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Non-tariff barriers impede Bhutan-Bangladesh trade

Customs officials from the two countries met to remove barriers that restrict trade

Customs: Bangladesh levying a five percent duty on gypsum imported from Bhutan was one of the main issues for discussion in the first meeting of customs officials from Bhutan and Bangladesh yesterday in Thimphu.

Tashi Air to resume Kathmandu flights from August

Aviation: Private airline, Tashi Air, will resume its flights...

World Bank extends USD 20M policy credit

Credit: To build on the country’s investment climate and...

Non- hydro debt to not exceed 35% of GDP

Policy: The country’s non-hydro debt ceiling will not exceed...

Factual errors in Ease of Doing Business report: MoEA

Government is optimistic to reach the target of top 100

Highlanders unhappy with cordyceps yield and price

Fungus: Unhappy with a huge decline in the price...

ACC investigation slows business in P/ling

Several business entities have closed shop and banks expect a drastic...

Bleak start for Visit Bhutan year

Despite increase in tourist arrivals, spring hasn’t been as promising in...

Poor potato price worry farmers

Potatoes selling at half the price of last year

Business: The mood...

67M shares traded last year

RESEL: A total of about 67.15M shares worth Nu1.93B...

FCBL should support, not compete with private sector, say BCCI

FCBL: The Food Corporation of Bhutan Limited (FCBL) should...

DHI to take land ownership of its companies

A land policy has been framed to safeguard land against privatisation

Vegetable vendors hoard Tsirang’s vegetables

The early birds from Gelephu and Burichu buy in bulk from...

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