Online entrepreneurs thriving in Bangladesh

Internet transforming lives of farmers and labourers despite the meagre 10 percent usage in the entire country.

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    Only about 10 percent of Bangladeshis are connected to the internet, but it is already transforming lives. In some areas, farmers and labourers are making 10 times what they used to by selling things online.

    Al Jazeera's Maher Sattar reports from Sylheti Bazaar.


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