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Fourth phase of monetary measures provides loan restructuring options

Phase IV of the monetary measures will allow eight different forms of loan restructuring options to support depending on the severity of impact of the pandemic and the affordability of the borrowers.

Government subsidies to SoEs drop

The government has slashed its annual subsidies to state-owned enterprises (SoEs) and...

Is Bhutan’s economy at risk? 

Rising food prices driven by cost of transportation, a growing trade...

Import prices quadruple in 2021, jump over 18% 

Import prices of goods were 18.05 percent higher in 2021 over...

Escalating cost affects construction sector

For more than two years, the construction sector has been one...

Domestic borrowings push debt-to-GDP ratio to 130.9%

The government’s domestic borrowings pushed the public debt to Nu 247.68...

Bhutanese economy should move from resource-driven to productivity-driven

With only hydropower dictating the economy of the country, Bhutanese economy...

Inflation hits low and middle-income families hard

With prices of goods skyrocketing, many people are feeling the pinch,...

Three FIs temporarily suspend loans

Following a directive from the Royal Monetary Authority (RMA), Bhutan Development...

Fuel transporters stop supply with no revision in freight charges

More than 30 truckers in Phuentsholing had not loaded up to...

Cross border energy trade redeems current account imbalance in Bhutan

Bhutan is the only South Asian country with surplus energy exporting...

MoEA to implement wholesale distribution system 

The Ministry of Economic Affairs (MoEA) will start a distribution system...

CSI bank temporarily freezes loans

The Royal Monetary Authority (RMA) has directed the National Cottage and...

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