Nepali Times
Business

India's second wind
After several years of disappointing performance, the Indian economy looks set to return to its former glory

An economic facelift
How successfully China changes its economic model will ultimately determine its prospects for further growth and continued stability

What's troubling India?
India's economic slowdown reflects a deeper loss of official direction and business confidence among investors

The biology of luxury
Our inherent need to keep up appearances and display wealth is keeping the demand for luxury goods high despite the global recession

Chasing the Nepali dream
The Chase Community competition shows how Nepalis are engaged and ready to rally around positive change

Small farm's large benefits
Smallholder farmers can boost sustainable agriculture and economic growth

Banking on financial inclusion
Opening the financial system to the world's poorest will unlock their economic and social potential to the benefit of all

London in Kathmandu
Nepali Times caught up with Sulav Budhathoki, Chairman and CEO of Islington College to learn what IC has to offer Nepali students who desire an international degree

Business as unusual
With the energy crisis getting worse and fuel costs rising, a new joint FNCCI and GIZ program is promoting energy efficiency in the private sector

More than just mountains
An online travel portal offers a unique look into everything Nepali

The Euro awaits its verdict
Salvaging the Euro dream is a possibility, but how many want it?

High living
Urban Nepalis transition to posh apartment living

In search of new avenues
The illusion of a loss-proof banking sector is slowing breaking

Surya Nepal awards

Banking on technology
Dailekh leapfrogs technology to bring banking to rural Nepal

The rise and fall of the Tibetan carpet industry
What started as a handicraft project for Tibetan refugees and grew into the mainstay of Nepal's economy is now on the verge of collapse

Linking out
Worldlink Technologies is now SPI Nepal

"Qatar values Nepal"
Qatar Airways soars high

Ncell sells
Ncell CEO Pasi Koistinen recently spoke to Nepali Times about his company's experience in the two years since its much vaunted launch in Nepal.

Student discount, please!
Zen Nepal introduces the International Student Identity Card


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LATEST ISSUE
545
(18 MARCH 2011 - 24 MARCH 2011)


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