Regulatory Agency Sites
The Authority for Info-Communications Technology Industry (AITI) of Brunei is responsible for telecommunications, radio, and ICT industry development. The AITI accomplishes this regulation by granting licenses, monitoring the radio frequency spectrum, protecting consumers by resolving disputes, encouraging innovation and investment, establishing equipment standards, and much more.
The Department of Economic Planning and Development is responsible for implementing all policy that affects natural development in Brunei. The department's website contains links to current news, reports by the department, and statistics on the economy of Brunei.
The Ministry of Finance is responsible for monitoring and regulating the use of all public funds within Brunei. The site contains links to the different departments, divisions, and services of the Ministry of Finance.
The Ministry of Health is responsible for the oversight and regulation of the healthcare industry within Brunei. This site contains information on health services as well as statistics on the industry.
The Monetary Authority of Brunei Darussalam (AMBD) is responsible for policy development and regulatory affairs as they impact the Financial Services Industry of Brunei. This site contains a list of regulatory information divided by sectors as well as information on financial intelligence and monetary policy in Brunei.
The Australian Government Brunei Market Profile is provided by the Australian Trade Commission and includes a news section, business tips, and information about setting up a business in Brunei. The site also includes a list of useful government, business, and trade links.