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Fuel prices continue to drop

Fuel prices have dipped to almost a decade low owing to Covid-19 pandemic.  

The petrol price in Thimphu has decreased to Nu 49.91 a litre. A litre of diesel now costs Nu 46.73. 

BIT and CIT deadline deferred to June 30

Business Income Tax (BIT) and Corporate Income Tax (CIT) filing for...

COVID-19: Immediate need to keep tourism employees economically engaged

The two-week tourist ban due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) scare,...

Seven percent GST across all board will eliminate 11 BST slabs

Should the Parliament pass the GST law, tax regime in the...

Good quality, poor production

Although the arrival of oranges at the depots in Phuentsholing this...

Govt. working to absorb short-term shocks and set an economic roadmap

The 21st century economic roadmap must begin with the change in mindset...

Share trading in the secondary market increases three-folds

Share trading in the secondary market has hit the roof, with...

High NPL in tourism and service incurs Nu 2.5B loss to FIs

The financial sector in the country has suffered a loss of...

Onion becoming increasingly unaffordable

Never in her 15 years as a vegetable dealer did Sangay...

Gross national savings at Nu 42B

The country’s economy witnessed a Gross National Savings of Nu 41.9B...

Poor yield worries mandarin exporters in Gelephu

There has not been enough supply this season at the orange...

GDP growth plunges to 3 percent in 2018

Since the onset of democracy, one peculiar trend in the economic...

FDI sector registers slower growth

The country recorded a slight decline in the number of Foreign...

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