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Opportunities of Investments in Hydropower Sector and Infrastructure in Nepal
By Karan Shrestha. - During an interaction program with Korean private delegation at Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI) in Kathmandu, Korean Chief Executive of ILIJIN International Company, Mr. Yon Yong Suk expressed his pleasure that South Korea’s private investors are keen to invest in hydropower and infrastructure projects of Nepal in coming days.
Hydropower, Infrastructure Development, Tourism and Agriculture being priorities sector for foreign investment, the Government’s current policy is more investment friendly and has developed a quality environment to attract more investments, states the Senior Vice President of FNCCI, Mr. Bhaskar Raj Rajkarnikar.
Past study shows that, the flow of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Nepal is in increasing trend in such sectors of Nepal. In accordance with central bank’s data, FDI of Rs. 5.61 Billion was traced in the first seven months of the current fiscal year next to Rs. 4.84 Billion in the same period a year ago.
The interaction program was successfully organized by FNCCI including various elite’ Mr. Pashupati Murarka (Vice President of FNCCI), Mr. Shankar Prasad Pandey, Mr. Jen Shrestha and Mr. Gyanendra Lal Pradhan (Executive Committee Member) and Mr. Kiran Sakha (President of Nepal Korea Chamber of Commerce and Industry), sharing the vision of Investment Year 2012/13 among Korean delegates.
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