KATHMANDU: Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Supplies (MoICS) Secretary Madhu Kumar Marasini has said that the government is ready to make necessary legal provisions for the private sector to operate mining and refinery centre.
Speaking to the delegation of Federation of Nepal Gold and Silver Dealers’ Association (FENEGOSIDA) led by Manik Ratna Shakya on Sunday, MoICS Secretary Marasini said the government will open the way for the private sector to do the work it wants to do and that it can do.
Secretary Marasini urged the delegation to register the proposals so that the government could assist in opening the way for that.
On the occasion, FENEGOSIDA President Shakya said there are many things which could not be done despite wanting to do due to various legal arrangements and requested to remove the existing legal obstacles. Further, he requested Secretary Masarini to arrange the import of raw materials according to the needs of the market, to open the way for the private sector to supply gold, to apply clear standards for gold and silver business and to open the way for business operations without causing unnecessary hurdles to the businesspersons.
Present at the meeting on behalf of the FENEGOSIDA were lawmaker and the federation’s advisor Ranendra Baraili, Vice Presidents duo Diyesh Ratna Shakya and Mahendra Ratna Sakya.
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