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13,881 join rank of new millionaires

13 October 2021


News Desk  :
Some 13,881 people have joined the ranks of millionaires in Bangladesh last year despite the Covid-19 pandemic.
This is 16 per cent more than what it was during the same period in 2019, according to Bangladesh Bank data.
The central bank data shows that the number of millionaire bank accounts were 86,037 after June last year, which increased to 99,918 now.
BB data further reveals 5,646 millionaire bank accounts were added during the Q2 (April-June) while it was only 382 during the Q1 (January-March) of the current year.

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