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  • Welcome to Our Presentation
  • NEXUS Name Roll Number REZOANA ALAM 04 MD. NURUL AFSAR 13 TASLIMA AKTAR 24 LABONI AKTER 36 MOHD. SALIM MIAH 50 IFTEKAR UDDIN 61 K.M.AHMED DEEDAT 81
  • Prosperous Industries of Bangladesh
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  • The Next Eleven
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  • The Garments Industry
      • Present situation:
      • There are about 3000 garments producers in Bangladesh.
      • 75 percent garments industries are in Dhaka and the rest are in Chittagong Khulna.
      • About 50 lacks of people are employed in this industry and 85 percent of them are women.
      • Contribution of the RMG industry:
      • At present about 20 countries of the world are importer of our garments.
      • Around 75 percent of the total export earnings come from this industry.
      • In fiscal year 2006,earnings reached about 8 billion USD.
      • Creating jobs for about 2 million people of which 70 percent are women.
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    • OBSTACLES:-
      • Dependence on foreign countries for raw materials.
      • Unskilled employers.
      • Lack of communication, uncertainty of electricity, insufficiency of loan in time.
      • Political unrest, strikes and terrorism etc.
      • Solutions:
      • Production of sufficient raw materials in the country.
      • Imparting training to make skilled workers.
      • Reduction of VAT and taxes.
      • Removal of export problems and advanced EPZ.
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  • Ship Building History of Bangladesh
      • Strong Historical Background
      • Bangladesh was center of building ocean-going vessels in Asia between 15 th and 17 th century.
      • Korea is the world leader in ship-building and its history of ship-building is almost identical to ours.
  • Potentials of Bangladesh in this Industry
      • Increasing demand for export.
      • Well organized ship-building and repairing yards
      • Agreement of Academic Exchange and Co-operation between BUET and Pusan National University of Korea.
      • Ship-building technology and education already available in Bangladesh.
  • Challenges & Requirements for the Industry
      • Requires heavy Infrastructure and Equipment
      • Scarcity of well trained workers for designing and manufacturing
      • In need of backward and forward linkage industries eg Steel and Electronic industry
      • Necessity of financial and logistic support.
  • Work to be done:-
      • More Research to invent modern technology and engineering technology.
      • Government help in the form of subsidy, tax grants, etc.
      • More investment from the private sector.
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  • Man Power and Remittance Bangladesh is an over-populated country. 8 th Largest country in terms of population size.
  • Massive population can be “ game-changer” in economy Over-population=availability of additional workforce that might be exported to earn foreign currency. Best form of export since it reduces unemployment, food shortage and money shortage of financial institutions
  • Growth of industry can be increased by:
      • Training and Education of workforce to increase international competitiveness.
      • Creating awareness among unemployed about job prospects abroad.
      • Subsidizing part of the ticket fare, thus encourage migration.
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  • The Jute Industry of Bangladesh
      • PLASTIC
      • Non Biodegradable
      • Harmful for environment
      • JUTE
      • Biodegradable
      • Environment friendly
      • Bangladesh & India-two main suppliers of Jute
      • Higher demand of Bangladeshi Jute due to better quality
      • 2000crore bags needed by Italy creating a distinct possibility of massive export.
      • Invention of new GENOM characteristics for a thriving industry in the long run.
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      • Throughout the world tourists rely on “lonely planet” for information of tourist destinations.
      • A large number of tourists follow its report to select their country of travel.
      • Bangladesh stood 1 st in the list of top ten destinations of 2011.
  • Treasures of Bangladesh
      • COX’S BAZAR
      • RANGAMATI
      • SUNDARBANS
      • KUAKATA
      • ST. MARTIN’S ISLAND
      • BANDARBAN
      • SYHLET
      • ETC
  • Recommendations
      • Separate Ministry for Tourism
      • More funds to be allocated for Tourism in the National Budget
      • Better access of information for tourists.
      • Improved Infrastructure and better incentives for encourage investment from private sector.
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      • The Garments Industry
      • The Ship Building Industry
      • Manpower and Remittance
      • The Jute Industry
      • The Tourism Industry
  • Average growth rate tid Average Growth Rate 2011--------------------------------------------2020
  • No Malnutrition
  • No Child Labor
  • No Poverty
  • Prosperity
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  • THANK YOU