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  1. 1. Welcome to Our Presentation
  2. 2. 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 NEXUS
  3. 3. Prosperous Industries of Bangladesh
  4. 4. The Next Eleven
  5. 5. 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.
  6. 6. • 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. t
  7. 7. 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.
  8. 8. • 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.
  9. 9. Ship Building History of Bangladesh • Strong Historical Background • Bangladesh was center of building ocean-going vessels in Asia between 15th and 17th century. • Korea is the world leader in ship-building and its history of ship-building is almost identical to ours.
  10. 10. 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.
  11. 11. 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.
  12. 12. 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.
  13. 13. Man Power and Remittance Bangladesh is an over-populated country. 8th Largest country in terms of population size.
  14. 14. 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
  15. 15. 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.
  16. 16. The Jute Industry of Bangladesh
  17. 17. • PLASTIC • Non Biodegradable • Harmful for environment • JUTE • Biodegradable • Environment friendly
  18. 18. • 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.
  19. 19. • 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 1st in the list of top ten destinations of 2011.
  20. 20. Treasures of Bangladesh • COX’S BAZAR • RANGAMATI • SUNDARBANS • KUAKATA • ST. MARTIN’S ISLAND • BANDARBAN • SYHLET • ETC
  21. 21. 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.
  22. 22. • The Garments Industry • The Ship Building Industry • Manpower and Remittance • The Jute Industry • The Tourism Industry
  23. 23. Average growth rate tid Average Growth Rate 2011-------------------------------------------- 2020
  24. 24. No Malnutrition
  25. 25. No Child Labor
  26. 26. No Poverty
  27. 27. Prosperity
  28. 28. THANK YOU

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