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Fig. 2 | BMC Health Services Research

Fig. 2

From: Evaluating medicine prices, availability and affordability in Bangladesh using World Health Organisation and Health Action International methodology

Fig. 2

Unit price dispersion relative to International Reference Price for Retail Pharmacies and Private Clinics.Source:Authors’ Data. Note: The price dispersion relative to IRP shows the minimum, maximum, 25th, 50th and 75th quartiles of observed prices in national currency divided by the IRP in national currency. The MPR statistic is represented by X markers. Vertical axis is truncated at 16.0, maximum value of benzoic + salicylic acid in Private Retail Pharmacy is 21.4

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