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Two mobile phones hit Nepali market

Post Report, Sep 27 2016

ZTE introduces Blade S7, Micromax comes up with Q462
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MCC launches feasibility studies of energy projects

Post Report, Sep 27 2016

The US government’s Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) announced the launch of feasibility studies of various power sector projects proposed by the Office of the Millennium Challenge Nepal (OMCN), a government office which coordinates development of the MCC program.
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Nepal’s commercial flower output worth Rs671m

Post Report, Sep 27 2016

Nepal produces flowers worth Rs671.44 million through commercial farming annually, with seasonal flowers like marigold and dahlia accounting for almost 33 percent of the total value of the output.
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Respite likely from negative interest rates

BIBEK SUBEDI, Sep 27 2016

Depositors are likely to get respite from negative real interest rates as inflation is moderating and banks are starting to offer higher interest as they have been coming under liquidity pressure.
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Wagle submits report on retirement provision

Post Report, Sep 27 2016

The contents of a study on the pros and cons of amending the central bank’s compulsory retirement provision have not been revealed, but its author former government secretary Bimal Wagle said his recommendations were “implementable” and that he could “defend each and every word” in it.
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Monitoring intensified amid shopping spree

Post Report, Sep 26 2016

The Department of Supply Management has intensified market inspection in the Kathmandu Valley in a bid to prevent potential malpractices during the shopping spree that traditionally precedes the upcoming Dashain and Tihar festivals.
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Farmers elated as DAO starts sending SMSs

LILA BALLAV GHIMIRE, Sep 26 2016

Farmers in Morang are elated after the District Agriculture Office (DAO) started to disseminate various information related to farming through text messages to their mobile phones.
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Government fixes ceiling on meat prices

Post Report, Sep 26 2016

The government on Sunday imposed a price ceiling for chicken and goat meats in the Kathmandu Valley in a bid to control a possible price hike during the festivals of Dashain and Tihar.
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‘Find and solve problems, don’t copy ideas’

Post Report, Sep 26 2016

What strikes the minds of ordinary people who want to start a business in Nepal? A clothing store? A beauty parlour? A restaurant? Or a lounge bar?
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Upper Trishuli-1 hydroelectric project: Ministry concludes ‘initial PDA signing’

BIBEK SUBEDI, Sep 26 2016

The Energy Ministry on Friday concluded “initial signing” of the Project Development Agreement (PDA) with Nepal Water and Energy Development Company (NWEDC) for the development of 216MW Upper Trishuli-1 Hydroelectric Project.
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Nepse below 1,800 on profit booking

Post Report, Sep 25 2016

Of nine trading groups, indices of six posted decline. The manufacturing sector (down 117.23 points) was the biggest loser
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Shrestha wins Rs100,000 under Red Bull promotional scheme

Post Report, Sep 25 2016

So far, 21 people have won the prize money of Rs100,000 from Red Bull, an energy drink
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NRB guv urges BFIs to boost investment in staff training

Post Report, Sep 25 2016

Nepal Rastra Bank Governor Chiranjibi Nepal has called on banks and financial institutions to raise their investment in staff training, stating theoretical knowledge provided by universities may not be sufficient for fresh graduates to deal with growing number of cases related to financial crime.
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High returns lure many into cardamom farming

ANISH TIWARI, Sep 25 2016

High prices and strong export demand have attracted farmers of Sindhupalchowk district towards large cardamom farming.
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NEXT Growth Conclave kicks off today

Post Report, Sep 25 2016

The NEXT Growth Conclave, a one-day seminar being organised by M&S NEXT Venture Corp, will commence on Sunday at Soaltee Crowne Plaza in Kathmandu.
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