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IT revolution in Bangladesh for a double-digit GDP growth

Posted October 15th, 2013 by |
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IT revolution in Bangladesh for a double-digit GDP growth   Nasir Uddin 6.08.2012 Bill Gates, the founder of Microsoft, is one of the wealthiest persons in the world with a strong global corporate image. He became a man of fortune by doing IT business. The income of 225 rich men in the world is half […]

ঐতিহাসিকভাবে দিনাজপুর একটি সম্ভাবনার অঞ্চল (land of oportunity)

Posted October 13th, 2013 by |
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Dinajpur is a land of opportunity. Its diverse terrain that presents a potential of different crops and underground  natural resources if extracted can supply the nation with at least one third of its energy needs. Flood protection or construction rocks and granite are found in here only. For hundreds of year Dinajpur is a land […]

ছোট ব্যবসা, ব্যবস্থাপনা এবং পরিচালনা

Posted October 12th, 2013 by |
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সুচীপত্র (Contents)   (যে কোন আইটেম আলাদা ভাবে পড়তে চাইলে সেই আইটেমের উপর কারসর রেখে কন্ট্রোল চেপে ক্লিক করলেই সেই আইটেমে চলে যাওয়া যাবে সরাসরি)   শুরুর কথা… 2 ১। ছোট ব্যবসার সংঙ্গা… 3 ২। পুজী কি… 3 ৩। পুজীর উতস এবং যোগান.. 4 ৪। ব্যক্তিমালিকানা বা পারিবারিক ব্যবসা… 5 ৫। অংশিদারি বা পার্টনারশিপ ব্যবস্যা…. […]

BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT

Posted October 12th, 2013 by |
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BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT Faridpur, Dinajpur, Kushtia top list United News of Bangladesh . Dhaka 2 August 2010 Faridpur, Dinajpur and Kushtia are the top ranking districts that performed well in terms of business environment, according to a survey.    The survey, Bangladesh Economic Governance Index – 2010, was circulated at a function at Sonargaon Hotel Sunday.    The […]

On benefits of infrastructure

Posted October 12th, 2013 by |
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On benefits of infrastructure 28.03.2012 The Financial Express  Abdul Bayes The main benefits of infrastructure come from marketing of inputs and outputs. Market orientation has increased over time more in villages with developed (good roads) rather than underdeveloped roads. For example — as shown by a survey of households spreading over 62 villages, the share […]

Barriers to SME growth: The non-financial dimensions

Posted October 12th, 2013 by |
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Momtaz Uddin Ahmed 25.05.2011 – The Financial Express Discussions on the constraints to small and medium enterprise (SME) growth generally highlight their financially-related predicaments. This is for the valid reason that restricted SME access to sources of capital and credit is the most severe operational constraint facing these enterprises. However, at the same time, it […]

Bangladesh’s resource base

Posted October 12th, 2013 by |
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 Bangladesh’s resource base  Abdul Bayes 18th. July 2012 The Financial Express Mahabub Hossain, an eminent economist of the country, provides a succinct summary of the resource base of the country which can, at times, be paraphrased and presented before the readers. Land, the most important natural resource for production, is extremely scarce in Bangladesh and […]

Venture capital: A key to economic development of Bangladesh

Posted September 24th, 2012 by |
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Venture capital: A key to economic development of Bangladesh  Syed Ejaz Ahsan The Financial Express, 24.09.2012 The economy of Bangladesh has for some time been on a momentum of growth. As a result, the country is experiencing growth in almost every sector. The growth in manufacturing and agriculture is viewed as vital for any growing […]

Two sides of Brand Bangladesh

Posted March 28th, 2012 by |
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Two sides of Brand Bangladesh  Hasnat Abdul Hye 28.03.2012 Like the Greek god Janus Bangladesh as a brand name to outsiders reveals two sides. But unlike the Greek god’s image the two sides in brand Bangladesh are not alike. Far from being a simulacrum of each other they are in stark contrast. Take the most […]

Tailoring financial services for the rural economy

Posted June 30th, 2011 by |
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Tailoring financial services for the rural economy Mohd Fahad Ifaz Financial Express – 30th June 2011 While agriculture’s share of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in much of the world has dropped, the developing world still depends on agriculture to provide livelihoods. The rural economy of Bangladesh has experienced significant structural changes during the recent decades. […]