Coca-Cola Launched is new global campaign “Taste The Feeling” in Nepal on February 27. According to the company’s official statement, the campaign is a new ‘One Brand’ global marketing strategy that extends the global equity and iconic appeal of original Coca-Cola across the Trademark.
Qatar Airways has been ranked as one of the world‘s most valuable brands of 2016. The national airline of the State of Qatar is ranked among top 500 global brands by Brand Finance, a UK based world-leading independent brand valuation consultancy.
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Qimiao Fan is the World Bank‘s new Country Director for Nepal, Bangladesh and Bhutan and brings a wide range of development experience to the job.
Fan‘s appointment was communicated to senior Government of Nepal officials including Prime Minister K.P. Sharma Oli and Finance Minister Bishnu Paudel
The road to economic recovery lies at fragile crossroads. Issues remain to be settled. Strong commitment needed. But is anyone listening
Even with the end of Terai strike and four-month long blockade in the first week of February, Nepal is still reeling under fuel deficiency, high
2015 was the worst year for the Nepali economy in living memory. The destructive April earthquake followed by prolonged strikes in the southern plains and embargo by India over the promulgation of new constitution and demarcation of federal provinces inflicted deep wounds on the country‘s
Shashi Kant Agarwal is a man on mission â€“ he is constantly looking for opportunities to strengthen the MS Group and its subsidiaries. Starting from textile imports, the MS Group has evolved into one of the largest manufacturing and trading groups, growing manifolds since its
Bhawana Ghimire is the CEO of Cricket Association of Nepal. She was appointed to the position in October 2014. After completing her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Nepal Commerce Campus, Ghimire received her Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Wales in
Dr Eamonn Butler is the Co-Founder and Director of Adam Smith Institute, UK, one of the leading global policy think-tanks. He has degrees in economics, philosophy and psychology, gaining a PhD from the University of St Andrews in 1978.
Dr Butler has authored several books on
So much is happening in the country. The PM visited India, new political parties have been formed, there has been a shift in leadership of a leading political party, new businesses are being announced, Nepal will take on Presidency of the SAARC Chamber of Commerce
Life takes on a seemingly normal turn in Nepal. A crisis occurs, everyone focuses on it, it abates and so does the attention. Some people are left with scars that will never heal and some prefer to forget. I don't know anymore whether this is