Direct Foreign Investment

Table of content

1. Introduction
        Back ground and Aims of the paper
    1.2. Foreign investment policy reform:
          1.2.1. Context of foreign investment regime
          1.2.2. FDI Govt. policy in Bangladesh
    1.3. Conclusion
2. Trend and pattern of Foreign Direct Investment in Bangladesh
    2.1. Flow of Investment
        2.1.1. Sources of FDI into Bangladesh
        2.1.2. Sector wise distribution of FDI into Bangladesh
        2.1.3. Structure of Investment
  2.2. Characteristic of FDI in Bangladesh
  2.3. Why does FDI decrease in Bangladesh?
  2.4. Benefits of FDI
  2.5. Disadvantages of FDI
Conclusion of benefits and adverse situation of FDI
  2.6. Example
        2.6.1. Different types of Products
        2.6.2. Different types of company
3. The high-lighted company
  3.1. Introduction
  3.2. Management structure
  3.3. Product
        3.3.1. Production Unit
  3.4. Feature
  3.5. Limitation
  3.6. History
  3.7. Problem
        3.7.1. Political
        3.7.2. Tax

1. Introduction


      FDI stands for Foreign Direct Investment, a component of a country's national financial accounts. Foreign direct investment is investment of foreign assets into domestic structures, equipment, and organizations. It does not include foreign investment into the stock markets. Foreign direct investment is thought to be more useful to a country than investments in the equity of its companies because equity investments are potentially "hot money" which can leave at the first sign of trouble, whereas FDI is durable and generally useful whether things go well or badly.


      The paper aims at tracing the trajectory of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) flowing into Bangladesh. The analysis of the trend and pattern of FDI in the country indicates that, on the whole, the volume of FDI had been increasing over the years. As regards sources of FDI,...