Csr Activities of British American Tobacco Bangladesh

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CSR Activities of British American Tobacco Bangladesh (BATB)
Bangladesh Scenario since 1971: Based on the 2009 CSR Report
Course: Business Communication
Course Code: BUS 231

PREPARED FOR
Ashraf U Bhuiyan
Senior Lecturer
Department of Business Administration

PREPARED BY
Md. Kawsar Mannan
ID No # 2009-1-10-110
Section: 06
Department of Business Administration
14 December 2010
East West University

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11 August 2010

To

Ashraf U Bhuiyan
Senior Lecturer
Department of Business Administration
East West University
43, Mohakhali C/A, Dhaka-1212

Subject - Submission of the report “CSR Activities of British American Tobacco Bangladesh (BATB) - Bangladesh Scenario since 1971: Based on the 2009 Year End CSR Report”

Sir,

I am the student of
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Since then, they have been dominating the local market.

BATB has always taken seriously its wider role as a corporate citizen. It is embodied in their mission, vision, slogan and the four guiding principles of running business. The company is committed to building constructive partnerships for change, listening to their stakeholders to try and understand their expectations, and defining and demonstrating responsible behavior. They are responsible towards their employees, local community on which they operate on as well as being responsible towards the Government of Bangladesh. Their assistance to the rural community based on agriculture also necessitates further reorganization.

Their social responsibility also extends toward their customers, suppliers and investors. Despite being a dominating company in a competitive market, they duly acknowledged the harms done by their products especially to the youth. BATB responsibly take care of their suppliers by going as far as to provide health benefit to the farmers. Also BATB never forgets to treat their investors with supreme justice.

BATB is the single largest revenue generator in the private sector, generating some Tk. 1,700 crores in the 2002/03 fiscal year in supplementary duty and VAT for the government. For their remarkable actions, they have been awarded with prizes i.e. Prime Minister's National Award on Tree Plantation and he President's Award in Agriculture over the last 30 years.

In this report,
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