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    The value of total international trade has increased by over 80% to Rs 358.56 billion.

    During the first two months of the fiscal year 2021-22, that is from mid-July to mid-September, Nepal's total international trade increased by about 80 percent, reaching Rs 358.56 billion. This represents an indication of pent-up demand and the normalization...

    The United States will outline International travel will reopen on November 8th, with new vaccine requirements.

    According to Reuters, the Biden administration expects to release its exact rules on Monday, which will require practically all international air visitors to be vaccinated against COVID-19 starting on November 8. After initially announcing https://www.reuters.com/world/uk/us-relax-travel-limitations-passengers-uk-eu-november-source-2021-09-20 on September 20, the White...

    Inflation is lower than it was during the same period in the previous fiscal year.

    Nepal Rastra Bank, the country's central bank, has released a report on the country's present macroeconomic and financial status, based on data from the first two months of fiscal year 2021/22. Inflation Consumption price inflation increased by 3.49 percent on an...

    In the first quarter of the current fiscal year, Nepali insurers have seen a significant increase in their business.

    In the first three months of the current fiscal year, insurance premiums totaled Rs 47.87 billion, which was collected by the country's insurance companies. This is an increase of 20.11 percent above the amount collected during the same period...

    Commercial banks and finance companies in Nepal have been fined by the Nepal Rastra Bank for failing to meet regulatory requirements.

    There have been fines assessed against three commercial banks for failing to maintain the required compulsory cash reserve and/or statutory liquidity ratio requirements. Nepal Bangladesh Bank Limited (NBB), Prabhu Bank Limited (PRVU), and Himalayan Bank Limited (HBL) are the banks...

    Africa is attempting to eliminate vaccination disparity by manufacturing its own vaccine.

    The equipment needed to reverse engineer a coronavirus vaccine is being assembled and calibrated in two Cape Town warehouses that have been converted into a maze of airlocked sterile rooms by a group of young scientists. The coronavirus vaccine...

    Officials claim that trademark infringement is on the rise as a result of poor law enforcement.

    In Nepal, unauthorised use of trademarks of multinational and national firms is expanding by the day as a result of lack of enforcement of intellectual property rules, causing worries among foreign corporations seeking to enter the country's market.In just...

    Nabil Investment Banking Limited pays cash dividends to its shareholders from the funds managed by the company

    Investors in the "Nabil Equity Fund" and "Nabil Balanced Fund-2" have received cash dividends in the amounts of 40% and 35% respectively, which were delivered straight to their bank accounts by the Nabil Investment Banking Limited. The Nabil Equity Fund...

    Demat account service for life is now available at Rs 2500 from Global IME Capital

    For a one-time deposit of Rs 2500, IME Capital has established a lifelong demat account service. Anyone is welcome to use the service. Existing Global IME Capital and Global IME Bank Demat account holders can have their accounts renewed for...

    The Central Bank has released new guidelines to improve the transparency and customer-friendliness of the banking system; the limit on margin loans has not...

    As a result of the new rule, banks and financial institutions are no longer authorized to send out random warnings to debtors who have not paid their loans. Under the new laws, banks and financial institutions will only be able...

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    Hotel entrepreneur Shrestha has passed away at the age of 91.

    Gautam Das Shrestha, a veteran hotel owner and past president of the Hotel Association of Nepal, passed away on...