- Delay in trade facilitation
- Milestone in agricultural loans
- Transport fare raised despite fall in fuel price
- PAC orders suspension of Niroula
- 'Classify govt officials getting vehicle facility'
- MICR check too expensive to use for banks
- Management of govt vehicles
- Nepal, India sign PTA
- Suspicious transaction of Rs 800 m at NTB
- Mismanagement of govt vehicles
- Duality of governemnt about privatization
- Two dozen new aircraft this year
- Change of minister affects Magnesite Industry
- Nepal falls to 126th in economic freedom
Transport fare raised despite fall in fuel price The government is raising fare for all means of public transportation at a time when fuel price has been falling after implementation of the automatic pricing system. Transportation fare is being increased now in the pretext of rise in fuel price seven months ago.
PAC orders suspension of Niroula The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of the parliament has issued written instruction for immediate suspension of Acting Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) Subash Niroula accused of financial irregularities worth hundreds of millions.
'Classify govt officials getting vehicle facility' The Finance Committee under the parliament has instructed for classification of the government officials getting vehicles and to provide the details in a phase wise manner depending on priority.
MICR check too expensive to use for banks Banks and financial institutions have not issued the Magnetic Ink Character Recognition (MICR) checks due to extremely high cost even though the Nepal Rastra Bank had instructed to start doing so by mid-October (NRB).
Nepal, India sign PTA Nepal and India signed Power Trade Agreement (PTA) in Kathmandu on Tuesday paving the way for unhindered and nondiscriminatory power trade between the two countries.
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).
There have long been debates about cutting non-productive expenses of the government, but there has been no solid result until now. Tens of millions from the state coffers is being…
Attraction of investors toward the commercial banks, that dominate the companies listed at the Nepal Stock Exchange (Nepse), has been waning gradually as other companies have started to provide better…
Banks and financial institutions have proposed bonus and rights shares, and merger to increase paid-up capital due to fear of being punished by the Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB).
There is extreme polarization in the umbrella organization of the private sector, Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI).