India Bhutan Business Contact
Recently, seven additional entry and exit points have been formalized to enhance trade links between these two countries.(India Bhutan Business Contact)
Nagarkata Land Customs Station without commodity restriction; Agartala Land Customs Station as an entry/exit point; Pandu port (Guwahati Steamerghat) as an entry /exit point, subject to cross border control at Dhubri; Jogighopa port as an entry/exit point, subject to cross border control at Dhubri; Asian Highway 48 connecting Torsha Tea Garden in India and Ahllay in Bhutan as an additional route corresponding to the Land Customs Station at Jaigaon; Kamardwisa as an entry/exit point; Birpara as an entry/exit point.
India is the largest trading partner of Bhutan with a total trade of US$ 1.083 billion in the year 2020-21.
Major products exported to Bhutan include: petroleum products, mineral products, machinery, automobiles and parts etc.
Major products imported from Bhutan include: electricity, basic metals and materials, mineral wood and wood products, etc.
Source – The Hindu