• Food Security of Bangladesh
    INTRODUCTION: In this era of globalization, where we talk about world friendship-brotherhood and world peace, where we intervene in a country, where democracy is not working well, where military spending is increasing day by day. Where first world country like USA throwing their surplus foo
    Premium 1185 Words 5 Pages
  • Foreign Exchange Market of Bangladesh
    1. Introduction 1.1 Objective Objective of this report is to give an overview of the Foreign Exchange Market. Towards that, an attempt has been made to describe the nature of the market, identify the traders and factors, and give an idea about the size of the market and the volume of trading
    Premium 7684 Words 31 Pages
  • Bangladesh Commerce Bank
    1. Introduction Bangladesh Commerce Bank Limited (BCBL) was established by the act no. I2 of 1997, passed by the Parliament of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh. Subsequently on February 8, 1998 as per clause 7(7) of act 12 of 1997, the Government constitut
    Premium 10440 Words 42 Pages
  • Bangladesh Disease Control Program
    Disease Prevention and Control Program Ghoshbagh, Bangladesh Background: Following the cyclone that struck Ghoshbagh on April 30, 2011, our team which was dispatched by the URL headquarters, continues to work in the camp of 5,000 internally displaced people. We have bee
    Premium 4074 Words 17 Pages
  • Bangladesh Climate Change: Stratigies
    Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh BANGLADESH CLIMATE CHANGE STRATEGY AND ACTION PLAN 2008 Ministry of Environment and Forests Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh BANGLADESH CLIMATE CHANGE STRATEGY AND ACTION PLAN 2008 September 2008 Published by: Ministry of Envi
    Premium 22563 Words 91 Pages
  • Fairs and Festivals in Bangladesh
    Introduction Bangladesh appeared on the world map as an independent and sovereign state on December 16, 1971 following the victory at the War of Liberation with Pakistan, Bangladesh is a member of the United Nations (UN) and its various specialized bodies and agencies including ESCAP. She is also a
    Premium 4366 Words 18 Pages
  • Bangladesh
    Bangladesh I. Introduction The people’s republic of Bangladesh is a country in south Asia. It is a low lying riverine country located between the foothills of the Himalayas and the Bay of Bengal. It has border with neighbor country India which surround it in all the western, northern and mos
    Premium 29957 Words 120 Pages
  • Launching Wal-Mart in Bangladesh
    Term Paper Launching Campaign of Wal-Mart in Bangladesh EXECUTIVE SUMMERY Wal-Mart is coming Bangladesh with their two outlets, one in Dhaka and one in Chittagong. As their marketing agency we are going to run all kind of advertising and marketing operation throughout 3 months which is go
    Premium 7918 Words 32 Pages
  • Rising World Food Prices and Situation in Bangladesh: What Bangladesh Can Do
    1. Introduction The era of cheap food is over. The world has witnessed a record increase in Food, grain and commodity prices, and prices are expected to remain high for the near future. For the world’s poorest people, higher food prices are devastating. Food can account for as much as 80 per c
    Premium 15864 Words 64 Pages
  • Corporate Social Responsibility Reporting in the Perspective of the Banking Sector in Bangladesh
    CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION 1 Origin of the Report CSR entails voluntary observance of non‐binding ‘soft law’ social and environmental obligations, beyond compliance compulsions with binding laws and regulations. In recent years, there has been an increasing trend in corporate social
    Premium 15118 Words 61 Pages
  • Cultural Change of Bangladesh
    "Bangladesh" is a combination of the Bengali words, Bangla and Desh, meaning the country or land where the Bangla language is spoken. The country formerly was known as East Pakistan. Location and Geography. Bangladesh straddles the Bay of Bengal in south Asia. To the west and north it is bounded by
    Premium 7858 Words 32 Pages
  • Micro-Finanace in Bangladesh
    Objectives of the study The objective of this study is to identify the rural finance situation of Bangladesh. The organized rural finances condition. The prime organizations to offer rural finances throughout the country. The impediments to render rural finances. Methodology of the study
    Premium 9909 Words 40 Pages
  • Overview of Bangladesh Retailing Industry
    Retail trade is one of the traditional businesses of Bangladesh. Its expansion is keeping pace with population growth and changes in consumption patterns, which are consistent with the growth of the economy. This expansion has not been structurally organized, because, until recently, retailing had
    Premium 6793 Words 28 Pages
  • Corporate Social Responsibility in Bangladesh
    Introduction Business houses, right from the inception of human race, have been regarded as constructive partners in the communities in which they operate. Though they have been instrumental in creating employment, wealth, products and services, yet the pressure on business to play a role in soci
    Premium 3394 Words 14 Pages
  • Free Market Economy Bangladesh India
    Concept of Free Market Economy with focus to Indian Economy and options for Bangladesh 1 1.0 INTRODUCTION Free market economy has become the only economic system dominating the world after the collapse of socialism in Soviet Union and other East European countries. Today, the application of
    Premium 3081 Words 13 Pages
  • Csr in of Pharmaceutical Sectors in Bangladesh
    CORPORATE SOCIAL PRACTICES IN BANGLADESH: A STUDY ON PHARMACEUTICAL SECTORS IN BANGLADESH. Report On CORPORATE SOCIAL PRACTICES IN BANGLADESH: A STUDY ON PHARMACEUTICAL SECTORS IN BANGLADESH. Course Code: BUS-498 Submitted to: Md. Jahirul Islam Lecturer, ASAUB
    Premium 10488 Words 42 Pages
  • Bangladesh Economy
    CHAPTER 2 GDP, SAVING AND INVESTMENT [The global economic downturn during 2007-2009 had some degree of negative impact on Bangladesh economy. The economy had experienced modest fall of GDP growth during the period. However in the wake of global recovery the economy rebounded and has posted a gro
    Premium 4628 Words 19 Pages
  • Corporate Social Responsibilities Practises in the Banking Sector in Bangladesh
    INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION Banking system occupies an important place in a nation's economy because of its intermediary role; it ensures allocation and relocation of resources and keeps up the momentum of economic activities. In a developing country like Bangladesh, the
    Premium 12672 Words 51 Pages
  • Culture of Bangladesh
     Introduction to the country: "Bangladesh" is a combination of the Bengali words, Bangla and Desh, meaning the country or land where the Bangla language is spoken. The country formerly was known as East Pakistan.  What is Culture: o The set of shared attitudes, values,
    Premium 2905 Words 12 Pages
  • Customers’ Attitudes Towards Retail Chain Store Services in Bangladesh – a Comparative Study Between Retail Chain Store and Small Retail Store
    Customers’ attitudes towards retail chain store services in Bangladesh – A comparative study between retail chain store and small retail store Mohammad Zahedul Alam[1] S.M. Sohel Rana[2] Abstract: The aim of this paper is to analyze the customers’ attitudes towards retail chain store se
    Premium 6047 Words 25 Pages