Bhutan is a landlocked state, enclosed by China and India. It has a strategic position as it controls several key Himalayan mountain passes. The climate varies across the country; it is tropical in southern plains, cool winters and hot summers in central valleys, severe winters and cool summers in Himalayas. The terrain is mostly mountainous. In terms of natural resources, Bhutan has access to timber, hydropower gypsum and calcium carbonate.
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