Remittance reaches close to 30 pc of GDP

Published on: 2015-08-31         1328 views

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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Top-Down Democracy

Top-Down Democracy

By Madan Lamsal

Some people have started trying to stir up a storm in a teacup, claiming that Nepal's democracy is in danger. Sounds quite alarming. But don't worry! Nepal's democracy is not in danger- it's just that its course has . . . read more »