Both global and local macro-challenges can have serious implications for the people of Bangladesh
When global prices dropped, we did not see the energy prices go down in Bangladesh. Why is that?
Speaking to us about this issue is Anu Muhammad, professor of economics at Jahangirnagar University.
Does the government not know of the plight of lower- and middle-income groups?
The Bangladesh Energy Regulatory Commission Act-2003 clearly states that only the commission, a statutory body for regulating the country’s energy sector, can increase or adjust fuel prices.