KATHMANDU, May 26: The government has forecast a 3.9 percent economic growth rate for the current fiscal year 2023/24.

KATHMANDU, May 26: Finance Minister Barsaman Pun presented the Economic Survey for the fiscal year 2023/24 AD and the Annual Review of Public Enterprises, 2081 BS, in the parliamentary session amid obstructions from  Nepali Congress (NC), the main opposition party.

KATHMANDU, May 29: Citizens' access to finance has increased significantly in the country of lat, according to the data shown by the economic survey, 2022/23 released by the government on Sunday.

KATHMANDU, May 28: The country’s food grain production is estimated to grow 3.9 percent by the end of the current fiscal year.

KATHMANDU, May 29: The government’s public debt has reached Rs 1.848 trillion as of mid-March this year, with the government relying more and more on borrowing to meet its financial liabilities due to low revenue collection amid soaring expenditure.

KATHMANDU, MAY 28: The gross investment of Nepal is expected to grow by 18.1 percent in the current fiscal year, way down from 29.3 percent last year.

KATHMANDU, May 28: The Economic Survey of the fiscal year 2022/23 is to be presented at the House of Representatives (HoR) on Saturday.

KATHMANDU, May 29: The government has projected high economic growth rate for the current fiscal year driven mainly by agricultural productions. However, statistics of livestock production released by the Ministry of Finance has been found questionable.

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KATHMANDU, May 28: The growth rate of the health sector in the current fiscal year 2075-76 BS (2018-19) is expected to remain at 6.7 percent in comparison to 6.3 percent of the previous fiscal year. This is stated in the government economic survey report, till the month of Fagun ( mid-March) of the current fiscal year, unveiled Monday.

KATHMANDU, May 28: Economic prosperity and progress were the buzzwords since the current government came into office in February last year. But the economic survey for its first year unveiled on Monday shows nothing encouraging.