I think Bangla is starting which the textile industry. both nations hire 10s millions of people in this industry.Why would anybody want to include a pandemic year in its calculation,Bangladesh gdp is far lower than India's.
Both quality of life and work environment in India is far far better, that's why we have Bangladesh immigrants in India, and not the other way around.
Also Bangladesh economy is highly dependent on textile, India's economy is far far diverse ranging from IT to engg. to petrochemicals etc.
Bangladeshis can only dream of that.
OROB is a dept trap and it's not the reason behind Bangladesh growth only Chinese morons would call it a game changer.
Indias per capita would had been higher if we didn't got struck by Chinese virus.China’s Belt and Road Initiative has resulted in several unsustainable debt-for-infrastructure deals in South Asia and Europe, which further Beijing’s geostrategic ambitions.www.google.com
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Google needs to be sued for allowing CGTN and its reporters to post Chinese Communist Party propaganda and lies (on Youtube) which cover up Uyghur genocide and forced labor in concentration camps in China.
Chinese projects have also not provided any significant benefit to the average Sri Lankan. More often than not, these are vanity projects, which have been used by powers-that-be for enrichment of self, kith, and kin.
The Lotus Tower, cricket stadium and port at Hambantota and Mattala airport have had no impact on the citizens, who are left struggling with rising prices and dropping income.
.The $104 million Lotus Tower was inaugurated in September 2019 with much fanfare. Yet, as with other Chinese projects, it was mired in controversy, with then President Maithripala Sirisena claiming that Chinese contractors were absconding with US$11 million
The Mattala airport, located in then President Mahinda Rajapaksa's home constituency, was built anyway, while Colombo airport continues to burst at its seams. Was it a coincidence that Mattala airport was financed by a loan from EXIM Bank of China while expansion of the Colombo airport was to be financed by Japan?The $20 -million airport built at Mattala is now infamous as the ‘Worlds Emptiest Airport'. Sri Lanka's Strategic Enterprise Management Agency had opposed construction of this airport and recommended that Colombo airport be expanded instead.
Similar issues have dogged Hambantota Port, which was built at a cost of $1.4 billion. Sri Lanka was forced to lease out the port for the long-term to the Chinese since the revenue generated by the port was not even enough for repayment of the interest component of the project's Chinese loans.
Notwithstanding pronouncements to the contrary, the Sri Lanka Ports Authority has an extremely limited role in running and controlling operations at Hambantota. The Sri Lankan Navy also has to plead with the Chinese to berth their own ships at the port.In 2017, the port earned only $2 million, whereas the annual loan repayment was in excess of US$70 million. Even at an annual growth rate of 20 per cent, the port would not have been able to cover its interest payments for the next 30 years. Clearly, this port was never intended to be viable in Sri Lankan hands!
Pushed by Communist China, government officials are forcing families to part with fertile agricultural land. This is a standard Chinese tactic seen all over the world and particularly evident in Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Maldives. However, violent protests by locals have stalled creation of this zone, for now.The Chinese authorities are now pushing for acquisition of 15,000 acres of land around the port to set up an export zone, claiming that the port does not make economic sense without this zone.
You missed the later part of whole article quoting only the one which suits your agenda.The Port City Project is estimated to have 22 per cent Chinese workers. An average Chinese construction worker is paid 1,000 LKR a day compared to 1,500 LKR that has to be paid to a Sri Lankan. In addition, the Chinese worker is also expected to work longer.
Wages in China increased to 93383 CNY/Year in 2019 from 84744 CNY/Year in 2018.
you are no better than any other CCP bot or u r alter id of @SexyChineseLady . she is my fav bitch on here. we were to meet in sanya hotel but she back tracked at last moment... I am still waiting with rubber and champagneThis has obviously made Chinese labour more desirable. Whilst official estimates state that there are 15,000 Chinese workers in Sri Lanka, the unofficial figure is closer to 100,000.
There is also no transfer of skill and knowledge to the local labour force. In a telling indication of the Chinese stranglehold on the local labour market, most major projects came to a standstill when Chinese workers, who had gone home for the Chinese New Year, could not return due to Covid-19 crisis.
Sri Lankan fishermen also face the brunt of poaching by Chinese IUU fishing vessels. IUU stands for Illegal Unreported and Unregulated. Recently, Chinese fishing vessels were found to be operating just outside the territorial waters of Colombo, but government authorities, unable to confront the Chinese, let these vessels off on a technicality.
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