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Money Supply Analysis

 showed figures around 90 for all five months. We then realised, however, rthat our preoccupation with nearness to the border had led us to ignore the need for the "neighbour" to be on the route to the inland markets. Inspection of the map showed that the surplus rice from Thakurgaon would go to inland markets via Dinajpur, so that the price there would be higher, whether or not there was large-scale smuggling; nothing whatever can be deduced from the figure of 90, and we should not have included this pair of places on our original list.

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