- FNJ condemns displacement of Karobar journo Rawal
- PTA with India
- Protection of domestic industries
- Nepse rises by 29 points after monetary policy
- China to provide six more planes
- Organic alternative for pesticides
- Delay of four months in import of transformers
- Monetary policy seeks balance between growth, inflation
- PPA of seven projects approved
- Direction of monetary policy
- Necessary intervention against Chure abuse
- Monetary Policy today
- China to provide hangar worth Rs 4 b to NAC
- 25 percent of expenditure in 12th month
Nepse rises by 29 points after monetary policy The Nepal Stock Exchange (Nepse) index rose by 29 points on Sunday to reach a six-year high of 1,074 points.
China to provide six more planes The Chinese government will provide six more airplanes to the national flag carrier Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) in grant and soft loans as per the last year’s model.
Delay of four months in import of transformers Import of transformers will be delayed by another four months due to the procedural delays in production, testing and supply.
Monetary policy seeks balance between growth, inflation The Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) has issued a strict monetary policy even though it should have brought an expansionary monetary policy to achieve the economic growth rate of six percent targeted by the government.
PPA of seven projects approved The Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) has approved power purchase agreements (PPA) with promoters of seven hydropower projects with combined installed capacity of 62 MW.
NRB takes over management of H&B The Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) has taken over the management of H&B Development Bank suspending the board of directors and the chief executive officer (CEO).
The Federation of Nepalese Journalists (FNJ) has condemned displacement of Karobar correspondent Ramesh Rawal from his workstation in Kalikot district due to threats and unsafe working environment.
The Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) will bring Monetary Policy on Friday to complement the government’s fiscal policy to encourage investment and control inflation.
Merger of 31 banks and financial institutions has been stalled in lack of agreement for swap ratio for shares.
Dues of Rs 211.51 million—that the national flag carrier Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) had to pay to the regulatory body Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN)—is set to be waived…