Hossain, Md Tofazzal
Jute has a historical prominence in the economy of Bangladesh.
It is the second most important crop after rice and the main cash crop
of the farmers. About 90 per cent of the population of Bangladesh living
in rural areas are directly or indirectly dependent on agriculture. Out
of 9 million rural families the fate of 5 to 6 million families, mostly
small cultivators and rural labourers, is directly associated with jute.
Some 50 thousand people are engaged in various phases of jute...[Show more]
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