Despite the global crisis and inflation, Bangladesh exported 4.6 billion 7 million dollars worth of goods in August with a record growth of 36.18 percent. Which has also exceeded the set export target. The export target for the second month of the current financial year was $4.3 billion. On Sunday (August 4), the Export Development Bureau (EPB) reported this information. According to the data provided by EPB, in the last fiscal year 2021-22, goods worth 338 million 30 million dollars were exported in the world market in August. That is, compared to the last financial year, 122 crore 40 dollars more exports have been made this year. On the other hand, in July, the first month of this fiscal year, the export of goods worth Tk 398.48 million was 14.72 percent more than the same period of the previous year. According to the statistics, there is a growth of 25.31 percent in the country’s export income at the end of the first two months of the current financial year. The total export in two months was 8.59 billion 1.8 million dollars, which is 4.52 percent more than the target. Ready-made garments, home textiles and other apparel products have played a major role in exports as always. Garment export in July and August was 711 crore 26 dollars. The growth is 26 percent. Home textile exports worth $26.85 million in two months, which is 53 percent higher than the same period of the previous fiscal year. At the same time, the export of leather and leather products was 223.2 million dollars. The growth is about 28 percent. And the export of jute goods was 156.6 million dollars, where the growth is about 23 percent.