According to the Global Competitiveness Index of 2017-2018, Bangladesh has the second-worst roads in Asia.
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The index has a score of 1-7. Bangladesh scored just 3.1 for quality of roads, a subsection under infrastructure. In terms of overall infrastructure, Bangladesh scored worse with 2.9, the second-worst among Asian countries.
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The only country below Bangladesh is Nepal – which has a dismal 2.8 score and is prone to earthquakes, floods, and landslides.
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Off-road vehicles are the primary means of transport in Himalayan mountain roads Bigstock
The best roads in Asia belong to Singapore which has a score of 6.3 out of 7.
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Traffic on a road in Chinatown of Singapore Bigstock
The index, as prepared by the World Economic Forum, is part of an annual report which examines a wide range of variables to rank countries in terms of competitiveness in the global context.
The entire report is attached below: