FM Associates is a leading Law firm in Bangladesh which has extensive experiences in helping big corporations and companies in setting up branch or liason offices in Bangladesh. Permission of Board of Investment (BOI) will be required in order to set up a Branch office/Liaison office/ Representative office and the foreign investor intending to set up a Branch office/ Liaison office/ Representative office is required to submit application in the prescribed form along with the following documents, which must be attested by the Bangladesh Embassy/High Commission of the country of
Bangladesh is home for ample opportunities for business resulting in large number of business organizations being incorporated every year. As of May 2016, around 7447 Companies; 198 Societies; 1318 Partnerships and 30 Trade Organizations have been registered with the Registrar of Joint Stock Companies and Firms (RJSC), Bangladesh.
According to Goldman Sachs, the next 11 emerging economies in the world includes Bangladesh along with Egypt, Indonesia, Iran, Mexico, Nigeria, Philippines, Turkey, South Korea, Pakistan and Vietnam.
Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is very vital for economy of developing countries like Bangladesh as it accelerates Gross Domestic Product (GDP), domestic investment and export followed by overall economic growth. Bangladesh has been a lucrative place for foreign investment in the recent years after the country has reached political stability, which was a major concern for foreign investors for years, under the current government.
Last year an arbitral tribunal established under Annex VII of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) delivered its award in the Dispute concerning the Maritime Boundary between Bangladesh and India (Bangladesh v India). Bangladesh having a maritime area of 40,000 sq km (approx) within the cut-off, went to the tribunal and got the maritime
In order to fuel the ruling party’s election manifesto of creating a “Digital Bangladesh”, several high scale projects for developing the Information & Technology sector of the country has been initiated. Alongside, Bangladesh High-Tech Park Authority Act 2010 was enacted, the preamble of which is very critical about how such Tech parks will be constituted, governed and operated.
The past decade has seen an exponential growth of Television channels and Radio stations in Bangladesh. There has been a steep escalation in the number of Television channels in Bangladesh and the Radio channels have become unprecedentedly popularized.