Nepal, a country that boasts of its potential for foreign direct investment (FDI), is failing to address a critical concern raised by potential investors: the violation of intellectual property rights. While the government talks about attracting foreign investment, it has been negligent in protecting the intellectual property rights of foreign brands, hindering the growth and trust of investors in the Nepalese market.

KATHMANDU, June 6: While the government talks about promoting foreign direct investment in the country, it has failed to protect intellectual property rights, which is one of the key issues that the foreign investors have been raising for a long time.