BEIJING, June 19: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, who has embarked on his six-day official visit to China at the invitation of his Chinese counterpart. Li Keqiang, has arrived in the capital city, Beijing, on Tuesday.
A roundtable discussion on upscaling Entrepreneurship Development Fund (EDF) for women run small medium enterprises (SME) was held at Hotel Annapurna on Monday. The event was hosted by the Federation of Woman Entrepreneur’s Association of Nepal (FWEAN).
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KATHMANDU, June 19: Prime Minister KP Oli, who is leaving for Beijing on a six-day official visit at the invitation of his Chinese counterpart on Tuesday, has said that Nepal will reach some key agreements with China keeping its national interests at the center.
KATHMANDU, June 19: Dr Upendra Devkota, a towering figure in the field of medicine in Nepal who was instrumental in institutionalizing neurosurgery as a distinct medical discipline in the country, died on Monday at Neuro Hospital, Bansbari. He was 65.
KATHMANDU, June 19: Qatar Airways has announced its flights to Mykonos of Greece. Issuing a statement on Monday, Nepal office of Qatar Airways said that the airline will provide seasonal direct service to the Greek island four times a week from Doha by an Airbus A320 until September 30 this year.
KATHMANDU, June 19: The equity market maintained negative bias for most of the trading session on Monday. However, with a sharp pull back in the last trading hour, the index managed to finish faintly higher.
KATHMANDU, June 19: Bankers have demanded the removal of credit to core capital and deposit (CCD) ratio, stating that the prudential lending limit set by the Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) is the main culprit behind the ‘credit crunch’.
Prime Minister K P Oli is leaving for official visit to China today—his first trip to the northern neighbor after assuming office second time in February. A lot has been written in the press about the priorities he should set while negotiating with the Chinese government.
US president Donald Trump’s decision to go ahead and impose 25 per cent tariffs on $50 billion of Chinese imports is the latest salvo in the four-month standoff the country’s been having with its key trade partners.