Posts Tagged ‘ Trade ’

BBIN MVA: A historic step towards regional integration in South Asia

July 11, 2015
Rupak Bhattacharjee
BBIN MVA: A historic step towards regional integration in South Asia

While several regions of the world have succeeded in forging meaningful partnerships, South Asia could not do so for long largely due to historical and political differences. But at a time when the developing nations are making concerted efforts to integrate their markets with the fastest growing economies by improving connectivity, South Asian countries...
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Trans Pacific Partnership and garment export

July 8, 2015
M A Taslim
Trans Pacific Partnership and garment export

Whenever any of our major trade partners contemplates a free trade agreement or special trade preferences for countries that are exporters of apparels, an alarm is raised that such an agreement would adversely impact the export of apparels from Bangladesh. There was considerable unease when EU granted GSP+ trade privileges to Sri Lanka in...
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Listening to a Commie

August 30, 2013
Frank Domenico Cipriani
Listening to a Commie

In my circle of acquaintances, I know a handful of “fellow travellers”, Americans who have an affection and concern for the people of Bangladesh.
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Towards better corporate governance of family businesses

April 21, 2012
Anant Goenka
Towards better corporate governance of family businesses

It is important to first understand a little about the history of business in India, as that has impacted our family business evolution.
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Happy spring, Bangladesh

April 4, 2012
Frank Domenico Cipriani
Happy spring, Bangladesh

Happy Spring! This weekend, members of my family were dedicating that precious commodity of time, that which is so lacking in all of our lives, and we took advantage of the unseasonably warm weather to plant our garden.
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Trade can cut poverty

April 2, 2012
Pascal Lamy
Trade can cut poverty

As countries integrate into the global economy, trade plays an important role in helping roll back extreme poverty and Bangladesh exemplifies this well. Your country boasts one of the largest young labour forces in the world and the past decade has witnessed rapid economic growth of the Bangladeshi economy.
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A make-believe crisis in the stock market

January 20, 2011
ANM Hamidullah
A make-believe crisis in the stock market

A number of newspapers recently reported that in the past few days, nationalised commercial banks and financial institutions have been actively buying in the stock market in order to “bring normalcy” to the market.
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