Tuesday, October 17, 2017

PM urges NRNs for investment in Nepal

Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba today urged the Non-Resident Nepalis (NRNs) to invest in Nepal with confidence, as the investment-friendly environment has been improving gradually in the country.
Speaking at the concluding session of the 8th world conference of the NRN Association (NRNA), he said that the government has been reforming the Acts and Regulations to ensure an investment-friendly climate. He also urged the NRNs to be the part of prosperious Nepal investing without any hesitation.
Investments are welcome in hydropower, tourism, energy and other sectors, the Prime Minister said, adding that Nepal has also been able to be elected to the UN Human Rights Council as a result of the role played by the NRNs. He expressed the hope that the country would take the path towards prosperity following the elections to the House of Representatives and the provincial assemblies scheduled for November.
The NRN conference today ended with the election of a new working committee led by Bhaban Bhatta.
The newly-elected working committee of NRNA also appointed Bhusan Ghimire as its new spokesperson. Ghimire has Masters in Journalism from Sofia University in Japan and is working as the chief editor of Nepal Samachar, a Nepali paper published in Tokyo. He has been residing in Japan for the past 16 years and is involved in restaurants and grocery business in Japan.
Ghimire is also the former central member of Federation of Nepali Journalists.

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