Bhutan is a latecomer to the ICT space. The country is therefore well positioned to reap the advantages of a late starter in the technology space by not having any legacy systems, but having reliable access to electricity, access to relatively more cost effective technologies and opportunities for adoption of new (and open) standards.
The analysis of the current ICT capabilities landscape in Bhutan, coupled with feedback from industry and government institutions have shown that key e-commerce barriers could be broken down in four different areas:
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UNDP country office in Thimphu would like to announce the sale of a Toyota Landcruiser with the following details: Vehicle registration no. Date of Purchase Model/ Make Condition 3 CD 10 2006 Toyota Landcruiser (Diesel) Good running condition Interested bidders may send in their bids in a sealed envelope marked as “Bid for […]Read More
Her Royal Highness Ashi Sonam Dechan Wangchuck graced the opening of the National Stock-taking Consultation on Justice for Children yesterday. Bhutan National Legal Institute (BNLI) in collaboration with UNICEF organized the consultation workshop to strengthen cooperation among key stakeholders involved in administering justice for children. The need for specialized procedures for children who come in […]Read More
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