Business Combination

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2/8/2016

Problems and
Prospects for
Modern Business
Enterprises of
Bangladesh
Submitted to:
Dr. Sabnam Jahan
Associate Professor
Department of Management
University of Dhaka.

Submitted by:
Abul Kalam Azad
EMBA
Student code: 3-16-32-063
Course code & Title: EM: 501 Introduction to
Business

Abul Kalam Azad
BANGLADESH POLICE

Table of Contents
Introduction ................................................................................................................................................................. 2
Business Background of Bangladesh ....................................................................................................................... 2
Problems and Prospects for Modern Enterprises ............................................................................................... 4
Poverty and inequality ........................................................................................................................................... 4
Social development ................................................................................................................................................ 4
Political affairs, good governance and human rights ...................................................................................... 4
Security matters ..................................................................................................................................................... 5
Indigenous peoples and Chittagong Hill Tracts .............................................................................................. 5
Climate change and geopolitical challenges ..................................................................................................... 6
Impressive economic growth – and constraints…...

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