The increasing involvement of startups and the government into digital technology is not just unsettling the traditional methods of running businesses but paving a pathway of an entire digital economy towards a developed nation. Going digital is the new trend
Banks and financial institutions should play a pivotal role to make the economy of Nepal formal, promote financial inclusion, and propel economic growth in the country, The Himalayan Times reports Finance Minister Yubaraj Khatiwada as saying. Addressing the inauguration ceremony
The economy of Nepal is consumption oriented. Nepal Rastra Bank’s Fifth Household Budget Survey 2014-15 shows that Nepalis spend over 85% of income on consumption. Meanwhile, the World Bank’s Global Findex database 2017 shows that only 46% of the adult
The economic growth rate in Nepal is projected to be 5.89 per cent in the current fiscal year 2074-75 BS. The projection has been made based on economic indicators and data from six to nine months of the current fiscal year.