Stories Tagged 'Visakhapatnam port'
Despite the distance, Visakhapatnam offers lower end-to-end cost for Nepali traders
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Nepal urgently needs to establish a consular office at Visakhapatnam port in India to make life easier for traders, officials said. Currently, Nepali importers bringing goods from third countries have to get their paperwork processed from the Nepal Embassy in faraway New Delhi as there is no consulate at the port, which is an ordeal for them.
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More and more Nepali traders have started using the seaport in Visakhapatnam, India, for third country trade. In the last six months, the country’s only dry port in Sirsiya, Birgunj, received 19 railway rakes of goods from Visakhapatnam port. Each rake contains 90 containers of 20 feet long each.
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The Commerce Ministry has moved to establish a consulate general at Visakhapatnam Port in India after traders expressed unwillingness to conduct trade through the port in the absence of a government office there.
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A Nepal government team has conducted a study to determine if there is need for setting up a consulate general’s office at Visakhapatnam port in Andhra Pradesh, India.
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The government has initiated the process of opening a consul general’s office in Visakhapatman to facilitate Nepali traders importing or exporting goods via the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.
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