Nepal: Figuratively richer

It seems like we as a country are getting richer. But is this wealth being generated and distributed evenly?

Bhoj Raj Poudel

Ride-sharing vehicles safer than other means of public...

Sunny Mahat of APEX talked to Asheem Man Singh Basnyat, Regional Director of Pathao, on the plans and possibilities of ride-sharing apps during and after the Covid-19 crisis

Sunny Mahat

A peek into the popularity of Routine of Nepal Banda

It does not rush to break news. If it is a little slow, that probably means it is trying to verify the information. “Unless something is urgent, we don’t worry about being late. But we don’t want to give wrong information,” says Victor Paudel, page admin

Nishan Khatiwada

Nepal’s costly embrace of China

India’s treatment of Nepal as just another country will result in devastating consequences for poor Nepalis

Bhoj Raj Poudel

A digital market for personalized local service

Here you will find services ranging from home cleaning and on-site fridge repair to home salon to personal fitness training

Nishan Khatiwada

Choose SEBON

Despite repeated assurances to help the capital market, the government has not let its regulator function independently

Bhoj Raj Poudel

Rocky road to Nepal’s economic recovery

The new budget is hopelessly traditional, and without any good program to tackle the challenges created by the Covid-19 lockdown /PHOTO: RSS

Bhoj Raj Poudel

Absent Nepali agriculture jobs

Without structural reforms the hope of the agriculture sector driving the economy out of the current crisis is misplaced

Bhoj Raj Poudel

Nepal, Lipulekh, and pragmatism

Nepal’s economic development has stagnated and its ability to maintain an assertive neighborhood policy has been missing

Bhoj Raj Poudel

Political stability no panacea for Nepal

Some countries have been able to achieve high growth with stable governments and some are performing badly even with regime stability

Bhoj Raj Poudel

Nepal’s low debt-to-GDP ratio provides room for policy...

Protecting people from losing jobs and incomes, and viable companies from bankruptcy, will help prevent this pandemic from imposing long-lasting damage to the economy

Pushpa Raj Acharya

Nepal on the precipice of poverty

Nepal government is taking ad hoc measures instead of coming up with a firm strategy to sustain the national economy

Bhoj Raj Poudel

IMF debt relief for Nepal

Issuing a statement on April 14, Kristalina Georgieva, IMF Managing Director, said the debt relief for low-income countries like Nepal would help them cope with the Covid-19 crisis

Pushpa Raj Acharya

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