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Transforming FDI: Automatic route, by Shashwat Satyal (ht 15/03/2017)

Fiscal Decentralisation In Nepal, by Kalpana Ghimire (rn 12/02/2017)

Finance Ministry rolls out ambitious economic plan: As always, question boils down to whether it will ever be implemented, by Rupak D. Sharma (kp 19/01/2017), Ministry of Finance prescribes pills for all economic ills (ht 19/01/2017)

Missing cues of history: Nepalis have forsaken the norm of evaluating public figures on the basis of their past, by Achyut Wagle (kp 17/01/2017)

Fluid dynamics: Nepal cannot afford to ignore the urgency of strengthening its labour market governance, by Richard Howard and Saloman Rajbanshi (kp 13/12/2016)

Government tells central bank to ensure optimum utilisation of ERF: Shortfall in Economic Revival Fund to be bridged through supplementary budget (ht 11/12/2016)

Wanted good managers: Trying to revive rotting public enterprises would be throwing good money after bad; The government has failed to attract fresh MBAs and other graduates from reputed international business schools into its regular bureaucracy, by Achyut Wagle (kp 22/11/2016)

Industry 4.0: If Nepal does not take the innovation route, it will remain stuck in poverty just like in the first, the second, and the third industrial revolutions, by Saroj Devkota and Bimal Pratap Shah (rep 04/10/2016)

No lessons learnt from trade embargo, by Rupak D. Sharma (kp 19/09/2016)

Financial inclusion: Aggressive promotion, by Bhubanesh Pant (ht 13/09/2016)

Policy for sale: Politics, the genesis of public policies, is the main barrier to Nepal’s economic development, by Ram C. Acharya (kp 02/09/2016)

New Monetary Policy: A Brief Overview, by Uttam Maharjan (rn 21/07/2016)

Stabilising prices: Monetary tools should be adopted to keep inflation within 7.5 percent as projected in this year's budget, by Tula Raj Basyal (kp 12/07/2016)

Crouching Government And Strong Entrepreneurs!, by Uttam Maharjan (rn 30/06/2016)

Financial inclusion: Way forward, by Binod Atreya (ht 14/06/2016)

Two-way road: Nepal can benefit from a wise blend of two different neighbourhood economic policies, by Asish Adhikary (kp 05/06/2016)

Missing strategy: Nepal needs a comprehensive, long-term human resource plan to meet national goals (kp 26/05/2016)

Time for action: To make Nepal a more attractive destination for foreign investment, the government of Nepal must be ready to take serious steps, by Alaina B. Teplitz (rep 26/05/2016)

Salt Trading land to be acquired to set up SEZ: Additional 250 bighas to be procured to expand Bhairahawa Special Economic Zone (ht 18/03/2016)

MoI plans to establish five industrial estates in two years (ht 17/03/2016)

Govt damaging industrial environment: Market-distorting practices to hit job creation, by Kuvear Chalise (rep 11/03/2016)

Finance Ministry drafting Financial Literacy Policy (ht 05/03/2016)

Govt to set up GPZ within Simara SEZ (ht 01/03/2016)

Govt to set up 7 new industrial estates: FM, by Madhav Dhungana (kp 28/02/2016)

Revisiting Mahatonomics: Economic liberalization sans strong regulatory institutions meant that growth in private sector was at the expense of public sector, by Bhagirath Yogi and Jeevan R. Sharma (rep 22/02/2016)

Govt introduces much-awaited PPP Policy (ht 18/10/2015)

Road to riches: Leaders need to focus on robust economic growth to uplift the marginalised, by Sarin Ghimire (kp 29/09/2015)

FinMin Mahat says policies adopted earlier irreversible (ht 08/09/2015) [Statement by NC leader Mahat that the rulings in the new constitutinal draft are not meant as they are written!!]

FinMin urges greater focus on economy (kp 29/08/2015)

Funds to be established to safeguard deposits, by Rajesh Khanal (kp 09/07/2015)

Call for powerful body to curb market irregularities, by Rajesh Khanal (kp 03/07/2015)

House committee okays 20-year agriculture strategy, by Sangam Prasain (kp 13/06/2015)

Nepal joins Better Than Cash Alliance: Finance Ministry says the government joined the Alliance as it aims to modernise its economy through digital payment (kp 18/04/2015)

Nepalese economy in whole: Policy reforms, by Suman Kumar Regmi (ht 14/04/2015)

Nepal needs project-financing policy, laws for large-scale investment, by Rudra Pangeni (rep 06/04/2015)

For economic ends: Nepal needs to pursue economic diplomacy to bring in more foreign direct investment, by Suresh Pranjali (kp 31/03/2015)

Proposed industrial enterprises act: Micro-enterprises get industry status (kp 29/03/2015)

Government plans to relax criteria, by Sanjeev Giri (kp 28/03/2015)

Govt unveils umbrella employment policy (ht 22/03/2015)

No nationalisation of industries (kp 12/03/2015)

Govt introduces land acquisition policy (ht 10/03/2015)

Ban on outward investment to be removed, by Prithvi Man Shrestha (kp 07/03/2015)

Policy opens new sectors to FDI (kp 05/03/2015)

Govt issues Foreign Investment and One Door Policy, by Rudra Pangeni (rep 28/02/2015)

New Industrial Act in pipeline: Chief Secretary (ht 09/02/2015)

Draft of revised Trade Policy ready: MoCS proposes adding 11 products and seven services to boost exports, by Pushpa Raj Acharya (ht 25/01/2015)

MoI plans to declare FY2015-16 ‘FDI Year’ (kp 01/01/2015)

Labour sector reforms afoot: Government takes numerous initiatives to organise migration (ht 01/01/2015)

MoF floats draft of financial sector development strategy (ht 30/12/2014), Government sets lofty target of 8 percent by 2020, by Rajesh Khanal (kp 30/12/2014)

The middling way Investment in failing public enterprises has continued unabated even as their number has decreased, by Narayan Manandhar (kp 26/12/2014)

Home economics: Generating domestic employment can lead to sustainable growth while addressing persistent poverty and inequality, by Lok Nath Bhusal (kp 24/12/2014)

Pushing the economy: Nepal’s economic diplomacy must be directed at attracting sustainable investments in hydropower, trade, and tourism, by Yam Prasad Chaulagain (kp 21/10/2014)

Share and share alike: South African model of resource distribution provides a template for revamping our own practices, by K.L. Devkota (kp 20/10/2014)

Govt amending trade policy to boost exports: Minister (kp 14/10/2014)

Bills on industrial reform languishing in oblivion, by Sanjeev Giri (kp 08/10/2014)

Faulty fiscal policy and excess liquidity, by Prem Khanal (Setopati 05/10/2014)

Vision for new Nepal: Economic diplomacy, by Jenik Radon, Pravakar Adhikari and Jiyoon Han (ht 12/09/2014)

A faulty lifeline: Policymakers taking a free ride on remittance are perpetuating the conditions leading to mass migration of the youth, by Ram C. Acharya (kp 09/08/2014)

Emergence of a capable state: It would be best for the Nepali state to take on less and focus on doing a limited number of things better, by Stefan Dercon (kp 03/09/2014)

The coming trade policy: Balancing incentives and trade support will be the greatest challenge for policymakers, by Bijendra Man Shakya (kp 27/08/2014)

PM’s Economic Vision: Pragmatic Measures Required, by Ritu Raj Subedi (kp 24/08/2014)

Formalisation of economy urged to stem migration (kp 21/08/2014), Mobilisation Of Migrants For Development, by Dikendra Kunwar (rn 21/08/2014)

More money, more problems: Failure to pursue reforms aimed at growth will have long-term detrimental effects on the entire economy, by Yoga Nath Poudel (kp 11/07/2014)

‘Next fiscal will be economic reform year’ (kp 10/07/2014)

High-level commission report: Govt initiatives sought to promote successful co-ops (kp 25/05/2014)

Promise of prosperity: Unless Nepal makes radical policy changes, investment will remain low and FDI will continue to be a dream, by Ram C. Acharya (kp 27/05/2014)

Govt to introduce policy on hybrid, electric vehicles (kp 25/05/2014)

Coming in from abroad: Nepal's upcoming FDI policy looks to pose more hurdles to foreign investment in sectors like infrastructure, by Sushila Subedi (kp 23/05/2014)

Economy of tomorrow: Growth that is resilient and socially just can be best realised through an information management system of resources, by Saroj Dhakal (kp 22/05/2014)

FinMin says new economic reform plans coming up (kp 19/05/2014)

Economics for politics: Constitution is only a means to ensure civil, political, economic and cultural rights to citizens, by Bhim Prasad Bhurtel (rep 08/05/2014)

Draft policy proposes minimum foreign investment thresholds: Five priority sectors identified to ensure funds that can make positive contribution (ht 26/04/2014), Experts for removing minimum threshold for foreign investment (rep 26/04/2014), Proposed Foreign Investment Policy 2014, by Surath Giri (ht 11/05/2014)

When good is not good enough: Nepal needs to fix its budget process, remove hurdles to infrastructure development and cut down excess liquidity, by Johannes Zutt and Aurelien Kruse (kp 22/04/2014)

Away with it: If the government believes in economic liberalization, it must enact favorable laws for potential investors, by Prabir SJB Rana (rep 21/04/2014)

Seeking a revival: Nepali Times caught up with the finance minister to talk about the new government’s top economic agenda, interview with Ram Sharan Mahat (nt 14/03/2014)

Private sector hopes for action from new government: About two dozen laws witing to be endorsed, by Rudra Pangeni (rep 14/02/2014)

Beyond the fields: Promoting agriculture to the extent it kills manufacturing is never a good economic policy, by Niraj K.C. (kp 11/02/2014)

Final preparations for signing BIPPA with Bangladesh, Canada, Malaysia (nn 10/01/2014)

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