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In an Unlikely Corner of Asia, Strong Promise of Growth
By BETTINA WASSENER, Global Business, New York Times
Published: April 23, 2012

Properties are popping up like daisies, and the development is moving further and further down along the beach. The speed and scale of it is unprecedented for Bangladesh.

Economists at Standard Chartered Bank believe that Bangladesh could join what have been called the “7 percent club” of economies that expand at least 7 percent annually for an extended period — allowing their economies to double every decade. Current members of the “club” include China.

“For many years, China was almost always the hands-down answer to all buyers’ needs,” the consulting firm McKinsey noted in a recent report. Now, Western wholesale buyers of garments are looking for the “next China,” and Bangladesh “is clearly the preferred next stop for the sourcing caravan.”





Bangladesh exports medicine to the USA, Australia and all EU countries

Bangladesh exports cardiovascular medicine Sotalol Hydrochloride to the USA
The Daily Star, October 25, 2016


DBL Group to set up US$100M garment factory and to create 4,000 jobs for the people of Ethiopia in Ethiopia



How US students get a university degree for free in Germany

More than 4,600 US students are fully enrolled at Germany universities, an increase of 20% over three years. At the same time, the total student debt in the US has reached $1.3 trillion (£850 billion) www.bbc.com/news/magazine-32821678


Fazlur Rahman Khan - Einstein of Structural Engineering

The US wouldn’t look the way it does if it weren’t for a Muslim, Fazlur Rahman Khan. The Dhaka-born Bangladeshi-American was known as the “Einstein of structural engineering”. He pioneered a new structural system of frame tubes that revolutionised the building of skyscrapers. That system consisted of, as he once described it, “three, four, or possibly more frames, braced frames, or shear walls, joined at or near their edges to form a vertical tube-like structural system capable of resisting lateral forces in any direction by cantilevering from the foundation”.   

www.theguardian.com/world/2015/dec/08/donald-trump-famous-muslims-us-history





AIIB President Jin Liqun

Jin Liqun: By 2030, Bangladesh may even donate money to other countries


























In Bangladesh, the foreign employees, number being more than 200,000, took home nearly US$5 billion in salaries and allowances in 2015, according to data from the Bangladesh Bank. The Board of Investment issued 7,030 new work permits, 1,574 came in the first nine months of 2015 alone. The other government bodies that are authorized to issue work permits (employment visas) for foreign nationals are the Bangladesh Export Processing Zones Authority and the Department of Passport and Immigration.



Boeing, Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, Ford Motor, MetLife, MasterCard, VISA, Chevron, IBM, Cisco, Microsoft, Intel, Harvard University, Johnson & Johnson, and ExxonMobil participated at Sonargaon Hotel in Dhaka in 2016.

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Software Earnings Already Crossed $1 Billion Mark in 2016, Software Earnings Surpass $2 Billion by 2018, Software Revenue US$5 Billion before 2021









Summit Group's 20% Power Plant Owned by General Electric USA

www.reuters.com/article/us-bangladesh-power-summit-idUSKBN0NO0JE20150503





Beximco Pharmaceuticals Company - Research and Development
www.beximcopharma.com/about/research-development.html


Two Bangladeshi Pharmaceuticals Companies Gain US FDA Accreditation
www.pharmaasia.com/2015/06/two-bangladeshi-firms-gain-us-fda-accreditation




www.clickittefaq.com/sci-tech/government-gives-the-nod-to-rooppur-nuclear-power-plant 


National Board of Revenue, NBR, collects Tk 1.36 trillion revenue
 in FY 2014-15  
www.clickittefaq.com/in-the-news/nbr-collects-tk-1-36-trillion-revenue-in-fy-2014-15
 


These Indians remit $3.716 billion to India from Bangladesh and the number is expected to increase in next few years


www.thedailystar.net/business/the-capital-get-142-storey-tower-2018-1233829







MIT Bangladeshi Students’ Association
web.mit.edu/bangladesh/www/ 

Hasan Research Group - Princeton University
physics.princeton.edu/zahidhasangroup

Sayeef Salahuddin received his B.Sc. in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from BUET (Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology) in 2003 and PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Purdue University in 2007. He joined the faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at University ofCaliforniaBerkeley in 2008.
www.eecs.berkeley.edu/Faculty/Homepages/salahuddin.html 




B.Sc. Mathematics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology
B.Sc. Electrical Engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology
B.Sc. Computer Science at Massachusetts Institute of Technology
M.Sc. Electrical Engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology
M.Sc. Computer Science at Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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Why DHAKA, Bangladesh? Talent and cost-effectiveness!

  1. Hundreds of companies and government software division around the world including Samsung, United States Postal Service, United States Department of Agriculture and KLM Royal Airlines. Samsung has one of its largest Software R&D facility in DHAKA, Bangladesh, and
  2. Bangladeshi students routinely attend MIT, Harvard, UC Berkeley, USC and U of Waterloo for graduate studies and PhD.









Since 2005 I have been privileged to visit Bangladesh six times – most recently earlier this month. A small software industry in a big country (population about 150 million, three times that of the UK and with a much younger age profile) with ambitions to become a serious player in the global software and services market place. I have had the opportunity to see progress being made as an advisor, paid by the International Trade Centre (ITC), a joint venture of the WTO and UN trade and development body UNCTAD.




Richard Sykes
Dr Sykes is a scientist by background to PhD level at Cambridge  and Yale, which included two years at Public Interest Research Group in Washington DC. He then spent 27 years with chemicals manufacturer ICI in various business management and leadership roles, six years of which were as ICI's Group VP IT. Sykes has deep experience in the broad world of business-applied information technology.

Reference Bangladesh is promising big things from a growing small software industry

By Richard Sykes | 3 Jan 2013 | Leading CIOs

www.cio.co.uk/blogs/leading-cios/branding-bangladesh/





How US students get a university degree for free in Germany

More than 4,600 US students are fully enrolled at Germany universities, an increase of 20% over three years. At the same time, the total student debt in the US has reached $1.3 trillion (£850 billion) www.bbc.com/news/magazine-32821678


Fazlur Rahman Khan - Einstein of Structural Engineering

The US wouldn’t look the way it does if it weren’t for a Muslim, Fazlur Rahman Khan. The Dhaka-born Bangladeshi-American was known as the “Einstein of structural engineering”. He pioneered a new structural system of frame tubes that revolutionised the building of skyscrapers. That system consisted of, as he once described it, “three, four, or possibly more frames, braced frames, or shear walls, joined at or near their edges to form a vertical tube-like structural system capable of resisting lateral forces in any direction by cantilevering from the foundation”.   

www.theguardian.com/world/2015/dec/08/donald-trump-famous-muslims-us-history

DhakaScience.com/FazlurRKhan




Companies and government around the world including the USA, UK, Canada, Australia, Denmark, Netherlands, Germany and Japan develop their software in DHAKA, Bangladesh. The United States Postal Service, the United States Department of Agricultural, the Royal Dutch Airlines KLM, Samsung and numerous international companies develop their software in Dhaka, Bangladesh. 

     

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    China, India, Japan, USA, Russia investing in Bangladesh!

    Dhaka becoming Singapore in 10 years!






    Summit Group's 20% Power Plant Owned by General Electric USA

    www.reuters.com/article/us-bangladesh-power-summit-idUSKBN0NO0JE20150503

    www.thedailystar.net/letters/abandon-rooppur-nuclear-power-plant-project-180832

    www.thedailystar.net/business/nuclear-power-key-energy-security-analysts-184309

    $12.65 billion 2400-megawatt Rooppur nuke power plant being built  www.thedailystar.net/country/1265b-rooppur-nuke-power-plant-okayed-191458   December 23, 2015


    indianexpress.com/article/sports/cricket/as-new-ball-turns-old-mustafizur-goes-from-novice-to-genius

    www.sussexcricket.co.uk/news-1/overseas-signing-bangladesh-star-mustafizur-rahman-signs-for-sussex


     


     













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