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CONCORD OVILASH (FIRST FLOOR), HOUSE 62, ROAD 11A, DHANMONDI, DHAKA 1209, BANGLADESH
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Work (88-02) 5815 1535
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Fax +88 02 5815 1136
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Web:
www.siaalaw.com

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Syed Ishtiaq Ahmed & Associates

Syed Ishtiaq Ahmed & Associates handles advisory work for financial institutions, statutory corporations and private sector corporate clients on matters such as negotiation and review of contracts, international trade, banking regulations and joint venture agreements. The firm also has extensive experience in litigation and arbitration. Syed Afzal Hasan Uddin, Nihad Kabir, Mohammed Asaduzzaman and Nazia Kabir are the key partners.

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    Ferdausur Rahman, Barrister (Lincoln's Inn) and Partner, A.S & Associates highlights the business opportunities in thefast growing economy of Bangladesh.Bangladesh is a booming economy, recently making the list of low-middle income countries as per the World Bank.According to the IMF, the Bangladeshi economy is projected to grow from $180 billion to $322 billion by 2021. The rate ofGDP in 2015 was $195.1 Billion and the gradually escalating growth rate was 6.6%. High-growth domestic markets,government support, lower valuations of takeover targets and ready access to capital have provided unprecedentedopportunities for investors all across the world to explore new market in Bangladesh. Bangladesh is already one of theleading FDI targets in the Asia Pacific.
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    As from 1 July 2005 the Bahraini Trade Mark Office will accept applications for services that fall into classes 42 to 45 in accordance with the Eighth Edition of the Nice Classification of Goods and Services.