Bangladesh opens six more ports of call for Bhutan

Bangladesh has opened six new ports of call for use by Bhutan from September 15 this year.

Traders agree to make payment in INR through banks

Despite the initial hiccup where some local traders in Jaigaon threatened...

Economic growth projected at 4.9 percent this year 

Despite the two prolonged lockdowns from mid-January to March because of...

Food businesses struggling without maida

The shortage of maida (refined and bleached wheat flour) has led restaurants, bakeries,...

Revised domestic power tariff likely to hit HV consumers 

While the revised domestic power tariff  comes as a benefit to the...

Stores in short supply of wheat flour and related products

The import of wheat flour both atta and maida stopped after...

Moratorium worries vehicle dealers

With the moratorium on the import of select vehicles by the...

No further import suspensions for now: FM

The government will review the moratorium on the import of vehicles,...

Bhutan imports tobacco worth Nu 565.63M in first half of 2022

The country imported tobacco and tobacco products worth Nu 565.63 million...

659kg of cordyceps auctioned this year

It has been the best auction so far for cordyceps collector,...

Share prices settle after peaking in April

After share prices peaked in the secondary market in April this...

Too much money, too less credit

Financial institutions in the country have recorded significant growth in their...

Government halts 2,560MW Sunkosh project

The government will for now not pursue the 2,560-megawatt Sunkosh hydropower...

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