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Price Commission

n
(Historical Terms) (in Britain) a commission established by the government in 1973 with authority to control prices as a measure against inflation. It was abolished in 1980
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An agriculture costs and prices commission, like that at the Centre, would be set up to study minimum support price.
The provincial governments should set up Agricultural Prices Commission on the lines
Also, the Agricultural Prices Commission has announced a minimum support price for millet.
The BJP will constitute a Food Prices Commission free from political and bureaucratic interference.
Pakistan Agricultural Prices Commission (APCOM) surveys [Salam, et al.
With this objective in view the Government gradually has done away with the Agricultural Prices Commission and recently renamed it as Agriculture Policy Institute making it a department of the Ministry of Food & Agriculture, thus taking away its autonomous character.
The National Prices Commission streamlined prices in the 1970s and that stifled competition too much.
Abdul Salam, Ex-Chairman Pakistan Prices Commission, Dr.
The Prices Commission said: "UK companies have been handicapped by the strong continuing preference for certain Irish products in Ireland.
The reports of these two Special Committee, when become available, are considered indepth by the Price and Grade Revision Committees consisting of the representatives of tobacco growers, tobacco industry, Industries Division, Government of Pakistan, Agricultural Prices Commission, Pakistan Tobacco Board and headed by the Agricultural Development Commissioner, Government of Pakistan.
This has been revealed in a comprehensive report on gram crop submitted recently to the Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock by the Agriculture Prices Commission (APC).