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Good Morning Asean: Analysis Bhutan Economy

3 Comments to “Good Morning Asean: Analysis Bhutan Economy”
  1. Tshewangneedup | August 2nd, 2013 at 16:26:24

    is my opinion here why bhutan can come up good affiliated colleges where students can get their degree and masters easily in our country and also PhD. our parents are spending huge money on education of the children in india. In Bangalore in the kalyan Nagar zone Bhutan Student association has 150 students those who are paying more then 100000 in each year it comes more than one crore fifty lakhs in a year only in three colleges in kalyan Nagar zone bangalore so i feel bhutan can come up with three good college which can retain at least one crore fifty lakh in our country which can be our surplus amount

  2. wangchukla | July 10th, 2013 at 11:36:52

    our govt never analysis this problem…..thats why lots of our youth are leave like orphan even after completing their studies…..

  3. Yugyen | May 11th, 2013 at 17:37:32

    My Opinion
    How about reducing the number of labour from other countries?
    Ads: If reduced;
    1) Can help our youth and healthy men and women earn,
    2) May help to reduce the unemployment problems,
    3) May help the poor to earn better,
    4) May help to improve the economy of our country.
    How?
    Our money remains within our people which can be used for the development.
    Otherwise every year huge amount is paid to the labour (White collar/blue collar) from outside.

    Even if we reduce half the numbers, keeping the other half to guide us to develop our skills in the required fields would do much to the country’s economy.

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