KATHMANDU, Jan 20: Foreign investors have pledged an investment of Rs 515 billion in projects related to the hydropower and energy sector. But the stakeholders have failed to bring in the investment as pledged by foreign investors.
KATHMANDU, Jan 10: Minister for Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation, Barsha Man Pun, who is on a United Arab Emirates visit, today held a meeting with Francesco La Camera, Director-General of the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) in the UAE.
KATHMANDU, June 29: Inaugurating the national dialogue on foreign policy organized by Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Saturday in the capital, Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli emphasized that foreign policy advocated by different political parties should be consistent with the one pursued by the government.
MYAGDI, April 2: Residents of Annapurna Rural Municipality in Mygadi are hopeful that the Kaligandaki Gorge Hydropower Project will be built, following an investment deal between a domestic company and a Chinese company.
Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli made all the right noises about Nepal’s need for foreign investment on the opening ceremony of Investment Summit on Friday. He presented the case of Nepal confidently, exuberating enthusiasm while addressing the delegates and the investors. The prime minister told the investors what actually they wanted to hear.
KATHMANDU, March 30: Growing differences between Prime Minister KP Oli and Minister for Industry, Commerce and Supplies, Matrika Yadav have been surfacing one after another even as the government is trying to bring in foreign investment in the country through the investment summit.
BEIJING, March 26: Chinese Premier Li Keqiang reaffirmed Beijing’s pledge to further open up to foreign investment as he met with global business executives, and sought to assure them that the rights of foreign firms would be protected.
KATHMANDU, Jan 31: Sunil KC, CEO of NMB Bank, and Willem Grimminck, managing director of One to Watch, signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) at a ceremony held at NMB Bank headquarters in Babar Mahal, Kathmandu, to bridge the interim financial gap for entrepreneurs which results from the need of getting regulatory approvals for foreign investment.