Agriculture holds critical implications for Bangladesh’s major macroeconomic objectives, including employment generation, poverty alleviation and food security.
Interview with Rabiul Alam, Chairman — Energypac: "Energypac, widely regarded as a pioneer in Bangladesh’s power and engineering sector, began its journey in 1982. Over the past three decades it has established itself as the country’s leader in providing end-to-end power solutions."...
Interview with H.E. Nasrul Hamid, Minister of Power, Energy and Mineral Resources: "Across the world, clean energy is receiving more and more focus. Many countries are working towards expanding production of renewable energy. It won’t happen overnight, but overall I don’t see why Bangladesh should be any different. We are building liquid-fuel power plants, gas-based power plants, high-tech coal power plants and nuclear power plants."
Power supply in Bangladesh is a dynamic game that keeps players on their toes. Fast growth has meant fast-growing demand and authorities are chasing more megawatts through investor-friendly policies.
Diversification away from the garment industry is at the top of the agenda for the manufacturing sector. The pharmaceutical industry offers exciting opportunities for investment and exports. IN-DEPTH With an average...