Kazi and Kazi Tea

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Kazi & Kazi tea
Kazi & Kazi tea is the only substantial organic tea grower in Bangladesh. The tea garden is located at the Tetulia, the Northern district of Panchagar, only 50 km south of Darjeeling. Kazi and Kazi Tea is the pioneer of organic tea produced in Bangladesh and the first to be certified by international certifying authorities. Kazi & Kazi produces premium quality tea from their tea-estate. Their tea garden is the first and the largest tea garden in Bangladesh. Kazi & Kazi tea was most highly valued at the tea auction in 2004. Their premium quality tea is available in Bangladesh under the brand Kazi & Kazi, which is widely, accepted by the consumers as best quality tea in Bangladesh. Kazi & Kazi tea markets its product internationally under the Brand Teatulia. The teatulia tea is promoted in the prestigious Harrods in UK and it is the only local tea brands to export tea in USA and Japan. It is also the only local tea to be carried out in the prestigious Harrods of UK the brand Teatulia is greatly accepted in USA as one of the favorite tea of the consumers. Kazi & Kazi teas have wide variety of tea under the Kazi & Kazi and Tetulia brand. The different types includes, Teatulia Black, Tetulia white, teatulia Green, Earl of Bengal, Bengal Breakfast, Neem Nectar, Tulsi infusion, Lemongrass Herbal Infusion, Ginger Herbal Infusion, Peppermint Herbal Infusion. Under Kazi & Kazi brand there are Kazi & Kazi Organic Black Tea, Organic Tulsi Tea, Organic Green Tea and Orthodox Black Tea. It is the only local brand to be certified organic by USDA and SGS.

The mission of Kazi and Kazi tea is to produce great tea by supporting natural and social environment. The philosophy of Kazi & Kazi is to produce to not by harming nature but by sustaining it. They have started their tea garden in virgin land of Tetulia, which has never used before for any cultivation under the permission from Bangladesh Tea board on August 6, 2000. The company is eager to engage with the community. From this they have started many social responsibility programs, which include poverty alleviation through cattle rearing, Safe hygienic distribution, Adult literacy Education, and IT education, Distribution of Herbal and Medical Plant and many more.

About Malaysia

Geographic Location
Malaysia is located in the heart of South-East Asia, slightly north of the equator. Malaysia consists of two geographical region named Peninsular Malaysia and East Malaysia. It is comprised of 11 states and the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur. Another one is East Malaysia consisting of two states and Federal Territory of Labuan. The total area of Malaysia is about 329,847 sq. km.

People
Malaysia is known as multi-racial country. As of 2010, the total population of Malaysia is 28.3 million with an annual population growth rate of 1.7%. Malays are the prominent group comprising of 53.3% of total population. Others include 26.0%, indigenous 11.8%, Indian 7.7%, and others 1.2%. Most of Malaysians are Muslims consisting of 60.40% and then Buddhism 19.2% following Christianity and others. Malaysia has a literacy rate of 93.5%.

Language
Bahasa Melayu is the official language of Malaysia. However English is widely used for business. Apart from this languages Chinese and Tamil language are also common in Malaysia.

Currency
The local currency is Ringgit Malaysia (RM). The current exchange rate of 1 RM is 24.54 BDT. Foreign currencies can be readily exchanged from banks or licensed moneychangers in Malaysia.

Economy
As of 2010 the nominal GDP of Malaysia is $ 255.3 billion. Annual real GDP growth rate of Malaysia was 6.3%, 4.6%, -1.7% and 7.2% for 2007, 2008, 2009 and, 2010 respectively. The estimated GDP growth rate by Malaysian government is 5-6% in 2011. Though the GDP growth rate was negative, Malaysia has positive 7.2% GDP growth in the subsequent year. The GDP growth was largely...
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