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Industry presentation full & final

  1. 1. e tion om nta lc e e s W re p ur o to Our presentation topic is Industrial Prospect Of Bangladesh
  2. 2. Submitted by S. M. Shahnoor © Bony Amin Razyan Jubair Ahmed Aysha Tuj Johora Tiasha Jahan 12410224 12410212 12410227 12410226 12410223
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION Many people think of industry as the collective large-scale manufacturing of goods in wellorganized plants with a high degree of automation and specialization. Although this is a common example of industry, it can also include other commercial activities that provide goods and services. However according to Bangladesh there are many industry. And among them we like to talk about three major industries in Bangladesh.
  4. 4. Bangladesh War-torn economy Disrupted infrastructure Deficit in foreign currency All these, aggravated the overall healthcare situation of the country
  5. 5. of cal sh e ry i to eut glad s Hi mac an ar of B Ph try s du In History of Pharmaceutical Industry of Bangladesh In the post liberation period, healthcare facilities were mostly dependent on Import Bangladesh Pharmaceutical sector remained as an `Import based’ sector during early 70’s
  6. 6. of cal sh e ry i to eut glad s Hi mac an ar of B Ph try s du In 1982: New Drug Policy 1982 Drug Policy largely encouraged local production in pharmaceutical sector As a result, a large number of local companies invested in pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities
  7. 7. of cal sh e ry i to eut glad s Hi mac an ar of B Bangladesh Ph try s du In Today Pharmaceutical Industry One of the fastest growing business sectors Second highest contributor to national ex-chequer Largest white-collar labor intensive employment sector
  8. 8. Towards Self Sufficiency 97% Local Manufacturing Only 3% import Vaccine Anticancer Insulin IMPORT Singapore 75% Myanmar 90% Sri Lanka 85%
  9. 9. ROLES OF PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY IN BANGLADESH: • Pharmaceutical Industry has grown in Bangladesh in the last two decades at a considerable rate. Its healthy growth supports development of auxiliary industries for producing glass bottles, plastic containers, aluminum collapsible tubes, aluminum PP caps, infusion sets, disposable syringes, and corrugated cartons. Some of these products are also being exported. • Pharmaceutical companies are either directly or indirectly contributing largely towards raising the standard of healthcare through enabling local healthcare personnel to gain access to newer products and also to latest drug information.
  10. 10. PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY FROM ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVE: • The economy of Bangladesh is constituted by that of a developing country. Its per capita income in 2008 was US$1,500 significantly lower than India, Pakistan, both which are also lower than the world average of $10,497. By the International Monetary fund, Bangladesh ranked as the 48th largest economy in the world in 2008.
  11. 11. Bangladesh Pharmaceutical Bangladesh Pharmaceutical Industry Industry - Competitive Advantages - Competitive Advantages Compulsory Licensing: Pharmaceutical companies in Bangladesh can play leading roles (capitalizing on a strong manufacturing base). In cases of national emergencies, companies from other countries may take long time to supply products under ‘Compulsory Licensing’, owing the lead time required for new product commercialization.
  12. 12. • Cost advantage Labor Power White Collar Labor
  13. 13. TOP TWENTY MANUFACTURERS: 1) Beximco 2) Square 3) ACI 4) SKF 5) Aventis 6) Opsonin 7) Reneta 8) Glaxo 9) Novartis 10) Acme 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. General Orion Incepta Beacon Jayson Medimate Drug International Aristopharma Hudson Raymond & Drugs.
  14. 14. • So far, Bangladesh have exported basic chemicals to many countries namely, Iran, Hong Kong, South Korea, Malaysia, Taiwan, Vietnam, Thailand and Nepal. After being successful in exporting basic chemicals, a few leading companies also started registering and exporting their finished formulation in sixty seven other countries, i.e. Australia, Canada, Brazil, Cambodia, France, Germany Sweden, Sri Lanka, Singapore, UAE, USA, Indonesia, Japan, Pakistan, Kenya, etc.
  15. 15. 5 4 3 2 BDT (In Billion) 1 Column1 Column2 0 2004-5 2005-6 BDT (In Billion) 2006-7 2007-8 • Fig: The increasing export value of pharmaceuticals product in BD.
  16. 16. IMPACT OF PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY ON SOCIETAL DEVELOPMENT OF BANGLADESH: • Pharmaceutical industry had created a huge job opportunity for Bangladeshi unemployed generations. More than 1 million people are directly or indirectly earning there livelihood by this sector. More than 1.5 lakh male and female pharmacist doing job into this sector. But it has seen that more than 45 percent are female. However this sector has the opportunity to take attachment job facilities.
  17. 17. SPONSORSHIP: • Square is the third company to produce insulin locally with Tk 92 crore in investment. Patients get each of the items at Tk 300 only on the other hand many other company taking Tk 1200. To establish the price Square Pharmaceutical Company has sponsored for free insulin serve to the Dubieties affected people. • Beximco Pharmaceutical also a great source who has sponsored the tri-nation cricket cup 2010 in Bangladesh and also sponsored for Enter school girls Handball, and Badminton champion trophy last May-2010.
  18. 18. Introduction The Ready Made Garment (RMG) industry in Bangladesh has consistently been the biggest earner of foreign currency for last couple of decades. It is the most important export oriented industry in Bangladesh and has seen tremendous growth as well as created huge employment opportunity and self dependency for our semi skilled and unskilled labor force. Nearly 5.5 million workers are dependent on garments industry and at least 80% of them are women.
  19. 19. * 17% to country’s export earning . * Provides direct employment to over 35 million people. * Bangladesh earn about 27 of its total foreign exchange through textile exports. * It also contributes nearly 14% of the total industrial production of the country. * It is the largest provider of employer after agriculture.
  20. 20. Gallery Garments Factory in Bangladesh Different type of Wash done upon Denim, Factory Showroom Knit Product made in Bangladesh, Factory Showroom Fake Leather Jacket Production In Bangladesh
  21. 21. . Metal Button Produce in Bangladesh Fabric production Many of garments Factory uses computerize automatic cutting machine in Bangladesh Most of the ready made garments factory have ETP to save the environment
  22. 22. Bangladesh textile industry can be divided into several segment, some of which can be listed as below Cotton Silk Woolen Readymade Handcraft Jute and coir
  23. 23. THE FACTS ABOUT THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY IN BANGLADESH Bangladesh is a small country that lies on the East of India. It is well known for it's textile industries which is the main source of the country's economy. Textile industry of Bangladesh stands 5th in exporting cotton apparels to the United States and European countries.
  24. 24. • Textile industry in Bangladesh first came in existence in July 1972. • Textile industry in Bangladesh is owned by the Bangladeshi families and not by foreign investors. • Bangladesh's textile industries are organized under the Bangladesh Textile Mills Corp. (BTMC). • Bangladesh's textile industries is the nation's number one export earner and it employs 2.2 million employees.
  25. 25. • There are about 850 to 1000 people employed in each textile industry of Bangladesh. • The people of Bangladesh are mainly employed in textile industries to make their living. • Bangladesh's textile industry is divided into three sectors namely, public sector; handloom sector; and the private sector. • The private sector is the fastest growing sector in the country.
  26. 26. Export scenario: Develop countries export declined from 52.2% share in 2001 to 37.8% in 2010. And that of developing countries increases from 48% to 63% in the same period and also in 2011 the exports figures in percentage of the world trade in textiles group.
  27. 27. Top Ten Garments in Bangladesh: • • • • • • • • • • SBD Fashion Apparel City Apparel Tex Co Tamanna Sweater Limited Neptune Fashion Limited The APT International Fab Collections LTD Navil Enterprise JAK Fashion Merchandising Ltd Rajmoni Apparel (pvt) LTD Innovative Tex
  28. 28. Y TR S U D IN T IN H IC ES D A L G N A B
  29. 29. History of Internet in Bangladesh First, UUCP email in 1993 IP Connectivity in 1996 Present user 3,00,000 representing 0.24% penetration
  30. 30. Research and Education Education in Computer first started at BUET in 1984 83,796 primary level institutions 5694 secondary institutions 15748 secondary institutions 2339 higher secondary and degree colleges 30 numbers of Universities
  31. 31. IT Development Government’s Emphasis to establish high capacity fiber optic telecommunication backbone Local Information and Infrastructure (LII) National Information and Infrastructure (NII) Global Information and Infrastructure (GII) Exemption tax from Computer items Distribution of computers to schools Computerization of government offices
  32. 32. Village Computer and Internet Familiarizing village people Providing computer training at a minimul price Providing email facility Easier access to relevant market information Enabling student contact for higher education Creating IT related Job opportunity
  33. 33. IP Telephony Much cheaper than conventional telephone system At present, illegal Individuals and commercial user still uses IP telephone Government considering the formal permission system for IP telephone
  34. 34. e-Governance Make significant contribution in establishing good governance in the country To stop the corruption by introducing transparency Government has given serious consideration for its introduction
  35. 35. e-Banking Most of the bank use the computerized system But they do not yet offer online or e-service Standard Chartered Bank first launched Internet banking A seven bank consortium offers now e-banking
  36. 36. IT Policy A national IT policy has been drafted and under consideration in the parliament In the draft, the computer education has been given top priority
  37. 37. International Switching Center Three International Switching Center (ISC) One at Mohakhali Two at Mogbazar
  38. 38. Human Resources Government fixes top priority in developing human resources At present country produces around 2000 graduates in IT related field Target was to produce 10,000 programmer by 2001, but it did not achieved Renowned public Institutes are BUET, DU, JU, SUST, RU etc Private University – NSU, AUST, EWU, AIUB, UAP, etc
  39. 39. IT Training Institutes Short training – specially vendor specific These training get obsolete as the product changes A strong background in IT is necessary Most of the institutes are just commercial No standard is maintained Lack of good trainer Lack of up-to-date Syllabus
  40. 40. Communication • • • • Communication takes place within networks. These are some of the types of network: chain circle wheel all-channel
  41. 41. Communication • A chain network e.g formal contact
  42. 42. Communication • A circle network e.g. between people at the same level
  43. 43. Communication • A wheel network e.g. sales teams report to head office
  44. 44. Communication • An all-channel network e.g. brainstorming
  45. 45. Communication Communication in the business world is very different today compared to twenty years ago, because of: • Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
  46. 46. Examples of ICT Use • • • • • Mobile telephones Video and tele-conferencing Lap-top computers E-mail Multi-media communications
  47. 47. Conclusion The present government has recognized IT as thrust sector A large number of bright students and entrepreneurs have shown interest in IT Strong data network within the country and between the country and outside world are necessary Not only equipment but also training is necessary for maintaining the system
  48. 48. Do you have any question?