(1) Fire or Explosion.
(2) Stranding, Grounding, Sinking or Capsizing.
(3) Overturning or Derailment of Land Conveyance.
(4) Discharge of Cargo at a port distress.
(5) Collision or Contract with any external object other than water.
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01. Bank’s prescribed Loan Application duly filled in.
02. Client’s application in their letterhead.
03. Certificate of Commencement of Business (in case of Public Ltd. Co.).
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bKash is a subsidiary of BRAC Bank Limited. It started their journey as a joint venture company between BRAC Bank Limited, Bangladesh as well as Money in Motion LLC of USA, and in April 2013 International Finance Corporation (IFC). It is a member of the World Bank Group, f bKash objectives is to ensure access to a broader range of financial services for the people of Bangladesh. bkash serves the low income masses of the country to achieve broader financial inclusion by providing services that are convenient, affordable and reliable. Read the rest of this entry »
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Money is not an unmixed blessing. Total dependence or misuse of money may lead to undesirable and harmful results. In the words of Robertson,” Money, which is a source of so money blessings to mankind, becomes also, unless we can control it, a source of peril and confusion” The following are the disadvantages of money:
1. Instability: A great disadvantages of money is that its value does not remain constant which creates instability in the economy.Too much of money reduces its value and causes inflation( i.e. rise in price level) and too little of money raises its value and results in deflation( i.e. fall in price level). Inflation distorts the pattern of distribution in favour of the rich; thus, it makes the rich richer and poor poorer. Deflation, on the other hand, results in unemployment and hardships to the working class.