Like many other third-world countries, Bangladesh relies quite heavily on exports to provide for the needs of its densely populated nation. The same products sold locally will generally fetch a much lower price than they would on the international market. This means that it is far more profitable for the country to engage in exportation than it is to engage in local trade. While this may ...
The Chittagong Hill Tracts is the only major hill region in Bangladesh. Situated in the southeast of the country, this Bangladeshi mountain range covers around 13,184 km squared or one-tenth of Bangladesh's land area. Keokradong is a well known mountain in Bangladesh and was at one stage considered the highest point in the country.