Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Nepal is driven by an approval-based regime, i.e., foreign investors willing to invest in Nepal should obtain FDI approval from the Department of Industry (DOI) or the Investment Board Nepal (IBN) depending on the size of the concerned investment.
Foreign investment in Nepal must comply with the positive list and avoid the negative list as per the law.
Majority shareholders are the investors who invest the major capital and enjoy a number of rights conferred to them being the direct controllers of the company while minority shareholders are those investors who may not get a chance to be involved in the management and administrative functions.
Green financing refers to products and services that aim to support environmentally sustainable projects. Green financing can come in the form of loans, bonds or equity investments and can be provided by a range of financial institutions including commercial banks, development banks and impact investors.
Twenty-three years ago, the Government of Nepal recognised Information Technology (IT) as a priority sector with a vision to put Nepal on the world IT map by 2005. Soon after, the country underwent an energy crisis which made the ambitious vision seem like a flight of fancy. The end of the crisis in 2017 which… Continue reading IT Sector Growth: Enabling Policy A Must
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