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Bangladesh<br />Sven Schiweck and Nathan Dyer<br />
Overview<br />*National Geographic Factors-Location/Climate (Map) -Demographics*Age Structure*Infrastructure* Natural Reso...
Overview <br />*Agriculture* Economy- GDP- Import/Export- Sectors* History and Perspective<br />
Overview<br />* The Prospective Future of Bangladesh-Short Term prospects-Long term prospects<br />
Map of Bangladesh<br />
Climate<br />Tropical Climate<br /><ul><li>Mild winters ( Oct. to March)
Hot, humid summers ( March to June)
Humid rainy monsoons ( June to October)</li></li></ul><li>Population 162,221,000 (2009  estimate)<br />Birth rate 24.68 bi...
Age Structure<br />
General Statistics<br />89.7%<br />              Religious breakdown in Bangladesh<br />
Waterways: 8370 km<br />Railways: 2,768 km<br />Roadways: 239,226 km<br />Infrastructure<br />
 Natural gas<br />Arable land<br />Timber<br />Coal<br />Natural Resources<br />
*Humans are primarily responsible for the deforestation of Bangladesh<br />Human Influence<br />
Agriculture<br />Main products include: rice, tea, wheat sugarcane, potatoes, tobacco, oilseeds, spices, fruits, beef and ...
Economy<br />GDP: 242.2 billion<br />GDP per capita: 1,600$ per capita<br />Unemployment rate: 2.5%<br />Import: 2o.22 bil...
GDP constant prices<br />
Sectors<br />25%<br />45%<br />
The Flag of Bangladesh<br /><ul><li>Adopted on January 13th, 1972
Green background
Red Circle </li></li></ul><li>History of Independence<br /><ul><li>-March 25th, 1971 Bangladesh made first unofficial decl...
- Official declaration of independence made by Major Zia on March 26th, 1971</li></ul>       (  Major Zia )<br />
Since 1971 there has been political instability which hinders the development of the Bangladeshi national economy.<br />In...
The government must give their attention to economic situations.<br />If a global recession occurs or the global competiti...
Bangladesh needs to remain internationally competitive <br />Potentially affected by regional instability<br />Environment...
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  • Flooding due to climate change
  • 0-14 years: 34.6% (male 27,065,625/female 26,913,96115-64 years 61.4% (male 45,222,182/female 50,537,052)65 years and over 4% (male 3,057,255/ female 3,254,808)
  • Islam: 89.7Hinduism: 9.2Buddhism: .7Christianity: .3Animism: .1
  • Robberies often occur within the waterways like pirating.Bangledesh has a poor infrastructure according to the amount of Waterways, Railways and Roadways.
  • All of the gas produced is used by Bangledesh it is used by themselves and is not sold therefore it is not a profit nor an expenditure.
  • Primary: 45%Secondary: 30%Teritary: 25%
  • The green background color symbolizes the greenery of Bangladesh with its vitality and youthfulness the red disc represents the rising sun and the sacrifice our people made to obtain our independence.
  • - Declaration was a result of an attack by the Pakistani armed forces on EPR Headquarters in Dhaka
  • The government has often been criticized for its intervention in economic development and its inability to improve economic management or to conduct further reforms, including privatization. There is also a serious problem with widespread corruption, with some political groups accused of wasting public resources.Read more: Bangladesh Future trends, Information about Future trends in Bangladeshhttp://www.nationsencyclopedia.com/economies/Asia-and-the-Pacific/Bangladesh-FUTURE-TRENDS.html#ixzz0f3ZHCQWi
  • Globalization has lifted boundaries in terms of trade, and there are new emerging markets.Unrest in Burma could scare away the potential investors which would become a success for BangladeshClimate change could create a change in sea level affecting agriculture, arable land by causing salinization
  • Dharka, Bangladesh
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    1. 1. Bangladesh<br />Sven Schiweck and Nathan Dyer<br />
    2. 2. Overview<br />*National Geographic Factors-Location/Climate (Map) -Demographics*Age Structure*Infrastructure* Natural Resources* Human Influences<br />
    3. 3. Overview <br />*Agriculture* Economy- GDP- Import/Export- Sectors* History and Perspective<br />
    4. 4. Overview<br />* The Prospective Future of Bangladesh-Short Term prospects-Long term prospects<br />
    5. 5. Map of Bangladesh<br />
    6. 6. Climate<br />Tropical Climate<br /><ul><li>Mild winters ( Oct. to March)
    7. 7. Hot, humid summers ( March to June)
    8. 8. Humid rainy monsoons ( June to October)</li></li></ul><li>Population 162,221,000 (2009 estimate)<br />Birth rate 24.68 births/ 1,000 population (2009 est.)<br />Death rate 9.23 deaths/1,000 population (2009 est.)<br />Population growth rate 1.292% (2009 est.)<br />Population density 1,099.3/Km2<br />Area total 147,570 Km2<br /> <br />Demographics<br />
    9. 9. Age Structure<br />
    10. 10. General Statistics<br />89.7%<br /> Religious breakdown in Bangladesh<br />
    11. 11. Waterways: 8370 km<br />Railways: 2,768 km<br />Roadways: 239,226 km<br />Infrastructure<br />
    12. 12. Natural gas<br />Arable land<br />Timber<br />Coal<br />Natural Resources<br />
    13. 13. *Humans are primarily responsible for the deforestation of Bangladesh<br />Human Influence<br />
    14. 14. Agriculture<br />Main products include: rice, tea, wheat sugarcane, potatoes, tobacco, oilseeds, spices, fruits, beef and milk.<br />
    15. 15. Economy<br />GDP: 242.2 billion<br />GDP per capita: 1,600$ per capita<br />Unemployment rate: 2.5%<br />Import: 2o.22 billion $ ( 2009)<br />Machinery, equipment, chemicals, iron and steel, textiles, foodstuffs, petroleum products and cement. Trade partners include China and India<br />Export: 15.91 billion $ (2009)<br />Garmets, frozen fish and seafood, and leather. Trade partners include USA and Germany.<br />
    16. 16. GDP constant prices<br />
    17. 17. Sectors<br />25%<br />45%<br />
    18. 18. The Flag of Bangladesh<br /><ul><li>Adopted on January 13th, 1972
    19. 19. Green background
    20. 20. Red Circle </li></li></ul><li>History of Independence<br /><ul><li>-March 25th, 1971 Bangladesh made first unofficial declaration of independence ( declaration made by M.A. Hannan)
    21. 21. - Official declaration of independence made by Major Zia on March 26th, 1971</li></ul> ( Major Zia )<br />
    22. 22. Since 1971 there has been political instability which hinders the development of the Bangladeshi national economy.<br />Inflation remains low and is under control<br />In 1998 floods devastated Bangladesh and they made a strong economic recover and the annual growth rate went from 5% to 6% which may continue.<br />This increase in annual growth rate may ease poverty, low standards of living, underemployment and unemployment problems.<br />Perspectives<br />
    23. 23. The government must give their attention to economic situations.<br />If a global recession occurs or the global competition interrupts Bangladesh it is highly possible that Bangladesh will go into a recession and political instability will intensify.<br />Perspectives<br />
    24. 24. Bangladesh needs to remain internationally competitive <br />Potentially affected by regional instability<br />Environmental Issues<br />Long Term Perspectives<br />
    25. 25. Bangladesh is indeed a developing country because<br /><ul><li>High birth rate and high population growth
    26. 26. Extremely high population density
    27. 27. Majority of people in the active class with just a few in the sedentary class
    28. 28. Poor infrastructure
    29. 29. Little natural resources
    30. 30. More imports than exports
    31. 31. Substantially below average GDP / capita
    32. 32. More individuals working in the primary sector </li></ul>Conclusion<br />
    33. 33. The End<br /> The End<br />
    34. 34. Information<br /><ul><li>Virtual Bangladesh. Virtual Bangladesh. N.p., n.d. Web. 23 Jan. 2010.      <http://www.virtualbangladesh.com>.
    35. 35. Central Intelligence Agency. CIA - The World Factbook. US Goverment, n.d. Web. 2      Feb. 2010. <https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/      geos/bg.html>.
    36. 36. Images
    37. 37. Deforestation. 3 Apr. 2005. Personal photograph by author. Wend Magazine. N.p.,      5 May 2005. Web. 9 Feb. 2010. <www.wendmag.com/.../2009/12/      deforestation-2.jpg>.   </li></ul>Sources<br />
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