Nepali Embassy in Tokyo organised a one-day seminar on Investment Opportunities in Nepal today.
The economic cooperation can bring people of both the countries more closer, said Nepali ambassador to Japan Madan Kumar Bhattarai, addressing the interaction.
Nepal has embarked on a new phase of political development, he said, adding that the successful CA election last November and the formation of a new elected government have raised hopes for a stable government. "The new government gives priority to the economic development."
The government is also keen to facilitate foreign investment creating business-friendly environment, the envoy added.
Highlighting the government's policy and programmes, on the occasion, Nepal Investment Board chief executive Radhesh Pant explained that the government had studied the competitive advantageous areas for growth.
Assuring full support from the board, he also called on the Japanese business community to invest in the areas that have competitive advantages.Japanese ambassador to Nepal Masashi Ogawa, senior officials from the Foreign Ministry of Japan, Japanese businessmen and representatives of the corporate sector took active part in the interaction.