Law of Business


Bangladesh is a combination of competitive market, business –friendly environment and cost structure that can give the best returns. Bangladesh offers a well-educated, highly adaptive and industrious workforce with the lowest wages and salaries in the regio n. 57.30% of the population asunder 25, providing a youthful group for recruitment. The country has consistently developed a skilled workforce catering to investors needs .English is widely spoken, making communication easy. Bangladesh is strategically located next to India, China and ASEAN markets. Bangladesh has proved to be an attractive investment location with its6.6 million population and consistent economic growth leading to strong and growing domestic demand. Energy prices in Bangladesh are the most competitive in the region. Bangladesh offers the most liberal FDI regime in South Asia, allowing 100% foreign equity with unrestricted exit policy, easy remittance of royalty, and repatriation of   profits and incomes. Bangladesh offers export-oriented industrial enclaves with infrastructural facilities.

In the present world business plays an important role in every sphere of life. Business determines one’s life style, standard of living, education and even cultural standard. So to lead a better life we need to understand business and study business.   Business is dynamic – always changing. Coping with both predictable and unpredictable events can be easier, more efficient, and less traumatic if we understand business. Study of business will help us to understand that today national economies are no more independent entities rather interdependent and taking an uniform global shape, economic depression in U.S.A. has an impact on the whole world, business and global warming are not different issues, war in Iraq or Afghanistan has some kind of link with business, China becoming a factor in the world economy because of excellent business skill and the system known as “Free Enterprise”....