India Pakistan Trade Unit India Pakistan Trade Unit Support for UK Trade
The time in India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh

India:

Pakistan:

Sri Lanka:

Bangladesh:

United Kingdom(GMT):



  
  


Become a member of India Pakistan Trade Unit

Visa for India, Visa for Pakistan, Visa for Sri Lanka and Visa for Bangladesh

Indian Events & trade missions, Pakistan Events, Sri Lanka Events, Bangladesh Events

Maps of India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and the United Kingdom

EU Logo

UKTI Logo

Birmingham Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Bangladesh

Food and Drink Archive

Sub Menu 

 

Seasonal Food Insecurity in Bangladesh - Journal of Social Studies - September  2006

Monga or seasonal food inserurity is not a new phenomenon in rural Bangladesh, but the topic just started to catch public interest in  the last years. push by the media, it became part of the political debate between the government and opposition parties and also found it way into Bangladesh's povery reduction strategy paper. To the NGO's and other actors in the development process monga is now an important concern, for which they collect funds and implement programmes.

Source: The Journal of social studies

FOR THE FULL REPORT PLEASE CLICK HERE

 

Challenges facing the Shrimp Industry in Bangladesh - May 2004

"Shrimp cultivation has a long and largely quiet history in Bangladesh, but during its rapid growth over the past two decades, in response to expanding global demand, it has acquired a highly contested status." (Bangladesh Centre for Advanced Studies, 2001). Shrimp is a very important resource that supports a large industry in Bangladesh. Shrimp is the second most important source of export accounting for a yearly earning of over $US 300 million. Of all the exportable agro-based primary commodities, shrimp is by far the most important. It alone contributes more than 70% to the total export earning from all the agro-based products, including tea, raw jute, vegetables, fruit, etc. (Karim, 2004).

Source: American International School/Dhaka 

FOR THE FULL REPORT PLEASE CLICK HERE

 

Sanitary and Phyto-Sanitary Barriers to Trade and its Impact on the Environment - April 2004

The International Institute for Sustainable Development contributes to sustainable development by advancing policy recommendations on international trade and investment, economic policy, climate change, measurement and indicators, and natural resources management. By using Internet communications, we report on international negotiations and broker knowledge gained through collaborative projects with global partners, resulting in more rigorous research, capacity building in developing countries and better dialogue between North and South.

Source: North South University, Dhaka

FOR THE FULL REPORT PLEASE CLICK HERE

 

 

Overview Of Small-Scale Freshwater Aquaculture In Bangladesh - March 2004

This case study was undertaken to provide a contextual overview of small-scale freshwater aquaculture in Bangladesh, including the significance of freshwater aquaculture, social dimensions of rural poverty among farmers, different aquaculture systems, freshwater fish markets, employment, safeguards to sustain aquaculture, relevant lessons, and ways in which the poor can benefit from small-scale aquaculture.

Source: American International School/Dhaka 

FOR THE FULL REPORT PLEASE CLICK HERE

Top of page Back to top of the page

Regions

India Pakistan Sri Lanka Bangladesh UK

Indian News, Pakistan News, Sri Lanka News, Bangladesh News

India:Rupee gains 20 paise vs dollar; Sensex up 126 points.

 

Pakistan:Pakistan welcomes IMF $6.7bn lifeline


Sri Lanka:LankaClear posts Rs 189 m PAT

 

Bangladesh:GDP growth rises to 6.18pc, per capita income $ 1044 

Text Only Email IPTU+44(0) 121 450 4250 India Pakistan Trade Unit Terms
Copyright ©2008 India Pakistan Trade Unit. All Rights Reserved.  Web design by Websynergi