Stories By 'SUMAN KUMAR REGMI'
Nepal’s future advancement depends on economists and leaders concentrating on achieving a high growth rate. Growth is a passage to reducing poverty in the country. But growth will be possible only when there is a stable government, rule of law and investment in infrastructure and skilled manpower. A stable government and peace are the most important factors for a better Nepali economy. There are other several areas where the situation needs to be corrected for Nepal’s economy to speed up.
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Nepal and China have joined hands to work for mutual socio-economic development
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Counterfeit and pirated goods accounted for up to 2.5 percent of world trade, or as much as $461 billion, according to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
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The well-being of workers in Nepal is extensively protected through legislation and the activities of organised labour which represents a great majority of Nepali workers.
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As a landlocked country, about 90 percent of Nepal’s trade is transported by road.
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