- Second inning of economic liberalization
- Need for taxpayer-friendly administration
- NA to amend act to invest in hydropower sector
- Caution in capital market
- Nepse plummets by 38 points
- Donors cut grant as loan-paying capacity improves
- Embassies warned to not send citizens to Nepal
- Challenging economic management
- Trade deficit equals annual budget
- Problem in PTA negotiation
- 1,100 workers mobilized for Upper Marsyangdi A
- Increased confidence about construction of tunnel way
- Canadian companies to lend Rs 27 b for tunnel way
- Grant of Rs 5 m per MW for Upper Karnali advised
NA to amend act to invest in hydropower sector The Nepal Army (NA) is set to propose amendment of the NA Act to invest in hydropower sector.
Nepse plummets by 38 points The share market has fallen by a massive 37.61 points on Monday after the Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) set a limit on margin lending as the market that was rising enthusiastically until a month back has started to fall shattering one record after another.
Donors cut grant as loan-paying capacity improves Nepal is set to lose annual grant of around Rs 25 billion (US$ 250 million), that she is receiving form multilateral donors, with improvement in her capacity to repay loans.
Embassies warned to not send citizens to Nepal The All Nepal Revolutionary Tourism Trade Union close to CPN-Maoist has sent a letter through trekking agencies to foreign embassies in Nepal to not send their citizens to Nepal including a warning to take action should they arrive.
Trade deficit equals annual budget Trade deficit has increased to around the annual budget for the current fiscal year of Rs 618 billion with shrinking export.
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).
Officials at eight Nepali embassies under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs have illegally received family allowance worth around Rs 20 million.
Vegetables worth around Rs 18 billion have entered Kathmandu Valley in the past one year for consumption of around 4 million people living in the Valley.
The profit of commercial banks did not increase much in the fiscal year 2070/71 in lack of management of liquidity.
A new airline company, Himalayan Airlines, has come forward with the highest private sector investment in the sector to start international flights at a time when efforts to operate international…