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External debt rises to Nu 222.72B  

The country’s external debt rose by 1.3 percent (to Nu 222.72 billion) as of the end of December 2021 compared with the end of September the same year.

Nu 28.48B transacted digitally during the lockdown

In what is one of the few positive impacts of the...

Govt. bond oversubscribed: what does it mean?

The government raised Nu 3 billion (B) through the issuance of...

GDP growth targeted at 5 percent by June 2022

Despite the pandemic, the government is aiming to achieve economic growth...

25 percent of capital budget spent in first half of fiscal year

The country spent Nu 10.6 billion (B) as capital expenditure in...

Six projects under KUEN-Phen Financing starts operation

When times are hard and inflation is spiralling out of control,...

FDI declines by 40 percent 

The country recorded a 40 percent decline in foreign direct investment...

Economy growth neutral in 2021: PM

Economy growth of the country in 2021 would be neutral or...

RSEBL to offer its system to the Maldives Stock Exchange

Royal Securities Exchange of Bhutan Limited (RSEBL) will sell its software...

Should we worry about the national debt?

The government plans to borrow more and put the money into...

National debt at Nu 315, 288 per person

If the national debt is divided among the population, every Bhutanese...

Capital expenditure increases significantly as Covid-19 restrictions ease

With the relaxation of Covid-19 restrictions, the capital expenditure performance or...

Remittance in 2020 contributed 4.82% to the GDP

At Nu 8.27 billion (B), remittance inflow in 2020 contributed about 4.82 percent to...

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