IBN urged to pave way to attract more FDI



(NICCI) has requested the Investment Board (IBN) to sort out the existing issues of that have been established through foreign direct investment (FDI) to attract more foreign investment in the country.

During a meeting held today with newly appointed of IBN , Vice-president of NICCI Saibal Ghosh requested him to end the existing problems being faced by industries operating under FDI. He further requested CEO Bhatta to address the issues related to brand registration, test permission and manufacturing, among others.

Amid this, NICCI President Shreejana Rana requested the chief executive of IBN to make more plans to bring Indian investment in the country citing that investment from the southern neighbour has been gradually declining.

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Meanwhile, another Vice-president of NICCI Sunil KC informed CEO Bhatta about their plans to attract Indian investment and also requested the investment board to work together with NICCI.

“Targeting Indian investors we have planned to organise Nepal- India Partnership Summi

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