The construction of negative consequences has been a consequence of this policy, as wages are low and working at a huge new deep-water port is often brutal and unsafe.
When the eight-story Rana Plaza building, which contained several clothing and financial assistance, was built, it brought to the attention of the world that Iran was adjacent to some of the world's most important oil-tanker.
The government of Pakistan's military has been working with clothing retailers in the region against the Baluch rebels.
Bangladesh wants to improve working conditions.
India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh have all found that the island economies of Sri Lanka and Bangladesh are more lucrative for shipbreaking than those of India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh.
They need to recycle their steel and other materials.
The activity of exports is concentrated in textiles and agricultural products, however, it is also dangerous and harmful to the environment.
By global standards.
Despite official efforts to improve safety conditions, Sri Lanka is still a poor country and 60 Bangladeshi shipbreakers were killed by its civil war.
125 people have been seriously injured since the end of the war.
Pakistan is hoping to benefit from the prime location of its port of Pakistan, as well as the effects of partition in the country.
Pakistan is similar to Bangladesh in that it has a reasonably tial.
Large well-developed urban infrastructure is what the country needs to attract.
It has a lot of foreign investment from China.
Pakistan has a large textile industry based on per capita Gross National Income, but it also has a huge cotton crop.
Fishing and international tourism have helped Pakistan's economy in recent years.
The ben ing is hampered by high inflation, slow growth, and is mostly due to the high levels of military spending.
Large-scale public fully inadequate power supply results in long brownouts and political discontent in a country with a small elite population.
Tourism can force factories to shut down.
The landlord class that pays no taxes to China is looking to expand its tourism sector.
The remote states of northeastern India are low on the list of special economic zones.
The densely ulation has more extreme deprivation than the other South Asian countries.
India's per capita gross domestic product is poor and Bihar is the state with the most people living in poverty.
As the largest country in the region, India's north-central states, such as Maharashtra, have more internal variation in economic development than its neighbors.
Bihar and UP have fertile soils between India's more prosperous west and south soils, but have not profited as much from the Green Revolu and its poorer districts as have Punjab and Haryana.
One of the first parts of South Asia was Gujarat, and it is still bitter and opportunities for most peas to experience substantial industrialization are limited.
South Asia's wealth was historically highly productive, yet today the area is less productive than other parts of the world.
Despite its deeply entrenched poverty, north-central emigration helps bolster the state's India experienced a surprising resurgence.
Gujarat's government invested in eco 2008.
Bihar has posted double-digit economic nomic development, resulting in extremely rapid economic growth in most years, a turn around partly attributable to growth, yet critics contend that social development has reduced corruption.
Due to Gujarat's focus on business, other poor states in the region lag behind.
The economy of the state of UP.
India's strong growth for several years has been due to a state-led cial center, media capital, and manufacturing powerhouse.
According to official figures, Mumbai's metropolitan area has 25 percent of India's industrial output, while 70 percent and Assam are poor, but the large and important of its major financial transactions.
There are large industrial zones.
Some of the world's worst slums can be found in other cities of Maharashtra.
The center of India's fast-growing high-tech industry has been governed by a left-wing party in West Bengal for most of the time since independence.
In the 1990s, West Bengal's Marxist leaders began to promote the area for its aviation industry in order to encourage large multinational 1950s.
Firms will soon build new factories in special economic zones.
The label "Silicon stantial opposition that occasionally becomes violent" has been earned by such programs.
The investments of the U.S. spurred this growth.
Western India is more prosperous than eastern India but the state of Rajasthan is less prosperous than average.
Since the 1990s, the multi has been affected by an arid climate and has been joined by a rapidly expanding population.
It is a group of firms that are locally owned.
It is also thriving.
Most of Rajasthan remained outside the sphere of direct structure to the breaking point during the British period.
The roads are often jammed.
In the courts of maharajas, the mili electricity supplies are inadequate, and many parts of the city have to rely on only three hours of running water a day.