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Dhaka, May 13: Despite the increase in remittances and export earnings for several months, the country's economy has come under some pressure to meet the cost of importing goods. The situation has reached such a stage that in just a few days, the value of money has to be devalued against the dollar. Besides, Bangladesh Bank has to take several more steps to overcome this pressure. Bangladesh Bank instructed the banks to provide necessary dollars as well as discourage the import of luxury goods. In this context, the import pressure has already come down.