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Fiscal incentive help private sector growth Losing values?

Nu 6B revenue forgone in four years through tax holiday

Economy:  The government has foregone about Nu 6B from tax exemption between 2010 and 2014, which could have resulted in more economic activities and private sector growth.

Traders try to revive Nepal-Bhutan trade

Trade: While the governments of Bhutan and Nepal are...

DHI puts brake on BEGIN programme

It will support Loden Foundation that has similar programmes

Entrepreneur:...

Fuel price drops starting today

Trade: Fuel prices dropped across the country starting yesterday...

Demand for vehicle rises despite tax

Since 2009, the number of vehicles has increased by 51 percent 

DHI owned companies achieve targets

Compact: All Druk Holding and Investments (DHI) owned companies...

Lucrative start for apple export season

But export quantity is likely to drop by half of what...

LPG pricing justified: MoEA

The ministry refutes special audit findings 

Trade: Officials from the...

Nu 2.8B of total budget unused last year

The RAA says most of the budget underutilization cases arise at...

Licensing policy to remove bottlenecks for businesses

Trade: To reduce administrative burden on entrepreneurs and ease...

FIs contribute Nu 70B to credit

Economy: Nine months after the loan restrictions were lifted...

No requirement to join AIIB now

Credit: Bhutan will consider joining the Asian Infrastructure Investment...

Tourism industry asks for policy on regional tourists

Given the increasing arrivals, the industry feel there is a need...

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