The 2017 Investment Climate Assessment of Bhutan provides a detailed assessment of firm performance and constraints as they enter, operate, and exit domestic and international markets. The report provides policy recommendations that will support Bhutan to achieve an investment climate conducive to private sector growth, and the creation of productive and gainful employment.
World Bank.2017. Investment Climate Assessment of Bhutan: Removing Constraints to Private Sector Development to Enable the Creation of More and Better Jobs (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.
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The UN Resident Coordinators Office with the Australian Himalayan Foundation are pleased to present this outline of the executive training programme which will be presented to a group of CSOs from May 20 to 30, 2018 in Bhutan. Please find the complete brochure here. Click CSO workshop brochureRead More
Bhutan will implement the menu optimizer tool called the PLUS initiated by the World Food Programme (WFP). This tool is an online software that calculates the most nutritious and cost effective school feeding menus to ensure dietary diversity based on local food where possible. It will help substitute import goods by locally produced food to […]Read More
The United Nations Technology Bank for the Least Developed Countries, the United Nations in Bhutan and Faculty of Nursing and Public Health launched the Digital Access to Research (DAR) today. The Technology Bank aims “to strengthen the science, technology and innovation capabilities of the world’s least developed countries, so that they are no longer […]Read More
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