Bhutan’s economy to rebound to 4.9 percent in FY 2023-24: WB

The World Bank (WB) predicts that Bhutan’s economy will rebound to 4.9 percent growth in the fiscal year 2023-24. 

Finance ministry projects 5.68 percent growth this year

Thukten Zangpo The finance ministry projected Bhutan’s economy to grow at...

Non-hydro debt set to reach threshold with Nu 35 billion borrowing in FY 2024-25

The government can borrow an extra Nu 35.88 billion as non-hydro...

Vehicle import ban saves Nu 5.3 Billion

The ban on importing vehicles could have helped Bhutan save Nu...

Bhutan’s economic growth could slow at 4 percent in this FY 2023-24: WB

The World Bank says Bhutan’s economy will grow slower at 4...

Import bill falls for first time after pandemic

Bhutan’s import bill last year saw a drop in the value...

Wood and wood-based products export to bring Nu 10B 

Bhutan, a forest-abundant country, aims to earn a revenue of Nu...

Young poultry farmers abandon their business

A decade ago, the prospect of poultry farming drew many farmers...

Egg demand soars in meat-less month

Demand for eggs has spiked in the capital as meat shops...

Govt. proposes 55-74 percent pay hike for civil servants 

If the parliament passes the Pay Revision Bill of Bhutan 2023,...

Is Bhutan heading for trouble?

With a large number of people going abroad for study and...

Govt. raises bond to meet fiscal gap

To meet its growing fiscal deficit, the government had raised Nu 17.8 billion...

Bhutan to Set Up Silicon Chip and Graphite Battery Industries

Bhutan is exploring the possibility of setting up silicon chip and...

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