Ashuganj City, Bangladesh

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Template:About Template:Infobox settlement Ashuganj City/Ashuganj (Template:Lang-bn) is a city in the Brahmanbaria District of Chittagong Division of Bangladesh in the Meghna River delta. Its altitude is 10 meters (36 feet).

The city is known for its power plant which generates much of the electricity for the country especially for the capital city. Zia Fertilizer Ltd is on the other side of Ashuganj. It produces chemical fertilizer for the country.It's specially known as commercial area. Almost 25% electricity supply from Ashugonj Power Station. In Ashugonj, more than 500 rice mills which means above 40% rice supply from Ashugonj. Zia Fertilizer is a biggest chemical fertilizer company. There is a Transit in Ashugonj which communicate with India. Ashugonj City is also known as river port. There is also a gas transmission company.

The area has experienced severe power shortages but a revamped project is being planned and implemented under Japanese Debt Relief Grant Aid.[1]

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