrol I (1-1) Jate batching oil (.1o) Superlor kerosena oil (no) Ulab-speed dlrsel oil (Bob) Lia4t diesel oil (LDO) urnace oil, high sulfur (FO3E) Furnace oil, low sulfur (POLO) Liquefied petroleum seo (tlP) Reduced crude oil (ICo) Lk Mineral turpentine (NTT) Spacial oailig point Solvents (S8r) Refinery fuel C- Light diesel oil) C- Nigh-sulfur furnaceoil)

341'312 16,978 26,981 1,339 2,601 21,022 50,271 14,033 23,731 147,027 31,633 -

772 495 37,668 47,667 449 20,551 32,368 188,645 96,403 33,354 275,417 32,320 -

Crude oil

rceiysd

Adjustment for - ase stock - lace stock - Base stock - lase stock - la.e stock

net ekLage iD: for XBODU)INBC for WNIICW for MO for N8/napbts for ass oil

Proguction (net) Li

Products stocke (end of year)

Li

UaAberof days in operation Average production,

net, per day (metric tons)

1,263,907

895.58 47,920

1.1211222 1.0583589 1.068.366 54,252 35,490 29,299

1.,30012 28,378

1

8483333 61,993 54,925 3,385 16,772 28,796 203,393 106,828 27,579 306,811 29,572 -

1

-

552 418 7,309 (3,126) (4,183)

el7

774

L

le

Rosters Wintry,

Ltd.

-

-

13 -908

-729 284

-

-

-

551 1,647 7,705 (2,785) (4,920) 60

-782 -623 58 -

1.021.812

7,890

7,634

-

-

-

-

65,232 56,064 4.276 12,525 32,938 306,358 88,514 30,U12 385,242 35,538 603 -

861 1,002 19,100 (4,568) (14,532) 5 1,571 -

1,216 -

1,041913 19,114 -

IIM.

_219U2183 19L3M

1,170,512

L271L131 1.20425J

924,007

34,873

226 37,624

1,lo0,634 1238.278 1164387 76,997 95,937 105,425 58,090 44,509 44,910 5,711 6,666 3,604 2,860 4,355 31,348 37,228 29,578 311,088 321,291 296,068 117,288 121,938 127,024 32,677 33,761 30,435 469,595 424.024 340,318 48,395 39,490 31,195 2,599 4,810 4,699

919337 55,724 27,013 2,456 1,321 29,584 234,458 136,505 20,734 279,986 3,407 4,442

-

553 548 22,141 (5,015) (17,126)

32,853

77,311

773 330 24,323 (4,673) (19,650)

-

-9

-

-71

-

-

10% -

1,180i73 22,04A -

-1,006 760

102,843

976 601 25,387 (4,981) (20,906) ) 3 ) 220

7

23,437 1.650

23,412 ,.

1.015L021 U,189 35,141 7,273 3,971 27,904 285,261 195,185 19,647 286,100 -

6,222 64.772

756 441 20,592 (3,730) (15,922)

674 521 21,161 3,309 17,852

) ) ) -3,703

6,262

10,623

7,821

-9,786

2,785

6,977

-17,569

116,628

9,136

15,425

26,048

33,869

24,083

26,868

33,845

16,276

132,904

1,000,000

1,034,491 10J00. 000 20,61 40,000

67.980

)

3

7 )

20,592

21,161

1,187

4,080

1 264 151 1024567 S939174 1,041,439 64 ,165 803,408 222,712 180,402La 135,766

-8,934

1.k50814 1 02396U 1 020 014 11 151 7 836,012 902,375 963,373 1.063 444 184,082 121,569 56,641 85.273

,3S

1I4M/ 5

1.003,939

138Lfl21,6h .Q91.63S 07

829 506 785,031 44,475

S4U,670 101,057

.

36,420

113

273

280

336

304

311

308

320

31e

270

315

2,986

2,838

3,027

3,174

3,361

3,350

3,834

3,839

3,671

3,391

3,222

Crude oil processed minusnst production, Per SPC'e bLtoue plant. F srosprodsetloe plnsadjustment for net cbanSesin baee stoees, Includieg refiaery fuel. lacstdis 4,323 toss of bitumm. l eludia 18,N80 toes of bItwuno.

Onse,

-

280 955 8,062 (2,680) (5,382)

32,341 53,141 2,161 6,908 35,195 263,963 120,759 28,604 380,660 39,102 162

1.066,525

AD? A pbaltic litums Plant(opened on September 22, 1980).

Ld La

.066.970 102AL099 1,039,067 91,974 51,330 1,545 12,776 28,475 247,302 147,314 21,540 421,825 33,542 -

7,309

p pojected.

/a

1.077,1.3

847.438

6,996

nsot separecely available.

/a

1,092,285

761 597 741,197 20,400

-

a

1,258,401

-

342.803 342,603

Chane In product. stocks

1,039,938

1,543

-

sales

19801Al

-

3,521

1977176 197U179

1974/J-

-

377 s0 6,996 (3,003) (3,993)

-

-2,168 -1,7 4

337,390

Retinery eonsumption AUP consumption false - Dosetie Expots

-

992 1,153 3,521 (1,340) (2,181)

1976177

1975/76

1973174- 198A/85

-

81,400 35,000 6,000 -

32,000 262,100 170,000 25,000 210,000 _ 7.000 130,000

900 600 40,000 -

TableB14 DlQIUDFOR MAJORPETROLEUM PRODUCTS BY SECTOR,1983/84 (in 'OO0 metric tons and percent) Motor Gasoline -(MS.- OBC)

Sector

(i)

Agriculture

Kerosene -I LO)-

Jet Petrol _ .IPL)

Diesel Oil (BSD. LDO)

Fuel Oil (MLs)

otael

-

128

10

172

244

18

-

294

22

-

10

-

118

-

18

-

54

Percent

(ii)

Electricity

(iii)

Households

-

294

-

-

Industry

-

-

-

11

183

194

14

Transport

44

-

54

344

8

454

34

(iv) (v)

Poyer

Air Rail Road Water (vi)

Total

(54) (48) -

Bunkers (Foreign)

(45) (200) (99) -

48

Source: Bangladesh Petroleum Corporation.

322

-

54

10

(3)

(54) (50) (248) (102)

(4) (4) (18) (B)

22

32

2

(5)

385 m

100

a

Table

8,15

PETROL8UM PRODUCQ PRICE8, 1979 - 1983 (Taka/luperial Gallon) November 1979 Ex-Depot

lx-Ref.

July lx-Ref,

1980 lx-Degot

may 1981 8x-Ref, Ex-Depot

september 1981 Ex-Ref, E-Deknt

July 1982 March 1983 x-Ref, AxL-Depot kx.Ref. Ex-Depot

PremiumCasoline

(with IIOBC)

32.04

38,53

42.07

48,66

45,85

52.52

48.14

54.E6

62.58

69.30

68,84

75.56

Regular

(MS)

30.37

36.24

40.40

46.37

42.16

48.36

44.27

50.52

57,55

63.80

60.43

66.68

17.48

19.03

26.72

28.31

29.43

31.25

30.90

32.75

40.17

42.02

40.17

42.02

12.14

13.75

16.09

17.65

20.73

22.50

21.69

23,63

30.71

32.81

3C1.71

32.81

11.56

13.75

20.23

22.50

20.02

22.50

20.98

23.63

30.00

32,81

30,00

32.81

7.75

8.82

11.81

13.00

15,12

16.68

15,88

17.51

22,71

24.54

22.71

24.54

50.00

54.36

50.00

54.36

50.00

54.31

50.00

54.36

50.00bk

54.361k

95.00

105.00

Jet

Gasoline

Fuel (JP-I)

Kerosene Diesel

(SIO)

Oil

(HSD)

Fuel Oil (FOHS) Liquefied

Petroleum

Gas (LPG) La

La Per cylinder &

Price

Ngit: Source:

(12.5kg net). was raised to Tk 75/cylinder

with effect

from August 12, 1982.

Exchange Rate, Septesher 1983: Tk 24.75/USS. Prices shown refer to Ex-Refinery and Ex-Depot, respectively, Bangladesh

Petroleuu

Corporation.

at ChittaEong.

-104-

Table

8.16

PETROLEUMPROD1UCTPRICES ASD IMPORT PARITY. 198' (US$/barrel)

Ex-Depot Price Chittagong /a

Import c.i.f.

Parity Price Chittagong /b

Ex-Refinery Chittagong

Premium

Gasoline

iu7. 85

40.77

98.26

Regular

Gasoline

95.19

36.11

86.27

Jet Fuel

59.97

35.35

57.35

Kerosene

46.83

35.35

43.82

46.81

33.55

42.80

Diesel

Oil

Fuel Oil La

35.04

Eff:ctive

Lb 1-.Ly 1983, '.or Note: Source:

clean Exchange

rate,

Bangladesh

July Petroleum

1983: Tk 24.50/IUSS. Corporation.

32.42

v

from March 1983. fob Singapore prices, plus freight products and US$ 1.50/bbl for dirty

Price /a

to Chittagong products).

(US$ 1.25/bbl

-105Table

8.17

ELECTRICITY GENERATIONAND CONSUMPTION. 1969/70 - 19S3/84

Electricity Gross (GWh)

1969/70 1970/71 1971/72 1972/73 1973/74

418.96 548.70 548.70 608.29 660.09

1,067.33 929.04 717.01 1,085.59 1,265.39

1,043.51 896.04 682.50 1,042.11 1,199.06

814.07 682.66 468.02 623.91 828.17

1974/75 1975/76 1976/77 1978179

667.44 769.33 766.66 752.14 717.98

1,322.08 1,459.74 1,614.47 1,913.00 2,122.29

1,250.84 1,370.67 1,521.18 1,818.52 2, 017.28

835.16 931.97 1,046.60 1,204.50 1,381.28

1979/80 1980/81 1981/82

822.19 813.16 857. 00

2,353.36 2,661.81 3,036.44

2,237.75 2,539.79 2,896.11

1,406.26 1,594.53 2,028.31

901.22 1,635.87 2, 041.10

3,432.67 3,966.19

3,294.16 3,803.16

2,398.60 2,677.55

3,231.72 3,748.71

Year

1977/78

1982/83 1 9 8 3 /8 4 p ..

919.24 1,121.00

Generation Net (GWh)

not available.

p = provisional.

Source: Bangladesh

Power Development

Board.

Final Consumption (GWh)

Consumpt ion Billed to Users ("000 Taka)

Installed Capacity (MW)

556.93 630.24

Table 8.18 BY SECTOR.1975/76 - 19831 B ELECTRICITYCONSUMPTION

Beggor

1975/76

1976/77

1977/7.

1978/79

1979810

1980/81

1981/82

192Z.

1283/84

Average Annual Growth Rate (2) 1976-84

Domestic

135.346

144.142

179.940

228,191

228.234

292,087

339.134

438.599

520.248

18.33

Co_ercial

87.610

116.215

130,633

220.330

206.154

329.229

270.780

235.907

251.422

14.09

Industrial

657.563

690.242

795.226

823.776

881.843

1,021.696

1,339.090

1,473.746

Agriculture

24.364

37.268

17.559

43.446

36.352

37.989

29.610

37.433

53.351

10.29

Oth.:e

27.090

25.161

81.154

65.554

53.682

58.535

49.698

212.866

140.504

22.85

931,973

Totel (Plum.)Captive

Generation

Losses

(Utility

only)L

527.763

605.577

noot available.

LA

Includes

Source:

station

Bangladesh

auxiliary

use.

Power Development Board.

708.407

,,

,, !

.

1.406.265

1.381.297

,,

,,

..

.J

Overall Total

1.204.512

1.013.028

..

2.208.312

466.871

429.731

2.206,407

..

740.997

1.739.536

947.101

922,273

2.458,043 1,008.127

2.398.551

1,712.027

2.677,52l ,

,, _zj. 1,034.121

1,288.638

12,71

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-108-

Table

8.20

BANGLADESHPOWERDEVELOPMEMrBOARD: ELECTRICITY TARIFF STRUCTuRE, 1983 (July 1983) Consumer

Group

Minium

Charre

Unit

Rates

fa

Low and Medium Voltage Domestic

b-

Irrigation

- Monthly consumption up to 250 units - Monthly consumption 250 to 400 units - Monthly consumption over 400 units

Pumping

Industrial (up to 50

nW)

Uses

Comrcial

- Tk 200

(single

100 paisa/KWh

170 paisa/Kwh

120 paisa/RUh 400 paisa/KWh

phase)

1k 30 to Tk 500 per (depending on contracted load)

400 paisa/KUh

phase) month

- Monthly consumption up to 100 units - Monthly consumption over 100 units

155 paisa/KUh 250 paisa/KVh

Bulk

Cousumers above 50 KW (other than jute mills)

Mills

Ettra-Hith

225 paisa/KUh

- Without time-of-day meter - With time-of-day meter - Off-peak hours - Peak hours

- Tk 1.000 (triple

Jute

85 paisaalRh

Annual Charges: - Tk 250 per lP/year - Tk 1,000 (single phase) - Tk 3.000 (triple phase)

Ceremoniallremporary

Risth-Teusion.

60 paisa/KWh

above

50 KW

Tk 3,500

Tk 3,500

- Without time-of-day meter - With time-of-day meter - 0ff-peak hours - Peak hours per

170 paisa/KWh

100 paisa/KVAR 325 paisa/KVAH

month

145 paisa/KWh

Voltate

5 EVA or above (other than REB)

Tk 65 per XW per month

- Without time-of-day meter - Witb time-of-day meter - Off-peak hours

155 paisa/KVAH

90 paisa/KVAI

- Peak hours REB/Pallihidynt

Sanity

300 paisa/KVAH

Tk 50 per KW

78 paisa/KWh

per month Low and Mediun Voltage/High Voltage

Street *

Bulk

100 pains

/a

Lb

Supply

for

Light and Water PumpS

Not applicable

150 paisa/KWh

- 1 Taks

In addition, For hospitals.

Government Electricity Duty educational and charitable

of 5 paisa institutions,

per

IWh applies. and religious

establishments,

the

unit rate is 70 paisal/Khfor monthly consumption up to 1,000 units and 200 paisalfWh for monthly consumption over 1.000 units. vith a minimum charge of Tk 15 for single phase and 1k 90 for triple phase. Source:

Bangladesh

Pover

Development

Board.

-109Table

8.21

CONStJH?TIONOF TRADITIONAL ENEGY SOURCES. 1973/74

Fuel

Type

Cow Dung Lb Rice Husks Rice Straw Small Prunings,

Amount Used (106 at)

Total Energy (1012 koal)

6.1 4.1 3.0

17.0 12.2 9.1

/a

Z of Total Traditional EnerRy 25 24 18

Twigs

and Leaves

1.5

4.7

9

Jute Sticks Bagasse Bulk Fuelwood

1.0 1.5 0.5

3.0 2.8 1.6

6 5 4

Other Wastes

1.5

4.6

9

19.2

55.0

100

Total

La Ltb

Conversion factors are based

on Douglas

(1981)

and account for energy

expendedin driving off excess moisture in the combustionprocess. They are lower than those used by BES. Dry weight.

Source Bangladesh EnerRy Studys

Montreal

Engineering

Co.,

Ltd.

et

al.

1976.

8 22

Table

COMERCIALENERGYCOQIODITYBAIANCES FY183/34 (thousand

Crude Oil

Col

Primry Tmports

Production

265

LPG

1,004

Gasoline

metric tons except

as noted)

Petroleum Products Jet flul Kerosene Diesl

Nahtha

fuel 0iL

NonEnergy

Natural

ITal

J

Gas

l.CF)

-

84,797

52

39

270

90

-

451

-

-20Lj

-

-13

-20

-13

-154

4

-18 285

-54 212

-172 238

94

-244 972

-3 3

-3 1

-21 19

49 9

40 15

-23 1

46 44

48

-

34

304

473

191

59

48 -

-

34 -

10

-

-

-

-

11 344 118 -

183 8 -

-

-

-

294 -

-

-

59

-

-

-

-

_

_

-

-

-

-88

-

6

45

88

-7 37

-

7 -4

265

-

6

205 60 -

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

2 4 -

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Electricity (GWH)_ 897 -

Exports& Foreign Bunkers

(-)

-

Transformation and Los 8se

Thermal Power Generation Oil RefininzL/

Energy Sector Use & Losses Stock drowdowo

-

-

(-)L

Net sunlv/Demand

-

-1,034

-30, 364 -

3,069 -

-4,291

1,289

50,142

2,678

10,171

1,712

1,115

Demnd Industry Transportation

Agriculture Comrcial Residential Other Sectors Non-Energy Uses

/a

L Ld

-

-

-

-

-

194 434 128 2 298 59

2,345 5,796 -

31, 830Lj

Missionestimte. iorizontal H balancingitem. Vertical balancing item. Fertilizers.

Bourcest

Petrobangla,

Bangladesh

Petroleum

Corporation,Eastern

Refinery

Ltd.,

Bangladesh

Power Developmeot Board and Bangladesh

Bank.

53 251 520 141 -

Table 8.23

COOaUCIALXNXY h (tbousand

Cg Primry

Production

Imports Exports & Foreign Bunkers (-) Primr

Crude Oil -

177

-

1,057

-

-

AJCtX. FnS31S4

metric tone oil

equivelent)

Petroleum Produete Jet *uel *eroen D.iei R

Fuel Oil

NonXnerzv

!lctricitv Sotel

LPG

Gasoline

Naphtha

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

54

41

276

87

-

458

2,009 -

261 -

-

-

-94

-2Ij

-

-10

-21

-13

-159

-

-

-

Totel

Natural

-

GaO

2,290

1,692 -159 3. S36

&A8DD1T

Transformationand

Losses Thermal Power

Generation Oil Refining Energy Sector Use L Losses (-)Le Stock drawdovn Xet SUDDl,/Domad Demand Industry Transportation

Agriculture Commsrcial Residential

Othersectors Non-Inergy Uses

-55 216

-167 231

-

-241

94

991

-22 20

48

8

21 15

-23 1

11 44

317

463

165

63

1,139

1, .8D

639

3,343

11 351 120

178 8

-

189 445 130

241

536

1,103 485 147

7

48

4

-19

94

-7 39

-

-7 -4

-3 3

-3 1

177

-

7

51

-

35

137 40 -

-

-

-

-

-

51

-

35

-

-

-

-

10

-

2 4 -

-

-

-

-

-

306

-

-

-

-

-

63

-

-

-

-1,06S

-

-

-

-

-

--

297

-

2 310 63

-720 -

961 -

-102

-404

56 137 754Ld

-

17 79 163 44 -

Note: Metric ton of oil equivalentdefined as 10.0 sillion kcal or 39.66 million Btu. Electricityevaluatedat average thermal pover plant heat rate, 12,425 Btu/kVh, equivalentto 27.52 thermal efficiency. Fuel *quivalentsused are 1.0 toe - 1.50 metric tons coal, 0.95 metric tons crude oil, 0.92 wetric tons 1U0, 0.94 metric tone gasoline, 0.94 metric tons napbtba, 0.96 metric tons jet fuel, 0.96 metric tons kerosene, 0.98 metric tons diesel, 1.03 metric tone fuel oil, 0.96 metric tons non-energypetroleumproducts, 0.95 metric tons average petroleumproducts exports, and 42,200 ecf natural gas. La Lk Lu

Li.

mission estimate. Horizontal balancing item. Vertical balancing ites. Items and totals rertilisers.

Sources:

Petrobangla,

Dangladesb Petroleum

converted to oil

Corporation,

gastern

equivalents Refinery

separately Ltd.,

and way not add after

Bangladesh

Power Developmnt

rounding. Board and langladesh

Dank.

0 -97& -502 63

137 610 44

617

T ble 8 24 COK"33CIAL 5fBi!o IIN5JC!AL "LOWS, FY83/84

(illion

tak)

Petroleum Product

Coel Primary Production

Imports .5ports 6 Yoreign Bunkers t-)

Crd

OlLil110

gguj$u

Nfhtj

442

5,812

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-5,983 214

49 -

836 -70

511 16

-558

Jet Zl

h

fuel NonKerosene

giOg1

2LL

lnertv Toll

-

366

265

-1631L

-

1,737

420

-73

-122

-76

-992

-460 1,652 61

-984 1,259 82

705 -

-1,609 7,473 263

2,788

Natural Cal 1,095 -

sletrcidizt 136

-

ktel

-

1,231 9,061

-

-992

Pri-rw Sunnly3 Transformation and Loses

Thermal Pover Generation

Oil Refining Stockdrawdown

-

-

43 11

Distribution Hartin .L.

178

-43

5

213

31

133

Net Sugglv/Demand

620

-

54

979

-

390

480 140

15

979 -

-

390 -

-

-

-

-

-

31

-165 2,418 163

74 2,755

1,126

435

4,403 1,090

-349

3,567

-

-

-

-

0 1,4711k 478

-125

1,892

268

-699

3,204

504

9,815

1,014

3,004

14,453

-

366 -

3,806 4,494 1,208

197

1,820 117 715 309 43

Demand Industry Transportation

Agriculture Com-rcial Residential Other Sectors lon-Reergy Use

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

87 -

2,659

92 2,938 1,004

-

-

-

-

-

1,140 4,354 1,091 15

-

-

-

2,690

--

-

-

1,048 47

-

-

-

-

-

85

-

-

504

504

366fi.

-

815 3,196 43 870

Note: figuresohovnare actualewhereavailable,Estimated figuqesassume: coal is pricedat 2500Tk/toeCIF and 3500Tk/toeto consumirs,Crudeoil fromstocksand to refinerypricedat CIF price. Refineryoutputand petroleuu productstockdrawdownpricedat es-refinery prices. Imports evaluated at 24.95Tk/$ whereonly dollarfiguresavailable.Hydro-electricity pricedat 485 Tk/toe,the priceof naturalgas salesto bPDB, Naturalgas production pricedat officialwellheadpricesveighted77X electricity and fartiliuers and 23Zother, Petroleum productand naturalgas sales at officialprices,usingthem_teredrate for residential gas sales, Densities assumedas follows:gasoline285 imperial gallon (10)/toe; jet fuelend kerosene265 IC/toe; diesel 255 IG/toe; fueluil 240 IG/toe,Non-energy products pricedat 7500Tk/toeex-refinery and 8000Tk/toeto consumers exceptforexports,whereactualdate wereavailable.Electricity Sale; figuresare collectione by tariffcategory (Induotry, C, F, 0 and B; Agriculture B and 1; ComercialD and Si Residential Al, and "other"A2 nd J).

La missionestimate.

1k

Horizontal balancinS item. Verticalbalancing Vi item. Includesreturnon capital,operating costs,and energysectoruse sod loses. Itemsand totaleconverted fromoil equivalents separately and my not add afterrounding. Li Fertilizers. Sources:Petrobangla, Bangladesh Petroleum Corporation, EasternRefinery Ltd,,Bangladesh PoverDevelopment BoardandBangladesh Bank,

-113-

Table

9.1

CONSUMER PRICE INDEX FOR MIDDLE INCOMEFAMILIES IN DEAKA. 1964/65 (annual averages; 1973/74 - 100)

Food

Fuel and Lighting

(62.74)

(7.50)

(11.85)

1964/65 1965/66 1966/67 l967/68 1968/69

30.40 31.45 35.85 34.80 36.48

28.43 29.65 31.70 33.74 39.06

1969/170 1970/71 1971/72 1972/73 1973/74

37.74 39.12 46.12 69.60 100.00

1974/75 1975/76 1976/77 1977/78 1978/79 1979/80 1980/81 1981/82 1982/83 1983/84

Year (Weights)

-

1983/84

Miscellaneous

Overall Index

(6.20)

(11.71)

(100.00)

51.79 53.93 55.00 55.71 58.93

27.88 28.80 31.57 31.80 34.33

29.05 33.16 36.50 38.30 39.85

32.47 34.01 37.62 37.42 39.60

39.88 41.72 53.17 76.48 100.00

59.64 60.36 64.64 78.93 100.00

35.71 36.41 41.71 82.72 100.00

41.90 47.30 52.44 75.06 100.00

40.86 42.94 49.31 72.67 100.00

176.89 148.60 150.16 173.65 1 85.45

153.42 154.50 164.07 167.96 183.46

178.50 204.44 218.11 237.30 258.34

119.26 110.86 109.96 128.26 140.84

137.77 147.44 150.43 160.71 185.96

167.17 153.19 156.89 176.69 191.24

225.16 244.69 288.15 312.77 350.47

218.30 293.08 376.71 461.27 466.39

302.11 348.60 374.66 402.19 416.81

154.18 176.78 194.87 200.46 224.98

205.65 232.89 264.59 299.09 335.36

226.55 254.97 296.50 325.94 357.47

Clothing

Housing

Note: The cost-of-livingindex (base 1973/74

-

100) for middle-incomefamilies

(i.e., those with a monthly family income in 1973/74 of between Tk 300 and Tk 999) is based in the coverage of items and distribution of veights on the

resultsof the HouseholdExpenditureSurveyconductedby BBS in 1973/74. Source: BangladeshBureau of Statistics.

-114Table 9.2 CONSUMER PRICE INDEXFOR GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES IN DHAKA.1970/71 (Annual Averages; 1969/70 - 100)

Year

Food

(Weights) (52.57)

Fuel and Lishtint (5.38)

HousinQ (11.98)

Clothing (8.53)

Miscellaneous

-

1983/84

Overall Index

(21.54)

(100.00)

1970/71 1971/72 1972/73 1973/74 1974/75

104.83 122.03 184.73 263.48 469.55

104.71 133.45 191.75 249.56 358.67

101.46 108.66 132.06 160.65 268.22

101.69 161.50 231.75 355.33 413.42

122.25 124.30 178.54 236.67 344.57

105.39 121.52 181.51 252.48 407.58

1975/76 1976/77 1977/78 1978/79 1979/80

.334.58 366.67 431.21 466.24 549.72

370.07 391.04 401.01 436.74 500.28

405.82 476.40 563.68 656.44 774.78

380.00 386.98 "6.20 513.53 560.10

357.57 364.81 395.04 440.14 485.68

380.14 382.46 440.63 485.85 561.11

1980/81 1981/82 1982/83 1983/84

603.64 697.43 725.47 824.25

657.47 817.75 883.19 894.14

653.56 724.55 792.56 837.05

531.46 578.27 634.93 712.58

628.28 708.84 757.96 832.94

879.59 933.17 1,040.85 1,057.00

Note: The cost-of-living index for governmentemployeesin Dhaka (base 1969/70- 100) refers to non-gazettedgovernment employees with monthly salariesbetween Taka 100 and Taka 400 in 1969/70. The coverageof items and distributionof weights are based on the findings of the FamilyBudget Survey of 1955/56. Source; BangladeshBureau of Statistics.

-115Table

9.3

CONSUMER PRICE INDICES FOR INDUSTRIALWORZRS AT CHITTAGONG. KRULNAANDNARAYANGANJ. 1972/73 - 1983/84 (annual *verage&; 1969/70 - 100)

Cit',Year

Food

Housing

(69.77)

(10.38)

(9.35)

(10.50)

1972173 1973/74 1974175

185.58 246.59 489.49

325.49 417.38 417.84

192.26 277.70 379.89

195.54 243.84 366.80

202.02 267.05 461.66

1975/76 1976/77 1977178 1978179 1979/80

360.97 339.84 418.01 461.25 538.26

401.03 400.16 516.57 525.08 501.11

403.24 454.26 512.72 584.18 709.98

344.94 327.78 354.38 392.66 432.72

367.40 355.54 430.36 472.13 539.40

1980/81 1981/82 1982/83 1983184

563.12 646.36 679.33 801.25

574.83 687.01 766.32 929.86

783.94 897.52 1,023.79 944.60

501.56 533.67 553.73 606.47

578.55 662.25 707.56 807.03

1972/73 1973174 1974/75

168.56 238.38 426.60

207.48 382.04 4. .69

161.36 232.48 331.44

179.79 225.71 342.98

173.10 251.44 411.32

1975176 1976(77 1977/78 1978179 1979/80

340.36 330.72 384.05 421.66 497.31

388.66 3S5.93 454.22 466.66 472.24

348.29 410.74 477.40 575.28 613.16

346.42 343.11 351.18 388.64 419.23

346.52 341.08 396.59 437.20 497.63

1980/81 1981/82 1982/83 1983/84

524.81 617.30 640.63 712.87

535.06 582.48 626.05 736.45

720.40 781.28 734.74 781.90

467.51 511.76 526.05 562.34

538.16 617.88 635.88 706.01

197!1/73 1973/74 1974/75

187.32 260.55 483.25

323.25 488.81 544.14

210.00 268.09 354.51

204.20 273.45 402.80

205.29 286.30 469.06

1975/76 1976/77 1977/78 1978179 1979180

370.13 349.57 414.69 444.54 532.09

444.26 418.87 540.60 584.99 584.02

364.07 417.31 469.28 543.10 624.34

394.97 372.38 395.61 408.53 468.24

379.85 365.49 430.86 464.56 539.04

1980/81 1981/82 1982/83 1983/84

562.41 653.52 681.79 774.72

653.95 816.38 769.49 809.38

774.52 932.00 955.46 891.11

515.27 585.85 593.29 604.44

587.29 689.37 707.13 770.96

(Weights)

Ni.cellaneoue

Overall Index

Clothing

(100.00)

Chittatona

Ihulna

Source:

Bangladesh

Bureau of Statistics.

Table9.4 WHOLESALEPRICEINDICESOF AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS,1973/74- 1983/84 (1969/70- 100) Weights, in S of total 1973174 1974/75 197S/76 1976/77 1977/78 1978/79 1979/80 1980/81 1981/82 1982/83 1983184 Dhaka AAricultural Products Food Raw materials Fuel

67.87 41.08 25.94 0.85

232.92 264.53 178.76 357.65

379.89 460.54 248.54 490.59

326.27 341.29 298.23 455.47

375.14 403.96 333.42 385.98 439.40 434.62 430.59 337.65

463.89 499.12 535.83 605.80 442.38 548.14 561.27 635.22 499.38 422.23 494.72 557.13 412.94 476.76 561.18 *669.41

616.30 631.79 594.47 534.1.

751.76 742.62 763.97 797.74

Industrial Rroducts Fond Raw materials Fuel and lighting Manufactures

32.13 7.96 6.3d 6.16 11.63

256.36 447.43 241.33 466.46 207.99 518.18 214.77 283.44 315.22 482.45

400.03 434.42 360.19 397.56 399.66

407.69 440.80 415.83 432.29 413.64 520.22 399.68 404.87 403.10 422.10

442.58 565.91 594.09 652.60 469.60 517.63 567 08 590.45 439.18 581.24 503.29 517.24 410.88 543.67 621.92 769.80 442.73 602.32 647.64 707.31

728.01 611.15 587.54 960.47 762.02

780.95 780.28 683.87 756.42 733.85

100.00

240.45 401.59

)49.LZ 385.60 415.80

40 t .698 520.58 554.55 620.84

652.20 760.96

Agricultural products Fnod Raw materials Fuel

67.8? 41.08 25.94 0.85

236.92 380.23 237.36 440.24 222.74 286.85 295.29 329.61

355.31 364.36 339,51 400.00

360.54 418.03 336.83 399.66 399.42 449.11 319.99 367.06

476.60 512.28 541.20 622.47 463.78 558.34 576.63 682.59 499.27 433.17 485.43 528.10 404.71 518.92 531.76 596.47

644.23 674.76 593.68 711.76

Industrial products Food Raw raterialc Fuel and lighting Manufactures

32.13 7.96 6.38 6.16 11.63

337.16 277.04 493.42 228.90 287.36

431.62 480.30 516.3C 355.19 417.11

412.48 503.80 400.16 400.16 389.25

All oroducts Chittatont

All products

472.92 656.79 517.49 275.81 460.96

440.40 457.73 496.87 504.52 522.88 418.65 400.81 , 465.42 403.10 443.08

537.96 595.87 475.55 577.27 542.51

760.26 776.09 738.97 642.35

603.67 667.01 760.91 806.56 596.10 633.54 676.00 841.83 526.80 523.35 599.37 704.70 642.86 809.091,017.051,067.33 630.18 693.46 771.97 709.37

100.00

257.19 410.01

379.83 377.23 425.22

470.54

Anricultural Products Food Rev materials Fuel

67 S7 41.08 25.94 0.85

228.41 370.30 243.72 421.08 203.62 289.36 244.70 385.88

339.96 342.73 332.88 421.18

347.75 396.58 323.36 376.90 384.58 427.49 402.35 403.53

444.94 481.41 429.67 527.78 468.50 406.67 463.53 520.00

508.93 580.79 545.40 623.95 449.42 508.48 531.76 701.18

596.20 633.35 533.96 689.41

726.93 725.02 729.51 770.79

Industrial products Food Rav materials Fuel and lighting Hanufactures

32.13 7.96 6,38 6.16 11.63

29424 458.54 262.58 531.28 368.03 515.67 226.14 292.53 311.52 466.47

400.6h 421.11 408.93 356.52 405.50

391.53 431.59 412.69 440.73 397.18 511.13 352.44 362.18 394.84 418.40

449.36 480.40 414.42 445.45 449.36

543.95 516.59 515.67 548.86 575.75

603.02 667.44 562.94 594.72 529.78 513.79 661.04 834.90 644.63 712.21

740.83 627.76 582.44 993.02 771.37

788.23 779.10 697.18 978.30 744.50

100.00

249.56 398.78

359.47 361.82 407.82

446.36

501.51 540.99 608.63

642.67

746.86

519.00 561.27 636.78

681.73 774.87

Banzladesh

All products AnnualIncrease(Z)

...

19.8

59.8

-9.9

0.7

12.7

9.5

12.4

7.9

12.5

not applicable. Note: The vholesaleprice indices(base 1969/70* 100) are preparedfor six urban centersin Bangladesh(Dhaka,Chittagong, Khulna,Raj3hahi,Sylhetand Rangpur)and cover44 individual items. Weights are assignedin proportionto the gross value of productionfor each item in the base year 1969/70. The national index represents the unveightedaverage of the indicesfor the six urban centers. Source: BangladeabBureauof Statistics.

5.6

16.2

(in aa Unit &ia~1SeaciIication Rice, (boiled) medium Mu:(uskd vholIe) Bohu (iab, lerae(cut pic. Beef (superiorquali,tXeefi)Ster Chicken(largehen, liveweight)

[~jj/j~

~~~~Ka-ind 46.10 Seer er3.61 Seer Eggs(chicken)

2.64 3.4

45.40 2.0) 3.46 2.65 3105

5.03

W~11A h2Yll

I~A9/ij hiD/Il. LflJJI1 [full 49.30 5.25 3.98 2.59 1.59

971.0 1.62 4.19 3.27 4,49

89.20 2.41 2.12 5.13 6.97

120.40 244.40 4,09 4,79 9.62 11.72 8.02 20.85 8.15 i0:02

Ulflhi

I-iD. IIIDIJI 59!JIM hilDim)1W/IA 1-31)1115-fl-ViA 5l1.111 L91

153.90 133,14 163.3l 5.91 4.92 6,2) 13.86 26.06 21.90 25.42 55.38 13,30 12.10 53.19 15.20

164.74 248.14 214.23 212,40 290.40 313.60 2,53 6.29 10.49 10,41 11,27 11.22 22.13 25.92 21,95 30.37 32S,8 36.91 51.56 18.49 20.84 23.34 22.70 23.10 IS.M 19.16 21.81 21.11 24,90 30.09 4.82 .82S.6 9.62~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 44,50 . 0 44,99 59 .. 3.61

..

..

..

..

..

,.

Potato (Deai nainhtal; sedium) Mutstrdoil, local (firstquality) Salt, finewtiite Chillies,dry (averagequality) Onions (fairaveragequality)

Seer Seer Beer Seer SBert

0.13 3.76 0.34 3.82 5.00

0.69 4.49 0.12 3.60 0.13

0.14 5.26 0.10 3.29 0.89

0.95 6.81 0.41 9.23 0.78

1.22 12.19 0.39 3.28 0.93

2.01 15.02 0.45 20.32 2.30

2.62 31.11 3.83 46.66 2.S1

2.13 22.24 5.':? 22.96 2.12

2,97 51.91 2,91 26.42 2.9

2.38 24.30 2.62 29.0? 5.01

3,48 24,25 2.33 26.90 2.40

2.11 21.87 1.23 21,99 4.88

3.40 32,01 5.33 30,90 4.2)

29.46 2.42 30.23 9.21

2,58 29.04 2.27 26.39 6.24

39.39 2.25 34.82 9.35

milk (cow, fresh) Ghee (cow, best quality) Sugar,white (controlledp.rice) Cur, eane (boa.e) Banana(Sabri;sedium sixe) Coconut,dry (medium size)

Seru Seer Seer Boer 4 Piece

0.89

0.94

0.91

2.01

1.52

2,13

3.59

4.32

4,45

4.33

4.85

5.11 2.50 0.46 0.49

2.12 5.53 0.92 0.93

2.12 5.40 0.98 0,67

6.02 58 Il.il 8.62 3.36 4.44

1,09 62 52.00 2.38 1.92 3,92

7,06 79 52,00 1,12 1.40 4.32

7.42 42 22.00 9272 3.83 5.50

Firewood(Ocan,tisplit) Katches (bo.. of 40) Kerosene,'shitr(22 ounces) Sari (mill; 50& a 10., mediumquality) t,onmctoth (mediumquality)

Kaund 4.34 Box 0.06 Bottle 0.35 5-yard1.iece 22.42 T&W4 5.83

4.43 0,06 0,33 23.34 2,27

31,72 0,30 4.93 02.92 14,43

33,98 0.40 6.31 60,66 11.20

39.24 0.40 6.33 14.94

PaperF(footacap, white; 20 lb. Betel leaf (Pan;sedium) Setelnut Molnti whole) Tobacco(Motihari) Cigarettes(sciasors;packof 50)

Quire BirchLa Beer Seer Pack

0,72 0.23 52.75 7.41 0.40

91.99 6.12 30.68 24,89 3,10

6.27 8.52 36,57

..

..

0.11 0.8a 9.44 9.30 0.37

.

.

.

,

2.13 2.71 0.62 0.13

2.23 3.53 5.09 1.13

M.g 0.07 0.42 59.09 2,26

9.52 0.50 0.83 41.67 4.52

2.54 0,50 2.09 90.22 25.09

0.29 0.87 20.53 1.08 0.42

5.08 1.95 8.88 21.62 0.66

2,24 2.90 13.30 20.21 1.53

..

5.82 2.25 2.86 2.82

6.40 1.25 2.05 2,81

6.50 5,12 1.84 2,92

6.50 5.85 2.12 2.93

6,50 6951 2.39 3.22

5.35 45 7.92 9.59 3,04 4,10

21.39 0,22 1,35 36.09 25.63

24.74 0.22 2,79 39.92 11.29

25.97 0,19 2,l& 39.40 9.08

21.00 0.22 1,90 39.52 8.45

28.00 0,19 5.88 49.92 20.89

25.23 0,29 2.30 50.90 11.31

21.59 0.27 2.62 99,32 51.53

29,62 0.27 3.15 69,04 12.94

2.63 5.22 25.23 20.06 2.14

2.25 2.15 30.99 28.60 1.12

2.55 1.82 25.93 36.04 2.94

2.33 3.20 20.23 43/8 5.99

2,62 3.44 26.15 25.96 2.02

2.82 4.36 34.92 29,16 2.05

3.49 5.18 34.65 26,65 2.57

4.79 9.20 4.62 6.05 16.42 36.56 30.02 58.39 2.60) 2.82

.

4.003.15 5.44 2,89

.

.

..

not available. IA I Birch* 80 leav&s.

HajI:

All priceashown representaimplearithmeticavera&GeOf weeklyaveragepricesduritigthe fiscalyear in up to seven urbanarea.

Source: lBrnglad.ah Bureauof Statistics.

3.30

.

3.74

17.38

33,07 3.88

AMUL ACJa

In

25w/hodsellrtlOO

Kiour Iboari

Iff7l70

mud mmmd

Vototes.

local

(boet quality)

IIOL

Tableabs)

iL POICIS Or 0IRLCTOD COOUKtSM,

AmUk

U

U

J121U

36.71 2J.53

42.13 23.17

51.44 34.10

23.19 2s .39

25.14

33.24

83.11 4S.l 4.3

130.45 17.92

216.2t 25.65

iL131A

D nIoF KA lJOt

i7 112*111 Uk

utillN CIMtU.

1

159/970

2*

- 1983/14

3127111 1122sl1

145.:2 362.61 l03.2l 349.31 O 96.3

209.13 130.05

312.11 33.21

454.41 53.19

545.31 52.25

40S.65

513.49 1 045.11

113.51 0.54

224.02 IJ9.773 325

155.61 J25.5 .59

1i7u0 3299.1 1353,7 93.46

1An01ulolIZ 35 .05 455.14 251.62 230.90 12.26 103

loa0 fish (large cot pieces) Cbichesea". fresh

maed I00

113.73 14.39

120.53 1S.00

Chill3ea,

mamd

116.10

321,42

316.36 l

23.09

38.26.

369.69

133.04

108.58

206.11

454.30

414.17 995 35

Tunr1c

dry (superlor

quolity)

(Saldi, lost quality)

mmod

local (best quality)

351.61

4113 4 40.99 1,512.93

330.30

265.97

311,94

597.00 S0.17 571.e6

140.60 72.17 557.64 767.b5

63S.34 31.14 311.12

508.36

*-1. 91.20 3,050.71

"miaed mood mamd 35 Mo..

364.13

101.06

254.15

411.42

346.62 239.32 44.33

431.16 245.50 6.726

469.49 341.59 133.36

635.13 500.55 146.35

550.42 15781 713.05 740.94 61 69404 I!3.J0 651.00 1,092.0J 954.90 1,549.00 1,430.13 1,527,52 1,575.25 2,260,47 2,191,33 * $65.43 3,292.2 135.63 6 1 971.44 995.9 3 152.671 3,6.24 275.69 543.32 323.94 290.20 152.37 471.94 402.54 371.06

Tobacco losf (Kotiri, eup. quality) StoIlnut("aatie, bIhole,dry, cmp. qmality) Setel leaf(ndium . so)

mood m id 6,400

232.24 454.17 44.05

169.40 338.51 50.94

354.74 293.99 94.74

443.72 477.41 163.92

Sal.at 541.73 1. 0,.32 710.04 949.96 753.14 335.31 173.93 235.50

Vicewood, CaserL Kerosene, vbite Cigrottco (MCpetsca) Hatebs (box of 40)

300 IWmdo 4 gallos 250 gross

340.49 9.132 22.38 6.49

400.94 .11.60 24.64 7 31

414.66 35.52 32.33 12.10

449.45 23.53 113.24 10.64

943.54 1,344.421,316.30 3,501.11 3,523.003,966.942,1*22 26.19 39.31 46.95 39.93 49.S9 *'3.57 53.93 73,08 60.38 11.33 83.34 64,f5 6).44 22.44 31.40 20.73 23.59 2,790 31.74 27.b0

roae dosen dose. 40 lards

13.07 350.90 71.74 52.53

14.49 350.55 71.35 9U.96

17.31 211.17 45.59 116.U5

21.61 32.42 321.6] 351.96 135.78 323.64 300.16 413.35

mutard

.al,

b.e (cow) Cocomt all, *. 6tabel

imoured (sup. qualityp) I Me vi2n-

Vaper, 10 lbe.foolccap Cycle tyre, Impeled (Maser Cyc3otabooI(Douhl) Lemaclotb (medilo quality)

serwices)

66.60 434.15 222.917 445.15

46.98 44.740 22,20 327.99

1.2113*1 712.66 194.U

46.37 475,64 222.42 310.67

not available. ftaL

A1l prices

Sources,slaad.es

cbon,reprooeat simpleofiftic Bureau of statistics.

&yorapa# of inklyj overagepricesduring tCh [lsocl

yearfor tbe urban ceotero covered.

*,1'2'7' .. 987.6,

4.617 50.42 2.317 450.95 449.79 451.96 316.03 259.99 2486.5 3178.4 433.62 396,06

*5,52 26.90

400.63 213.48 i

011 2

A 419.42 301.09 133.99

.36 109.00 123.35 512.70 3,352l04 554,0 I 315)5.54 13004.49 I

3,0-292 '"3,329.90 117.41 3,004.50 1,465.57 193.32 452.5 549.02

146.17 725U04 755.26 910.15 639.067 908.91 13IS1.49 11,93.431,224.491,200.59 205.99 279.71 332.04 291.38 395.61 ..

)

1u

..

305.36 34.36

14.55 9713is 478.49

94. e 1,325.5 443,15

,035.56 3,906.09 140.25 135.72 325.72 232.30 43.09 31.75

90.11 95. A 109.54 114.79 763.9 734.65 3,340.63 3,410.35 245".24 342,2 2.93 2 °1.03 **. 54.24

Table 9.7 WEIGITEDAVERAGE WHOLESALEPRICES OF ALL VARIETIESOF CO RSE RICE. (Taka per maund)

-972173 1983/84

1972/73 1973/74 1974/75 1975176 1976/77 1977/78 1978/79 1979/80 1980/81 1981/82

1982/83 1983/84-

July August September October November December

60.85 71.68 72.55 71.33 67.18 63.14

84.73 83.24 86.19 90.39 85.16 81.76

138.00 169.72 208.67 256.33 213.46 186.47

197.13 159.78 152.50 130.18 104.91 105.83

104.77 104.31 105.67 110.25 106.99 98.05

150.24 142.27 145.00 145.14 128.90 125.44

130.00 129.35 139.42 139.41 137.35 132.19

232.69 224.80 220.30 203.91 193.66 182.44

166.20 161.18 162.15 162.25 159.51 155.86

176.46 172.69 181.00 205.48 207.72 205.00

224.10 227.00 261.40 265.00 236.40 218.37

236.10 233.00 257.60 260.00 241.00 246.90

January February March April May June

69.41 74.89 81.96 91.38 91.49 87.35

87.73 97.08 114.20 131.37 129.74 134.12

211.79 239.00 261.23 235.26 201.59 192.82

113.04 112.84 107.47 104.08 104.87 101.41

100.65 111.08 118.14 129.91 128.70 139.09

133.32 133.25 142.56 146.73 137.45 131.23

139.2.8 144.79 159.27 176.21 183.22 216.79

194.33 196.45 196.58 203.75 190.35 177.67

16!..33 170.70 179.09 190.33 180.76 171.96

218.85 257.70 272.10 291.70 234.00 222.10

238.00 239.00 248.00 248.00 234.00 236.00

265.00 264.00 280.00 287.00 283.00 286.00

Annual Average

75.27

100.46

209.53

124.50

113.13

138.46

152.27

201.41

168.44

220.40

239,bl

261.63

Source: Ministryof Agriculture,Directorateof AgriculturalMarketing.

1

'P

Table 9.8 WEIGHTEDAVERAGEWHOLESALEPRICES OF WHEAT, 1293174- 1983/84 (Takaper maund) 1273174 1974/75 1975/76 1976/77 1977/78 1978/79 1979/80 128.Q81 1981/82 1982/83 1983184 July August September October November December January February March April May June Annual AveraRe

,.

93.66 122.13 160.64 207.39 126.78 95.29

143.67 111.50 85.21 72.39 58.73 55.63

72.69 75.00 75.63 75.48 72.41 73.53

111.69 97.88 85.65 99.07 93.23 80.21

85.99 85.78 94.63 97.28 96.29 87.27

165.70 149.15 135.16 126.20 106.80 101.30

109.00 108.30 113.00 113.00 112.02 109.90

108.35 110,08 117.92 123.16 122.08 126.00

157.00 166.00 192.00 172.00 159.00 158.93

156.00 165.00 182.00 183.00 168.00 167.00

50.85 60.18 80.85 90.33 95.67 97.30

145.00 160.40 158.80 148.66 137.80 133.95

67.13 73.56 60.32 59.12 65.98 67.69

75.34 74.87 76.08 81.20 92.48 104.06

93.13 91.99 89.10 84.50 84.42 87.05

86.91 82.79 84.81 85.44 93.07 116.34

116.88 129.34 116.56 111.27 113.00 110.80

114.18 118.00 105.84 105.77 108.76 107.73

133.54 160.00 158.00 156.00 157.00 149.00

176.00 171.00 150.00 141.00 153.00 152.00

188.00 186.00 151.00 150.00 151.00 153.00

79.20

140.88

Z6,74

79.0

91.49

91.38

116.31

110.46

135.09

162.33

166.67

Z2jA

IL~~. 4.

..

,. ,. .. ..

ual Averase

.3

.

- not available. Source: Ministryof Agriculture,Directorateof Agricultural.Harketing.

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Table 9.9 INDEX OF BUILDING CONSTRUCTIONCOSTS. 1970171 (annual averages; 1969170 - 100) Building Materials

YT r

Transport Charges

- 1983/84

Wage Rates

Overall Index

Annual Growth Rate (Z)

1970171 1971172 1972173 1973174 1974175

111 121 173 293 536

121 154 209 289 415

101 104 141 201 245

109 118 168 261 465

9.0 8.3 42.4 55.4 78.2

1975176 1976177 1077178 1978179 1979180

613 538 543 549 642

466 463 529 469 551

275 277 298 369 449

532 474 485 509 617

14.4 -10.9 2.3 4.9 21.2

1980181 1981182

797 925 922 913

552 629 635 723

540 659 623 635

724 847 831 833

17.3 17.0 -1.9 0.2

1982183 1983184

Note:

The National Index is a simple average of construction cost indices computed for Dhaka, Chittagong and thulna. The weights for Dhaks are: 68.10% Building materials Transport costs 3.122 28.78% Wage rates

Source: Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics.

Tabla 9.1 DAILY WAGES OF AGRICULTURAL LABOR (WITHOUT FOOD) BY DISTRICT. 1970171 - 1963/84 (Taka per day) Diviuion/District

kaishahi Dinajpur Rangpur

Dogra Rajihahi Pabas

[hulJu Iushtia Jessore Ihulna Barieal Patuakhali

Dhaka JaualpurLa Hymensingh Lk (HymensiLgh) /c (Kishoreganj)/i Tangail Dhaka Faridpur

ChittatoQ Bylbet Comilla Noakhali Chittagong Chittagong Hill Tracts Countrv Averase

La Lk

L

1970/71 1971/72 1972173 1973/74 1974/75 197I/76 2.84 3.18 2.64 2.71 3.12 2.54

3.21 3.92 2.64 3.17 3.25 3.08

4.26 4.35 4,10 4.06 4.13 4.67

2.78

LO0 2.33 2.86 2.87 2.95 4.11

2.26 2.97 2.30 2.94 3.41

j.L2

L57 5.62 6.18 5.33 5.61 5.81

7.3 7.89 6.79 6.83 7.88 7.55

3.94

6I

Lb48 84

3.18 3.17 3.29 4.41 5.64

4.83 4.91 5.40 8.52 6.82

4.99ld

1976/77 1977/78 1978/79 1979/80 1980/81 1981/82 1982/83 1983184

8i. 8.30 7.35 7.92 8.08 8.63

7Aa. 8.00 7.54 8.42 7.29 7.91

7.42 6.92 7.09 10.83 9.75

7,32 7.50 8.55 10,20 8.81

8.00 7.67 7.50 10.08 9.92

8.84 9.00 9.09 10.00 9.59

6.76

9.02

7.LU

8.27

9.17

16.35 (6.87) (5.82) 6.60 8.92 5.58

18.64 (8.43) (8.86) 8.21 11.74 7.85

17.63 (8.09) (7.16) 7.27 9.29 7.27

18.09 18.92 111.08 )11.08 )11.87 )14.17 )14.71 )18.75 (8.50) (10.00) (11.83) (12.50) (12.50) (13.50) (15.00) ( (7.67) C 7.84) (10.33) (10.67) (11.33) (14.83) (14.42) t ) 6.71 8.00 9.58 11.67 14.50 15.00 15.00 21.33 9.29 10.00 10.92 13.83 16.25 21.25 23,50 24.75 9.17 10.00 11.42 12.50 12.58 14.08 15.00 15.75

7LU 8.00 7.50 8.42 8.00 7.67

63

) )2.98 (2.97) (3.00) 2.83 3.71 2.60

32L IA )3.13 (3.19) (3.07) 3.20 3.56 3.21

3.87

4.02 L81

5LK6

114

10.92

IO.5L

U11

3.88 3.26 3.94 4.38 3.88

4.59 3.28 3.74 4.50 4.00

6.47 4.82 5.70 6.23 5.17

8.86 6.51 8.50 8.77 8.27

11.52 10.14 12.38 12.08 10.86

11.55 9.42 11.27 11.07 11.29

10.29 8.96 9.33 12.27 13.42

11.17 8.67 10.25 12.84 12.84

3.13

3.3

4.72

JAI

9.05

S.8

8.9

9.3

15.26 (5.15) (5.37) 4.75 5.63 4.06

9,78

10.00 9.58 9.58 9.17 10.58

LA

110 10.83 10.17 10.00 13.00 10.17

L2 1 8

14

15.70

10.50 14.80 10.00 14.00 11.83

11,83 15.17 12,08 15.67 14,67

14.00 14.33 15.00 14.92 15.83

14,33 16,83 15,00 14.42 17.92

11.17 12.50 15.00 15,42 13.75

10,92 12.92 15.17 15,83 14.83

11.58 13.58 15.58 16,00 16.92

[LU

IL9.30

9.50 9.67 10.00 11,33 9.33

11.50 10,33 13.75 13.83 11.33

10.

1ii5

A

"2.U 12.42 12.42 11.75 13.00 14.50

15,23

164

1LU8

22.0

2I4

15.00 14.75 16.42 13.75 16.67

15,00 15,00 16.42 18.50 17.25

15.42 17.08 19.42 20.25 20,83

20.00 18.75 22.75 24.25 24.75

23.92 25.42 24.75 21.25 29.58

1

12.46

LAL.L

15.38

17.0

Jaealpur was a subdivieionof Hymensingh until Deeember 26, 1978. Including Jamalpur fro- 1967/68 through 1981/82. TInsome presentationeof agricultural statistics, data for Hymensingh ditrict are shown separately for lishoreganjsubdivision and for the rest of Hymensingh district; in this table, Jamalpur is Lncluded in Mymensingh agricultural distrLct from 1967/68 through 19.81/82.

Note: All district, division and country averages are unveighted averages of the vage rates in the respective constituentadminLitrativeunits. Source: Bangladesb Bureau of Statistics.

18,67 16,58 15.58 19.00 22.00

19.8

Table 9.11 GROWERS' PRICES FOR RAW JUTE. 1972/73 - 1984/85 (Taka per maund)

1972173 1973/174 1974/75 1975/76 1976177 1977178 1978/79 1979/60 1980/81 1981/82 192113

1983/84 1984/85

July August September October November December

50.47 49.73 48.25 50.94 52.48 54.29

50.94 52.44 51.70 52.54 52.64 52.90

66.17 67.39 85.76 107.48 127.62 106.80

88.90 87.78 90.51 88.24 87.02 90.23

93.55 93.38 93.77 95.68 103.35 109.69

129.92 123.68 123.45 123.27 125.29 147.82

132.14 137.12 144.16 140.33 149.98 156.90

131.74 106.47 115.90 118.01 116.75 114.08

87.20 79.06 95.40 110.42 125.18 120.53

112.16 119.63 124.80 137.12 135.82 144.80

130.75 138.81 141.71 139.39 132.55 147.45

182.91 189.84 201,24 2:d.58 260.09 273.50

379.11 437,33 455.43 542.25 576.22 608.19

January February March April Hay June

54.52 55.10 55.33 56.37 55.72 55.77

53.64 54.80 53.31 57.62 61.12 67.32

94.09 83.06 81.77 80,52 83.31 87.32

96.39 101.00 103.70 103.85 105.81 101.16

118,16 126,21 130.22 131.43 135.64 133.83

179.14 185.37 186.00 191.25 189.00 185.00

151.60 143.02 125.81 118.31 123.00 139.51

114.94 114.79 108.84 102.11 110.70 120.76

116.78 118.57 118.71 116.33 117.19 127.65

146.81 146.62 144.62 146.00 146.65 137.34

159.49 165.11 168.05 159.53 172.11 168.52

277.42 287.12 284.33 282.85 283.94 282.70

638.70 607.23

Annual Averafe

52.58

23L.-I

86.08

89.84

190.01

140.00

141.65

114.47

101,86

136, 6

Notes: - Prices shown are combined weighted averages for white and tossa jute paid in the primary markets. - Growers' prices usually refer to non-standardmaunds of 42 seers instead of the standard 40 seers. Source: Bangladesh Jute Export Corporation.

15.1.8 217.35

Tab le 9 .12

AVERAGE WACG BATHINDICESBY BECTOES(SUMMARY). 1963/64 - 1983/84 (1969/70 * 100)

TeAr.. 1963/64 1964/65 1965/66 1966/67 1967/68

Nompial Indices General Manufaeturial Construction ARirculture

flsheWries

COL lndex of Industrial Workers

83.54 87.87 88.12 94.32 94.61

78.68 82.42 83.52 88.83 88.62

95.00 104.01 100.42 100.38 99.80

84.39 86.67 83.95 98.49 98.53

80.94 83.83 89.20 95,08 97.47

76.74 81.03 82.45 90,88 92.84

1968/69 1969/70 1970/71 1971/72 1972/73

97.99 100.00 105.30 106.50 130.74

92.45 100.00 107.28 109.56 134.39

104.76 100.00 102.05 108.37 132.26

97.34 100.00 105.10 99.72 128.78

102.95 100.00 104.82 105.30 123.89

96.17 100.00 103.98 108.12 198.46

1973/74 1974/75 1975/76 1976/77 1977/78

173.07 221.31 243.97 252.07 279.81

161.23 192.37 204.90 222.39 251.30

201.10 263.68 305.31 310.75 333.89

185.61 261.40 279.17 267.74 311.63

156.18 196.74 225.56 237.04 250.95

1978/79 1979/80 1980/81 1981/82 1982/83 1983/84

346.25 432.90 492.09 566.16 598.11 684.08

318.01 389.04 452.27 515.25 558.02 720.83

413.84 491.69 544.60 616.30 677.20 754.67

370.63 443.31 482.01 566.88 558.35 572.50

311.01 451.43 529.28 617.15 638.93 654.33

,,

^

Rural COL Wa 71.80 ,,

Real Indices /a l&AfacturLog nnnral ConctjMq;jJn Aerislelture 108.86 108,44 106.88 103,79 101 91

102.53 101,72 101.30 97.74 95.45

123.79 128,36 121.80 110.45 107.50

100.00 105.48 124.32 184.46

101,89 100.00) 101.27 98.50 65.88

96,13 100.00 103.17 101.33 70.21

268.03 447.60 364.60 354.03 419.27

259.91 438.37 381.60 374.13 434.38

64.57 49.44 66.91 71.20 66.74

457.55 525.68 568.10 616.15 683.56 761,33

472.69 548.71 617.70 696.61 740.08 830.59

75.74 82.45 86.62 86.35 87.50 89,85

.,

92.31 .. .

manufacturing and construction wage indices are deflated by the COL index for industrial while the agriculture and fisheries wage indices are deflated by the rural COL index.

Source:

Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics.

112,73

..

106.70

103.01

108.93 100.00 98.14 100.23 69.06

100.00 99.64 80.22 69.82

100.00 99,38 84.71 67.17

60.95 43.67 56.71 63,02 59.94

76.18 60.08 84.78 88,50 76.64

71.42 61.03 73,16 71,57 71.75

60.10 44.88 59.11 63.38 57.78

69.56 74.10 79.61 78.56 81.63 94.68

90.46 93,63 95.86 43.98 99.07 99.13

78.37 80,80 78,04 81.38 81.68 68.93

65,80 82.28 85.69 88.59 93,47 78.78

not available.

LA The general,

117,54

iiherizl

workers,

Table9.13 BY THE FAO. 1963/64- 1980/81 DIETARYPATTERNAS flCOMOENDID MINIMUM COSTOF A NORHATIVE Ouncesper Caloriesper Person/day aerson/dav

Food Item

1963/64 1966/67

DaillCost (Taka) 1973174 1975/76 19Z6177 197-8L79 1980/81

0.30 0.02

0.45 0.03

1.16 0.04

1.48 0.06

1.28 0.07

1,78 0.09

2.07 0.11

258

0.08

0.08

0.33

0.48

0.36

0.56

0.83

1.2

138

0.03

3.04

0.14

U.27

0.21

0.24

0.31

3.5 1.3 0.9

66 41 33

0.09 0.10 0.07

0.10 0.09 0.06

0.22 0.31 0.28

0.46 0.44 0.39

0.47 0.44 0.46

0.52 0.69 0.62

0.64 0.82 0.76

13.6

291

0.31

0.29

0.83

1.12

0.81

1.44

1.41

Oils & fate

0.6

143

0.15

0.09

0.25

0.36

0.31

0.44

0.57

Total

...

2.332

.1

1.4 2

Cost Index(1973/74- 100)

...

...

Rice LA Wheat/b

12.7 1.3

1,238 124

Pulses

2.6

Cur & sugar /£ Hilk Heat /d Fish & eggs Yruits & vegetables

/e

32

35

6.36 100

142

124

179

cost. /a Pricefor mediumqualityrice is uced in calculating Lb Rice/wheatmix is basedon totalannualactualavailabilityin Bangladesh. L Priceof gur is used in calculatingcost. cost. £4 Priceof beef is used in calculating Lu Priceof potatoesis used in calculatingco3t. N.o:

itemsare basedon nationalaverageretailpricecfor theseitems. The cost estimatesfor individual

andmissionestimates. Bureauof Statistics; Source: Bangladesh

211

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Table

9.14

CONSUMERPRICE INDEX OF RURALPOPULATION: SELECTEIDDISTRICTS (1973/74 - 100)

Year

Dhaka

1973-74 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84

100 168 204 218 261 282 308

/a First

la

8 months

Chittagong 100 159 195 217 265 286 333

Rajahahi 100 177 208 219 267 274 287

Rhulua

Sylhet

Rangpur

100 175 220 224 275 290 321

100 175 190 203 250 276 295

100 155 190 204 252 260 285

Bangladesh (Rural) 100 168 201 214 262 278 305

of 1983-84.

Note: Weight patterns as established by 1973174 household expenditure survey

Food

Fuel and Lighting

Housing and Household Requisites

Clothing and Footwear

Misc.

5.63 7.21 3.71 1.93 2.83

5.17 3.90 4.18 5.04 1.92

8.91 10.77 4.28 6.07 7.68

Dhaka Chittagong REajshahi Kbulna Sylhet

72.21 70.60 79.37 77.31 80.61

8.08 7.52 8.46 9.65 9.96

Rangpur

81.29

8.11

1.22

2r22

7.16

8.10

4.80

5.30

6.90

Bangladesh (Rural) 74.70 Source:

Monthly

Statistical

Bulletin

of Bangladesh,

BBS.

Table 9,15 AVERAGEDAILY NOHIKALWAGERATES OF UNSKILLEDAGRICULTSUL L2OR (WITHOUTFOOD) BY DISTRICT. 1973/74 (Taka per day) Division/District

1973/74

1974/75

1975/76

Raishaii Dina3pur Rangpur Bogra Rajshahi Pabna

5.62 6.18 5.33 5.61 5.81

7.89 6.79 6.83 7.88 7.55

8.30 7.35 7.92 8.08 8.63

Rhulna Ku8htia Jessore Rhulna Barisal Patuakhali

4.83 4.91 5.40 8.52 6.82

7.42 6.92 7.09 10.83 9.75

7.32 7.50 8.55 10.20 8.81

Hymensingh

6.87

8.43

8.09

Tangail

6.60

8.21

7.27

Dhaka Faridpur

8.92 5.58

11.74 7.85

9.29 7.27

ChittaRong sylbet Comilla Noakhali Chittagong Chittagong H.T.

8.86 6.51 8.50 8.77 8.27

11.52 10.14 12.38 12.08 10.86

CougtryAverage

6.69

9805

1976/77

1977/78

- 1983/84

1978/79

1979/80

1980/81

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10.00 9.58 9.58 9.17 10.58

10.83 10.17 10.00 13.00 10.17

10.50 14.08 10.00 15.50 11.83

11.83 15.17 12.08 15.67 14.67

14.00 14.33 15.00 14.92 15.83

14.75 15.75 15.00 14.25 18,13

11.58 13.58 15.58 16.00 16.92

17.38 16.38 16.25 18.50 20.50

1983/84La

8.00 7.54 8.42 7.29 7.91

8.00 7.50 8.42 8.00 7.67

8.00 7.67 7.50 10.03 9.92

8.84 9.00 9.09 10.00 9.59

9.50 9.67 10.00 11.33 9.33

11.50 10.33 13.75 13.83 11.33

11.17 12.50 15.00 15.42 13.75

12.12 12.92 15.17 15.83 14.83

8.50

10.00

11.83

12.50

12.50

13.50

15.00

18.13

6.71

8.00

9.58

11.67

14.50

15.00

15.00

19.75

9.29 9.17

10.00 10.00

10.92 11.42

13.83 12.50

16.5 13.08

21.25 14.08

23.50 15.00

24.63 15.15

11.55 9.42 11.27 11.07 11.29

10.29 8.96 9.33 12.27 13.42

11.17 8.67 10.25 12.84 12.84

12.42 12.42 11.75 13.00 14.50

15.00 14.75 16.42 13.75 16.67

15.00 15.00 16.42 18.50 17.25

15.42 17.50 18.17 20.25 20.80

20.00 18.75 22.75 24.25 24.75

22.13 24.38 24.00 21.88 29.38

8.82

8.93

9.44

10.88

12.46

13.98^

15.48

17.05

18.77

Dhala

/a Figures pertain to first 8 months of the ynar. Note: All district. and country averages are unveightedaverages of the vage rates in the respectiveconstituentadministrativeunits. Source: Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics.

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Table

9.16

AVERAGEDAILY REAL WAGERATES OF UNSKILLEDAGRICULTURAL LABOR (WITHOUTFOOD) BY DISTRICT. 1969/70 - 1983/84 (Taka per day in 1973/74 Prices) Division/District

1969/70

1973/74

1978/79

1979180

1980/81

1981/82

1982/83

1983/84

Raishaii Diuajpur Raugpur Bogra Rajahahi Pabna

7.77 6.56 7.23 7.08 6.43

5.62 6.18 5.33 5.61 5.81

5.71 5.47 5.41 5.18 5.98

5.70 5.35 4.80 6.25 4.89

5.17 6.93 4.57 7.08 5.40

4.73 6.07 4.52 5.87 5.49

5.07 5.19 5.47 5.44 5.77

5.00 5.33 5.22 4.96 6.31

Km lma Kushtia Jessore Khulna Barisal Patuakhali

6.08 6.26 7.30 7.20 8.15

4.83 4.91 5.40 8.52 6.82

6.13 6.24 6.45 7.31 6.02

6.05 5.44 7.24 7.28 5.96

5.47 6.13 7.35 7.56 6.74

4.81 5.13 6.02 6.28 5.88

4.45 5.22 5.99 6.15 6.51

6.10 5.74 5.70 6.49 7.19

Dhaka Mymensingh Tangail Dhaka Faridpur

6.69 5.12 8.25 6.18

6.87 6.60 8.92 5.58

7.04 5.70 6.50 6.80

6.13 5.72 6.78 6.13

5.73 6.65 7.45 6.00

5.17 5.75 8.14 5.40

5.32 5.32 8.33 5.32

5.88 6.41 8.00 4.92

9.41 7.59 9.05 11.59 10.41

8.86 5.51 8.50 8.77 8.27

7.10 7.10 6.71 8.18 9.11

6.81 '.70 7.46 7.05 8.55

6.69 6.69 8.52 7.95

5.61 6.36 6.60 7.64 7.85

6.90 6.46 7.84 8.48 8.65

6.89 7.59 7.47 6.57 8.82

6.69

6.48

6.20

6.53

5.90

6.13

6.15

ChittaRonit Sylhet Comilla Noakhali Chittagong Chittagong H.T. Country (Rural)

AversRe

7.59

7_VA

Note: All id-trictsand country averages are unweighted averages of the wage rates in the respective constituentadministrativeunits. Source: BangladeshBureau of Statistics.

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Table

9.17

PERCENTAGECHANGEIN REAL WAGERATES OF UNSKILLED AGRICULTURALLABOR (WITHOUT FOOD) BY DISTRICT 1969/70 - 1983/84

Division/District 1969/70-73/74 1973/74-78/79 1978/79-81/82 1981/82-83/84 1969170-83L84 1973/74-83/84 Raishati Dinajpur Rangpur Bogra Rajahahi Pabna

-28 - 6 -26 -21 -10

+2 -11 + 2 - 8 + 3

-17 +11 -16 +13 - 8

+6 -12 +15 -15 +15

-36 -19 -28 -30 - 2

-11 -14 - 2 -12 + 9

Barisal Patuakhali

-21 -22 -26 +18 -16

+27 +27 +19 -14 -12

-21 -18 - 7 -14 - 2

+27 +12 - 5 + 3 +22

- 8 .- 22 -10 -12

+26 +17 + 6 -24 + 5

Dhaka Mymensingh Tangail Dhaka Faridpur

+ 2 +24 + 8 -10

+ 3 -14 -27 +22

-17 +25 -21

+14 +12 - 2 - 9

-12 +25 - 3 -20

-14 - 3 -10 -12

Chittagong Chittagong B.T.

- 6 -27 - 6 -24 -21

-20 +29 -21 - 7 +10

-21 -10 - 2 - 7 -14

+23 +19 +13 -14 +12

-27 -18 -43 -15

-22 +37 -12 -25 + 7

Countrv Avera2e

-12

- 3

- 9

+ 4

-19

- 8

Ihulna Kushtia Jessore

Khulna

Chitta2tonz Sylhet Comilla

Noakhali

-130Table

9.18

AVERAGE DAILY WAGERATES OF WORKERS IN RURALAREAS. 1963/64-1983184 1963/64 Rural COL Index

28

196b9/, 1973/74 39

100

1978/79

1979/80

1980/81

1981/82

1982/83

1983/84

168

201

214

262

278

305

Type of Worker Agriculture (without food) Unskilled N R I

2.57 9.18 137

2.96 7.59 113

6.69 6.69 100

10.88 6.48 97

12.46 6.20 93

13.98 6.53 98

15.48 5.90 88

17.05 6.13 92

18.77 6.15 92

N 3.53 R 12.61 I 198

4.13 10.59 167

6.36 6.36 100

13.27 7.90 124

19.88 9.90 156

23.11 10.80 170

27.67 10.56 166

28.19 10.14 159

29.82 9.77 154

2.59 9.25 177

3.39 8.69 166

5.23 5.23 100

9.88 5.88 -

15.34 7.63 112

18.34 8.57 164

21.56 8.23 157

21.48 7.73 148

20.57 6.74 129

NA 2.14 R 7.64 I 152

2.57 6.59 131

5.03 5.03 100

9.63 5.73 139

11.94 5.94 118

13.90 6.49 129

15.59 5.95 118

16.38 5.89 117

24.07 7.89 157

Fishery Skilled

'Unskilled N R I Small Scale Industry

N - Nominal wages in Tk/day. R - Real wages in Tk/day in 1973/74 prices. I - Index of Real Wages, 1973/74 - 100. Source:

Bangladesh

Bureau of Statistics.

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Table 9.19 AVERAGE DAILY WAGE RATE OF UNSKI2.LD INDUSTRIALAND CONSTRUCTION WORKERS 1969/70 -

1983184

1969170 1973/74 1978/79 1979/80 1980/81 1981/82 1982/83 1983/34 Urban COL Index

39

100

186

232

254

302

354

361

N R I

4.01 10.28 186

5.53 5.53 100

11.64 6.25 113

14.77 6.37 115

16.90 6.65 120

17.96 5.95 107

19.88 5.62 102

20.71 5.73 104

N 1 I

3.94 10.10 133

7.61 7.61 100

10.14 5.45 72

13.36 5.76 76

16.49 6.49 85

17.57 5.82 77

19.35 5.47 72

20.00 5.54 73

N R I

4.41 11.31 177

6.40 6.40 100

11.00 5.91 92

12.58 5.42 85

13.80 5.43 85

16.40 5.43 85

18.82 5.32 83

20.00 5.54 87

N R I

4.71 12.08 194

6.23 6.23 100

11.71 6.30 101

13.33 5.75 92

15.39 6.06 97

18.22 6.03 97

20.33 5.74 92

21.60 5.98 96

N R I

3.87 9.92 179

5.53 5.53 100

10.13 5.45 99

12.39 5.34 97

13.72 5.40 98

15.40 5.1C 92

16.05 4.53 82

17.80 4.93 89

N R I

3.41 8.74 123

7.10 7.10 100

14.34 7.70 109

17.21 7.42 105

19.29 7.59 107

21.74 7.20 iQi

23.30 6.58 93

27.85 7.71 109

Tyve of Worker Cotton Textile

Jute Textile

Matches

En iteerins

Vegetable Oils

Construction

N - Nominal Wages in Tk/day. R - Real wages in Tk/day in 1973/74prices. I - Index of Real wages, 1973/74 - 100. Note: Wage rates based on average Rajsbahi and Khulna. COL index used is that Source:

BBS.

for

wages for four lover

centers - Dhaka, Chittagong,

income families

in Dhaka.

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Tab l

9.20

REAL WAGERATES OF UNSKILLED WORKERSIN SELECTED IINDUSTRIES RiL.TIVE TO AGRICULTURALWORKERS. 1969J70 - 1983/84

1969/76

1973/74

1978/79

1979/80

1980/81

1981/82

1982/83

1.00 .91 .88 .98 .89 .84 .89 . 82 1.1i

1.00 1.23 .96 1.03 .93 .87 .93 .86 1.20

1.00 1.31 .99 1.02 .99 .83 .93 .83 1.16

1.00 1.40 1.01 1.01 .99 .92 1.02 .86 1.22

1.00 1.26 .96 .92 .89 .87 .94 .74 1.07

1983L84

Type of Worker Agriculture Fishing S.S. Industry Cotton Temtile Jute Textile Hatches Engineering Vegetable Oil Construction

1.00 1.14 .87 1.35 1.33 1.49 1.59 1. 31 1.15

1.00 .79 .75 .82 1.14 .96 .93 .83 1.06

1.00 1.10 1.28 .93 .90 .90 .97 .80 1.25

Table 9.21 RATIOOF AVERAGE WAGERATESOF SKILLBDWORKERS TO UNSKILLEDWORKERS IN SELECTEDINDUSTRIES,1963/64 - 1983/84 1963/64 1966/67 1969/70

1972/73 1973/74 1974/75 1975/76 1976/77 1977178 1978/79 1979/80 1980/81 1981/82 1982/83 19§3/§A

Tvye of Worker Industry Cotton textiles Jute textile Hatchee Engineering Vegetableoils All Industries Construction Atriculture

Fishery

2.06 1.83 1.65 1.96 I.81 1.88

1.77 1.36 1.35 1.80 1.66 1.58

1.43 1.40 1.29 1.50 1.34 1.39

1.38 1.21 1.29 1.58 1.40 1.38

1.19 1.16 1.22 1.52 1.26 1.27

1.19 1.18 1.19 1.65 1.16 1.29

1.27 1.23 1.22 1.65 1.20 1.34

1.38 1.31 1.27 1.83 1.22 1.42

1.49 1.34 1.18 1.90 1.24 1.44

1.28 1.35 1.26 1.81 1.24 1.40

1.27 1.27 1.22 1.87 1.26 1.38

1.31 1.20 1.23 1.80 1.26 1.36

1.35 1.24 1.34 1.83 1.20 1.40

1.33 1.29 1,43 1.80 1.26 -

1.30 1.26 1,35 1.83 1.26 -

2.03

1.99

2.04

1.90

1.88

1.71

1.86

1.91

1.96

1.98

1.94

1.98

1.99

2.04

1.97

..

..

.,

1,24

1.18

1.20

1.23

1.23

1.21

1.18

1.17

1.17

1.23

1.30

1.30

.

1.25

1.22

1.29

1.34

1.34

1.26

1.34

1.30

1.26

1.28

1.31

1.45

. - not available Source:BangladeshBureauof Statistics;and misaionestimates.

-134T&b2* 10.1

1000WAIU invUUi8 -000 lg tas.

19T1/73 1l9T1 add-yeaidy L& ('000)

IinA4a

74.268

J2sIALJM_KM

n

Dometic Preductic. Aue Amas te Obeet

TetAl. mse Total.

mac

7e0dgria

tAsPly.

-elv.

eat

Ca (-) C.)

l

_Cetmt

t proerear_t bieribatien

ImuJaAuflahWs hpezsat per

8

L

Io

f

t per da

Opei stocks C.) Domstic procuc C.) 1mojra C-) Xatetual diatributio port & repayen. -3Loeas Cleins tocka - 1eee t p - proe5cted.

L Lk

Li

Li La

i

2.159 6.000 2.250 115

19131k8I183

79.745

81.645

53.565

85.515

1.500

3,515

21621

12i SW

23192

13-9

132

J0

3.230 7.045 2.286 212

3.011 6.906 1.650 235

3.103 7.422 2.239 344

3.281 7.429 1.929 486

2. 109 7.303 2.427 0

91.550

144130

3.237 7.637 2.5K0 1.075

2

3.218 7.0M5 3.10 952

1i830

112

12 13273 7

1l.31 8

13d10

11213l349

14735

14367

10.647

10.102

11.496

10.640

11.796

11.319

13.264

12.930

521 23 621 1S

621 1S 666 22

666 22 675 23

675 23 686 42

686 42 495 51

495 51 672 69

12.01

672 69 579 97

579 97 728 162

728 162 777 215

.77 215 931 190

1198 8-

93.635

95.789

n7.M

I.ZL

15I1Z

Ms

3.018 7.483 3.490 1.078

15122

3.10 5.100 3.600 1.150

1600

16-750

14.400

15.075

1.D47 216 1.080 230

1.030 230 1,15 260

14.960

15.953

16.645

1382

14iJ1

14&

13.610 931 170 1.047 216

11.731

11.214

12.743

12.004

12.912

13.197

13.135

14,636

8,J34

10I603

10093

114619

IO-

I1I62

1EZ

11-822

11.12172 12-U4

. 2.618

71 1.728

128 1.757

415 1.669

314 1.473

550 1.847

2155

12.260

11.722

12723

11963

12918

15.83

14.78

15.62

14.39

15.18

15.29

15.53

15.00

15.90

15.97

16.44

18.36

297 11 1.67 1.728

214 128 2 1.757

749 415 1,477 1.669

823 314 780 1.473

376 550 1.678 1.847

591 355 1.14 1.797

209 348 2,739 2,402

779 1.017 1.059 1.522

625 192 1, U4 1.9n

630 200 1.050 1.900

6a 450 1.650 1.880

186 591

87 209

115 779

104 1.229

1.229 298 1.236 2.036 20 a 625

15.27

.

2.823 2.618 -

-

-

-

-

184 297

96 214

148 729

149 823

66 378

355 1.797 1319

348 2.402

ILIZ 13.S76

1.017 1,522

14238

298 2.036

192 1.935

134127 14552

15-22S

_

200 1.90

16*5

of 7ood; Bangladesh

teres

of UtatitLce;

lorld

Jood Programe

Dbhsh; ad misaio

estimates.

16 330

-

-

-

92 68L

m

500 come.

Ministry

450 1.0

96 630

13RD intimtes. rf eratih to imar I of each yew. Corrempoadiag to tha Government tagt of 15.5 oazee per hed daily. Gras productLos hmse 1M for send. feed and easta; tkis adjuatmut sy be too sul. a field observations indicate that the pretage of mane In private stcasq. processing end trade my he hi4ber ttal impied Ithi s official gro-toc t cowrsie factor. A;mm that 3m of ch. bore crop arvested byrd. the nd of the fLcl year is available for coaoptio duriv the followiss yaw. hesmiag that 205 of *wt wbeat crop havsed tmrds the sd of the fiscal year is aiLable for coeo-ptile during the follmin yer. prodctiom plus crap cycle adjustmnt. Cro" iply sim. 10 for se", -fee d waste tas also footnte c aboe). P er conee_tion. stock beildd-p sad ether diapesitian In the private ector. Xncludin ptivte stoc heLld-up. qad sy be lazIr In yea of prewvte stock draw-dor.. telative to Lte C _ove rta taet of 15.5 unces per boed dily. ased _ actual agrivals _ well el co_dteat prohble coem_ial perease sad shipping schdale ea as of Pebrer 1982.

Scac:

3.20 .4800 3.50 1.300

9.927

274 &a"sa inh id

2. ft, 6.60 2.220 109

IIML

9.018

1k

e5comamytiam (macse) Lk

77.880

7z ImL1Q

197Z/71 19r178119M

1Q022

(d Bew. carry-over Li W)Uhst =wry-wLi C-) wao arry-ovr Li C-) Wbea carry-avow Li loodia

IW757

17 0

2.273 5.353 2.070 90

fL

78.055

197

AM BWP . 1972173 - 198/W5 eaLes indicated otherwise)

96

Table 10.2 AVAILABILITY. DISPOSITION AND STOCKSIN THE PUBLICFOODGRAINDISTRIBUTION SYSTEM.1973/74- 1983/84 ('000long tons) 1973/74 OpeningStocks DomesticProcurement Imports TotalAvailability

1974175 1975/76 1276177

1977/78

1978/79

1979/80

1980/81 1981/82

1982/83

1983/84

297 71 1,670 2.038

214 128 2,292 2.634

749 415 1,477 2,641

823 314 780 1.917

376 550 1,678 2.604

591 355 1,146 2.092

209 348 2,739 3,296

779 1,017 1,059 2.855

1,229 298 1,236 2.763

625 192 1,844 2.661

611 270 2,058 2.939

Statutoryrationing 502 PrioritycategoriesLa 396 Modifiedrationing 777 Relief 52 Food-for-Work & CanalDigging MarketingOperations/b Open MarketSales /c TotalDistribgtion 1.728

471 554 578 161

359 584 496 l1O 116 11

377 551 288 33 166 58

451 753 353 30 255 6

417 754 312 45 216 9

343 601 179 50 749 ,

307 656 483 70 365 104

307 647 368 84 411 70

293 641 399 120 441 51

50

48

-

-

1.764

-

167

Losses

96

148

149

Exports 6 repayments in kind

-

-

-

214

729

ClosingStocks

823

L473

1.847

1.796

492 907 385 57 440 10 111 2.402

68

166

87

-

-

43

,

L 036 21.522 L.aa

107

2.Q52

115

104

82

96

87

-

-

-

-

-

20

-

-

376

591

209

779

1,229

625

611

800

. a lessthan 500 long tons. /a Includes:essentialpriorities; otherpriorities;largeemployers;and directsalesto flourmills. "Marketing operationial involvedirectsale of grainsto dealersat subsidized prices. Lc OHS in paddyand rice were initiatedduring1981/82;wheatOHS began in 1978/79.

Lb

Sources: Ministryof Food;BangladeshBureauof Statistics; and World FoodProgramme,Dhaka.

w

'C

-136-

Table

10.3

STORE CAPACITY OF THE NIISTRY OF FOOD. 1983 (in long tons; as of June 30, 1983)

Local Supply Depots

Division/District Raisbahi Dinajpur Rangpur Bogra Rajsbahi Pabna

364.119 103,843 84,716 45,668 87,112 42,780

thulna

233.730 36,030 45.956 45,740 58,724

Kushtia Jessore Mhlna Barisal Patuakhali

47,280

Dhaka

Jaualpur Nymesingh

Tangail Dhaka

Faridpur Chittamona

Sylbet Comilla hoakbali Chittagong Chittagong

Hill

Tracts

Total

Note:

Central Storage Depots 75.260 40,200 35,060 156.780 134,000 22,780 -

Foodgrain Silos 25.000 25,000 800 800 -

252.250 31,540 76,030 27,640 57,620 59,420

96.310 28,560 67,750 -

50.500 -

226.870 71,060 58.440 40,950 40,620 12,800 1.076.969

Total 464.379 103,843 84,716 110,868 87,112 77,840

16.250 4,750 5,000 2,250 3,500 750

391 310 36,030 45,956 180,540 81,504 47,280

7.750 1,000 1,500 1,250 2,500 1,500

50,500 -

399.060 31,540 104.590 27,640 175,870 59,420

13.150 1,250 5,250 2,250 1,750 2,650

137.880 14,000 123,880 -

151.000 50,500 100,500 -

512.750 71,060 122,940 40,950 265,000 12,800

18.500 8,000 2.500 3,250 3,000 1,750

466.230

227.300

-

1.770.499

Storage capacity of hired godowns at LSD sitem is not included.

Source:

Ministry of Food.

Additional Storage Capacity of Local GovernMents

55.650

Table 10.4 LOCATION,CAPACITYAND CAPABILITIESOF FOODGRAINSILOS, 1984

Silos

Location (District)

Chittaxoni

Chittagong

Ashugani

StorageCapacity(tons)/a_ Silo Godowns Total

ReceivingCapability Bulk _ Bat/b

103,804 (100,000)

500

104,304

Water

-

Comilla

51,313 (50,000)

500

51,813

Water Rail

-

Naravanuani

Dhaka

500

52,199

Bogra

26,248

Water Rail Rail

-

Santahar

51,699 (50,000) 26,248

800

Truck

Maheshyarnasha Khulna

800

-

Dispatch Bulk

Capability Bas

Water R.il /c Truck Li Rail Ic Truck /t

Rail /c Truck Water Rail /c Truck

-

Rail ic Truck Lf Rail /d

Water Rail /e Rail /d

-

Truck /f

Truck

La Nominalsilo capacityis indicatedin parentheses. Lb All silos could technicallyreceivegrain in bags if necessary,but the actual loadinginto the silo would then have to be done in bulk from the opened bags. This is commonpracticeat Santahar(see footnotee below). /c Meter gauge. /d Meter gauge and broad gauge. Le Althoughthe silos are not designedto receivegrains from trucks in bulk (or bags), the rail receivingpit at Santaharhas been used for this purpose. Grain is deliveredto Santaharin bags which are then opened to permit the silo to receivein bulk. The same could be done, if necessary, at Narayanganjand Ashuganj. /f Althoughtechnicallypossible,dispatchin bulk by truck is not likelyto be done at any silo due to the high risk of subsequentpilferagein transit. Source: Ministryof Food.

Table 10.5 LOCATIONAND CAPACITYOF CENTRAL STORAGE DEPOTS(CSDs), 1983 (aa of September150 1983)

CSD 8antahar

Nolladuli Khulna Moheawarpasha Barisal Mymensingh Dhaka Tejgaon Narayanganj

Location: Division/District

Government-owned Godown. Capacity Number (tons)

Hired Godownu Capacity Number (tons)

All Godown _ Capacity Number (tons)

Raishahi Bogra Pabna

83

75,260

-

-

83

65.50

43 40

40,200 35,060

-

-

43 40

31,000 34,500

Rhulna Khulna

168

134.000 75,940 58,060 22,780

-

-

168

146.602

81 59 28

64,995 58,827 22,780

26.310 28,560 9,500 37,100

2 -

1.730

38

44 17 40

-

44 17 40

87.325 24,560 8,500 31,900

37

22,365

Rhulna

Barisal

81 59 28

Dhaka Mymnseingh Dhaka Dhaka Dhaka

136

35

21,150

2

1,730

Chittagong

149

137.880

-

-

-

149

Chandpur

Comilla

13

14,000

-

-

13

12,092

Devanhat Halishahar

Chittagong Chittagong

46 90

42,640 81,240

-

-

39,600

-

-

46 90

536

466,23Q

2

Total Source: Ministryof Food.

1,730

538

132.445

80,753 431.872

-139Table

10.6

LOCATION AND CAPACITY OF LOCAL SUPPLY DEPOTS (LsDs). (as of June 30, 1983)

Number of LSDa

Division/District

Number of Godownn

Nominal Capacity (tons)

Total

1983

Number of Thanas With more With than one LSD or CSD LSD/CSD

Without LSD or CSD

Raishahi Dinajpur Rsngpur Bogra Rajahahi Pabna

169 41 42 24 44 18

708 213 163 82 165 85

364.119 103,843 84,716 45,668 87,112 42,780

123 23 36 15 32 17

118 23 *33 15 32 15

42 14 6 10 10 2

5 3 2

Rbulua Kuahtia Jesaore Kbulna Barisal Patuakhali

128 16 28 28 32 24

504 74 92 101 132 105

234.731 36,030 45,956 45,740 58,724 47,280

94 12 21 23 27 11

27 4 7 5 6 5

5

12 21 25 29 12

Dhaka Jamalpur Nymensingh Tangail Dhaka Faridpur

135 13 47 13 31 31

502 66 154 55 112 112

252.250 31,540 76,030 27,640 57,620 59,420

132 12 35 11 48 26

111 12 34 10 30 25

27 2 13 2 4 6

21 1 1 18 1

ChittagouR Sylhet romilla Noakhgli Chittagong Chittagong

155 50 34 22 22 22

450 142 112 79 84 33

226.870 71,060 58,440 40,950 40,620 12,800

134 37 26 16 25 30

121 37 26 16 19 23

35 14 7 5 5 4

13 -

587

2.164

1.077.970

488

444

131

44

Hill Tracts

Total

Source:

Ministry

of Food.

-

2 2 1

-

6 7

ITaWl10.7 ESTIHATEDGOVERNMENT FOODGRAIN STOCKS(END OF MONTH). 1972/73 - 1984/85

('000 longtons) Honth

1972/73 1973/74 1974/75 1975/76 1976/77 1977/78 1978/79 1979/80 1980/81 1981/821982/83 1983/84 1284L85

July August September October November December

456 362 332 214 219 136

218 199 223 330 267 267

349 386 206 162 130 181

661 635 601 649 707 902

768 714 644 547 437 420

415 558 626 547 522 714

584 577 559 674 823 848

383 601 818 709 677 726

1,026 1,225 1,268 1,274 1,236 1,344

1,235 1,198 1,388 1,343 1,062 987

721 820 804 695 705 866

761 819 811 679 506 455

754 671 541 600 750 801

January February March

214 535 493

189 171 138

319 224 252

949 990 931

503 509 407

756 688 627

767 688 502

642 502 558

1,388 1,324 1,255

907 685 610

904 818 684

585 521 567

845

April

374

182

282

822

304

557

424

470

1,252

5"8

640

554

May June

298 297

210 214

438 729

802 823

296 376

611 591

289 209

582 779

1,169 1,229

514 615

623 630

775 784

Average High Low

327 535 136

217 330 138

305 729 130

789 990 601

494 768 296

601 756 415

579 848 209

621 818 383

1,248 1,388 1,026

926 1,388 514

743 904 623

651 819 455

Source:Ministry of Food.

709 845 541

-141Table 10.8 FOODGRAI5 PROCDURuMT PRICES. 1969 - 1985 (in Taks per mumd) fiee/Paddy

*eer

tffective

Date/a

_P'ddr

AMen

Aus _

R*ice

Paddy

Coarse Rice

Mediua Rice

18.0 R 19.0 3

29.41 R 30.96 B

29.79 3 31.37 5

1969/70

Jam.

1, 1971Lk

-

1970/71

J3m.

1. 1971

-

-

1971/72

Ja.

15,

1972ft

-

-

23.0

37.40

1972173

Dec.

14,

1972

-

--

33.0

53.00

1973174

Nov. 15, 1973

-

-

45.0 45.0+

-

---

Jen. 1974/75

1975/76 1976/77

Nr". Apr.

15, 21,

1974Je 1975

Ag.

1, 1975

Apr.

1, 1976

Sept.

14. 1976 19, 1977L

Feb. Apr. May 1977/78

2, 1974fd

Aug.

1, 1977 1. 1977

-

74.0+3.0

*

74. 0+3.0

118.0.3.0 *

t

70.0+3.0

112.0+3.0

*

*

*

* *

1. 1977 1977 1, 1978

7D.0+4.0

1, 1978 5. 1979

80.0.4.0 a

128.04.0

2, 1979

86.0-4.0

1280.4.0

112.0#4.0

Bow. 15, May 1978/79

Aug.

Apr. )ey 1979/80

Nov. NoV.

15. 1979 15. 1979L&

*

4

71.69 71.69+

-

-

-

37.5

-

-

-

54.00

-

-

-

72.63 72.63+.

--

-

-

118.0+3.0

-

-

*

T

120.0+3.0

-

74.0+3.0

*

*

*

* *

* *

a

a

*

*

*

* .2a.0.4.0

74. 04.0

Whet

-

*

T

Boro/IPRI Paddy Rice

-

118.0+3.0 a

72.0+3.0 0

120.0+4.0

*

4

* *

74.04.0 *

a 80.0+4.0 a a a a

*

a 128.0+4.0 a

70.0.4.0

*

a 130.0+4.0

a

a *

80.04.0

4

112.0+4.0

128.04.0

a

a

a

a

*

*

a

*

a

a

a 105.0-5.0

a 165.0+5.0

96. 0W4.0 105.0+5.0

154.0+4.0 165.0-5.0

86.0+4.0

L

136.0+4.0

a a 80.0*4.0 * C

86.004.0 C

a

a 105.0-5.0

165.0+5.0

105.0.5.0

*

19UWl81

ltov.

4,

1980

110.0.5.0

170.0+5.0

110.0+5.0

170.0+5.0

...

110.0.5.0

170.0.5.0

110.0+5.0

1981/82

Dec.

7,

1981

119.0.5.0

185.0+5.0

119.0.5.0

185.0+5.0

...

119.0+5.0

185.0+5.0

119.0.5.0

1982/83

Rov. Nay

7. 1982 1. 1983

a 130.0.5.0

a 205.0-5.0

130.0.5.0 a

205.0.5.0

a 130.0+5.0

a 205.0+5.0

a 130.0.5.0

lov. July

1S, 1983 1. 1984

a 160.0+5.0

a 243.0+5.0

139.0+5.0 170.0+5.0

220.0.5.0 258.0+5.0

139.0.5.0 160.0+5.0

220.0.5.0 243.0+5.0

139.0.5.0 157.0+5.0

1983/8 1981185

a

- no procuremt. -no longer applicable. - nO price change.

R

- Regular.

-

3 - 5-mile border belt. T - Traneport Bosa (variable;

Lu

see footnote

*

...

d).

The mnouncment of procurement prices is usually (although not always) mede prior to nowing/planting, wbile the effective date generally denote. the date when government purchases at the announced price. will coo_nce. Lk Different procuremeit prices were set for the 5-mile border belt than for the rest of the country in order to encourage procuremut nd discourage smggling into Indis. LE The procurement price differential for the border belt was eliminated effective JSn. 15. 1972. /d Effective JS. 2, 1974, a trnssport borne" was paid to farmers end traders delivering grains to the purchasing centera. The mount of the bonus depended on the distance travelled to reacb the center: Yaima 50 for up to 5 miles Paisa 75 for 5-10 miles, and Tska 1 for over 10 milee. lt The variable transport bonus was abolisbed and replaced by a single uniftir. transport bonus of Taka 3. effective witb the procurement price increase of Nov. 15. 1974. Li Effective Feb. 19, 1977, the transport bouse wva increased to Teka 4. La The hibher price quotation for mediumquality rice was abolished effective Nov. 15. 1979. Lk The Covermbt changed the previously anno ced procurement prices On Nov. 11. i.e.. before they becme effective. At the ame time the transport bonus was increased to Take 5. Source:

Kinistry of Food.

Table 10.9

PROCUR=ERNT OF FOODGRAINS B1 DISTRICT (sUMMARY).1974/75 - 1983/84 (in long tons of rice equivalent) DivisioP/DiLtj.Jkj

1974/75

Raisbahi Dinajpur Rangpur Bogra Rajahahi Pabna

73.130 34,213 16,252 8,368 13,686 611

bhulna Kughtia Jessore Khulua Barisal Patuakhali

33.428 1,066 1,733 10,511 4,029 16,089

Dhaka Jamalpur /aa Mymensingh Tangail Dhaka Faridpur

)8,828 202 526 37

Chittagons Sylhet Comilla Noakhuli Chittagong ChittagongHill Tracts

11.711 4,049 455 2,627 3,950 630

Total

la

9.593

1975/76

1976/77

1977/78

1978/79

1979/80

1980/81

1983/84

196.813 175.009 236,803 164.580 209.742 482.009 174.117 121.342 227.259 79,233 75,160 89,458 65,859 61,205 190,455 87,126 54,771 99,509 41,990 32,675 51,419 20,185 37,499 82,315 24,609 26,285 66,962 23,749 19,944 26,676 19,320 33,012 50,479 13,576 20,498 35,802 43,999 42,352 65,200 54,658 58,671 122,793 41,780 14,416 14,207 7,842 4,878 4,050 4,558 19,355 35,967 7,026 5,372 10,779 87.535 8,878 14,827 21,778 15,776 26,276

44.653 3,079 3,074 10,789 13,627 14,084

111U25D2 AkJ76 2,188 3,106 7,793 5,652 15,016 2,118 30,310 11,318 55,952 18,582

63.131 41.213 90.305 } ) ) )52,557 )37,898 )86,341 2,551 365 1,550 4,485 1,518 1,705 3,538 1,432 709 67.478 33,376 13,326 11,587 8,270 919

52.731 28,712 5,953 9,818 7,128 1,120

112.073 39,807 19,016 22,746 25,884 4,620

127. 862L 414.,957 313.606 550.440

A08.035 10,279 8,130 25,914 27,039 36,673

L7Ai 1,062 115 1,986 612 3,866

12.018 340 2,663 1,014 1,982 6,019

13.91Q 1,428 5,146 1,002 2,422 3,912

64.220 3,771 47,002 1,938 10,655 854

55.179 201.135 8,520 35,076 28,204 99,590 4,788 22,869 11,487 38,235 2,180 5,365

64.257 7,650 29,067 5,644 21,611 5,365

31.383 5,460 17,934 2,200 5,278 511

16.374 5,104 8,375 1,384 1,295 216

85.587 34,705 25,868 8,592 12,575 3,847

39.269 13,512 16,372 2,577 4,417 2,391

52.405 27,234 13,410 1,142 3,296 7,323

27.337 12,164 8,234 3,426 1,640 1,873

9.139 3,099 3,027 1,574 257 1,182

355.163

A442.2 9,177 8,745 6,865 5,837 13,663

225.554 92,320 41,725 45,844 29,561 16,104

348.477 1.016.733

Jamalpur was a subdivisionof Mymensinghuntil December 26, 1978.

Cgot: All grainsprocuredare shown here ezpresuedin terms of "rice equivalent";i.e., 1 unit of wheat equals I unit of cleanedrice and 3 units of paddyprocuredequal 2 unit. of cleanedrice. (For 1974/75,a paddy/riceconversionratioof 1 to 0.65 was used.) Source: Ministryof Food.

1981/B2 192.L/i3

298.240

192.080 266.6-82

Table

^°QJO

PEOCUREKENT OF FOODGRAINS BY CROPAND TYPE (BUMKARY).1974175 - 1983/84

(in maunds) 1974/75 s.total

A

Paddy

-

(.* rice Rice

tstjoesl - Paddy (C rice - Rice

iogolIJEl.

equivalent)

equivalant)

total

- Paddy

" rice equivalent) - Rice Rice. total - Paddy (- rice - Rice

equivalent)

Wbeat

total (by veight) Of which: paddy (2) milled rice (2) wheat (2)

loodtrainm.

I saund - 82.29 lbs.

8aurce:

8.259.880 8,704.043 (5, 802,695) 2,457,185

13.562.032 14,244,458 (9,496,305) 4,065,727

5.657.747 6,643,882 (4,429,255) 1,228,492

4.776.550 6,425,506 (4,283,671) 492,879

291.222 430,726 (287,151) 4,061

157.722 235,251 (156,834) 888

14.72i 174,478 (116,319) 28,402

1.000.798 1,392,472 (928,315) 80,483

2.262.385 2,956,767 (1,904,511) 357,874

1.332.327 1,802,660 (1,201,773) 130,554

Ministry of Food.

81.358

630.4Z 805,896 (537,264) 93,703

1979/80

9.184. 884 11,511,127 (7,674,085) 1,510,799

11.146,484 14,293,743 (9,529,162) 1,617,322

43.10A 59,601 (39,734) 3,370

1978/79

3,460.884 4,861,027 (3,240,685) 220,199

3,752,095 5,291,753 (3,527,835) 224,260

110.594 76,665 (51,110) 4,187

1977/78 1977

(-) -

_

Foodarains. total (rice equivalent) Of vbicb: paddy (S) *illed rice (1) wheat (2)

1976/77

1.698.730 2,389,643 (1,593,095) 105,635

-

-

1975/76

_ -

C-) -

1982L0/1 2.366.303 2,270,024 (1,513,349) 852,954

1981/82

1982/83

19t3/84

2.2.922 ... ... ...

298.222 ...

528.209 670,263 (446,842) 81,367 3,170,309 4,606,705 (3,071,137) 99,172

2,541,922

6.858.551 8,340,936 (5,560,624) 1,297,927

4,042.13 5,690,224 (3,793,483) 248,647

2.017,.667

22.852.246 28,566,820 (19,044,547) 3,807,699

7,A7864 10,967,192 (7,311,462) 429,186

48,

13.627,311 17,955,860 (11,970,573) 1,656,818

2,280.559

... 1,379.441

...

...

...

...

8.459.898 8,955,186 (5,970,124) 2,489,774

14.613.934 15,696,531 (10,464,354) 4,149,580

8.551.099 10,306,545 (6,871,030) 1,680,066

6.108.877 8,228,166 (5,485,444) 623,433

77.147

300.337

1.352.997

3.363.928

4,775.174

359.459

642.221

3.301.339

5.228.732 ... ...

7.259.561 ... ...

3,752.95 94.0 6.0 -

11.327.842 84.1 14.3 1.6

8.537.045 69.9 29.2 0.9

14.9114271 70.2 27.8 2.0

9.904.096 69.4 17.0 13.7

9,472.805 57.9 6.6 35.5

27.627.420 68.9 13.8 17.3

8.100.107 90.3 5.3 4.4

5.516.013 95.9 4.1 -

16.092.423 88.8 10.1 1.1

11.522i.107 77.7 21.6 0.7

20.146.448 77.9 20.6 i.5

13.339.611 77.3 12.6 10.1

12.215.527 67.4 5.1 27.5

37.149.643 76.9 10.2 12.9

11.755.837 93.3 3.7 3.0

3J.LU1 ... ... ...

...

...

... ...

...

Table

10.11

PROCUREMENTOF RICE AND PADDY BY DISTRICT (SUMKARY).1974175 - 1983184 (in long tons of rice equivalent) 1974/75

1975/76

1L976/77 1977/78

1978/79

1979/80

1980/81

1981/82

1982/83

1983/84

Raishahi Dinajpur Rangpur Bogra Rajahabi Pabna

73.130 34,213 16,252 8,368 13,686 611

194.304 77,868 41,978 22,803 43,846 7,809

173.382 75,051 32,656 19,409 41,992 4,274

231.8*1 88,544 51,307 24,947 64,326 2,717

142,722 59,211 17,190 12,681 50,748 2,893

Ul.512 47,703 24,397 11,692 43,164 3,554

352.132 152,254 54,445 25,192 104,154 16,087

166.246 85,124 22,080 13,101 39,452 6,489

105.924 48,502 21,033 18,094 5,144 4,151

117.504 64,041 22,415 16,363 9,820 4,865

Rhulna Kusbtia Jessore Rhulna Barisal Patuakbali

33.428 1,066 1,733 10,511 4,029 16,089

86.824 8,213 14,78 21,778 15,776 26,276

43.930 2,790 2,640 10,789 13,627 14,084

106,361 612 4,481 15,006 30,310 55,952

32.559 668 430 1,555 11,315 18,582

30.296 1,447 3,239 6,152 5,795 13,663

102.475 6,992 6,108 25,731 26,971 36,673

7.176 597 115 1,986 612 3,866

9.003 108 65 833 1,978 6,019

7.641 58 300 957 2,414 3,912

37.973 5,654 27,502 1,899 2,539 379

175.151 27,145 98,000 15,473 30,939 3,594

61.591 7,093 27,687 5,487 ',202 122

29.180 6,730 15,920 1,171 5,030 329

13.055 2,522 8,362 B81 1,199 154

26.063 13,271 3,530 2,473 4,417 2,372

211.169 90,605 29,257 45,735 29,469 16,103

50.178 27,129 11,795 635 3,296 7,323

23.381 11,851 4,591 3,426 5,066 1,873

7.212 2,775 1,426 1,574 255 1,182

DivisioniDistrict

Dhaka Jamalpur LA Mymensingh Tangail Dhaka Faridpur

9.53

62.878

41.104

89.902

)8,828 202 526 37

)52,533 2,551 4,485 3,309

}37,874 315 1,518 1,397

)86,299 1,331 1,633 639

59.721 3,759 46,894 1,558 7,274 236

ChittaRong Sylhet Comilla Noakhali Chittagong Chittagong

11.711 4,049 455 2,627 3,950 630

64.289 33,376 10,137 11,587 8,270 919

52.356 28,708 5,582 9,818 7,128 1,120

111.303 39,754 18,299 22,746 25,884 4,620

70.109 34,214 10,881 8,592 12,575 3,847

539.407

305.103

Hill

Tracts

Total

LA

127.862 Jamalpur

was a subdivision

408.295

310.772

224.842

840.927

285.191

167.488

of Mymensinghuntil December 31, 1978.

Note: Rice is procured in the form of paddy as vell as of milled/huskedrice. Unless otherwisespecified,data concerningthe procurementof rice and paddy are uniformlyexpresredin terms of "rice equivalent",where the tonnage of paddy procured is converted into "rice equivalent"using a conversionratio of 3:2. Source: Ministry of Food.

145.412

-145-Table

10.12

PROCUREMNT OF AUS RICE AND PADDYBY DISTRICT. (in long tons of rice equivalent) DivisionfDistrict

1975/76

aisba Dinajpur Rangpur Jbgra

24555 13,954 2,088 4,555 3,054 904

Rajshahi Pabos kina

5 5 -

19 9 10 -

124

21

445

142 288

Barisal

Patuakbali Dhaka Jismlpur la mymesingh

40

} 6

Tangail Dh kc

34

Faridpur Chittagonz Sylhet Comilla oakhali Chittagang Chittagoug Hill

Tracts

LI Jmalpur

-

was a subdivision

-

-

-

77 -

-

43.083

}20 1 -

1048 735 1 312

2.032

of Mymensiugh

1.583 until

-

198384

1978J79

1979180

IJ90f

-

19.708 16.613 1,304 41 1,741 9

12.137 11,147 312 90 581 7

912 886 1 8 17 -

& 926 6.375 1, 056 541

-

16 799 4,316 2,381 2,957 4,983 2,162

422 257 100 65 -

6 -

260 260 -

2.496 33 816 4 1,603 40

68

-

-

3 3 -

105 95

2,195

4.348 1,364 616 627 341 1,400

86.853

19.403

989

10.956

980 44 6 824 36 714 268 191 105 137 13

-

1124 -

9.101 9,013 11

Total

Source:

495 16 3 428 48

5,926

Jessore 1hms

1977178

1.903 1,801 11 91 -

9.387 2,586

Kuabtia

Note:

1976177

1975176

-

1980/81

1.221 133 1,039 46 3 -

-

-

16.666 2,416 8,987 116 3,852 1,295

14922 9,625 96 701 3,490 1,010

-

33.680 13,504 1,785 14,050

-

2,146

18.747

December

-

1981/82

1982183

-

6 -

_

66 2

1983184

105 849

1.665 169 1.419 66 11

1 9 -

31, 1978.

Rice ,m procured in the form of paddy as vell ae of milled/husked rice. Unlessothervise speci%fied, data concerning the procurement of rice and paddy are uniformly expressed in term of ,rice equivalent', where the tonnge of paddy procured is converted into 'rice equivalent" using a conversion ratio of 3:2. Ministry

of Food.

-146Table

10.13

PROCUREJENTOF AK^N RICE AND PADDYBY DISTRICT. (in long tons of rice equivalent)

1975/76

-

1983184

Division/District

1975176

1976/77 1977178

1978/79 1979/80 1980/81

1981/82

Raiphahi Dinajpur Rangpur Nogra Rajfhahi Pabna

165.577 63,914 38,822 18,248 37,694 6,899

171.464 23G,252 73.250 88,428 32,644 51,296 19,318 24,831 41,978 63,092 2,605 4,274

125.0U 56,581 16,855 1O,:05 39,897 1,443

107,.091 60.308 61,160 36,537 15,847 20,869 3,129 4,422 3,398 21,499 434 104

1_22.633 262658 47,399 122,766 24,376 44,341 11,162 16,391 72,266 37,200 2,496 6,894

1982/83

1983184 71.393 43,668 11,275 8,219 7,512 719

Xbolua Kushtia Jessore Khalua Barisal Patuakbali

76,847 5,627 8,385 21,333 15,514 25,988

43.925 2,785 2,640 10,789 13,627 14,084

104,832 603 4,465 14,978 28,834 55,952

30.300 89 226 1,284 10,150 18,551

29,.985 1,341 3,237 6,145 5,599 13,663

77248 1,006 3,639 20,684 17,666. 34,253

5.945 5 15 1,447 612 3.866

8.361 53 65 258 1,966 6,019

7.374 58 40 950 2,414 3,912

Dhaka J-alpur /a Nymensingh Tangail Dhaka Faridpur

54.728

37.815

72.054

26.004 1,990 22,922 78 901 113

17.044 4,689 10,330 802 846 377

66.785 14,194 41,480 3,102 7,309 700

1.414 863 492 4 21 34

11.162 1,502 9,022 61 249 328

1.64 522 773 27 170 154

Chittaaont Sylhet Comill.a Noakhali Chittagong Chittagong Bill Tracts Bandarban lb

45.352 16,346 8,786 11,297 8.019 1904

24.723 5,866 2,906 7,491 6,548 11,912

5.901 94.606 1,126 29,535 1,426 8,585 1,666 29,069 505 17,065 }1,178 110,352

2.021 346 18 8 66 11,583 I

13.549 5,365 2,092 3,405 1,222 11,465 I

3.367 246 359 1,562 130 1,070

501.297 116.471

93.380

Total

Lr lb

}4,639 2,534 4,304 3,251

}

134.585 315 1,518 1,397

168,826 1,029 1,577 622

50.220 27,679 5,582 9,818 6,042 11,099

93,628 23,949 17,688 22,746 25,192 14,053

I

}

342.504 303.424 500.766 206.1J8 175.43

83.70

Jamalpur was a subdivision of Ny-mensioghuntil December 26, 1978. Bandarban wss a subdivision of the Chittagong Hill Tracts until 1982.

specified, Unless otherwise rice. Note: Rice is procured in the form of paddy as well as of milled/husked data concerning the procurement of rice and paddy are uniformly expressed in terms of 'rice equivalent" using a converequivalent", vbere the tonnage of paddy pro 'red is converted into 'rice sion ratio of 3:2. Source: Ministry of Food.

-147Table 10.14 PROCURMEUNT OF BORO/IRRI RICE AND PADDYAY DISTRICT. (in long tons of rice equivalent) Division/District Raishahi Dinajpur Rangpur Bogra Rajshahi Pabna Xhulna

Inshtia Jessore

Ibulna Barisal Patuakhali Dhaka Jamlpur /a Mymensingh Tangail Dhaka Faridpuwr Chittasous Sylket Comilla

Noakholi Chittagong Chittagong Hill Tracts Bandarbanlb Total

La /b Note:

1975/76

1976177

4.172 1,068 3,098 6

15 1 14 -

590 470 120 8.110 } 17,888 17 181 24

1977/78 1978179 1.094 100 11 113 806 64

311

106

8.428 1,670

2 7 196 -

2,090 4,322 258

1983184

47.081 12,817 899 9,882 17,372 6,048

4. 704 11;070 5,185 13,664 10,729 4,047

37 185 13,998 10,084 7,603 2,203 3,297

809 335 474 -

636 55 575 6 -

7 7 -

}17,453 302 55 17

20.929 965 17,172 1,097 1,693 2

91.700 10,535 47,533 12,255 19,778 1,599

57.681 6,197 26,379 5.479 19,578 48

17.950 5,228 7,832 1,110 3,779 1

9.744 1,831 6,170 725 1,018 -

82.883 47,566 18,884 2,616 10,258 13,556 }

43.809 25,419 11,161 2,889 14,340 }

9.829 6,486 2,499 18 418 254 154

3.740 2,434 1,066 3 125 112

252.777 149.317

74.119

50.676

}

-

530 5,964 1,058

69.766 12.875 8,800 8,760 30,147 9,184

1982183

3t2249 1,636 22,933 1,434 6,370 123

3.65

-

7.877 304 21

1981182

17.827

-

-

1979180 1980181

1.536 311 13 166 1,028 18

-

}3,165

- 1983184

1.510 6 28 1,476 -

-

I

15.752 1,650 291 2,370 10,027 1,414

1975/76

9.836 8,017 1,340 290 174 }15 }

2.136 1,029 1,086 }21

16.627 15,070 610 692 1255 }

30.464 18.723 7,879 400 2,537 1925 I }

20.162 12,145 2,104 807 3,912 11,194 }

22.708

5.316

37.058

80.248

49.279

BB

J-1pur was a subdivision of Mymensiugh until December 31, 1978. Bandarban was a subdivision of the Chittagong Hill Tracts until 1982. Rice is procured in the form of paddy as well as of milled/busked rice. Unless othervise specified, data concerning the procurement of rice and paddy are uniformly expressed in terms of "rice equivalent", vhere the tonnage of paddy procured is converted into "rice equivalent" using a conversion ratio of 3:2.

Source: Ministry of Food.

-148Table

10.15

PROCURENIUT OF UHKEA ay DISTRICT, 1975176 (in long tons)

DivisionlDistrict

1975/76

Raisbahi Dinajpur Rangpur Bogra Rajshahi Pabns

2.509

Rhulna Kushtia Jessore

Ibulna Barisal Patuakhali Dbaka Jamilpur Is Mymensingh Tangail Dhaka Faridpur ChittaRouf Sylhet Comilla Noakhali

Total

1978/79

1.627 109 19 535 360 604

4.962 914 112 1,729 874 1,333

711 665 46 -

723 289 434 -

-

-

4.898 1,576 3,312 10 -

-

--

253

109

403

124 229

}24 50 35

3.189

375 4 371

3,189

Chittagong Hill Tracts Bandarban /b

1977/78

1,365 12 946 153 33

-

Chittagong

/a ib

1976/77

21.857 6,648 2,995 6,639 3,910 1,665 8.226 2,438 5,222 563 3

-

79.232 13,502 13,102 21,320 15,507 15,801

129,877 38,201 27,870 25,287 18,639 19,880

Ministry

of Food.

5.560 3,287 2,022 183 68

13.991 7,730 5,506 713 42

1982183

1983/$4

7.871 2,002 2,529 475 2,328 537

15.418 6,269 5,252 240 272 1,221

465 465 -

3.015 232 2,598 181 4

109.756 35,468 44,547 19,4O 4,387 5,914 6.270 1,370 4.848 52 -

}42 219 72 70

25.984 7,931 1,590 7,396 7,296 1,771

2.666 557 1,380 157 409 163

1.203 730 14 29 248 182

3.323 2,582 15 567 18 141

770 53 717

15.478 491 14,978

13.206 241 12,842 104 }19

14,385 1,715 12,468 109

2.227 105 1,615

3.956 313 3,643 -

1.931 324 1,603

-

4

-

-

-

-

}-

} 11.033

50.060

123.635

Ja alpur vas a subdivision of Mymensingh until December 1978. Bandarban was part of the Chittagong Hill Tracts until 1982.

Source:

1981182

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-

2.834

1980181

4.499 12 108 380 3,381 618

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6.662

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Table 10.17

RA$oN rssuE ANDSALESPRICES FOR FoODGRIAIS.

1965-1984

(in Taka per uaund)

EffectiveDate

Rice Wholesale Retail Issue Sale

Nov. Jan. Jan. Jan. July

1, 1965 1, 1970 11, 1971 15, 1973 1, 1973

25.40 29.62 29.00 28.82 38.82

Sep.

3, 1973 27, 1974 20, 1975 7, 1976 31, 1977

38.00

May Dec. Feb. Dec. Nay May Nov. Apr. Dec.

19, 3, 13, 11, 12,

1979 i980 1980 1981 1981

July 3, 1982 Jan. 3, 1983 Dec. 31, 1984

58.00 68.00 87.00 97.00

26.40 30.80 30.00 40.00 ...

60.00 70.00 90.00 100.00

Wheat Wholesale Retail Issue Sale (17.62)La (13.80)La 19.62 20.80 ... 28.82

30.00

28.00

...

48.00 53.20 67.00 77.00

50.00 55.00 70.00 80.00

117.00 137.00 136.00 151.20fb 171.00

120.00 140.00 140.00 155.20 175.00

87.00 107.00 106.00 112.00Lb 120.00/Lc

90.00 110.00 110.00 116.00 124.00

191.00 209.00 262.00

195.00 215.00 268.00

130.00jd 139.001e 167.00/f

134.00 145.00 172.90jt

- no change.

/a Since April 15, 1961. /', Since April 11, 1981, ex-godown/ex-mill issue prices payable by ration dealers have been differentiated alightly in accordance with the distance of the dealers' shops from the nearestMOF warehouse or mill, while retail prices have been maintained at a uniform level throughout the statutory rationing areas. As of January 3, 1983, the actual issue prices vary by up to Taka 0.50 per maund for rice, paddy and wheat. Lc Effective December 12, 1981, the issue price for wheat sold to flour mills and large employersvas set at Tk 129 per uaund. Ld Effective July 3, 1982, the issue price for wheat sold to flour mills and large employers was set at Tk 139 per maund. I Effective January 3, 1983, the issue price for wheat sold to flour mills and large employers was set at Tk 150 per maund. /f EffectiveApril 1, 1985. 1-ot^_ The wholesale issueprice is the ex-godown/ex-millprice charged to ration dealers (and includesthe cost of gunnies),while the retail sales Price is the price eharged to ration card holders buying their permissiblequota at ration shops. The difference betweenwholesale issue price and retail sales price, thus, representsthe officialmargin for the ration shop dealers. Source:

Miuistry

of Food.

-151-

Table 10.18 WEEKLYCEREALQUOTAPER ADULTCARDOLDERUNDERSTATUIORYRATIONING. 1973-1985 (in seers per cardholder La) Cereal Period

Total

Ouota Rice

lb Wheat

Rice/Wheat Ratio

March 19, 1973 - February 23, 1975

3.0

0.75

2.25

1:3

February24, 1975 - September 5, 1975

2.5

0.5

2.0

1:4

2.5

1.5

1.0

3:2

3.0

2.0

1.0

2:1

4.0

2.5

1.5

5:3

3.0

2.0

1.0

2:1

December 3, 1977 - May 2, 1980 /c

3.0

1.5

1.5

1:1

May 3, 1980 - January 2, 1981

3.0

1.0

2.0

1:2

January 3, 1981 - December 11, 1981

2.5

0.75

1.75

3:7

2.0

0.50

1.50

1:3

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0.50

1.50

1:3

September

6, 1975

- August 30, 1976

August 31, 1976 - October 15, 1976

October 16, 1976 - March 4, 1977 March 5, 1977 -

December 2, 1977

December 12, 1981 - July 17, 1983

July 18, 1983 /a - present

/a Effective on July 18, 1983, ration quotas are set in kilograms. /b Weekly quota for adults. Children are entitled to half the adult quota. The officialcereal quota remainedconstantduring the period indicated. The breakup into rice and vheat as shown here reflects the initial policy announcement,but the mix has varied occasionally.duringthe period depending on availability. In many cases the decisions to change the mix were ad hoc. sumary, different for differentareas, and records are not available. /c From early October to early December 1979, for the statutoryrationing area of Dhaka only, the cereal quota was changed to 2 seers of rice and 1 seer of wheat to help lover rice prices in the free market. Note: 1 seer - 2.057 lbs. Source: Ministry of Food.

Table1019U FOODGRAINOFFTAXEFROM THE PUBLIC FOODGRAINDISTRIBUTIONSYSTEMBY HAJOR CATEGORIES.1964/65- 1983/84 ('000

Year 1964/65 1965/66 1966/67 1967/68 1968/69

TOtal 709 964

Marketing Relief Essential Subtotal: Operations (R) and Food-forand Other All Priority (HO),Open Vulnerable Food-forStatutory Priority Groups Modified Market Sales Groups Work (FFW) Rationing Groups (EP, (SR, EP, LE, Rationing (OHS)& Free Feeding & Canal (SR) OP. LE. FM) OP. FH) (MR) Sale (FS) (VGF) DiYRjnL (CD)

648 1,038

143 162 224 197 223

141

364

1969/70 1970/71

1,354 1,318

243 210

171 97

414 307

1971/72 1972/73

1,734 2,618

281 465

162 350

443 815

1973/74

1,728

502

396

898

777

1974/75

1,764

471

554

1,045

1975/76 1976/77 1977/78 1978/79

1,677 1,473 1,847 1,796

359 377 451 417

584 551 753 754

943 928 1,204 1,171

1979/80 1980/81 1981/82 1982/83 1983/84

2,402 1,522 2,036 1,935 2,052

492 343 307 307 293

907 601 656 647 641

1,399 943 963 954 934

1,056

Olng tons)

PercentaseShares in Total (in 2) Priority Modified R, VGF, OHS, GrOUpS Ratigoing FFW &CD MO & 7

.. ..

-

,

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.. ..

..

..

70

-

35

58

7

15 233

-

31 23

68 59

1 17

4

421 207

-

50 61

24 8

-

52

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26 31 52

45

3

-

578

-

161

-

59

33

9

-

496 288 353 312

11 58 6 52

110 33 30 45

116 166 255 216

56 63 65 65

30 20 19 17

13 14 15 15

1 4

385 179 483 368 399

121 . 154 118 158

57 50 70 84 120

440 349 365 411 441

58 62 47 49 46

16 12 24 19 19

21 26 21 26 27

5

,, 604 925

778 871 1,592

.. .. .. .. ..

. less than 500 long tons. . not separatelyavailable. p - preliminaryforecast. CD - Canal DiggingProgram EP - EssentialPriorityGroups PPW - Food-for-Work Program Source:

Ministryof Food.

71 - FlourHills F8 - Pree Sales LE - Large Employer.

HO - Harketing Operations MR - ModifiedRationing OHS - Open Market Sales

OP R SR VGF

* * *

OtherPriorityGroup. Relief StatutUryRationing S VulnerableGroups Feeding

..

..

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3

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Lible10.2-0 TOTAL MONTHLY OFFTAKE OF FOODGRAINSFROMTHE PUBLIC FOODGRAINDrSTRIBUTION SYSTEM. 1972/73 ('000 metric tons) Month

1972/73 1973/74 1974/75 1975/76 1976/77 1977718 1978/79

- 1984/85

1979180 1980/81 1981/82 1982/83 1983/84

1984/85

July August September October November December

255 297 307 284 196 154

153 155 173 190 147 125

157 187 183 156 160 124

166 168 191 208 153 118

116 99 105 145 114 69

163 171 189 205 153 117

119 119 147 163 123 116

203 229 252 281 227 171

107 107 134 145 125 90

90 89 163 249 190 163

116 131 196 281 171 123

87 99 171 214 175 129

223 258 292 286 262 236

January February March April May

145 160 179 209 257 217

129 123 133 139 132 155

145 129 145 131 125 142

138 141 119 104 97 89

108 149 150 158 138 143

145 157 169 151 129 129

156 169 182 166 170 193

177 185 197 203 165 152

110 142 161 160 144 121

156 214 214 232 182 126

178 191 187 140 128 93

162 218 232 227 202 135

N. . N. ON .

1.784

1.693

1. 494

June

Total (Monthly Average)

2.660 (222)

1.754 (146)

(149)

(141)

Source: Ministry of Food; and World Food Programe, Dhaka.

(125)

L.8 (157)

L.823 L2.A2 A L.U (152)

(204)

(130)

2.068 (172)

LJ.31 L7.01 (161)

(171)

..

TakLg 1,2,1 ANDCAPACITYOF RICE HUSKINGHILLS ANDMODERN RICE MILLS. 1982 LOCATION Rice Huskin& Mills of Total Number of Husking Capacity Huaking per 8-hour day Husking cSapacity (tons) Hills

Division/District Wetwhahi Dinajpur Rangpur logra Raj3hahi Pabne

2.056 543 308 473 427 305

Khulna Kuahtia

1WM

9.838 4,053 1,184 1,652 1,796 1,153

Modern A Automatic Rice Hills Z of Total Storage Milling Capacity Number per 8-hour day Capacity Milling of Major capacity (tons) LtonL) Rice Mills

36,69 15.11 4.42 6.16 6.70 4.30

56 10 13 14 1

I.I6

21

2.232 1,471 220 248 278 15

Share of District Total Husking Total Rice 6 Hilling Production 1980/81 capacitZ AZ)

62.786 41,331 8,817 3,417 8,670 551

51.93 34.23 5.12 5.77 6.47 0.34

38.79 17.75 4.51 6.11 6.67 3.75

27.4 4.70 9.33 4.32 6.02 3.47

3Z 399

L.17

119A

U.4

-

-

34,460 2,388 551

5.47 1.26 0.44

2.04 4.20

1.51 4.00

4.34 6.46 0.90

4.11 4.83 2.89

Jeore

227 400

635 1,306

2.37 4.87

Ibulua Barisal Patuakhali

423 443 70

1,115 1,957 261

4.16 7.30 0.97

16 4 1

235 54 19

1.088 40 201 165 308 374

5.262 109 1,697 265 2,299 892

19.62 0.41 6.33

27 5 4 13 5

558

L=

58 61 358 81

1,029 2,829 4,776 918

1.35 1.42 8.33 1.88

0.54 5.65 8.54 3.13

6.05 3.38

2841

24.02

1.2L0

ZL§l

2.LU

9.41 6.02 3.53 3.58

14 4 6 40

194 52 108 846

32.330 5,364 1,837 8,817 16,312

27.L2

872 613 579 706

6.4 2,523 1,614 948 960

4.51 1.21 2.51 19.69

8.73 5.35 3.39 5.81

8.57 7.28 4.40 5.71

71

397

1.48

-

-

-

-

1.28

0.75

7.548

26.817

100.00

Dhaka

Ja"alpur Mymensingh

Tangail Dhaka Faridpur Chittatont

Sylhet Comilla Noakhali Chittagong Cbittagong

Hill

Tracts

Toal

LA Modern and automatic Source:

Hinistry

rice

1ill

of Food; Ministry

in operation of Agriculture;

-

0.98 8.57 3.33

on February

-

206 28, 1982.

Baaglademh Bureau of Statistics.

-

42

I.

142.L067

100.00

0.85

Q.10000

2A11 3.42 11.56

3.70

Table11.1 SILZCTKDINDICATOROOF RAILWAYCAPACITYANDPZUROIMNCB. 1969170 - 1983/84

(unit)

LA Route Hilean.

1969/704

(miles) ( n ) ) (

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Narrowgauge Loc2motivea. total Dicael,total Broad gauge

(

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n

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C "

VreluhtWaQoDe

Broadgauge ( Meter gauge ( Total"units" ( Total"4-wheelar unite"

Fertilizer

(

n

"

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(

to

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(

"

(

599 1,187

-

-

-

-

-

"

n

t

s

Total track sileage

173 34 141 318 115 203

4 173 32 141 277 92 185

_ 173 32 141 272 91 1el

605 1,159

-

-

-

-

An 173 32 135 255 8I 172

410 180 32 146 236 74 156

399 192 44 148 197 68 129

410 240 52 188 170 54 116

-

417 253 64 189 164 50 114

-

410 302 76 226 108 22 86

-

3U 299 76 223 67 18 69

16,823 19,616

16,100 16,081 15,626 16,802 16,925 16,656 16,529 16,857 16,717 17,007 16,976 16,683 18,667 18,573 17,742 18,903 19,005 18,724 18,585 18,454 19,366 19,898 20,196 19,892

) )

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4.aA-802

452 71 613 654 46 242 85 99

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210

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136 362

287

773,659

)

119,914 27,496 83,387

4,274

L2. 157 42 670

4,237 4,152

4,483 4,624

4,484 4,407

L.768 104 69 613

L89 2 114 87 486

3.333 230 179 595

3.110 348 284 271

I.=10 262 199 495

355 17

381 19 379 57 99

263 24 409 70 110

276 24 471 113 115

292 35 385 55 143

284 87 156 132

216

291

113

117

173 89

255 167

355 16 ..

..

49 66

41 89

333 20 417 95 104

..

112 175 128

50 121 108

188 101

54 114

4,252 4,149 4,302

L.j48 31.1. 220 291 81 223 547 626

4,292 4,086

2.937 188 139 470

3.179 269 232 564

2.951 245 93

846

243 123 674

263 36 250 50 107

212 26 354 31 100

213 30 358 49 69

220 22 294 77 64

274 20 340 54 125

334

335

333

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102

119

153

a5

77 146

110 190

84 181

80 176

318 82 48 114

338 190 42 68

I.056

408,105 368,603 381,152 456,851 435,692 480,742 512,775 522,711 481,080 516,446 497,727 516,844 .. .. ..

not available.

La

4AU

605 1,189

605 1,187

)

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n

516 178 34 144 338 115 223

L2.9

605 1,187

11,826 11,844 11,474 12,319 12,301 12,172 12,122 12,105 12,568 12,705 12,684 12,597

(long tone)

C

5 162 34 128 338 115 223

1.79

605 1,187

l.2

4,464

('000)

C

143 18 125 349Lb 121 222

1.7L9 1.792

599 1,187

L 599 1,187

12,359

)

C to

Totaltono-iles

Dieseloil Furnace oIl

1d .a7

599 1,187

)

('000tons) o ) ( s H ) ( " ) "

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L.78

599 1,187

) )

01 o ( of" ( g ( n

Fuel Consumption

L.8

599 1,167

An.

steam, total Broadgauge Metergauge

lao jute Jute goods Sugarcane Sugar Salt

1.78

599 1,187

(number) of ) t

Frgight Carried, tgtal lice Paddy Wheat

LIN

554 1,202 20

(

1974/751975/761976/771177/7819781791979/801280/811982/82 1991283 19U3/04

17u

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Meter gauge

227Z1273/74

in 1978/79wan 2,798 miles.

6 narrov gauge stceolocouotives. Includirg Ezxeluding fuelfortherailways andforthesilitary.

loure.:Bangladesh Railways; Bangladesh Bureauof Statistics.

..

.. ..

.. .. ..

.. .. ..

..

,. .,

.. .. ,.

51,636 31,829 23,294 23,030 16,021 5,013 30,889 32,151 34.797 39,757 38,879 42, 33 60,372 61,53248,637 36,441 18,384 5,473

e

Table 11.2 SELECTEDINDICATORSOF ROADAND INLAND WATER TRANSPORTCAPACITY. 1969/70 - 1981/82 (Unit)

1969//0

1972/73 1973/74 1974/75 1975/76

1976/77 1977/78

1978/79

1979/80 1980/81 1981/82

Road Transport Road Hileage,

total La - high - low

(miles) (miles) (miles)

Buses operating, private Trucks operating,private Bullockcarts (est.)

.

2,595 2,243 352

2,649 2,297 352

2,695 2,343 352

2,705 2,353 352

2,745 2,393 352

2,827 2,475 352

2,927 2,533 394

6,030 8,442 85

6,207 9,347 86

5,223 9,457 87

5,264 9,329 89

5,494 9,904 89

5,773 9,712 90

8,778 90

No.) ( No.) (p000)

5,879 9,608

( No.) t ) ( " )

1,285 (202)

.

.

.

(1,083)

.

. .

811

.

.

t

.

3,002 2,608 394

3,536 2,662 874

4,095 2,686 1,409

Inland Water Transnort Vessel.Registeredwith BIWTA Cargo (Self-propelled)

(Barges) Passengerand Cargo BIWTC Fleet Total - Self-propelledbarge - Inland & river barges Lb - Inland tugs - Mainland tugs - CoastersL.G Country Boats - Cargo - Paosenger

)

743 (743) t

t

"

t

No.) t )

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85 156

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86 158

..

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.

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..

..

..

617

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705 11 412 33 18 25

753 11 406 34 23 24

642 10 316 28 23 24

639 9 314 28 25 24

633 9 313 28 26 24

87 161

88 163

89 165

90 167

92 170

..

.

.

.

..

92 171

94 177

- not available

La Data cover only roads constructedand maintainedby the Roads and HighwaysDepartment. "High" roads are road. with cement, concrete, bituminous concrete or bituminous surface; aligned and have drainage structures. L. Including"jute boats" and "flats". /£ Can travel up the main river routes. Source: BangladeshBureau of Statistics.

"low" roads

are roads

with stone,

gravel,

brick

or earth

surface,

..

..

but which are properly

94 180

Table 11.3 INDICATORSOF RURALINFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT.1980/81 Villages with Primary Schools

Villageswith Primary Health Care Centers

Villages with Prizazy Markets

Villages with Electricitv

Villages with Post Office

Division/District

Total Villagea

Raishahi Dioajpur Rangpur Bogra Rajshahi Pabna

25.859 5,229 5,384 3,813 7,520 3,913

8.499 1,494 2,179 1,189 2,165 1,472

978 128 239 185 268 158

2.753 604 795 358 576 420

970 313 200 168 175 114

1.278 206 318 178 333 243

Khulna Kushtia Jessore Khulna Barisal Patuakhali

13.564 1,609 4,103 3,680 2,762 1,410

6j309 803 1,578 1,609 1,611 708

781 148 152 219 203 59

2,623 231 608 624 798 362

629 155 149 226 83 16

1.801 163 342 459 622 215

Dhaka Jamalpur Mymensingh Tangail Dhaka Faridpur

25.831 2,239 7,063 2,340 8,061 6,128

8.538 814 2,391 906 2,454 1,973

1.065 107 258 134 354 212

2.982 262 978 287 734 721

1.478 22 167 34 927 328

1.714 176 418 206 498 416

ChittaxonR Sylhet Comilla Noakhali Chittagong Chittagong Hill Tracts

20.396 10,189 5,853 2,132 1,664 558

7.817 3,213 2,304 1,184 883 233

1,155 295 423 255 155 27

2,595 851 765 525 399 55

1.724 539 614 207 344 20

1.676 438 564 372 281 21

Total

85.650

31.163

3,972

4.801

6,469

Source: Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics,Socio-Economic

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