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NPL increased by Nu 12B in first quarter

The non-performing loans (NPL) ratio to total credit has jumped to 19.5 percent in March from 10.9 percent in December 2019. The total credit, as of April stood at Nu 142.689 billion (B), according to the Royal Monetary Authority’s monthly statistical bulletin for August.

Boulder export to resume in Samtse

Export of boulders (and aggregates) to Bangladesh and India...

Digital payments on the rise

Digital payment transactions have seen a significant jump amid the Covid-19...

Consumer prices rise amid Covid-19

Consumer prices rose sharply from March to May in the wake...

What would the 21st Century Economic Roadmap be like?

The national taskforce on the 21st Century Economic Roadmap is working...

Budget targets 2 percent GDP growth

Taking into consideration the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the...

Domestic revenue to fall by 14 percent

The domestic revenue for fiscal year 2020-21 is estimated at Nu...

Budget increases by 14 percent amid fall in domestic revenue

The annual budget for the fiscal year (FY) 2020-21 has reversed...

Local economy bounces back in Phuentsholing

There is normalcy returning to Phuentsholing, the busiest commercial hub in...

Meat import increases by 10 percent

The import of meat increased to more than 12,102 metric tons...

Nu 27B trade deficit last year, lowest in five years

Bhutan’s trade deficit last year stood at Nu 27 billion (B),...

Covid-19 takes economy back to square one

The economy is having its worst year in the recent history...

E-commerce picks up, as Covid-19 discourage outing

You name it— foods, clothes, books, drink and online fitness classes—global...

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