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Market Watch - 10 This issue of Market Watch- 17 consists of the following highlights: ƒ 1)The two percent increase in the price of coarse rice this month signals the end of the seasonal downward trend in prices after the paddy harvest. The price of coarse rice rem...
MoAC, FNCCI, CIPF, WFP, (2009)
Market Watch - 5 This issue of Market Watch-5 consists of the following highlights: 1) Severe problems of food insecurity reported in districts of Mid- and Far-Western hills and mountains due to rising food prices, unavailability of food in the market and little or n...
MoAC, FNCCI, CIPF, WFP, (2008)
Market Watch - 8 This issue of Market Watch-8consists of the following highlights: 1Recent harvesting, particularly paddy and maize, has resulted in expected seasonal price decreases for many key commodities, including a 5.5 percent national average decrease in the p...
MoAC, FNCCI, CIPF, WFP, (2008)
Market Watch - 13 This issue of Market Watch- 13 consists of the following highlights: 1)Supply constraints remained a serious concern for rural markets this month. Many rural markets are now experiencing critical food shortages for the second month in a row due to ...
MoAC, FNCCI, CIPF, WFP, (2009)
Market Watch 20 This issue of Market Watch- 17 consists of the following highlights: •High food prices remain a significant concern for Nepal. The most recent year-on-year food price inflation figure provided by the Nepal Rastra Bank in November was over 16 perce...
MoAC, FNCCI, CIPF, WFP, (2009)
Market Watch - 12 This issue of Market Watch- 12 consists of the following highlights: 1)A 13-day bandh in the Terai disrupted markets in Kailali, Banke and Parsa and caused severe supply scarcity and food security distress in various hill and mountain feeder markets ...
MoAC, FNCCI, CIPF, WFP, (2009)
Market Watch - 17 This issue of Market Watch- 17 consists of the following highlights:1) The price of staple food in Nepal is now as high, or higher than, during the peak of the international food crisis in August 2008. 2) During August and early September monsoon rai...
MoAC, FNCCI, CIPF, WFP, (2009)
Market Watch - 6 This issue of Market Watch- 6 consists of the following highlights:1)Districts in the Mid- and Far-Western Hills and Mountains continue to face severe problems of food insecurity due to high food prices, natural disasters and hindered access to marke...
MoAC, FNCCI, CIPF, WFP, (2008)
Market Watch - 7 This issue of Market Watch- 12 consists of the following highlights:1)Food prices have largely continued to rise across Nepal and in some parts have been further affected by the closure of the East-West highway in Eastern and Far-Western Terai, and t...
MoAC, FNCCI, CIPF, WFP, (2008)
Market Watch - 9 This issue of Market Watch- 9 consists of the following highlights:1)This month the central bank announced that year on year inflation in Nepal has increased to 14.5 percent, from 6.3 percent in the previous year- largely as a result of continuing h...
MoAC, FNCCI, CIPF, WFP, (2008)