Ailing economic indicators

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The country’s fiscal deficit has widened to 7.36 percent of Gross Domestic Product (GDP), mainly because of the government’s fiscal policy to ramp up spending to offset the impact of Covid-19 and unprecedented decrease in the domestic revenue.

To boost local construction firms

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Construction companies employing only Bhutanese to get works…

No guests in Tang’s farmhouses

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Poor advocacy and lack of cooperation from tour operators and…

1,000kms of electric fencing by 2015

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As the only viable solution, installation of electric fencing…

Reward for information on escaped convicts

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The three inmates who were convicted for life imprisonment carry…

Bhutan prepared for Ebola on paper

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No budget has been allocated to date to set up a surveillance…

Picture story

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Refuel: Thimphu residents waited for hours yesterday to collect…

Five companies to be ISO certified

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This means their products will be of international standards Food:…

Broiler farm running dry

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Poultry: Some 11 farmers from Phuntshothang, Pemathang and Samdrupcholing…

BCSEA board meets but no decision reached

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Update: No decision was made as of yesterday evening on the English…

On the rise again

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Price of timber shoot despite government fixed arte in place Timber:…

1,993 vehicles imported in five months

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With or without tax revision, import of vehicles continue to…

GNH is gaining momentum

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Mega GNH events scheduled in the country in October GNH: If…