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Business Financing

Private Equity Investment for Company Growth

Unlike in advanced and emerging economies, entrepreneurs in Nepal do not have facilities of alternative financing to start or expand their businesses. While wealthy entrepreneurs have various sources of financing, new and struggling entrepreneurs find . . . Read more »

Sectoral

Four Times the Better

Access to a high speed internet in today’s world has translated into higher levels of productivity and efficiency in work that ultimately results in the overall development of any . . . Read more »

Startup Scene

Waste Not, Want Not
New Ways of Urban Farming

Proper management of food waste is a worldwide problem. Every time foodstuff is thrown away, the energy, money and time spent on growing the crops is wasted. Besides this, rotten food releases . . . Read more »

Economy and Policy

Foreign Aid Dynamics
Humanitarian or Development ?

Development work is funded in three to-five-year cycles, and Humanitarian aid comes with conditions that require money to be spent in six-to eighteen . . . Read more »

Business Education

The Ace Way of Management Education

With 17 strong years of expertise in management education, Ace Institute of Management has established itself as a pioneer in management studies in Nepal and has produced 2,565 graduates till date. . . . Read more »

Corporate Focus

The Domestic Flavour

Launched nearly sixty years ago, Khukri Rum has become synonymous with rum in Nepal. Found in restaurants in London to Everest Base Camp, it is one of Nepal’s iconic brands and has satisfied the . . . Read more »

Management Gyan

CEO - Beware, You may Fail

Yes, many of the CEOs fail. It is a strong assertion, startling and dismally disappointing. But it is a fact. The failure rate of enterprises world over is much higher than success. All the failure . . . Read more »

Interview

“We are introducing a new beer with an investment of Rs 3 billion”

Vijay Kumar Shah, Founder Chairman of the Himalaya Distillery Limited has been active in the liquor business in Nepal for the past fifty years. Shah who is the Chairman of Jawalakhel Group of . . . Read more »

Interview

“Introduction of new FITTA, IP Act, digital signature and online payment gateway will re-energize the industrial sector”

After assuming office in August 27, 2016, Industry Minister Nabindra Raj Joshi has been focusing his efforts to improve the climate for the industrial sector which has been a victim of the prolonged . . . Read more »

Nepal Politics

The Amendment or Election Question

Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal has two daunting but urgent tasks ahead. First is amending the constitution so as to address the demands of the Madhes-based parties. And second is holding local . . . Read more »

No Laughing Matter

While You Rule the Roost…

When the issue of who should be appointed the new chairman of the Insurance Board (IB) cropped up in a Cabinet meeting a few weeks ago, the Finance Minister took out a name-list from one of the . . . Read more »

From the Editor

Dark Side of Ncell Tax

Should Ncell (Pvt) Ltd. pay the capital gains tax on the sale of its ownership by its earlier owner Telia Company to present owner Axiata? The answer differs depending on whom you ask. Obviously, the . . . Read more »

Stock Taking

Nepse in Consolidation Stage

The benchmark indexcontinued to decline in the course of last month. The index lost 12.85 points (or down 0.87%) to close at 1462.56. Nepse continues to hover below the 200-day moving average, supporting the bearish sentiment in the market. . . . Read more »

Liquor Indicators

Liquor Indicators February 2017

Liquor Indicators February . . . Read more »

Corporate Movements

Corporate Movements February 2017

Corporate Movements February . . . Read more »

Economy and Policy

Capital Market and Role of Central Bank

In the recent period, stock market boom and bust have been important factors in macroeconomic fluctuations in both the developing and underdeveloped countries. In light of this experience, how or when, if at all, should central bankers respond to such . . . Read more »

While You Rule the Roost…

While You Rule the Roost…

By Madan Lamsal

When the issue of who should be appointed the new chairman of the Insurance Board (IB) cropped up in a Cabinet meeting a few weeks ago, the Finance Minister took out a name-list from one of the pockets of his . . . read more »