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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.”





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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. Suny Software's Offshore-Development is unique. Our focuses are driven by the following:

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    Suny Software offers the following benefits for you:

    Substantially reduced average hourly rates, due to a mix of permanent Suny Software engineers and Suny Software consulting engineer’s team members located around the world including in North America, Europe and DHAKA, Bangladesh.

    Faster realization through the deployment of additional, highly qualified software engineers in DHAKA, Bangladesh.

    Convenient communication is very important to Suny Software. Your company starts communicating with the Chief Software Engineer first. You interface exclusively with our staff, who are permanent engineers at Suny Software.

    Suny Software will coordinate the upcoming development tasks with their colleagues in DHAKA, Bangladesh.

    Suny Software avoids the overhead with real technical know-how by following software development process at world-class companies. Your contact persons at Suny Software are engineers, technical project managers and architects, who actively participate in the development of your project and who are responsible for the quality of the end product.

    Your company would not have disadvantages in productivity. Our consulting engineers colleagues are highly qualified. Their technical standard is as good as professionals here North America. Suny Software engineers speak perfect English.

    A low fluctuation rate means stable teams. The special Suny Software team spirit also reigns supreme among our colleagues in DHAKA, Bangladesh.

    Suny Software Consulting provides tailor-made solutions to help you reach your operational and business goals. We emphasize long-term success based on user satisfaction.





    Visiting Japanese business leaders yesterday demanded easing of investment rules as they look to divert funds to Bangladesh from China due to rising production costs and worker shortage there.

    “We want to expand business in 
    Bangladesh but we need policy support from the government,” said Kuniharu Nakamura, president and chief executive officer of Sumitomo Corporation, one of the top three sogo shosha companies in the world.

    Japanese companies that trade in a wide range of products and materials are known as sogo shosha. In addition to acting as intermediaries, sogo shosha also engage in logistics, plant development and other services, as well as international resource exploration.

    Nakamura's comments came at the Japan-Bangladesh Business Forum at Sonargaon Hotel in Dhaka, attended by 22 CEOs and 65 other high officials of companies from 
    Japan. They accompanied Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during his two-day visit.

    The CEOs present were from: Marubeni, Ship Healthcare Holding, Maruhisa, Kanbe, JETRO, Mayekawa, Euglena, IHI, JFE Engineering Corporation, ITOCHU, Shimizu, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Toshiba, Toray Industries, Nippon Poly-Glu, Medical Corporation Otsubo-Kai, Obayashi, Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Bonmax and Kume Sekkei.

    During his presentation, Yukio Yamada, president and CEO of Kume Sekkei, one of the leading architectural design firms in 
    Japan, said he is interested in providing technological and architectural support for railways, airport and industrial park.

    Ichiji Ishuzu, executive director of Mayekawa, manufacturer of industrial refrigeration equipment and automated food processing robots, said his company is interested to set up food processing, beverage and ice-making machinery plants.

    Kiminobu Hiraishi, president of Maruhisa that owns factories dealing with integrated knitting, dyeing, printing and sewing at Adamjee Export Processing Zone, demanded direct sea freight between Bangladesh
     and Japan for shortening lead-time.

    Kunihisha Furukawa, CEO of Ship Healthcare Holding that is engaged in the medical product business, said he has plans to invest 2 billion yen in 
    Bangladesh to expand his business in medical college and hospital.

    Mitsuru Izumo, president of Euglena, a venture company that engages in selling health food and development of bio-fuel with its core technology for mass cultivation of “euglena”, said he wants to expand his operations in 
    Bangladesh.

    http://www.thedailystar.net/business/japanese-ceos-view-bangladesh-as-next-investment-destination-40504



     



       

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