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Govt. focusing on minimising impact of lockdown

The government is trying to minimise the impact of the second nationwide lockdown as the number of Covid-19 cases continues to increase.

Strong dollar makes external borrowings meaningful

The appreciation of the US dollar (USD) against the ngultrum has...

Trade deficit improves by -32.42 percent in 2019

A National Statistics Bureau report shows that Bhutan’s trade deficit improved...

Nu 843M remitted to Jaigaon merchants

The Royal Monetary Authority (RMA) has remitted Indian Currency (IC) Rs...

Inflation slows in August

In what could be read as a positive sign, the inflation...

Thinkers say tough road awaits Bhutan’s economic recovery

Bhutan has a tough road post-Covid-19 economic recovery, as India is...

Trade deficit narrows by 32 percent in first half

Bhutan’s trade deficit declined by 32 percent in the first half...

Boulder export resumes 

Boulder export from Phuentsholing has resumed since September 15 after it was...

Bhutan’s first govt. bond, worth Nu 3B, well-received 

The issuance of the first-ever sovereign or government bond worth Nu...

Bhutan and Bangladesh to sign preferential trade agreement

Bhutan and Bangladesh have finalised the draft terms and conditions for...

Nu 3B soft loans availed from ADB and WB for Covid-19 related activities

The government wants to keep the economy ticking over during the...

Small-time shopkeepers see a long way to recovery

The local economy in Phuentsholing is expected to gradually heal from...

Bhutan imported Nu 1B worth of dairy products in 6 months

If import substitution is seen as a means for reviving the...

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