Finance ministry to come up with plan to replenish foreign currency reserve

The Cabinet on August 4 directed the finance ministry to submit a concrete plan to replenish foreign currency reserve in consultation with the economic affairs ministry and the Royal Monetary Authority.

Economic growth rebounds with 4.09 percent in 2021

Bhutan’s economic or gross domestic product (GDP) recorded a growth of...

Energy and resource companies help DHI’s profits

Druk Holding and Investments (DHI) group declared a Profit After Tax...

Inward remittances declining

Remittances from Bhutanese living abroad have seen a declining trend.  Statistics from...

NPL drops to Nu 17.56B in March

The non-performing loans (NPL) in the financial sector saw a drop...

Only two industries operational in Dhamdum Industrial Park

While the people of Samtse are pinning hope in the Dhamdum...

GoI extends SCF settlement period and reduces the interest rate

The Government of India (GoI) has extended the settlement period and...

Government to continue rationalisation measures in this fiscal year

As the country’s domestic revenue is adequate to only meet recurrent...

Fourth phase of monetary measures provides loan restructuring options

Phase IV of the monetary measures will allow eight different forms of...

Government subsidies to SoEs drop

The government has slashed its annual subsidies to state-owned enterprises (SoEs) and...

Is Bhutan’s economy at risk? 

Rising food prices driven by cost of transportation, a growing trade...

Import prices quadruple in 2021, jump over 18% 

Import prices of goods were 18.05 percent higher in 2021 over...

Escalating cost affects construction sector

For more than two years, the construction sector has been one...

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