Bangladesh faces many economical problems because of overpopulation even though they’re economy has been increasing in the recent years (Quartz). One of the biggest problems in Bangladesh is political instability (World Bank). Since there are more and more people in Bangladesh, people can vote for a candidate who isn’t so qualified and cause a shift in the election. Also, if the wrong candidate is chosen by these new people, the candidate can cause the economy to crash. A major political issue in many countries and especially in Bangladesh is the dowry system.
Not to mention, these developing countries offer similar benefits with Bangladesh namely, cheap labor and rent, abundant workers, and low restrictions on pollution emission. Thus, they could resume their operations relatively swiftly upon leaving Bangladesh and recover their losses. Some stakeholders – Bangladeshi government, investors, and employees – are adversely affected because they will suffer an economic loss, face relocating costs and time, and also severe income loss from unemployment. Other stakeholder – community – would benefit because pollution emission levels would decrease bettering the living
Education is huge to the communities within Bangladesh. Health professionals can educate on tuberculosis, malnutrition, family planning, and how to safely drink the water. Arsenic remains to be a huge issue in the country. Ingesting of high levels lead to serious health issues thus the need to test and mark wells is extremely important. These three global health issues demonstrated in Bangladesh are major challenges, but with a little help and effort change can
The domestic market in Bangladesh has potential for growth as well. This is due to rising per capita income which has recently passed the USD 1,000 mark. In addition, the economic conditions of the countries in this region is changing rapidly with increasing economic growth translating to higher per capita income and in turn, more purchasing power. This is going to pull the demand for products such as footwear upward as they move from being a necessity to a more brand and status oriented
It is less costly to develop such programs in these regions. Additionally, tea tourism works well with existing enterprises such as tea estates and can generate important secondary income for tea estate households. There are many places where Tea tourism has been successful. Some of them are China, Srilanka and Nepal. People nowadays are becoming aware of the need to conserve their culture for the future.
Challenges Bangladesh has got many challenges to face when it comes to energy supply of the industry. One of them being how to ensure energy security for the entire population. The primary resource for energy in our country is gas. Hence we have to make sure that everyone is brought under the safe energy network along with supplying all the gas based industrial needs. Omera LPG......
This rapid urbanization in Bangladesh is perhaps inevitable in a situation of globalised market economy without a national system having minimum control over the development process. The conflict of development and inequality is not to be easily resolved in our existing political, social and economic
Another problem was comformity of Korean tourism. Regions which are well-developed for tourism, and where foreign tourists visit are confined in Seoul metropolitan area. And also purpose of visitng Korea of foreign tourists only focused on shopping. As it has no diversity in Korean tourism, it can not satisfy tourists’ who want new things, as a result it can not invite foreign tourists as many as they expected and hoped for. The other one was insufficient of tourism services, especially information and language communication.
1.1.1. The Global Hotel Industry: An ever-increasing number of destinations worldwide have opened up to, and invested in tourism, turning it into a key driver of socio-economic progress through the creation of jobs and enterprises, export revenues, and infrastructure development. Over the past six decades, tourism has experienced continued expansion and diversification to become one of the largest and fastest-growing economic sectors in the world. Many new destinations have emerged in addition to the traditional favorites of Europe and North America. World Tourism Organization [UNWTO] (2017) Tourism has boasted virtually uninterrupted growth over time, despite occasional shocks, demonstrating the sector’s strength and resilience.
The travel and tourism industry is one of the world's largest industries and includes businesses such as airlines, hotels, entertainment venues, and restaurants. Let's take a closer look at how acts of terrorism can impact the travel and tourism industry. After so many terrorist attacks in Pakistan in the last decade, all those foreigners who used to visit Pakistan have now forgotten the route to our country. Even our own people who were somewhat interested in sightseeing and wished to tell their children about our civilization and history and thus used to go on tours across the country during school holidays now cannot muster up the courage to step out of their homes. The rich ones don’t like to see the beauty of their own country anyway and prefer