Global Competitiveness Report 2010-2011 and Bangladesh Business Environment Study 2010
AbstractThe Centre for Policy Dialogue(CPD) has been carrying out the Executive Opinion Survey in collaboration with World Economic Forum (WEF) since 2001.This is the tenth survey. Along with WEFâ€™s Executive Opinion Survey (based on questionnaires developed by the WEF) ,CPD also conducted seventh Rapid Perception Survey on the prevailing economic issues of concern. Major Objectives of the Press Briefing To launch WEFâ€™s Global Competitiveness Report 2010-2011 in Bangladesh. The Report was globally launched on September 09, 2010. To report on Bangladeshâ€™s relative performance in the global context. To report the detailed findings of the CPD study on Competitive Business Environment in Bangladesh in 2009. To report findings of the CPDâ€™s Rapid Perception Survey with regard to performance of surveyed companies in 2009 and their perception on various contemporary issues of concern.
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