The Udaya Group Newsletter

 Providing you curated news and reviews of investing in Nepal. 

(January 2015)

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A Synopsis of Brewing Investment Interests in Nepal by Its Neighbors

A Synopsis of Brewing Investment Interests in Nepal by Its Neighbors

2014 was a great year for international business and investments in Nepal with an increase in the number of projects , investments and commitments. The year ended with a positive note as both its neighbors - India and China - showed immense support to further investments, improve bilateral trade and other business opportunities. 2015 is expected to further build on …

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Nepal Electricity Authority fixes power purchase tariff for up to 100 MW hydels

Nepal Electricity Authority fixes power purchase tariff for up to 100 MW hydels

KATHMANDU: Nepal Electricity Authority, the sole buyer of power here, will soon start buying energy generated by hydel projects with installed capacity of up to 100 megawatts at flat rates of Rs 8.40 per unit during dry season and Rs 4.80 per unit during wet season. A decision in this regard was recently taken by the NEA board, NEA Managing …

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MoI plans to declare FY 2015-16 ‘FDI Year’

MoI plans to declare FY 2015-16 ‘FDI Year’

KATHMANDU, JAN 01 - The Ministry of Industry (MoI) said on Wednesday it plans to declare fiscal year 2015-16 as the “Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Year” to attract more FDI into the country. As a part of the FDI Year, the ministry plans to hold an “Investment Forum”, inviting potential investors from countries such as India, China and South Korea, …

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The Himalayan Hope: Nepal

The Himalayan Hope: Nepal

Daniel Workman of the Emerging Frontiers recently interviewed Shikhar Bhattarai, Founder of The Udaya Group, on investment opportunities in Nepal. Please follow the link to Emerging Frontier's original page. http://www.emergingfrontiers.com/article/20293-the-himalayan-hope-nepal Click to listen to the interview.

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A quick guide for hydropower investors in Nepal

A quick guide for hydropower investors in Nepal

The next big thing in Nepali capital market and overall economy is hydropower. The new entrants in Nepal Stock Exchange (NEPSE) are mostly hydropower companies. There will be at least 16 hydropower companies within two years. Currently, there are 6 listed hydropower companies in NEPSE. With plenty of hydropower companies in the IPO pipeline, general investors may have trouble choosing …

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Why Invest in Nepal?

Why Invest in Nepal?

Nepal is a landlocked Himalayan nation with a population of just under 30 million. Located between India and China, two of the largest and fastest growing economies of the world, Nepal promises tremendous investment potentials. With liberal policies adopted by the Government of Nepal, it has attracted the attention of many foreign investors in recent years particularly in hydropower, agriculture, …

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