• Manufacturing Industry in Bangladesh and Malaysia
    Manufacturing Industry in Bangladesh and Malaysia Bangladesh economy achieved an economic growth of 5.8% during 2000-2009. The economy is rapidly growing. The per capita income in 2010 was around $1,700. Garment industry dominates Bangladesh, which grew at double-digit rates through most of the 1990s...
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  • Business
    and cultural constancy among the members country. Most of ASEAN countries have a good economic relation with Bangladesh. So ASEAN is an important and non-reject able organization in Bangladesh perspective. Chapter 2 Export to ASEAN countries 2.0 Introduction ...
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  • Recruitment and Selection
    relations and employment policies. – Coverage is led by Associate Editor Pete Fehrenbach. Fehrenbach also reports on the chemical and energy industries and coordinates the IndustryWeek Manufacturing Hall of Fame, IW’s annual tribute to the most influential executives and thought leaders in U.S. manufacturing...
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  • Industrial pollution
    1: I.1 Introduction: Bangladesh is an upcoming middle earning country. It has a large number of population. The working environment is good and the labor cost is less so there is an opportunity to establish industry in this country. There are many sector of industry in Bangladesh. The people of our country...
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  • I Want to Know More
    srgb Corporate Capability Statement SRG Bangladesh Limited House 45, Road 7, Block F, Banani, Dhaka 1213, Bangladesh * PO Box 7092, Dilkusha, Dhaka 1000, Bangladesh Tel: +88 02 9870861, 9870915, 9871839, 9871927, 9871680, 9871692 Fax: +88 02 9871436 eFax: +1 484 303 7583 E-mail: srgb@btcl.net.bd...
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  • Crg and Project Success
    credit facility. With the world moving toward Basal II the need to introduce a Risk Grading System (RGS) for the banking industry became immensely essential. In 2003, Bangladesh Bank made the Core Risk Management Guidelines (CRMG) mandatory. For the first time CRMG was introduced for grading unclassified...
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  • PROSPECTUS OF BSRM STEELS LIMITED
    Issue Managers ■ ■ ■ Alliance Financial Services Limited BSRM Steels Limited South Asia Capital Limited “If you have any query about this document, you may consult issuer, issue mangers and underwriters” PROSPECTUS OF BSRM STEELS LIMITED FOR ISSUE OF 2,000,000 ORDINARY SHARES AT TK.100.00...
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    economy of Bangladesh was once riding on jute, its major produce. In the late 1940s, its share of the world jute export market was 80%, which came down to 70% in the 1970s. Unfortunately, the trend of polypropylene products across the globe led to a setback for the jute industry of Bangladesh. Bangladesh...
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  • Pollution Problem in Dhaka
    UNIVERSITY, BANGLADESH ENV 101 Assignment Topics: Rivers of Bangladesh Submitted To: Kazi Sunzida Lisa Submitted By: Syeda Nafisa Noor Sec: 03; ID: 1020629 Date: 20/4/20 The Land of Great Rivers Rivers of Bangladesh have nurtured...
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  • The Shipbuilding Industry in Bangladesh: a Study on Ananda Shipyard & Slipways Ltd
    I: INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study ASSL is the largest shipyard in the private sector in Bangladesh and is the flagship in Ananda Group of nine companies & industries. Ananda Shipyard & Slipways Ltd. [ASSL] emerged as a limited company in 1999. The goodwill, experience, equipment...
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  • Ship Breaking
    economy for a number of reasons: 1. Production of steel: the scrapping of ships provides the country’s main source of steel and in doing so saves substantial amount of money in foreign exchange by reducing the need to import steel materials. Bangladesh needs 8 million tons of building materials per year...
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  • Shipbuiding in Bangladesh
    PROSPECT OF SHIPBUILDING INDUSTRY IN BANGLADESH Sazid INTRODUCTION 1 The shipbuilding industry in Bangladesh is now becoming a promising sector. This industry in Bangladesh will play a very important role in future competition against ship building nations like Vietnam and China. Successful shipbuilding...
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  • Overall Performance of the Kds Garments
    DCHAPTER-ONE: GENERAL TOPICS INTRODUCTION The term “Industrial Tour Report” means preparing a report on some industries after visiting the industries physically with a group or individually under a proper guidance, reviewing their process of operation or observing the procedure of production...
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  • Ready-Made Garments in Bangladesh
    According to Encyclopedia of Nations, “In 1970, the population of Bangladesh was about 66 million, and the country at one time had one of the highest birth rates in Asia. The country's population doubled between 1950 and 1977 and almost doubled again between 1977 and 2001, putting severe pressure on...
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  • Report on Potential Investment Sectors of Bangladesh:
    REPORT ON POTENTIAL INVESTMENT SECTORS OF BANGLADESH: PREPARED FOR: INTERNSHIP AND PLACEMENT COMMITTEE PREPARED BY: md. abdullah al kafi ROLL …… 36th batch, 26th july 2012 Department OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION University of development alternative 26th July 2012 Group : Highway...
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  • Analysing significance of intraindustry trade
    Analysing Significance of Intra-Industry Trade: Bangladesh perspective Submitted by, Ashma Siddiqa (08401097) Firoza Hossain (08401088) Nisha Alam (08401006) Sabina Razia (08401002) Students of MSS (2011-2012) Submitted to, Mr. Naim Uddin Hasan Awrangajeb Chow. Lecturer, ...
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  • India's Intra Saarc Trade Position
    Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) is an organisation of South Asian nations, which was established on 8 December 1985 when the government of Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka formally adopted its charter providing for the promotion of economic and social progress...
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  • Garments Industry
    Executive Summery Bangladesh is a tropical country in South Asia that is situated in the delta of two major rivers that flow down from the Himalayas (the Ganges and the Jamuna). The country’s land surface is therefore largely composed of alluvial silt, rendering the soil highly fertile. Historically...
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  • Public Sector Nationalization
    in Bangladesh are the Bangladesh Railway, Postal Department, Telephone and Telegraph Board, Power Development Board, Water Development Board, Customs Department, National Board of Revenue, ordnance factories, overseas communication services, and multipurpose river projects. 4. In Bangladesh public...
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  • Shipbuilding Industry of Bangladesh
    completing this questionnaire. Ship Building Industry of Bangladesh The history of indigenous shipbuilding in Bangladesh goes back a long way. It is one of the early industries developed in Bengal based on its old business of building boats and sea vessels. Bangladesh has a strong background in building ships...
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