Royal Monetary Authority of Bhutan


Royal Monetary Authority of Bhutan

The Royal Monetary Authority of Bhutan is the central bank of Bhutan.

Address: PO Box 154: Thimphu: Bhutan [http://www.rma.org.bt/ Official website]

Industry description: National Commercial Bank

Owned by: GOVERNMENT OF BHUTAN

See also

* Bhutanese ngultrum
* Economy of Bhutan

External links

* [http://www.rma.org.bt/ Royal Monetary Authority of Bhutan official site]


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