Developing Agribusiness Strategies for Bangladesh - An Analysis
Muhammad Ali () and
Anisul M. Islam ()
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Anisul M. Islam: University of Houston-Downtown, USA
AIUB Bus Econ Working Paper Series from American International University-Bangladesh (AIUB), Office of Research and Publications (ORP)
Agribusiness is one of the most challenging businesses today. Bangladesh depends largely on agribusiness because agriculture still plays a dominant role in the economy. Given the high importance of this topic, this study has been undertaken in the context of ecological imbalances and global warming that is creating serious food insecurity. The authors’ argue that agrarian reform is required for increasing productivity in agricultural, strengthening agribusiness, efficient utilization of natural resources, and improved code of conduct for the organizations involved in the business processes. Agricultural products need financing as well as proper marketing strategies and better value chain needs to be created. Bangladesh can sustain long run macroeconomic stabilization by reducing deficit between demand and supply and achieving economic progress, and reducing unemployment and mass poverty through proper development and implementation of agro-business strategies. The growth of this business may also help improve the balance of trade position of the country.
Date: 2011-04, Revised 2011-04
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