Remittance inflow rose to an eight-month high in March which was nearly 25 percent higher than the previous month of the current fiscal 2021-22.
According to the Bangladesh Bank (BB) latest data, expatriate Bangladeshis sent US$1,859.97 million remittance in March of the fiscal 2021-22 which is the highest since July when $1,871.49 million flew into the country in remittances, BSS reports.
In March, six state-owned commercial banks – Agrani, Janata, Rupali, Sonali, Basic and BDBL – received $333.39 million while one state-owned specialized bank- Bangladesh Krishi Bank- received $30.80 million.
Of the state-owned banks, Agrani Bank received $121.59 million, Janata Bank $57.95 million, Rupali Bank $45.67 million, Sonali Bank $108.01 million and Basic Bank received $0.17 million.
Besides, the expatriates have sent $1,487.35 million through private commercial banks.