• Economy of Bangladesh
    , crop loss due to natural disasters, the Bangladesh Bank‘s (BB) exchange rate policies, and the expansion of broad money (M3) and credit have exacerbated the price hike of primary commodities in Bangladesh. Moreover in recent years, food grain production, except for Boro (high yielding variety), has...
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  • Business Studies
    challenges for Bangladesh. Asked if the price hike of essentials has any link with political situation, he said there is no direct link, but political governments with closer ties with the people are able to take aggressive measures for increasing the food reserve. The present government also...
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  • Ramadan Price Hike
    uncontrolled price increase of the daily essentials. Each year before the month of ramadan, the prices of the daily essentials increase twise or even thrice as much. Every year the government tries his best to control the price hike of the daily essentials but fails eventually. But this year, the government...
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  • Inflation
    Bangladesh. One is the cost-push inflation which is typically caused by supply shocks such as flood, draught and oil price hike. The other is the demand-pull inflation that occurs when the aggregate demand (AD) in an economy outpaces the aggregate supply (AS). This article has two objectives: first, it...
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  • Consumer Associations of Bangladesh
    CAB Consumers Association of Bangladesh (CAB), was founded in February, 1978. Primarily started as a social group to protect consumers from commodity adulteration and artificial price-hike it has gradually widened its scope to establish and safeguard consumers’ rights and interests in social...
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    situation. Hoarding should be controlled. Smuggling and black-marketing are to be eradicated. Adequate supply of essential commodities is to be ensured. And last of all government should launch programmed to tackle the price hike problem. Natural Disaster in Bangladesh The devastations of...
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  • Inflation in BD
    the cost of production and overall prices. Moreover, fuel price hike in December 2011 in its fourth times boosted the food inflation to rise further. The Energy Regulatory Commission of Bangladesh raised power tariff for bulk users and retail consumers which increase fuel prices and may lead to...
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  • Hasasasad
    author(s) and do not necessarily represent those of DFID or any of its partner organisations. Printed by BRAC Printers, 87-88 (old) 41 (new), Block C, Tongi Industrial area, Gazipur, Bangladesh ii TABLE OF CONTENTS Executive summary Introduction Methodology Price hike and consumption response...
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  • Research Paper on Development of Health in Bangladesh
    some research institutes, the research works are not enough to fulfill the demands of people. There is also lack of modern equipments for research work. 3. Prize hike: Prize hike is also another big problem in Bangladesh which indirectly affects the health condition of the people of Bangladesh...
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  • Impact of Government Law on Edible Oil
    EU, USA, Argentina, Brazil, China and India, iii) Price increases which have been due to varying factors e.g. increase in oil prices, low stock worldwide, droughts, and speculation. Until demand and supply reach some kind Figure 2.1 Imports and Production of Oils and Fats in Bangladesh [5] Always...
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  • Visit in a Rural Area
    house to modern storeyed buildings. The joint family tradition of rural culture has almost been abolished. Almost all are now having single families. Though the food choice has been affected by price hike, their food habit is parallel to earlier one. Similarly, in case of livelihood, now people are...
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  • Food Security
    , global food price hike due to world food crisis harshly affected Bangladesh. 9. Reduction of Cultivable Land. It was estimated that in 1983 there was approximately 202,000 acres of cultivable land in the country which has decreased to 143,000 acres today. In other word the amount of cultivable land...
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  • lafarge surma cemnt
    infrastructure development is expected to keep the demand growth intact for that sector. Power disruption and energy price hike have been taking a toll on capacity utilization and operational cost in this sector. Key input costs hike like the prices of clinker & freight and currency depreciation have...
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  • Bangladesh Economy
    instruments: REPO and reverse REPO rates Due to the increase in the world price of food and oil, the pressure of inflation is increasing in Bangladesh. There has been increased pressure of demand both in domestic taka and foreign exchange markets rather sharply in FY 2011. While workers’ remittance...
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  • Construction Industrt
    to 95,000. In line with the demand, the prices of real estate properties are also rising very fast. Price hike of land and construction materials also add to the overall price hike. The price of land is increasing at a very high rate after 1990. After 2000, the rise in land price became steeper...
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  • Monetary Policy Stance
    developments and requirements of the economy so as to dampen inflation expectations and ensure required price stability. Bangladesh started FY09 with mixed developments in domestic and external fronts. On the domestic front, the economy gained reasonable short term stability with good growth prospects. On...
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  • Power and Energy Crisis of Bangladesh
    labor costs. So it has a great impact on the economy of Bangladesh. Fuel itself is exposed to price hike The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) an intergovernmental organization of twelve oil-producing countries made of Algeria, Angola, Ecuador, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Libya...
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  • Rising World Food Prices and Situation in Bangladesh: What Bangladesh Can Do
    in world on 2008. ▪ To evaluate the reason of current price hike in world. ▪ To analyze impact on Bangladesh for rising global food price. ▪ To analyze what steps should needed for Bangladesh in this situation. 2.Global Food Situation: 2.1.Food Price Indices in...
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  • AVIATION MANAGEMENT
    price hike of cotton and yarn in the global market may push Bangladesh to a very awkward situation to devastate the business. *The type of labor and political anarchies of the recent days if prevails in the future, Bangladesh may lose the business in the way Sri Lanka has lost. *Growing...
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  • Rising Food Price in Bangladesh
    Rising food prices in Bangladesh: Causes, poverty impacts and policy actions FOOD prices in both domestic and international markets have reached all-time high in recent times. The surge in the prices of food grains, especially that of rice, has become a matter of serious concern not only in...
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