- Control of hawala
- Restructuring of NPC
- Reform in NEA along with tariff hike
- FM blames maneuverings for fall of share market
- Banter between FM Mahat and governor Khatiwada
- Resolve dispute in FNCCI
- Hydropower shares worth over Rs 17 b in two years
- FNCCI preparing to punish disgruntled faction
- Longest bridge in Nepal comes into operation
- Competition in transportation
- Malpractices in foreign employment
- Import of truck rises despite fall in fare
- Electricity tariff to rise by up to 17 percent
- Efforts to resume duty-free shops
FM blames maneuverings for fall of share market Finance Minister Ram Sharan Mahat has stated that there are unnatural maneuverings in the share market now and accused that some groups are conspiring to bring the market down in some pretext to serve their personal interest.
Banter between FM Mahat and governor Khatiwada Finance Minister Ram Sharan Mahat and Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) Governor had a banter on the role of regulatory body and private sector on Sunday.
Hydropower shares worth over Rs 17 b in two years Hydropower companies are set to issue ordinary shares worth Rs 17.24 billion within the next two years.
FNCCI preparing to punish disgruntled faction There is extreme polarization in the umbrella organization of the private sector, Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI).
Longest bridge in Nepal comes into operation The longest bridge in Nepal over Geruwa river at Kothiyaghat of Bhouratapu in the western part of Bardiya has come into operation.
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).
Cost of transporting goods from Birgunj and surrounding districts to Kathmandu and elsewhere across the country has fallen with the transport entrepreneurs carrying goods at a rate lower than Rs…
The Ministry of Commerce and Supplies has initiated the process of reopening the duty-free liquor shops that were shut down six years ago for extreme tax evasion following pressure of…
Commercial banks have started to buy shares of development banks and finance companies failing to raise paid-up capital to the required level on the cheap.
The next edition of the NADA Auto Show organized annually by the Nepal Automobile Dealers’ Association (NADA) to provide all necessary information about vehicles will start from Wednesday.