Foreign Investment Surges By 81.5 Percent

March 16, 2022 | Investopaper

According to the monthly report of NRB, a total of Rs. 16.28 billion foreign investment (FDI) has entered in Nepal in the first seven months of the current fiscal year. 

Compared to the same period of the last fiscal year, foreign investment has increased by about 81.5 percent. In the first seven months of the last fiscal year, foreign investment had declined by 37.5 percent to Rs 9.02 billion. Foreign investment had declined in the previous year due to the effect of COVID-19 infection. 

As FDI had fallen sharply in the last year, the rise of 80 percent this year is not as encouraging as it seems. Despite the surge in terms of percentage, the foreign investment is short of the expected target.

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