Why is Tea in Bangladesh the 2nd chief oriented cash crop?

Press Release : October 21, 2016
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Thanks to Bangladesh Tea exporters, Tea is currently the second principal exportation orientated cash crop within the nation. Bangladeshi Tea is largely cultured within the hill trails of the north-eastern allot of the country. Controlled elevation and incline of the hill trails in addition to the unusually great amount of rainfall establishes this region to become appropriate with regards to production of excellent quality tea within Bangladesh.

In addition, a significant amount of tea is cultured within the hill trails of north-western and south-eastern allot of Bangladesh. Currently, 53 million kilograms (On the average) of Bangladeshi tea is being manufactured within 115,820.33 hectare of acres under 163 Bangladesh tea plantations.

Tea division puts up around 1 percent of the aggregate Gross Domestic Product (GDP) within Bangladesh. Such division uses up just about 0.2 million individuals at once and circuitously which is around 4.4 percent of the nation’s aggregate state of being employed.
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