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

Bhutan’s trade deficit last year stood at Nu 27 billion (B), a decrease from Nu 30B and Nu 29.6B in 2018 and 2017 respectively.

This is the lowest in five years, according to Bhutan Trade Statistics (BTS) 2019.

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