CACCI delegation calls on President, PM

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    KATHMANDU, Oct 5: A high-level delegation of industrialists of the Confederation of Asia-Pacific Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CACCI), which is here in connection with taking part in the 26th conference of CACCI, called on President Dr Ram Baran Yadav at the Office of the President at Sheetal Niwas, on Friday.

    The delegation led by President of the Federation of Nepalese Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI), Suraj Vaidya, expressed desire to invest in hydro power, infrastructure development and tourism sectors of Nepal.

    According to Vaidya, President Dr. Yadav said that the government has revamped necessary policies and laws to attract foreign investment and urged to invest in different sectors with confidence.

    President Yadav said that major political parties have been directed to give an outlet to the political stalemate at the earliest and added that parties have started positive initiatives for the same, according to Vaidya.

    Earlier, Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai was called on by the delegation at PM´s office at Singha Durbar on Friday.

    On the occasion, Prime Minister Bhattarai briefed the delegation that the integration of Maoist ex-combatants, a significant component of the peace process of Nepal, has been successfully accomplished and expressed the commitment that he was effortful to lead the country to economic prosperity.

    FNCCI Chairperson Suraj Baidhya quoted Prime Minister as urging the delegation to flow investment in the largely potential and high-yielding hydropower sector.

    Nepal´s political revolution is over and now is the need of economic revolution, Baidhya quoted PM as saying.

    Calling for the delegation members to invest in tourism, physical infrastructure development, agriculture, health, education mine industry and information and communications technologies, the Prime Minister pledged to provide any kind of support to enable investment-frineldy environment, Baidhya said.

     

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