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Trust the communists?

BY NIRAJ ARYAL President Donald Trump is all set to meet the North Korean communist dictator Kim Jung Un in Hanoi, Vietnam, February 27-28. It is not a mystery why the US administration chose Hanoi as the venue of second round of Trump-Kim meet. Not only because Vietnam shares extremely …

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Huawei row goes beyond open conflict

BY HARMUT MARHOLD The West, in particular, the US and Europe, regard Huawei as a threat. Why? To which extent? Do they fully share the same stance against the Chinese communication technology giant? The conflict should be interpreted at three different levels, from surface to fundamentals, where US and European …

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Export incentives in Nepal: Lessons from Australia

BY DR. SUMAN KUMAR REGMI The export incentive is a vast subject covering as it has virtually limitless possibilities in the realms of financial and other assistance given to exporters. One way of gaining insight into some of the consequences of export incentives is to study some of the schemes …

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Nepal Entrepreneurship Summit on Thursday

By Our Reporter The Confederation of Nepalese Industries (CNI), in association with various government agencies and the private sector, is hosting the Nepal Entrepreneurship Summit 2019 in the Capital on February 14. At a press conference held on Sunday, CNI informed that necessary preparations have been completed to host the …

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CNI to organize Nepal Entrepreneurship Summit

By Our Reporter Confederation of Nepalese Industries (CNI), in collaboration with the Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Supplies along with Bishal Media Group is organizing Nepal Entrepreneurship Summit 2019 from 14th February. The summit is going to be hosted with the theme of “Federal Nepal: Opportunities …

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Venezuela episode angers the US

By Our Reporter The controversial statement issued by NCP chair Pushpa Kamal Dahal on the issue of Venezuela has pushed the government and the NCP to a defensive position. The US sought clarification from Nepal’s ambassador to US Arjun Karki on the statement whereas the Ministry of Foreign Affairs had …

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American plan to stop China in Nepal

By Our Political Analyst Highly placed sources claim that the US government is putting pressure on the Oli led government for maintaining distance with China — especially for not joining hands with her on the Belt and Road Initiative. Accordingly, Americans have used different channels for not rewarding Chinese telecom …

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