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Latest News

Low Trade with Bhutan in lack of Treaty 04 Sep 2015

KATHMANDU, Sept 3 Lack of any bilateral treaty on trade between Nepal and Bhutan has directly affected trade. Private sectors of both the countries have taken initiative for treaty but bilateral trade has not increased with no effort at the government level. There was some initiative a few years back but the process has not moved forward now. Read more...


NU 2.8bn of total budget unused last year. 21 Aug 2015

NU 2.8bn of total budget unused last year. Read more...


KP demand for excise duty on crude production opposed 21 Aug 2015

ISLAMABAD: Amid fixing of borrowing limits on provincial governments at Rs112 billion per annum, the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) on Wednesday opposed a demand from the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to impose excise duty on local crude production, saying this will increase petroleum prices across the country. Read more...


NA body for banning cotton yarn imports from India 21 Aug 2015

ISLAMABAD: The National Assembly’s Standing Committee on Textile Industry has recommended the government to fix the minimum intervention price of cotton on both lint and seed at Rs3,000 per 40kg for 2015-16 crop after evaluating the cost of production. Read more...