As of July 1, 2015, the country has been plunged into an economic crisis, which will likely continue into 2016.
There are currently over 2.8 million unemployed people, as of June 30.
In addition, the economy has been battered by a devastating war, a devastating economic depression and a global pandemic.
This year, there are a number of new reports about what could happen.
The World Bank estimates that at least 2.2 million jobs will be lost during the next three years due to the war, as well as a global recession, according to The Associated Press.
This has led to a huge influx of migrants.
“We have seen that many of the migrants coming in are from Central Asia,” Dr. Karim Nouri, the CEO of the National Council of Refugees, told ABC News.
“They’re going to be facing challenges.
It’s not just going to happen in the capital, but they’ll be facing the problems in their own country.
They’ll be dealing with economic difficulties, and they’re also facing the issue of whether they want to be refugees or whether they’re going back to their own countries.”
In addition to the financial strain, there is also the issue that many people are going back home and taking jobs, which is what the National Alliance for a Democratic Society is trying to bring to the country.
“If they come back, they’re probably going to take jobs,” Nouri said.
“This is something that is going to affect their lives, their livelihoods.
We’re asking them to leave their jobs and to go back to work.”
He said many of these jobs will not be with government agencies.
“I don’t know how many of them are going to come back to the government sector, because there’s no government to get their paychecks, and so they’re just going back, and we’re going after them with a law that says we’re gonna take their money.”
According to Nouri’s research, between 5 percent and 9 percent of the unemployed people are looking for a job.
He said it is estimated that the economy will be losing up to $15 billion a month over the next six years.
According to Dr. Nouri and Dr. Kajal K. Singh, the director of the Center for National Policy at New Delhi University, the problem is not just a problem for the people of Bangladesh.
It is also a problem in other countries in the region.
“It’s very hard to find jobs because we are not in a position to get enough foreign investment to create a decent economy,” said Singh, who is also affiliated with the National Initiative for Bangladesh.
“The problem is with the people who are displaced and we have to make sure that they don’t stay displaced.”
While there are some signs that there is some progress, there remains a huge challenge ahead.
“There’s no real government in Bangladesh, and there’s a lack of leadership.
We have a long way to go,” said Nouri.
“And that’s what is driving us to do this.
The next generation is going back.
The problem is, we have a lot of people coming in, and the government is not able to manage it.
And it’s going to have a huge impact on the entire country.”
He added that the National Coalition for Bangladesh, which he founded in 2014, has been working hard to bring these people back.
“Our focus is on helping them stay here and be part of the economy, and to give them a fair wage, to give their children a fair education, to provide them with job opportunities and to provide for their family,” he said.
The group is also working with the International Rescue Committee to help them find jobs and provide assistance.
The National Alliance also has been helping families displaced by the pandemic, including those who are currently living in shelters.
“Many of these families have had to leave the country because they’re not able afford to buy food, they have no money to buy water, they don and they have nowhere to live,” said Dr. Singh.
“So we are trying to give the families a voice.”