Nepal Finance Minister Urges US Investors for Opportunities ➤

Nepal Finance Minister Urges US Investors for Opportunities

Barshaman Pun encourages investment during US visit, summit in Kathmandu soon

Finance Minister Barshaman Pun, currently in the US, has captured the attention of American investors towards Nepal. He urged them to explore investment prospects.

During a roundtable discussion organized by the US Chamber of Commerce in Washington on Wednesday, Finance Minister Pun emphasized the need for investors to identify opportunities in Nepal.

Anjali Kaur, Deputy Assistant Administrator of the Bureau for Asia at USAID, Shreedhar Khatry, Nepali Ambassador to the US, and Atul Kashyap, Senior Vice Chair of US Chamber of Commerce for South Asia, also shared their perspectives on Nepal’s upcoming investment summit.

Furthermore, US companies with existing investments in Nepal participated in the discussion, showcasing their commitment to the country’s growth.

Nepal is gearing up to host an investment summit on April 29-30 in Kathmandu, aiming to attract foreign investment and boost economic development.

Meanwhile, Finance Minister Pun held meetings with Vice Chairs of the World Bank to discuss issues related to the World Bank’s investment in the Upper Arun Hydropower project.

Similarly, Minister Pun engaged in discussions with Riccardo Puliti, Regional Vice Chair of the International Finance Corporation, regarding the upcoming round of IFC’s investment plans.