Wednesday, August 15, 2012

e-portal to help investors

Caretaker minister for Environment, Science and Technology Keshav Man Shakya today inaugurated an e-portal at the Prime Minister's Office.
The portal — a one-stop solution for investors who want to invest in the country — will help ease doing business in the country by creating a conducive investment environment, when the country is observing Investment Year 2012 aiming at attracting Rs 6 billion foreign investment. 
The government will provide updated information about the requirements to get a licence for operating a business in Nepal through the website. "Almost all the information for the operation of a business including licensing, recommendation, certification and registration will be available on the portal," according to the Prime Minister's Office.
The portal — that will be both in Nepali and English to make it easier for both domestic and foreign investors — can be used to download the business licence form, check the site maps of government agencies that issue licence and monitor the business, it said, adding that the portal has been developed in coordination with Nepal Business Forum that has been helping the government create a conducive business environment.

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