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To ‘meat’ a huge demand

A processing unit is to be set up in Serbithang to reduce dependence on imports DoL: The department of livestock (DoL) will soon establish a meat-processing unit in Serbithang, Thimphu. Last year, Bhutan imported 10,336MT (metric tonnes) of meat products worth Nu 1.37 billion from India and Thailand. Bhutan is the highest per capita meat […]

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