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Implications of the WTO Membership on the Nepalese Agriculture Following years of negotiations, Nepal was offered WTO Membership in September 2003 during the fourth WTO Ministerial at Cancun, Mexico. Nepal became 147th Member of the WTO on 23 April 2004 after ratifying the Membership. The WTO Agreements cover a...
GoN, FAO, UNDP, (2004)
Nepal’s Ginger Farmers to be the Winners in Plans to Expand International Trade In a major milestone for the project, a ginger washing and processing plant is expected to open in the next few months in Jhapa district, in eastern Nepal. The plant will add value to ginger exported from Nepal, particularly in the target districts o...
FAO, (2015)
AN INVESTMENT GUIDE TO NEPAL A smallish country of 24 million people, Nepal is situated between what are potentially the two largest markets in the world: China and India. A trade treaty with India guarantees duty-free access to most Nepali manufactures. While nothing similar ex...
UN, (2003)
What Does Regional Trade in South Asia Reveal about Future Trade Integration? Some Empirical Evidence In 1995 the seven South Asian countries-Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, the Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka-initiated a multilateral framework for regionwide integration under the South Asian Preferential Trade Agreement (SAPTA). In a recent init...
WB, (2005)
What Does Regional Trade in South Asia Reveal about Future Trade Integration? Some Empirical Evidence In 1995 the seven South Asian countries-Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, the Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka-initiated a multilateral framework for regionwide integration under the South Asian Preferential Trade Agreement (SAPTA). In a recent init...
WB, (2005)
Asia-Pacific Human Development Report 2006 - TRADE ON HUMAN TERMS - Transforming Trade for Human Development in Asia and the Pacific The Asia-Pacific region has embraced free trade, but free trade will not embrace the poor unless countries pursue a bold new policy agenda harnessing economic growth to promote human development. Asia and the Pacific is rapidly becoming not just the ...
UNDP, (2006)
Implications of the WTO Membership on the Nepalese Agriculture Following years of negotiations, Nepal was offered WTO Membership in September 2003 during the fourth WTO Ministerial at Cancun, Mexico. She became 147th Member of the WTO on 23 April 2004 after ratifying the Membership. The WTO Agreements cover a wi...
FAO, UNDP, HMGN, (2004)
Nepal to Tap Promising Trade Potential -UNDP And Government launch Million-Dollar Project Conflict, poor infrastructure, a narrow range of exports, and slow customs procedures have severely limited nepal share of global exports 0.02%through a million-dollar project launched in kathmandu earlier today, the government and the united nations...
UNDP, (2006)