Kathmandu, Nepal, January 23, 2022: The Federation of Export Entrepreneurs Nepal (FEEN) has demanded the government to organize an international-level business fair in Nepal for the export promotion.
A delegation of the FEEN led by FEEN President Ram Bahadur Gurung proposed the government to host a business fair of international-level in Nepal by meeting the Deputy Prime Minister (DPM) and Finance Minister Bishnu Prasad Poudel on Monday.
During the meeting with the delegation, Minister Poudel expressed his commitment to promote the economic activities in the country in coordination with the private sectors in Nepal.
Responding to the concern of the FEEN delegation regarding the hosting of a business fair of international-level in Nepal, Minister Poudel said that the government will take decision by consulting with the Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Supplies.
The delegation had a saying that such an international business fair would help to promote Nepali products in the international market.
Meanwhile, Poudel has also reiterated his commitment for policy-level reforms to further systematize the inflow of remittance. Addressing a virtual program entitled as ‘Remittance and Investment in Nepal’ organized by the USA-based Overseas Nepali Forum on Saturday night, the finance minister said the government is ready to create an atmosphere conducive for promoting legal channels for remittance inflow and the productive sector.
‘We have not been able to receive a large chunk of remittance through official channels and the government is ready to take measures to promote such channels, Poudel said ‘the government is ready for policy-level and legal reforms to further systematize the remittance inflow.’
The government is ready to create an atmosphere conducive to promoting legal channels for remittance inflow and productive sectors, Minister Poudel said adding as ‘we have not been able to receive a large chunk of remittance through an official route and the government is ready to take measures to promote such a channel,’