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International Monetary Fund. Asia and Pacific Dept

frameworks. Finally, capacity at line ministries should be strengthened to integrate climate change requirements in planning and budgeting processes. E. Conclusion 19. Climate change presents new challenges on fiscal policy and institutional capacity and coordination . Adapting to climate change is already incurring significant economic and social costs, an additional strain on limited resources in Bangladesh. These costs are expected to increase significantly, warranting a more coordinated approach to estimating long-term needs, coordinating various

International Monetary Fund. Asia and Pacific Dept
This paper discusses three main issues: bank lending rates, impact of climate change on the economy of Bangladesh, and financial inclusion in Bangladesh. According to international standards, average bank lending rates and interest rate spreads in Bangladesh are not high. Various prudent policies have been implemented to bring interest rates down further. Bangladesh is considered among the top countries in the world for vulnerability to climate change, because of its geographical location and topography. The Bangladesh government has taken a number of initiatives to expand financial inclusion in the country. Financial inclusion helps increase the incomes of financially marginalized members of a society.