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Chandan Sapkota
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Liquidity/credit crunch and mid-year review of monetary policy
In its mid-term review of monetary policy for FY2017 the central bank appears overly accommodative by tweaking accounting rules to compute local currency credit to core capital plus local currency deposit ratio (CCD ratio in popular lingo). It has allowed B...

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It was published in The Kathmandu Post , 07 February 2017. They had it coming The current liquidity crunch is the result of faulty operation and management of BFIs The financial sector is in a temporary yet recurring state of disarray right now as a self-in...

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There is a lot of talk about 'liquidity crunch' in #Nepal: Its a self-inflicted wound rooted in faulty operation & management of BFIs. This is a recurring problem. They had it coming!
https://goo.gl/GVXLsO

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Melamchi and the mismanaged KUKL
It was published in The Kathmandu Post , 18 January 2017 Mismanaged KUKL The organisation needs an urgent overhaul to ensure efficient distribution of Melamchi water Once known for its financial and administrative mismanagement, Nepal Electricity Authority ...

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Mismanaged KUKL: Finishing Melamchi’s tunnel work and channelling water to Kathmandu is only half the story. Its efficient management and distribution is another equally important half of the story. https://goo.gl/r05V3l

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Growth prospects for Nepal and India in FY2017
Here are the major highlights from Global Economics Prospects January 2017 : Global growth is estimated at 2.3% in 2016 and is projected to grow marginally to 2.7% in 2017 due to “receding obstacles to activity in commodity exporters and solid domestic dema...

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Impact of demonetization of Indian notes in Nepal
It was published in The Kathmandu Post , 20 December 2016.  Demonetisation nightmares The surprise decision to withdraw the two highest denomination Indian currency notes by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 8 November has led to confusion and uncertai...

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The impact of #India's demonetization shock in #Nepal: Ripple effects will be slow but persistent. https://goo.gl/1ndvUV

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NPC, MOF and the failure of planning in Nepal
It was published in The Kathmandu Post , 14 October 2016.  Not working Constraints on effective development planning are pretty much the same now as they were in the 1960s The Ministry of Finance (MoF) and the National Planning Commission (NPC) are the two ...

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It was published in The Kathmandu Post , 14 October 2016.  Not working Constraints on effective development planning are pretty much the same now as they were in the 1960s The Ministry of Finance (MoF) and the National Planning Commission (NPC) are the two ...
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