Remittance reaches close to 30 pc of GDP

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Remittance inflow during FY 2014/15 reached an amount equivalent to around 30 per cent of Nepal’s GDP, annual data from the central bank. . . Read More »


Need For Green Banking

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Policy For Inclusive Growth

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Investment Issues In Nepali Insurers

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Financial Inclusion Must For Inclusive Growth

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Nepal’s Macroeconomic Challenges In 2014

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Current Road Expansion: A Four Lane Road To Unsustainability

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Nepali Federalism From Economic Perspective In Nepal

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Commercial Bench In Nepali Courts Prospects And Challenges

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The Gold Price Paradox

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Gold And So-Called Regulated Gold Market In Nepal!

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Can Nepal Achieve 7 Per Cent Economic Growth Rate?

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‘Focus On Agriculture And Industrialisation’

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‘Political Stability Is A Must’

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‘Seven Percent Growth Rate Possible’

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The Rudderless Boat of Federalism
Flames of the federalism debate are once again flaming high, reaching as far as Kailali in the far west, passing through Birgunj, Butwal and Surkhet. What began in Gaur and ended in Tikapur comes back to the memory. Now it’s Rupandehi. From time to time, the flames of federalism are being . . . read more »