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Working towards the positive transformation of Nepal's economic and development policies.
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Check out our newest blog - Highlights from the IMF Country Report 2017 on the recent macroeconomic developments, outlooks, and risks: http://bit.ly/2oprV0m

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Summarized version of ADB's Macroeconomic Update for FY 2017 out now! Check it out here: http://bit.ly/2oDDFKg

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Out Now! Proceedings from the panel discussion on the "Economic Development of Landlocked Countries" as part of the "Night of Ideas". http://nepaleconomicforum.org/uploads/news-updates/file/23_20170205104320.pdf
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‘नेपालले भारतविरुद्ध चीन कार्ड प्रयोग नगरोस्’ 

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Bhutan has worked diligently to address the demonetization of the INR 500 and 1000 currency notes with the Royal Monetary Authority issuing directives on exchange - a sturdy example for Nepal, which is yet to issue a directive. Neftake- by Zubin Rajbhandary

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With panic starting to spread in the border economy of Nepal, Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) needs to formulate a clear policy with regard to the demonetization of the Indian currency and act swiftly to address this issue and direct people as to what they can do with their Indian currency.
http://www.nepaleconomicforum.org/blog/detail.php?blog_id=105

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With panic starting to spread in the border economy of Nepal, Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) needs to formulate a clear policy with regard to the demonetization of the Indian currency and act swiftly to address this issue and direct people as to what they can do with their Indian currency.
http://www.nepaleconomicforum.org/blog/detail.php?blog_id=105

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This article explores the reasons behind the slowdown in remittance inflow over the past year as well as its economic implications such as reduced government revenue and negative BOP.
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