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Fuel prices likely to rise further      

The price of fuel has more than doubled since May of last year and is expected to increase further in the coming days, according to experts. 

Prices are currently at a record high of Nu 86.28 a litre of petrol and Nu 82.93 a litre for diesel in Thimphu.

Share prices gain momentum 

The price of shares listed with the Royal Securities Exchange of Bhutan’s (RSEBL) stock...

Increase in prices of essentials remains unabated

While prices of local farm produce have decreased significantly, the overall...

Mass share auction raises over Nu 2 Billion 

Close to 26,000 bidders oversubscribed the Bhutan National Bank Ltd (BNBL)...

Boulder export to resume in Phuentsholing

Export of boulders from Phuentsholing is likely to resume anytime soon...

Boulder export from P’ling still on halt

Export of boulders from Phuentsholing has not resumed after it was...

Registration of cottage-scale industries made easy

Registration of cottage-scale businesses can be done online now.  

Ferrosilicon price hits a record high 

The ferrosilicon export price has hit a record price with a...

Govt. expects strong economic recovery next fiscal year

The government is optimistic that the economy will see significant improvement...

Inflation slows in the third quarter

Inflation has slowed down as of November after a record high...

Share prices of major players fall despite active trading 

The economic slowdown caused by the pandemic did very little to...

Remittance inflow grows despite Covid-19

Inward foreign remittance grew significantly last year despite the Covid-19 pandemic...

Hydropower generation increased by 31 percent in 2020

While almost all the sectors of the economy took a severe...

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