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Business Bhutan
TypeWeekly newspaper
Owner(s)Chhimi Norbhu, Chimi Yangden
FoundedDecember 2009
LanguageEnglish and Dzongkha
HeadquartersThimphu, Bhutan

Business Bhutan is Bhutan's only financial newspaper. It is a weekly paper, written mainly in English with a Dzongkha language section, focuses on business, finance, and politics in Bhutan.