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WB projects Nepal’s economic growth to be 3.3 percent in…

Kathmandu, April 2: The World Bank (WB) has said that Nepal’s economy is expected to grow by 3.3% in FY24, driven by revived tourism and a pickup in hydropower exports. On the demand side, private consumption will drive growth, supported by a substantial increase in remittance inflows, according to the

Economy is sluggish but not in crisis: Finance Minister Pun

Finance Minister Barshaman Pun has said that although the country's economy is somewhat sluggish, it has not reached to a

PM Dahal vows to take private sector on board for…

Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' has said that the government would take initiative to implement the recommendations offered by

Economy returning to normalcy, takes two years more for recovery:…

Minister for Finance Dr Prakash Sharan Mahat asserted that the country's economy was returning to normalcy.

Half-yearly review of budget: country experiences fiscal deficit

The government expenditures in the first half of the current fiscal year 2080-81 BS (2023-24) exceeded the income.

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World Bank projects 5 percent economic growth rate in 2024/25

The World Bank (WB) has projected five percent economic growth rate of Nepal for the fiscal year, 2024/25.

One year of Prachanda-led govt: Economy making positive headway, but…

It is going to be a year since the formation of the incumbent government led by Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal

Economic indicators of the country being positive: Minister Mahat

Minister for Finance Dr Prakash Sharan Mahat said that the national economy is reviving following the continuous efforts of the

IMF Review: Nepal has showed good progress on ECF, Economy…

Nepal has made good progress with the implementation of the program, which has helped mitigate the impact of the pandemic

Government to review bank interest rate, facilitate repayment of loans

The government has taken various decisions with the aim of improving the country's economy. A decision has also been taken