Export Import Operation By Bank In Bangladesh

  • Bangladesh Bank

    Bangladesh Bank Bangladesh Bank, the central bank of the country, was established as a body corporate vide the Bangladesh Bank Order, 1972 (P.O. No. 127 of 1972) with effect from 16th December, 1971. The powers and functions of Bangladesh Bank are governed by various laws and acts including the Banker's Books Evidence Act 1891, Insolvency Act 1920, Banking Companies Ordinance 1962, Foreign Exchange (Regulation) Act 1986, Money Loan Court Act 1990, Banking Companies Act 1991, Financial Institutions

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  • Perfomance Analysis of Mercantile Bank, Bangladesh

    order to know about a financial organization like a bank, a person should know all section of the financial organization in times. We intend to provide minimum background and procedural guidelines to examiners responsible for evaluating a bank’s activities. Definition of the Bank Bank is defined as a financial institution that collects deposits from various individual and organizations and provides loans to those who need it. But modern banks do not mean only the means of collecting and disbursing

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  • Saudi Arabia Exports and Imports

    responsibilities, as well as the relationship between the government and its citizens. Saudi Arabia is the 19th largest exporter and the 20th largest import market in the world, and exports of non-oil products to some 90 countries average around six billion dollars per year (Saudi Embassy). Shown in the charts below are top ten exports and imports listed: Exports # | Product | Trade Value (Thousands) | 1 | Crude Oil | 141,686,936 | 2 | Non Crude Oil | 12,982,262 | 3 | Petroleum Gases | 5,309,191

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  • A Study of Foreign Exchange Operation of Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited”.

    [pic] On A Study of foreign exchange operation of Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited Acknowledgement At the very beginning I would like to thank Almighty Allah for giving me the strength to finish the project within the schedule time. During the preparation of this report I have received generous help from many individuals which I would like to mention with my deepest gratitude. First

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  • Bangladesh Bank

    PERFORMANCE: A CASE STUDY ON BANGLADESH BANK PRESENTED BY: MD. RAYHANUL ISLAM EXAMINATION COMMITTEE: Dr. SUNUNTA SIENGTHAI (CHAIRPERSON) Dr. SUNDAR VENKATESH Dr. YUOSRE BADIR Agenda: Introduction of the study Snapshot of BB and its current situation on human resource management. Findings and discussion. Conclusion of the study and recommendations. Introduction Bangladesh Bank (BB), the central bank of Bangladesh, is the key player for the financial sector of Bangladesh as well as for the economy

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  • Foreign Exchange Operations of Ab Bank

      Internship Report        Foreign Trade Division        Internship Report                                                                                               On  Foreign Trade Division Of  AB Bank Limited      Prepared for  Mohammad Zakir Hossain Sharkar  Senior Lecturer                                                                                   Submitted by Mirza Sarah Alam ID # 05104026                     Date of Submission  15 December,2009.  LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL

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  • Imports and Exports of Tobacco and Walnut

    important crops grown by American farmers. From 1617 to 1793 tobacco was the most valuable staple export from the English American mainland colonies and the United States. Until the 1960s, the United States not only grew but also manufactured and exported more tobacco than any other country. The largest tobacco company in the world by volume is China National Tobacco Co... World tobacco leaf exports from 2010-2011 averaged 1.98 million tonnes per year which the FAO expects to grow by 1% to 2.2 million

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  • China Export Import

    Japan’s Export: A Business Opportunity Maria Griselda Dillet Marketing 4308 Table of Contents Executive Summary 3 Japan 5 Government and Politics 5 Foreign Relations 6 Economy 6 Imports and Export 7 Imports 8 Export 9 Business Opportunity 10 Making the Opportunity Work 13 Recommendations 14 Declaration 16 Works Cited 17 Executive Summary Japan is a country east of South Korea, China, Russia and North Korea. It consists

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  • China Export and Import Advantages

    belief from Chinese consumers that imported wines are better may hinder the price barriers when purchasing wine. Whilst there is no indication Chinese consumers prefer foreign wines, good world trade relationships between Australia and China with import charges dropping from 65% to 14% make Australia wines ‘reasonably price’. According to GTIS Chinese Customs data (2010), the price for Australia’s wines was $4.29 US per litre in 2009. Compared to other wine exporters, Australia’s geographically

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  • Top 10 Import/Export Business

    Top 10 Import/Export Business Ideas That Work By Dave Bui Small businesses in the import/export arena first need to identify the products or services they want to carry. Here are the top 10 import/export ideas you can start on immediately: 1. Food products: The easiest option for export is food-related products. It is easy to find companies that manufacture food products locally for domestic consumption. Many of them never export. If the products are of good quality, you can link up with

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  • Commercial Import & Export

    L/C Procedures for Import & Export with Practical Exercise Bangladesh is a developing country. The main growing sectors and industries in Bangladesh are Ready Made Garments, Pharmaceuticals, Leather, Ceramics, Plastics, Steel, Shipbuilding and many others. Most of the industries irrespective of their categories are depended on imported raw materials directly or indirectly in addition to local procurement. Besides, the export oriented industries have been exporting their finished goods throughout

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  • Bangladesh Garments Export

    Bangladesh garment exports boom despite disasters Published July 09, 2013 AFP * In this photograph taken on June 23, 2010, Bangladeshi women sew clothes in a garment factory in Ashulia. Output from Bangladesh's accident-prone garment sector has increased in June, with demand from foreign retailers still growing despite the country's factory disaster in April. (AFP/File) DHAKA (AFP) –  Output from Bangladesh's accident-prone garment sector increased in June, data showed Tuesday, with demand

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  • Froeign Exchange Performance Analysis of Islami Bank Bangladesh Ltd.

    Foreign Exchange Performance Analysis of Islamic Bank Bangladesh Ltd. A Report On Foreign Exchange Performance Analysis of Islamic Bank Bangladesh Ltd. Prepared For: The Chairman Fourth Year Examination Committee 2013 Prepared By Md. Wasiul Islam Exam ID: 100214 BBA Program, Session: 2009-10 Dept. of Finance & Banking Jahangirnagar University Savar, Dhaka – 1342 October 10, 2013 October 10, 2013 The Chairman Exam Committee Fourth Year Exam Committee 2013 Department

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  • Export-Import Procedure and Documenttaoin

    A PROJECT REPORT ON Export-Import Process & Documentation towards B2B FOR Hindustan Cargo Ltd. MASTER OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES (MMS) UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI SUBMITTED TO MAHATMA EDUCATION SOCIETY’S PILLAIS INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES AND RESEARCH NEW PANVEL UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF Chndrakumar P. Mutha SUBMITTED BY Aditya Ajit Jadhav (2012-2014) Roll No. 139 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Life of human beings is full of interactions. No one is self-sufficient by himself whenever anyone

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  • Term Paper - Prospect of Export Oriented Leather Industry in Bangladesh

    Term Papers and Free Essays Term Paper - Prospect Of Export Oriented Leather Industry In Bangladesh Prepared For : Sheikh Ziaul Islam ASSOCIATE PRPFESSOR Department of Marketing Azam khan Govt commerce college,Khulna Prepared By : Newaj Raj University Roll : 9783541 University Reg :

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  • Export and Import

    FOREIGN TRADE STATISTICS OF BANGLADESH 2008-09 Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics FOREIGN TRADE STATISTICS OF BANGLADESH 2008-09 October 2010 National Accounting Wing BANGLADESH BUREAU OF STATISTICS Statistics Division Ministry of Planning Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh Dhaka, Bangladesh IX Foreword Foreign Trade Statistics (FTS), one of the core publications of Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics (BBS), is being published annually since 1973-74. It is The

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  • Chinas Imports and Exports

    Imports As we all know Imports are goods or services brought into a country. China is second in overall Imports for the world Behind the US. EU is not counted in this ranking system because it is multiple countries. China's biggest import is Oil now. Some of the other exports are Industrial Supplies and Mechanical Machinery, optical and medical equipment, metal ores, plastics, and organic Chemicals. Chinas top five Import partners Are Japan (9.8%), South Korea (9.2%), America (7.1%), Germany (5

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  • Analysis of Changing Roles of Bangladesh Bank: Industrialization Perspective

    Changing Roles of Bangladesh Bank: Industrialization perspective 1. Introduction The vision of the Bangladesh Bank is to develop continually as a forward looking central bank with competent and committed professionals of high ethical standards, conduct monetary management and financial sector supervision to maintain price stability and financial system robustness, support rapid broad based inclusive economic growth, employment generation and poverty eradication in Bangladesh. The mission

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  • Bangladesh Bank

    Executive Summary This research report is a partial requirement of the internship phase of MBA program, department of HRM, Eastern UniversityBangladesh. The topic of the report is “Human Resource Management Practices in Pubali bank Ltd”. Human resources management is very much important for every business organization. Human Resources may be the most misunderstood of all corporate departments, but it’s also the most necessary. Those who work in Human Resources are not only responsible for hiring

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  • Export Import

    General Conditions of Imports: (1) H.S. Code Number for import purpose : Use of H.S. Code with at least eight digits corresponding to the classification of goods as given in the First Schedule of the Customs Act, 1969 (Act No. IV of 1969) based on the Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System, shall be mandatory: Provided that, Bank shall not issue L.C. Authorization form or open L/C without correctly mentioning H.S. Code number for the item(s). (2) NOC

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  • Performance Evaluation of 4 Specialized Banks of Bangladesh

    study 5 1.6 Limitation 5 Chapter 2 2.1 An Overview of the Specialized Banks of Bangladesh 6 2.2 Significance of Specialized Banks 28 Chapter 3 3.1 Performance Evaluation of Specialized Banks in Bangladesh 29 3.2 Recommendation 32 Chapter 4 4.1 Conclusion 33 4.2 Reference 34 4.3 Appendix 36 Chapter 1 1.1 Introduction: Banks are very old form of financial institution that channel excess funds from surplus unit to deficit

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  • Loan & Advance Banking Operation by Ab Bank Limited.

    industry. Banking sector occupies an important role in the nation’s economy because of its intermediary’s role. It plays a vital role in the economic development of a country and forms the core of money market of any country. In developing country like Bangladesh the banking sector as a whole has an important to play in the progress of economic development. Hence the schools, colleges and universities are giving emphasis on the applied part of banking education. This report is originated as the academic

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  • Imports vs. Exports in the Us

    percent from 2008. Oil and machinery topped the list, clocking in at over 33 percent of total imports. China imported the most goods, at 19 percent. America’s largest retailer, Wal-mart, imported $235 billion worth of goods in 2006. The effect this had on American employment was colossal. Over 1.8million jobs were eliminated between 2001 and 2006. Unfortunately this is typical of American businesses. They will import to receive a cheaper price, therefore eliminating jobs in the American workforce. However

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  • An Emperical Study of Export , Import and Economic Growth in Malaysia

    of Export ,Import And Economic Growth in Malaysia Meloney Antong & Kartini Binti Kapin Department of Economics, Faculty Economics and Business Universiti Malaysia Sarawak ------------------------------------------------- Abstract This paper investigates the relationship between export and import to economic growth. This paper is an attempt to carry out an empirical examination of the hypothesis on export-led growth. It also determines the direction of causality between exports, import

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  • July Dec..Bangladesh Bank

    July-December 2011 Monetary Policy Statement July 27, 2011 Monetary Policy Department Bangladesh Bank 1 Monetary Policy Statement H1 FY12 (July December 2011) Executive Summary Introduction: This (twelfth) issue of Bangladesh Bank’s (BBs) half yearly Monetary Policy Statement (MPS) outlines the monetary policy stance that BB will pursue in H1 FY12 in the context of unfolding near term developments in the domestic and global scenes. The ex ante announcements of monetary policy

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  • Overall Banking Activities of Exim Bank Ltd., Bangladesh

    Activities of Export Import Bank of Bangladesh Limited” PREPARED FOR Shah Md. Abdul Bari Sr. Vice President Human Resources Division [pic] PREPARED BY Md. Mahmud Hossain Khan ID No. MBA 03007833 [pic] Submission Date – Letter of Transmittal Date: To Ms. Farhana Diba Lecturer Department of Business Administration Stamford University, Bangladesh Subject:

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  • Islamic Banks in Bangladesh

    financing modes followed by Islamic Banks in Bangladesh. Do they conform to shariah rules. If so, how and if not, why not. Give your own conclusion/concluding remarks / recommendation. Course code: Fin-5502 Subject: Submission of Term Paper Dear Sir, I am very much delighted that I am submitting herewith my term paper titled “what is investment and debt/trade financing modes followed by Islamic Banks in Bangladesh. Do they conform to shariah rules.

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  • Marcantile Bank Ltd, Bangladesh

    MERCANTILE BANK LTD Snapshot of MERCANTILE BANK LTD (MERBNK) OPEN$406.00 | | PREVIOUS CLOSE$405.00 | DAY HIGH$407.75 | | DAY LOW$403.00 | 52 WEEK HIGH02/7/10 - $490.98 | | 52 WEEK LOW09/3/09 - $222.95 | MARKET CAP-- | | AVERAGE VOLUME 10 D394.8K | EPS TTM-- | | SHARES OUTSTANDING0.0 | MERBNK Does Not Pay Dividends | | P/E TTM-- | K = Thousands  M = Millions  B = Billions | MERBNK:BD Historical Stock Quote MERBNK:BD Advanced Stock Chart MERBNK Details Mercantile Bank Limited

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  • Private Commercial Bank in Bangladesh

    default problems. The persistent default problems, the rapid increase in the level of outstanding loans, inefficient management, corruption among the bank officials and employees and the deterioration of customer services in the NCBs led the GOB to allow operations of private commercial banks in 1983. There has been mushroom growth of PCBs in Bangladesh during 1990s and there are now 30 PCBs, some of which are owned by the loan defaulters of the IDFIs and NCBs. The PCBs provide, apart from deposit taking

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  • Export Import

    Import Services | HSBC | Krungsri | L/C Opening Commission | • 0.25% per quarter or minimum THB1,200.- | • ¼% Amount credited to importer’s account multiply by the times of current with a minimum THB 1,000.- | Cable / Swift charges for LC opening | •THB1,000.- •Plus an addition of THB500.- for cable over 4 pages | •THB1000.- per page •More than 3 pages were counted THB500.- per page | L/C amendment | •THB500.- | •¼% of Amount credited to importer’s account added or depend on period renewal

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  • Us Imports and Exports Analysis

    paper presents the analysis of U.S. imports and exports by managing the trade balance. It also presents the leading U.S. imports and exports in terms of value along with the important partners. Design/methodology/approach- The author explains the balance of trade including the rise and fall of U.S. trade deficit using the analysis between different countries imports and exports. Research limitations/implications- The study is limited to analysis of imports, exports, trade surplus and deficit of U.S

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  • Export and Import Management

    Export and Import Management I. Research for Exports When entering a culturally and linguistically different part of the world, managers need to understand a completely new way of commercial thinking that is based on a different culture and works on a different set of premises. The first step is to use available secondary data to research potential markets. The identification of an appropriate overseas market involves the following criteria: * Socioeconomic characteristics (e.g., demographic

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  • Credit Mangement Policy by Bangladesh Bank and Its Implementation by Bank Asia Limited

    of the study. Four years back Bangladesh Bank undertook a project to review the global best practices in the banking sector and examines in the possibility of introducing these in the banking industry of Bangladesh. Four ‘Focus Groups’ were formed with participation from Nationalized Commercial Banks, Private Commercial Banks & Foreign Banks with representatives from the Bangladesh Bank as team coordinators to look into the practices of the best performing banks both at home and abroad. These focus

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  • Import Export

    IMPORT An import is a good brought into a jurisdiction, especially across a national border, from an external source. The party bringing in the good is called an importer. An import in the receiving country is an export from the sending country. Importation and exportation are the defining financial transactions of international trade. In international trade, the importation and exportation of goods are limited by import quotas and mandates from the customs authority. The importing and exporting

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  • Imports and Exports

    Imports and Exports of Corn to Mexico in USD Conclusions: As we can see in the graph, compared to exports, imports are really high, that means that Mexico exports more corn to USA, that’s because Mexico is a big corn’s producer. We can see that at the begining of NAFTA imports increased almost the double between 1995 and 1996 but in 1997 decreased again at the same level of 1994. Then, in the next 8 years imports only had a little increase and in 2006 it had a really huge increase, but

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  • Export-Import Policy

    TUGAS PERSIAPAN UAS EXPORT IMPORT POLICY Dear students, Please answer these following questions: 1. What are intellectual property rights, their types and purpose? * Intellectual property rights (IPRs) are laws regarding the protection of intellectual property that describe the ways in which the creators of intellectual property can control its use. * Types of intellectual property rights: * Patents are the form of IPRs that protects inventions. * Utility models

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  • Mps by Bangladesh Bank 2015

    Md. Saidjada, JD, CEU Rubana Hassan, JD, MPD Bushra Khanam Luna, DD, CEU Md. Ahsan Ullah, DD, MPD Coverist: Tariq Aziz, AD, DCP Monetary Policy Statement January-June 2016 Monetary Policy Department and Chief Economist’s Unit Bangladesh Bank www.bb.org.bd Table of Contents Highlights ................................................................................................ 1 Core Objectives .............................................................................

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  • Export Promotion Bureau (Epb) Bangladesh.

    NORTH SOUTH UNIVERSITY EXPORT PROMOTION BUREAU (EPB) BANGLADESH. Every countries has an organization like Trade Promotion Organization (TPOs) to promote and increase export and trade with other countries. Export sector of the country is one of the main source of Bangladesh’s hard earn foreign currency, by export earnings, we met 69% of our import bill. Contribution of export to GDP is 18%, and keeping that in mind The Export Promotion Bureau (web:epb.gov.bd) of Bangladesh & National Standard Body

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  • Import - Export

    places the goods at the disposal of the buyer at the seller’s premises or at another named place (i.e., works, factory, warehouse, etc.). The seller does not need to load the goods on any collecting vehicle, nor does it need to clear the goods for export, where such clearance is applicable. The parties are well advised to specify as clearly as possible the point within the named place of delivery, as the costs and risks to that point are for the account of the seller. The buyer bears all costs

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  • Contribution of Banks on Sme Sector in Bangladesh

    Report On Contribution of Banks on SME Sector in Bangladesh 1 LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL 2 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT 3 Table of contents No: Page: Chapter One Introduction 1.1 Introduction 1 1.2 Background of the study 2 1.3 Problem statement 3 1.4 Objectives of the study 3 1.5 Scope of the study 4 Chapter Two Methodology 2.1 Data requirement 5 2.2 Study area 6 2.3 Sample size selection 6 2.4 Questionnaire

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  • A Study of Nike's Operation in Bangladesh Through a Pestle Analysis

    Nike’s Operations in Bangladesh Through a PESTLE Analysis Sarah Seward-Langdon Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University MAN311 Business in the Asia-Pacific Region Dr. Donald Pak October 30, 2015 Word Count: 3,215 Table of Contents Executive SummaryIntroduction of Bangladesh PESTLE Analysis of Bangladesh Political Situation Economical Situation Social Situation Technological Situation Legal Situation Environmental SituationIntroduction of NikeNike AnalysisMini-SWOTNike in Relation to Bangladesh PESTLE

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  • Intership Paper on Prime Bank Bangladesh

    | | |∆∆Chapter- 2 (Prime Bank at a Glance) | | |» 2.01. Background | | |» 2.02. Objective of the bank |

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  • A Comparative Study on Mercantile Bank Limited, Bangladesh

    RESEARCH PAPER On TRADE FINANCE IN SOUTH ASIA A Comparative study on Mercantile Bank Limited, BANGLADESH By Md Helal Uddin M. Com (Marketing) 1st Class 1st, MBA (Finance & Accounting), First Assistant Vice President, Mercantile Bank Limited, Address: 61 Dilkusha C/A, Dhaka-1000, Bangladesh, Phone: +88029559333 Ext 119 Mobile: +8801 713199820 Fax: +9554410, Email: ranambl@yahoo.com Electronic copy available at: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1010549 August 21, 2007 To The School

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  • Trust Bank Bangladesh Limited

    such as banks, have a positive role in financing and investment which is a multidimensional process involving the complexity of many interrelated and interdependent factors of diversified nature. It is difficult to assess the contribution of each factor independently. The key to successful banking lays in the ability of balance many activities simultaneously. The bank must maintain a healthy growth rate, while at the same time it must take action to minimize the risks it faces. The bank must also

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  • Comparison of Performance of Fve Banks of Bangladesh

    feature of bank is to conduct banking business with deposits and loan. The systems, vision and strategies differ in various types of banks. On the basis of these measures the overall banking system is classified in different sectors throughout the world. In our country, there are basically two types of banking system-commercial banking system and specialized banking system. Commercial sectors can be classified under four categorized -Nationalized Commercial Banks, Local Commercial Banks, and Foreign

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  • Foreign Exchange Activities of Exim Bank of Bangladesh Ltd.

    become essential for every person to have some idea on the bank and banking procedure. Internship program is essential for every student, especially for the students of Business Administration, which helps them to known the real life situation. 1.1 Background of the Report: This report was being assigned as a part of the BBA Program. To prepare the report under the BBA program requirement, I accommodate my internship program in the EXIM Bank Limited. For the completion of the program, I have already

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  • Transaction Banking in Standard Chartered Bank Bangladesh

    CHARTERED BANK BANGLADESH A Descriptive Analysis [pic]Table of Contents CHAPTER-1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 ORIGIN OF THE REPORT 1.2 SCOPE 1.3 METHODOLOGY & SOURCE OF INFORMATION 1.4 LIMITATIONS 1.5 BANKING INDUSTRY –OVERVIEW Chapter-2 STANDARD CHARTERED BANK 2.1 ETHICS OF STANDARD CHARTERED BANK 2.2 Standard Chartered Bank in Bangladesh 2.3 Performance and Growth 2.4 Activities of Standard Chartered Bank 2

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  • General Banking Operations of Islami Bank

    General Banking Operations General banking provides the foundation of banker – customer relation ship through openingaccount. This is the busiest department and the daily transactions of concerned to thecustomers for drawing or depository money , selling of the instrument to them for remittance purpose, collection of their instruments providing other services to them and keep customer section busy.Usually the following sections/departments are involved to perform the general bankingoperations:

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  • Role of Ibbl -Import Export Inward Remittance

    Internship Report On Role of IBBL-Promoting Export, Import business & Inward Foreign Remittance Submitted To Islami Bank Training and Research Academy Submitted By: Name of the Student Md. Masud Yusuf Gazi Mohiuddin Ahmed Md. Rakibul Hasan Md. Deloar hossain Moheuddin Shadi Name of the University Ahsanullah University Of science and Technology Bangladesh Islami University Dafodil International University City University Bangladesh Islami University Date of Submission: 25.06.2012

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  • Export of Software from Bangladesh

    EXPORT OF SOFTWARE INTORDUCTION During the late 90’s, Bangladesh has seen an increasing growth of the ICT industry. Initially, the favorable tax policy of the government of Bangladesh in 1998 accompanied by the global affordability of personal computers have had tremendous impact on the usage of computer. The favorable import tax policy on computers and computer accessories during that time was one of the timely steps taken by the government of Bangladesh. From then on,

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