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However, the retailers refused to bring down the price terming it illogical as wholesalers were selling sugar at Rs75 per kg and the retailers at Rs78 to Rs80 per kg.
We hoped that the rate of NPL will come down within 10 percent in the new July statistic of the Bangladesh Bank as the government and bankers are providing all sorts of efforts to bring down the NPL within a tolerable level," he added.
Zafar Mirza said that Pharmaceutical Firms have been instructed to bring down the prices of medicines to the reasonable level failing which the government will take the matter to Drug Court.
It has the capacity to viciously destroy, to bring down even the mightiest of heroes, the strongest of hearts and the heaviest of arms.
The government has managed to bring down electricity theft and saved Rs 42 billion, so far in the campaign, he continued in his tweet.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-December 27, 2018--Bangladesh banking authorities call on state banks to bring down bad loan levels
M2 EQUITYBITES-December 27, 2018--Bangladesh banking authorities call on state banks to bring down bad loan levels
Global Banking News-December 27, 2018--Bangladesh banking authorities call on state banks to bring down bad loan levels
As Sheppard gave a potted history of Scottish politics, Murray asked him to get to the point where 11 SNP MPs voted with the Tories in 1979 to bring to bring down the Labour government.
He said the station received a distress call at 10.37am Sunday, following which six fire personnel were sent to the location and they managed to bring down two of the victims - Norhayati Ibrahim, 42, and Ani Murni Abd Hamid, 32.
THE full implementation of the Responsible Parenthood and Reproductive Health (RPRH) law could bring down poverty rate to single and digit levels within President Duterte's term, according to the National Economic Development Authority (Neda).
LAHORE: Railways Minister Saad Rafique on Saturday said that there used to be anti-Bhutto politics before but now anti-Nawaz politics has become rampant, criticising the alliance of opposing parties demanding resignations from ruling party.No party can bring down the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), the minister asserted.