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Transporters of Chunnaikhola dolomite mines stop work

Unhappy with the rate revision, local transporters with the Chunnaikhola Dolomite Mines of the State Mining Corporation Limited (SMCL) in Gomtu, Samtse stopped transporting materials on May 9.

Bhutan and Thailand to have bilateral trade

The government of Bhutan and Thailand agreed to sign a bilateral...

Govt. struggles to use capital budget

Although the government relaxed the Covid-19 protocols, budgetary agencies struggled to...

Nu 32B trade deficit in 2021 highest in the last five years

Bhutan’s trade deficit last year was Nu 32.23B, the highest in...

Excess liquidity discourages short term deposits

Financial service providers (FSPs) in the country are no longer entertaining...

NCGS approves 114 projects in production and manufacturing sector

With 32 more projects approved on April 21 this year, National...

OCP registers 11 complaints against unregistered online businesses

Consumers have filed 11 complaints of unfair business practices to the...

Sluggish credit growth, a concern

A sluggish growth in lending, which has resulted in money lying...

The impact of Ngultrum depreciation against the dollar

The Indian rupee (INR) has been depreciating against the US dollar...

Government following up export issues

The Ministry of Economic Affairs (MoEA) is following up with the...

Businesses to seek more relief measures

Most of the businesses would not be able to repay loans...

Loan defaulters could hamper EV project

Defaulting loans, borrowed to buy electric vehicles (EV), has become a  hurdle...

Expansionary fiscal policy pushes debt-to-GDP ratio to 138.8 percent

The country’s outstanding external debt increased to a record high of...

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