A Study on Vegetable Export for the Economic Development of Bangladesh and Its Entrepreneurial Opportunities for Young Educated Bangladesh People

Kazi foyez Ahmed


This study tries to explain the prevailing vegetable supply chain system in Bangladesh which impact on International Market linkages includes some markets, number of intermediaries, and involvement of Stakeholder. Next, it shows many limitations within the present supply chain where the issues of export of vegetable supply chain have discoursed thoroughly. Then, the influences of lack of effective supply chain linkages are discussed. The main difficulties met by the growers, Exporter, and negotiators were deficiency of money, Training, production, Packaging Knowledge, poor communication and transport services, lack of adequate storage services, lack of suitable market info, higher market tolls, deficiency of market facilities, etc. The growers and intermediaries also suggested some solutions to those difficulties. As vegetables are perishable products, the study provides an overview of the issues and solutions within the use of cargo space at the airport. The govt should take the required steps to undo these problems and thus extend the effectiveness of vegetable supply chain export marketing in Bangladesh. Here shows a proposed vegetable supply chain and policy level suggestion for International Market linkages. At present Bangladesh is in the demographic dividend. It includes a large number of educated unemployed.  This study provides a detailed explanation of how to start a new business to grow as an entrepreneur.  These people can play a significant role in the country's GDP by exporting vegetables from the country by obtaining export licenses and earning foreign exchange.

DOI: 10.7176/RHSS/11-20-09

Publication date:October 31st 2021


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