- Enthusiasm for organic fertilizers
- Control of cross-border shopping
- Customers flock to Jogbani for shopping
- Ambitious target of developing country
- 'Impossible' to become developing country in current state
- Ban on single-engine planes to carry passengers
- Nepse rises by 50 points in two days
- Second inning of economic liberalization
- Nepse jumps after NRB explanation
- UTL's process of acquiring unified license stalls
- Need for taxpayer-friendly administration
- Nepse again falls by 26 points
- Half of finance companies fail to raise paid-up capital
- NA to amend act to invest in hydropower sector
Customers flock to Jogbani for shopping Archana Karki of Biratnagar-7 goes to Jogbani, India the first Saturday of every month for shopping.
'Impossible' to become developing country in current state The government’s plan to upgrade Nepal into the status of a developing country from a least developed country (LDC) within the next eight years looks set to fail if there is no massive improvement in investment environment.
Ban on single-engine planes to carry passengers The single-engine airplanes, that were focused on carrying passengers after decline in cargo flights, will no longer be allowed to carry passengers with the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) banning single-engine planes from doing so.
Nepse rises by 50 points in two days The share market has again started to rise after falling unexpectedly for a few days with the Nepal Stock Exchange (Nepse), that fell by 76 points in the first three days of the week, recovering by around 50 points in the last two days.
Nepse jumps after NRB explanation The share market that plummeted by 64 points on the last two days to surprise everybody following a new provision of the Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) related to margin lending jumped by 38.57 points on Wednesday.
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 Nepal Army (NA) is set to propose amendment of the NA Act to invest in hydropower sector.
The share market continued to fall even on Tuesday falling by 25.98 points after a 37.61-point fall on Monday.
Almost half of the finance companies in operation across the country have failed to increase paid-up capital as required by the Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB).
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…