New budget: Tracking prices going up and down

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3rd June, 2021 07:14:19 PM printer

New budget: Tracking prices going up and down

With the announcement of the proposed budget for the upcoming fiscal year (2021-22), a number of products are expected to see fluctuation in prices both upward and downward.

Prices down

The prices of products and services which may decline include microbuses, hybrid vehicles, LED bulb, stainless steel, poultry feed ingredients, materials used for manufacturing medical devices, ingredients used for producing medicine, autism services as well as locally-produced sanitary napkins, fresh fruits and puffed rice.

Locally-manufactured blender, juicer, mixer, grinder, rice cooker, multi cooker, pressure cooker, washing machine, microwave oven, and electric oven, as well as locally produced or assembled computer, laptop, notebook, notepad, tab, printer, scanner, keyboard, mouse, motherboard, power bank, router, network device, speaker, sound system, earphone, headphone, pen drive, CCTV, monitor, projector, USB cable, data cable, power reaper, power tiller, combined harvester and thresher machine.

Prices up

The prices of products and services which may go up include mushroom, imported meat, frozen meat of fowls, mineral water, mobile phone (cellular phone), iron bar and rods, denatured salt, sugar confectionary, vehicle safety glass, imported carrots, chewing gum, industrial salt and foreign soaps.

 


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