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Published: 2018-06-07 13:49:35 | Updated: 2018-06-07 13:49:35

Products that will see price hike

Finance Minister AMA Muhith has presented Tk 4,64,573 crore national budget for the fiscal year 2018-19 in Parliament. Different products would be costlier as the finance minister today in the new budget proposed some changes to tariff on those. Besides, the finance minister also proposed to impose 5 percent VAT on e-commerce and digital business platforms such as facebook, google, youtube etc in the budget for fiscal 2018-19. The products that will see price hike: imported mobile and other battery charger, energy drinks, coffee, Green Tea, sugar confectionary, UPS/IPS (capacity up to 2,000 VA), voltage stabilizer (capacity up to 2,000 VA), automatic circuit breakers, lamp-holders, used/old vehicle and bicycle, cosmetic and beauty products, toiletries, perfumes (except attar), body sprays and similar items (except automatic vapour), cigarette and bidi, bathtubs, zacuji and shower trays, all kind of polythene and plastic bags etc.

Products that will see price hike

Finance Minister AMA Muhith has presented Tk 4,64,573 crore national budget for the fiscal year 2018-19 in Parliament. Different products would be costlier as the finance minister today in the new budget proposed some changes to tariff on those. Besides, the finance minister also proposed to impose 5 percent VAT on e-commerce and digital business platforms such as facebook, google, youtube etc in the budget for fiscal 2018-19. The products that will see price hike: imported mobile and other battery charger, energy drinks, coffee, Green Tea, sugar confectionary, UPS/IPS (capacity up to 2,000 VA), voltage stabilizer (capacity up to 2,000 VA), automatic circuit breakers, lamp-holders, used/old vehicle and bicycle, cosmetic and beauty products, toiletries, perfumes (except attar), body sprays and similar items (except automatic vapour), cigarette and bidi, bathtubs, zacuji and shower trays, all kind of polythene and plastic bags etc.
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