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TO: Mrs. Deena Forkan DATE: July.28, 2013
FROM: Md. Shahryar Mostofa
ID: 1010394030 RE: Proposal to do a research paper on the strategies and policies used by street hawker are helping the corruption to grow more faster.

Introduction;
I propose to find the unbelievable but realistic truth about the unfair business policies and strategies of street hawkers which are effecting the growth of corruption badly. Street hawkers may looks like a very poor and decent people but for their business they are following many such strategies that are very unethical. Moreover as a result of those policies some honest people in the same profession can not make this business profitable.

Understanding the bad effects of those policies I intend my paper to be a background report for audiences and hope that my research will help readers to concern about this problem and take adequate actions to solve it.

Areas to be studied:
At this point in my research I have identified the following four questions to investigate: 1) What are the main strategies and policies of street hawkers which are unethical? 2) What are the main reasons to follow these unfair business strategies and policies? 3) What are the advantages and disadvantages to follow these strategies and policies? 4) How these strategies and policies will affect the growth rate of corruption?
I plan to divide the body of my paper into four sections, each one exploring one of these questions. I will also provide an introduction and a conclusion.

Hypothesis:

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