Export Policy in Bangladesh

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Export Policy 2009-12 Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh Ministry of Commerce Bangladesh Secretariat Dhaka. Export Policy 2009-2012 Contents SL. No 1 2 Chapters Preface Chapter One Subject Page No 1-2 3-5 Title, Objectives, Strategies, Application and Scope 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Chapter Two Chapter Three Chapter Four Chapter Five Chapter Six Chapter Seven Annex-1 Annex-2 General Provisions for Export Steps toward Export Diversification General Export Facilities Product-Specific Export Facilities Export of Services Other Steps towards Export Promotion List of Export-Prohibited Products List of Products under Conditional Export 6-8 9-11 12-18 19-23 24 25 26 27 The Export Policy 2009-12 has…show more content…
In doing so, labor-intensive exportoriented industries will be encouraged, massive training programs will be organized to enhance the skills of workers and various incentives will be doled out to encourage and diversify exports. Besides, loan facilities at reduced interests will be arranged, infrastructural development activities will be geared up and establishment of backward and forward-linkage industries will be encouraged. Also, steps will be taken to develop utility services, install state-of-the art laboratories for controlling the quality of exports, set up product-based industrial zones or clusters, ensure easy availability of raw materials for exports, disseminate updated information to the producers on markets and technology on a regular basis, and ensure overall development of the Chittagong and Mongla Ports including further simplification of procedures for releasing goods. The Export Policy 2009-12 has underscored the need for expanding export, increasing the productivity of export-oriented industries and facilitating the overall development of the export sector through capacity building of local export-oriented industries. Five Business Promotion Councils are already in place under public-private partnership to enhance the capacity and awareness of the exporters and mitigate the supply constrains paving the way for enhanced uninterrupted supply of export products. The scope of these councils will be gradually expanded. Export statistics of
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