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...Bangladesh Portfolio (Bangladesh) Titus Rock Manickam Order No. 222602 29 April 2008 Portfolio (Bangladesh) 1. Level of (under) development and perception of development for Bangladesh. A cursory look at the statistics showing the level of progress or lack of it in Bangladesh does not strike any impression. If anything, it shows that the picture is gloomy as ever. Refer to any index: Corruption Perception Index (156 out of 163 in 2006 and 162 out of 179 in 2007), Economic Freedom Index (143 out of 157 in 2007 and 149 out of 157 in 2008), Global Hunger Index (109 out of 115 in 1999 and 99 out of 116 in 2003), Human Development Index 137 out of 177 in 2004 and 140 out of 177 in 2005), etc... Portfolio...
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Islamic Banking in Bangladesh
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...Bangladesh An way to the light". Executive Summary The prime objective of this report is tofind out the overall situation, performance of Islamic (shariah based) Banking in the banking Industry as well as in Bangladesh and how Islamic Banking system can be "An Way to the Light" for the development of a country. More elaborately this report will show the importance of Islamic Banking, development model for a country through Islamic banking. 1) In the introduction I discussed about how I have conducted this report and what the elements of this report are. 2) Then I give an overview of Islamic Banking & Conventional Banking, difference between Islamic Banking... Research Paper on "Islamic Banking in...
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Telecommunication Industry in Bangladesh
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...Bangladesh. There fore the mobile phone and network providing industry takes place in Bangladesh. This report discuss about the Mobile phone and network service providing industry in Bangladesh, present a background and introduction of Grameenphone Ltd. Market trends, market... In today's competitive business environment, knowledge and understanding of market place is essential. Market is the set of actual and potential buyers. From the very beginning the market has created by its own needs. And to satisfy buyers needs and wants industries was established. In everywhere in the world industry establish depends up to the market. Beside land phone the needs of mobile telecommunication is very high in...
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Country Analysis Bangladesh
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...Bangladesh POPULATION Population Density: Bangladesh's population density providesevidence of the problems the nation faces. In 1901 an average of 216 persons inhabited one square kilometer. By 1951 that number had increased to 312 per square kilometer and, in 1988, reached 821. By the year 2000, population density was projected to exceed 1,000 persons per square kilometer. rank country area sq.km. population 2005-07-01 est. humans per sq.km. 1. Bangladesh 144,000 144,319,628 1,002 2. Taiwan 35,980 22,894,384 636 3. Occupied Palestinian Territory 6,220 3,761,904 605 4. Korea, South 98,480 48,422,644 492 5. Puerto Rico 9,104 3,916,632 430 6. Netherlands 41,526 16,407,491 395 7... s Country Analysis -...
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Business in Bangladesh
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...Bangladesh as the subject developing country for this research paper. As a developing country, it may seem, on its face, that Bangladesh is not usually considered as a profitable country to do business in. However, if we were to omit the financial condition of the Bangladeshis and focus instead on the resources of the country, the situation would be different. Bangladesh is home to an abundant source of agricultural products, particularly... Introduction Developing countries are characterized by poverty and the poor people who live in these areas. However, amidst all the financial problems that these people may have, they are still considered as potential customers for businessmen who want to expand...
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Child Labour in Bangladesh
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...Bangladesh and elsewhere throughout Southeast Asia necessarily implies. Furthermore, the essay will seek to define the responsibilities that corporations have as part of a broader corporate responsibility in the way they behave and interact with their employees/supply chain. Is there a universal moral code that MNC’s should abide by or does the theory of relativism apply where a company should abide by the rules of the country... the definition of child labour is of utmost importance, it is necessary for the reader to come to an understanding of the fact that this definition is not static and has changed a great deal over the past several decades. Hosen, M, Khandoker, M, & Islam, S 2010,...
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The textile industry in Bangladesh
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...Bangladesh By THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY IN BANGLADESH Historical context Bangladesh is a southern Asian country, bordering India and Burma. It has a population of close to 164 million people. The average growth of Bangladesh economy is 6% yearly over the last 20 years and its population increase is averagely 1.59% yearly. Its manufacturing industry accounts for approximately 12% of the country’s GDP in 2009 and 2010.The textile industry has played a vital part in country’s economy for a long time. The industry accounts for close to 50% of all industrial employment and contributes 5% to the GDP. The industry has nearly 4 million employees, mostly women (Bhattacharya 1998... ). A whopping 78 % of...
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Global Business Cultural Analysis: Bangladesh
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...Bangladesh Introduction This research paper concerns about the cultural perspectives of doing business in another nation. The paper has a detailed analysis of cultural elements and dimension of Bangladesh. A detailed analysis of the cultural elements of US has also been covered in this paper to find out the issues in terms of business culture of US organization can be find out in a US organization if it wants to start business operation in Bangladesh. As the culture of people and also the organizational or business culture of the both the countries are different so a US company might face some issues in terms cultural diversity among the employees and also... ? Global Business Cultural Analysis:...
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Strategiy/Reform Plan for Bangladesh
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...Bangladesh also, its high time developmental reforms are initiated, with a focus on local level implementation. Challenges Rising food prices are provoking riots... ?LDC Strategy/Reform Plan-Bengladesh Modernization and development The process of human development is to be inclusive of a socioeconomic, cultural and institutional dimension and modernization is considered to be a materialization of the socioeconomic dimension (Inglehart and Welzel, 2005, pp.3). The socio-economic modernization is supposed to bring in, into a society, values that support “civil and political liberties that constitute democracy” and this will empower the people to have an enhanced right to make “autonomous choices”...
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Why are Chinese factories turning to Bangladesh
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...Bangladesh? Table of Contents Introduction 3 Thesis ment 4 Globalisation as a Driving Force for Chinese Factories to Turning to Bangladesh 4 Classifying the Political and Economic Conditions of China and Bangladesh 6 The Role of Stakeholders with an Interest in the Situation 7 Critically Evaluation of the Objectives of Government 8 Conclusion 9 Works Cited 11 Introduction Over the previous decade, globalisation has been a major driving force which has influenced many business entities to expand and to operate their activities beyond the shores of their own country (A Global Ethic Now, “Driving Forces Behind Globalisation’). This scenario has been a major... ”). Thus, in order to mitigate this...
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Negative Consequences of Economic Growth in Bangladesh
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...Bangladesh A country's economic growth may be defined as a long-term rise in capa to supply increasingly diverse economic goods to its population, this growing capacity based on advancing technology and the institutional and ideological adjustments that it demands.1 However, unbridled economic growth may have negative effects such as on ecological systems that are essential to wildlife conservation. Decline in environmental quality and loss of biological diversity are not easily assessed in conventional economic models, where these consequences would be regarded as externalities.2 Environmental damage is also inextricably linked to two widening gaps... Negative Consequences of Economic Growth in...
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EFFECTIVENESS OF HEALTH AND SAFETY AT WORK PLACE IN BANGLADESH
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...BANGLADESH Insights from Garments Industry of Bangladesh [Pick the date] 1. Introduction Bangladesh is a developing country and is famous for low wage labor availability abundantly. Because of this charm, many international buyers are attracted towards Bangladeshi readymade garment industry. They high quality garments available at lower costs with higher acceptance at their local markets. Everything was going on the track but some events put an alarming situation for Bangladeshi government as well for international buyers. Fire and collapse incidents proved that compliance with employee safety was not being assured and workers... ?[Type the company EFFECTIVENESS OF HEALTH AND SAFETY AT WORK PLACE IN...
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Mercury in fish, international ( bangladesh ) VS national ( USA )
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...Bangladesh. The paper illustrates how mercury in fish poses significant environmental hazards in the U.S and Bangladesh. The paper compares how these two countries are affected by this environmental challenge. The paper is based on two studies carried out in Bangladesh and the U.S. In the first study, Rees et al. (2007) aimed at elucidating how toenail mercury is related... Mercury Contamination in Fish Mercury Contamination in Fish Objective The objective of the project is to highlight the impact of a selected substance on the environment. In this regard, the paper specifically examines health effects of mercury from dietary fish. The paper narrows down to two regions; the U.S.A (New Hampshire) and...
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Case Study: Bangladesh Power System Expansion calculations only
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...Bangladesh Power System Expansion With the information given below, please calculate the following WACC in real terms for each component, and for the project overall. 2 Exchange rate following purchasing power parity method for the years 2012 to 2016. 3 The international and domestic price contingency for the years 2012 to 2016. The Project will finance the conversion from Open Cycle to Combined Cycle of 4 gas-powered generation facilities, namely, Khulna, Bhagbhari, Sylhet, and Shajibazaar. The capacity of the open cycle facilities for the 4 units is 150 MW, 100 MW, 150 MW, and 70 MW respectively. By implementing the conversion to combined cycle and introducing a steam cycle... is subject to...
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What are the relative health impacts of using (i) Arsenic- contaminated groundwater and (ii) surface waters as drinking waters in Bangladesh. Should Bangladesh
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...Bangladesh. Should Bangladesh Instructions: Abstract Contents/Lists of Figures/Tables Introduction Methodology Results Discussion Conclusions References Harvard System Running Head: ARSENIC CONTAMINATED GROUNDWATER IN BANGLADESH Relative Health Impacts Of Using Arsenic Contaminated Groundwater And Surface Waters As Drinking Waters In Bangladesh; Should Bangladesh Use Treated... COMMENTS: Firstly id like to apologize for the rude attitude but u should understand me as it is important to my degree.I found your contentadded later was really irrelevant to my dissertation which should focus on the health impacts of using ground and surface water as drinking water in Bangladesh.Pay attention,the...
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Assess the impact of international business on social and economic conditions in bangladesh
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...Bangladesh, both methods are used to remunerate the employees. Recently they have been discussion over the minimum wage an employer should remunerate his/her employees. Bangladesh is well known for her export in garments which is the leading foreign currency earner. However, the individuals involved in the production process get mere peanuts which had impacted on their living standards. Workers were forced to go to the streets to fight for their rights... number Wage and international business A wage is a form remuneration extended to an employee by an employer on a given task. The remuneration can be on the basis of the work done or the number of hours the employee as performed a given task. In...
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The politics in itself can be a major force in determining growth and development of a country. Discuss the cases of Vietnam and Bangladesh
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...Bangladesh The trajectory of growth and development of a country is highly correlated with that of the political conditions as well as its stability mechanisms. Several proofs are evident through rigorous research and empirical evidences that the stable governmental conditions help in the infusion of investments within the economy of the country and leads to the development and acceleration of the economic growth. On the other hand poor lack of political stability leads to the poor performance of the economy and may act as a significant variable in the collapse... of the governmental structures and its functioning (Alesina et al, 1992, p.1). The paper centers on the discussion of the...
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Strategiy/Reform Plan for Bangladesh
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...Strategy/Reform Plan for Egypt Social Preconditions that have led to the Current Events in Egypt Repression may lead to the concentration of power and this repression may or may not help. political repression is the persecution of members of a society by restricting their ability to participate in political and social activities. The power tends to incline towards a small segment of the population leading to a form of control that is not balanced. The control is over the use of the national resources. In the light of the upheavals that have happened in Egypt, the social cause was a result of unbalanced control of the national resources (Iqbal, 2011). The lack of an orderly mechanism... Plan for Egypt...
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1.It may sound strange that Chinese firms are turning to Bangladesh to make clothes, not least because China is the global leader in clothing manufacturing and exports. But the shift is happening for very obvious reasons. BBC new 29/08/2012. Using
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...Bangladesh for the production of clothing goods. A textile producer... Competitive Advantage In The Garment Industry It has been ages since we have been hearing everyone say “if it’s cheap, it has to be Chinese”. And this statement is something which is very hard to refute. Having a population which is growing at a stagnant rate means there is plenty of labor force available in the country. And with such excess supply of labor in relation to demand, it’s but obvious that the wage rates for labor would be less than elsewhere in the world. History has shown at the Chinese have been known all over for their low cost of labor and that’s one of the core reasons why many manufacturing companies have setup...
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Asian Polictical and Legal System
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...Bangladesh and Pakistan of the of the Concerned Professor September 18, 2009 Islamic Fundamentalism: Bangladesh and Pakistan There is no denying the fact that a majority of the Muslim majority nations around the world are peculiarly vulnerable to Islamic fundamentalism. However, the origins and genesis of Islamic fundamentalism in the specific nations is not a monolithic and regimented phenomenon, nor the potency of Islamic fundamentalism in each nation. In that context, though Bangladesh and Pakistan are no doubt affected by Islamic fundamentalism, Islamic fundamentalism is a less potent force in Bangladesh... Islamic Fundamentalism:...
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Obscure Country Research Project
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...Bangladesh School Bangladesh Neighbouring Countries Bangladesh is a country located in the Southern Asia which came into being in 1971 after West Pakistan split from it. It was formerly known as East Pakistan when Pakistan received its independence from British Raj. In the southeast, Bangladesh is bordered by Myanmar whereas on the west, north and north east it has India. It is spread over a land boundary of 55,598 square miles. It has a long history of military rule up till the year of 1990 when it finally got under a democratic political rule. The political tensions are still known to be building up within the state however it is improving in the sector of health and education... ? Obscure Country:...
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Stakeholder and Governance Analysis
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...Bangladesh By Table of Contents Introduction 3 AIMS 3 Stakeholders 4 Main stakeholders 4 Onion Diagram 4 Stakeholder Map 6 Stakeholder Management Sheet 8 Role of Stakeholders, project manager 9 Scope 9 Context 10 Significance 10 Conclusion 10 11 References 11 Executive Summary In this project I will present a detailed stakeholder and governance analyses of the Micro-Finance project in Bangladesh. The basic aim of this project is to present and implement the stakeholder and governance analyses techniques on the project of Micro-Finance Bangladesh. In this report I will identify the main stakeholders... that are associated and have an influence on this project. Grameen bank has...
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CLIMATE CHANGE Exercise
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...Bangladesh Climate change all over the world is alarming not only to the developed countries but also to the undeveloped countries. Bangladesh is one of the examples of undeveloped countries which has realized the potential of emissions and has taken a stand on it. They have proposed different schemes to reduce the emissions and have proposed a target of 25% reduction in the emissions by 2020 for the developed countries and on the other hand 2030 for the developing ones (Bangladesh 2008 McCaffrey 2006... AR Climate Change 7/8 Australia All over the world it has been noticed that spontaneous climate changes have become common. Experts point out different reasons for these climate changes but above...
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Child labor in bangadesh
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...Bangladesh INTRODUCTION The paradigm of social principles as well as economic realities signifies that the notion of child labor is avery common and widely accepted practice in many developing nations, including Bangladesh. It has been apparently observed with reference to the recent occurrences that a substantial proportion of below poverty families significantly rely on the wages earned by their children aged between the age group of 5 years to 14 years. The employers of the country are often observed to unethically engage children in various types of hazardous works as they are more cost effective and decipher high compliance with the work as compared to the adults. Moreover... ?Child Labor in...
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Analysis of the New Market
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...Bangladesh for GSK Executive Summary Every company needs to study about the market before entering in to it. Considering the market situation of Bangladesh, GSK’s product Scott’s Emulsion is to be introduced in the market. The market situation has been gauged by market analysis and PESTLE analysis of the external environment. Scott’s Emulsion is a cod liver oil based vitamin substitute, which improves health. GSK has a high brand value and financial capacity to stand among its competitors and gain popularity among the customers. The PESTLE analysis shows that, the market environment of Bangladesh is favorable for GSK’s new product launch. Table of Contents Introduction 4 New Market... PESTLE Analysis of...
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MARKETING
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...Bangladesh. There fore the mobile phone and network providing industry takes place in Bangladesh. This report discuss about the Mobile phone and network service providing industry in Bangladesh, present a background and introduction of Grameenphone Ltd. Market trends, market... In today’s competitive business environment, knowledge and understanding of market place is essential. Market is the set of actual and potential buyers. From the very beginning the market has created by its own needs. And to satisfy buyers needs and wants industries was established. In everywhere in the world industry establish depends up to the market. Beside land phone the needs of mobile telecommunication is very high in...
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Core and Periphery or GMOs, Traditional Foods and Indigenous Sovereignty or Migration and Climate Change
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...Bangladesh Human migration in Bangladesh arises from climate changes and theadoption of a sound strategy is unequivocal. Situated in the southern part of Asia, Bangladesh emerges as one of the most densely populated state in the world, with a population count exceeding 160 million people. The nation has continuously been predicted to follow the Malthus theory that suggests that an increase in population has the effect of outstripping the yields of crops, mass hunger provocation and eventually, social breakdown. Contrary to the predictions, Bangladesh has experienced trivial instances of malnutrition and poverty due to the self-sufficient production... Geography Migration and Climate Change: A case of...
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National health indicators
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...Bangladesh (low-income). Health indicators for United States Birth rate-14 per 1000 population Fertility rate- 68.6 births per 1000 women aged 15-44 years Percent born low birthweight-8.2% Life expectancy... ? National Health Indicators (College) National Health Indicators Introduction A health indicator may be a specific characteristic of an individual, population, or environment that is used to analyze different aspects of the health of an individual or a population. In order to evaluate the health characteristics of different population, three countries with various income levels have been chosen. The selected countries for the analysis are the United States (high-income), India (middle-income), and...
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Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
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...Bangladesh as a developing country and the one who spends small amount on healthcare. Healthcare Spending as % of GDP World Health Organization (2013) reports that Bangladeshs spending on healthcare in 2011 as percentage of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is 3.7 percent... Gross Domestic Product Healthcare spending varies widely across the globe. At one end of the spectrum, there are the developed countries that spend substantial sum on healthcare and at the other; there are underdeveloped countries that spend a small percentage of their GDP on healthcare. It will be interesting to compare healthcare indicators for the US as a developed country and the one who spends large amount on healthcare with Banglad...
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Disasters - Identify what you consider to be the factors that generated peoples vulnerability to the hazard involved economic, social, political, cultural. - Assess what could have been done to reduce those vulnerability conditions, especially at commun
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...Bangladesh The Work of BRAC and UNISDR Disaster Risk Reduction/Management Bangladesh Introduction Natural hazards constitute processes involving the earth, water, and atmospheric processes that can cause destruction to people, environment, and property. Human settlements worsen the situation of the natural hazards especially people living in the plain lands, terraced places, areas weakened by flooding, faulting, and earthquakes. Many factors such as economic, social, political, and cultural issues increase the vulnerability of people to natural disasters. Organizations Dealing with Natural Disasters Bangladesh Rural Development Committee... The Work of BRAC and UNISDR Disaster Risk Reduction/Management...
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Business related topic
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...Bangladesh is at top of the list. The main stakeholders that are described in the organizations are buyers, suppliers and Government. The countries having direct stake are China, Bangladesh, Europe, Cambodia and Indonesia while the other countries... Achim Berg The article is about how the face of apparel industry is about to change in the coming decade. In the past decade, the purchasing officers from the developed countries prefer China as their supplier of the readymade apparel due to profit margins and capacity they offer. But with the passage of time the market got saturated and profit margin declined so now the developed countries are looking for other suppliers with same characteristics and...
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News Summary
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...Bangladesh and Cambodia can expect a better wage this year. According to Kathy Chu’s article titled, “Western Brands Rethink Low-Cost Focus,” Western manufacturers in the two countries have initiated a review of their low-cost strategy in consideration of the recent fire incidents in Bangladesh. They now demand for third parties to look into the safety and welfare of factory workers. The move to cut on manufacturing costs was said to help consumers save. However, the effect of it made workers suffer poor manufacturing conditions resulting in accidents. Now, several companies with presence in Bangladesh including Esprit Holdings... Western Brands Rethink Low-Cost Focus” by Kathy Chu Factory workers in...
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Mercury Contamination in Fish
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...Bangladesh. The paper illustrates how mercury in fish poses significant environmental hazards in the U.S and Bangladesh. The paper compares how these two countries are affected by this environmental challenge. The paper is based on two studies carried out in Bangladesh and the U.S. In the first study, Rees et al. (2007) aimed at elucidating how toenail mercury is related... ? Mercury Contamination in Fish Mercury Contamination in Fish Objective The objective of the project is to highlight the impact of aselected substance on the environment. In this regard, the paper specifically examines health effects of mercury from dietary fish. The paper narrows down to two regions; the U.S.A (New Hampshire) and...
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Understanding Geospatial Data in Development
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...Bangladesh The coastline of Bangladesh is endowedwith a confluence of sediments in the low altitude alluvial and delta plains from the Ganges and Brahmaputra rivers. This area has a large population of over 140 million people and has recently been identified as the most risky place in the world due to the disasters occurring as a result of climate change and rises in the sea level. Even though parts of the coastline experience massive sediments deposition, others experience massive erosion. An assessment of the rate of change of the coastline of Bangladesh over the last 20 years using Landsat images with 30 m pixel resolution can... Analysis of the coastal changes for disaster risk prevention in...
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Summary
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...Bangladesh’ has discussed the rural banks of Bangladesh which are exemplary examples of successful micro-credit institutions. They have empowered the under privileged segment of the society and significantly helped raise the living standard of the poor. Muhammad Yunus, the Nobel prize winner, was the one who had conceived the idea in 1976 and had provided personal guarantee for the initial loan to the villagers. He believed that lack of access to finance greatly hinders poor people’s entrepreneurial potential. His belief had borne fruit. Grameen Banks grew at astounding rate with 2400 branches across 78000 villages across... ? The case study, ‘Making Microfinance Work for the Poor: The Grameen Bank of...
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International Labor Market
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...Bangladesh, India, Thailand etc. My recent visit to the ‘Sport Challet’ that had wide range of sports clothing’s, gears, accessories etc of renown brands like Nike, Adidas, Puma, Reebok, Speedo mostly had the manufacturer of these products in Asian countries, where they pay labors blow one dollar per hour and charge high prices in these retailing stores. Below I share list... International Labor Market International Labor Market Sport accessories and clothing have become expensive with the passage of time. 90 percent of all these sport items are being outsourced from the developing countries usually Asian countries. The manufacturing I saw of these items was from the countries, like China, Pakistan,...
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Choose one of from Core and Periphery, Migration and Climate Change, GMOs, Traditional Foods and Indigenous Sovereignty
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...Bangladesh is an Asian country that suffers from climatic refugees, especially due to floods. In 2007, Bangladesh reported having flood victims that suffered loss of property and turned to the Government and humanitarian assistance for relief food in Gangachara center. Apart from loss of property from the floods and cyclone, four thousand five hundred people lost their lives and approximately two million people were left homeless. The rate of migration is very high as reported by the Friendship NGO executive director, Runa Khan. He also stated that most of the migration is internal... , that is, from the affected areas to the riparian islands covering at least 3.5 million climate migrants...
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Politics in Itself Can Be a Major Force in Determining Growth and Development of a Country: Vietnam and Bengladesh
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...bangladesh Growth and Development of Vietnam and Bangladesh Introduction: Politics has largely influenced the process of growth and development of almost all the developing countries. Usually, the cause of political dysfunction is the lack of professionalism in the political market (Roy, 2005). In order for a state to run smoothly, politics must synchronize with the economy. Sustained policies take a number of votes from the apprehensive individuals who rule the state (Nithiyanandam, 2000). This paper will attempt to study two cases, one of Vietnam and the other of Bangladesh in the light of their political growth leading to the internal... ? Role of Politics in the growth and development of Vietnam and...
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Social Context Account
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...Bangladesh after which they moved to London, UK. I was born on April 4, 1989 in London where I have lived ever since. The UK and Bangladesh are countries with many... ?Social Context Account The environment where an individual lives determines who they become in future. While this is a widely accepted fact, environment is not the only factor that determines one’s character, beliefs and perceptions. Other factors include race, gender and genetic predisposition. However, the individual has a role to play in the conscious, subconscious and unconscious decisions that one makes in day-to-day life. A social context account is an attempt by an individual to explain their current behaviour, perceptions and...
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Free Trade
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...Bangladesh’s textile industry reveals the benefits of free trade. Although this country is one... FREE TRADE and FREE TRADE Over the years, global trade has become more and more diversified. Many different countries across the globe have moved swiftly to exploit the prospects of free trade. The rise of free trade is significant to the economic welfare of any given state. Countries that embrace free trade have access to open markets around the world. With low import-export restrictions, international trade has increasingly become a revolutionary practice. Today, promoting free trade is a global affair. However, the prospects of free trade are not without a costly side. The essence of free trade is to enfor...
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Wireless and the new Technology
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...Bangladesh. American Behavioral Scientist, 52(1), 87-96... Running Head: APPLICATIONS OF WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY IN THE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM A Study on the Different Applications of the Wireless Technology In the Educational System In APA Style Name University Date Abstract The study is based on the application of a wireless technology referred to as Audience Response System to high school students on the basis of different concepts. One main basis is the constructivist learning highlighting the active role of learners in attaining the knowledge themselves. In that precept, the conventional lectures in classrooms are theoretically replaced by wireless ARS for the students to operate programs on their own. T...
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Tourism and indigenous Cultures
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...Bangladesh Economy ................................................................................. 11 d. Communication between the Bangladeshi Government and Chamkas ...... 12 3. Discussion... ? Tourism and Indigenous Cultures - Can Tourism Help the Chamka Negotiate better with the Bangladeshi Government? - ID Number Course Title & Code Instructor’s Name Date Total Number of Words: 3,507 Table of Contents 1. Introduction .............................................................................................................. 3 1.1 Aims of the Study ...................................................................................... 4 1.2 Research Objectives...
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The Politics in Itself Can be a Major Force in Determining Growth and Development of a ountry
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...Bangladesh The trajectory of growth and development of a country is highly correlated with that of the political conditions as well as its stability mechanisms. Several proofs are evident through rigorous research and empirical evidences that the stable governmental conditions help in the infusion of investments within the economy of the country and leads to the development and acceleration of the economic growth. On the other hand poor lack of political stability leads to the poor performance of the economy and may act as a significant variable in the collapse... of the governmental structures and its functioning (Alesina et al, 1992, p.1). The paper centers on the discussion of the...
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Business ethics and social responsibility
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...Bangladesh and killed four hundreds of people leaving numerous of others unfound yet is a matter of working safety that was supposed to be ensured by the owner of the building (Boulden, 2013). His major responsibility is to provide appropriate safety and working conditions for the employees. All emergencies and accidents that occur due to the negligent attitude to safety are laid on the building owner, who is fully accountable for the factory’s collapse. The companies that buy from this factory should face consequences as well since claiming to be ethically right, they are supposed to be more aware... Calls for Action after Garment Factory Collapse s Discussion Questions The tragedy that took place in...
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...Bangladesh and Yunus wrote about his experiences of witnessing agricultural lands left uncultivated due to lack of irrigation technological awareness among the villagers. He described the scenario in Bangladesh as hungry people multiplied every day, “Hungry people were everywhere. Often they sat so still that one could not be sure whether they were alive or dead” (Yunus, vii). Yunus nurtured the dream of eradicating poverty from the world. He has taken a bold initiative to help the poor people in Bangladesh. At first he physically stepped onto... Grameen Bank Project At the onset it can be mentioned that poverty is a royal curse on human beings as it deprives them of their fundamental rights and prevents ...
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Investigation Tourism Marketing Report
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...Bangladesh) perspective. "A collaboration of a group of professionals who... Now-a-days people do not want to close themselves in a specific area of earth. The hunger of increases knowledge and knows the world takes them once to another place. To meet this requirement a new business industry comes in with the name of Travel and tourism industry. Travel and tourism are contemplated to be one of the fabrication industries in the humanity (Coyne 1996, pg 255)1. Once peoples thought that tourism is the action that an individual take a trip for entertaining him self or holiday purposes but now it has changed. In 1976, the Tourism Society of England defined it as "Tourism is the temporary, short-term movement...
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Africa, India and its neighbors
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...Bangladesh. This river floods each year, however, important to the people of the region. Actually floods also have many benefits other than disastrous effects. For example, floods bring nutrients’ rich soil to the land and make the nearby areas cultivable. The floods of River Ganges help in the distribution of rich sediments in the surroundings. Moreover, natural overflow in rivers may help to prevent serious flooding afterwards. Answer 7: Africa is so flat and it has comparatively few elevations and mountain ranges and no specific... Answer Sahel’ is an Arabic word referring ‘Border.’ In Africa, Sahel is a boundary zone that divides northern parts of Sahara desert and the region of Sahara in Sudan. So,...
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The Story of an immigrants life
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...Bangladesh, which declared its independence in December 16, 1971. The new country faced constant contradictions between the official authorities and the ambitious struggle to move forward and achieve the success. In 1995, my uncle Ahmadur Rahman moved to the USA with his family in order to provide his children with the better life conditions. His family would have never left Bangladesh, if they knew about all troubles outside the city. His brother ran for the elections in Narayanganj Dhaka and this fact influenced... Professor Name Institution, course number Date The Story of an immigrant’s life Immigration is a natural process, connected with the changes in ...
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...Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, have had women who have headed their governments, of which even the United States and does not appears very liable to have in the near future (Sen, 2001). Certainly, in reference to Bangladesh, where both the president and the official opposition leader are women, one may begin to wonder whether or not any male could ever rise to power there in the immediate future. Reference Sen, A. (2001). Many faces of gender inequality. Retrieved from http://www.frontline.in/static/html/fl1822/18220040.htm... Megacities of Asia Megacities of Asia It is vital to remember the many forms through which gender inequality can occur. First, inequality or bias between men and women cannot be...
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...Bangladesh, arsenic contamination of groundwater was first detected in 1993 and was later addressed by the government as a national disaster. Groundwater can get arsenic contamination sporadically either by industrial or natural means. The presence of arsenic complexes in soil contributes to its natural occurrence in groundwater due to the fact that it can easily be freed from the complexes. Owing to its high mobility in soil, once it is freed from the complexes, arsenic often results in the contamination of groundwater. Most of Bangladesh’s regions are made up of deltaic and alluvial sediments that contain pyrite, and they have also contributed to groundwater... Megacities in Asia Megacities in Asia In...
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