A Proposal for Foreign Investment Bill of Nepal-2019

We believe that Nepal’s foreign investment laws and environment should be open, competitive, and attractive than countries in Asia if we are to attract sustained level of foreign direct investment in Nepal. This proposal presents our recommendations and proposals concerning Foreign Direct Investment Bill for consideration of the Government of Nepal (GoN). This proposal contains the following documents:

  1. Summary description of and rationale for the proposed new Foreign Investment Bill;
  2. The proposed draft Foreign Investment Bill of Nepal – 2075/2019; and
  3. The Rules and Regulations for implementing the proposed Investment Bill of Nepal 2075/2019.

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