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    Against the United States dollar, the Nepali rupee has fallen to a six-month low

    According to the Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB), the Nepali Rupee fell to a six-month low versus the United States dollar on Thursday, with the price of the American currency pegged at Rs 120.27 per dollar for the entire day. Previously,...

    Nepal’s excess energy is being wasted because there are no consumers for it currently

    Until 2017, Nepal was a powerless country, with outages lasting up to 18 hours a day. Although the government currently possesses excess energy, it does not have a solid plan for exporting electricity. This results in daily electricity waste...

    Growth projections are dampened by sluggish tourism and services

    According to the Asian Development Bank, Nepal's economic growth will slow to 4.1 percent in the current fiscal year 2021-22, compared to the previous forecast of 5.1 percent. This is primarily due to high Covid-19 infection and risks, which...

    After the Covid-19 outbreak, it is the price increase that is causing concern among Nepalis.

    Manju Shakya, a resident of Lalitpur, was taken aback by the price of broad leaf mustard greens last week, and she decided to take action. Broad leaf mustard greens, commonly known as "rayo ko saag," are a staple on Nepalese...

    Due to increased export demand, large cardamom prices have rebounded

    In recent weeks, large cardamom prices have risen in response to an increase in international interest in the spice as a result of a decrease in production in neighbouring India, according to Nepali traders. According to local trader Om Bimali,...

    20 lakh doses of vaccine may arrive from India by the first week of Oct.

    According to estimates, India will provide two million doses of the Covishield vaccine, which is made by the Serum Institute of India, to Nepal by the first week of October. Despite the fact that the exact date of the vaccine...

    In the face of rising imports, falling remittances and foreign currency reserves are concerning

    In the first month of the current fiscal year 2021-22, the trade deficit increased, foreign exchange reserves plummeted, and remittances dropped substantially, creating concerns that the external sector of the economy—international Nepal's economic transactions—could be jeopardised. The trade deficit increased...

    Nepal’s economy is expected to grow at a modest rate of 4.1 percent in fiscal year 2022.

    It is predicted that Nepal's economy will grow by 4.1 percent (at current market prices) in fiscal year (FY) 2022, up from an estimated growth rate of 2.3 percent in FY2021, according to the most recent Asian Development Outlook...

    The MCC and Nepal have taken “good steps toward ratification of the treaty.”

    This morning, a delegation from the United States government's Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), led by Fatema Z. Sumar, Vice President of Compact Operations, left Nepal after a four-day visit. The delegation was in Nepal to discuss the next steps...

    Despite the impact of COVID-19, Nepal’s foreign commerce grew rapidly in the first month of the current fiscal year

    Despite the impact of COVID-19, Nepal's international commerce increased by 79.71 percent in the first month of the current fiscal year 2021-2022, which began in mid-July, according to data from the Department of Customs. Exports increased by 115.85% year on...

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