The Bhutan eRegulations site is brought to you by the Department of Industry under the Ministry of Economic Affairs. You can access step-by-step guides on investment procedures in all 20 Dzongkhags, describing the actual practice from the user's point of view. The development of the eRegulations portal was made possible with support from the Business Facilitation Program under the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development.
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Application for initial Foreign Investment Certificate, incl. of CT
Payment methods:cash, credit cards, Check
*Applying online for a new Business License is TOP $57.50 incl. of CT.
*Renewal of a business license in person is TOP $57.50 incl. of CT while renewal of business license online is TOP $28.00.
*only company cheques are accepted and EFTPOS
NOTICE: If applicant is a foreign investor then a Foreign Investment Certificate is required before the issuance of a business licence.
- If Foreign Investor has arrived in the Kingdom on a Visitors' Visa. He can submit his application while in the Kingdom and return to his country awaiting the approval of his FIC and/or a Tongan Affiliate to launch the application for foreign investment on their behalf.
- If Foreign Investor are applying from the outer islands: A letter of support is also needed from other island Officer's In Charge (OIC) to backup the application.
- Foreign Investors ARE NOT allowed to operate business activities under Reserved List (refer attachment below).