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Macro Case

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(JUNE 2012)

Presented by: Shubhekchha Neupane


600)  Dollar raises against the rupees (outflow of capital from India)  India cuts interest rates (cut half a percentage for the first time in three years)  China moves towards currency liberalization (loosening the trading bond limits for Yuan) .7 billion)  Gold price increase (price surged past US dollar 1.INTERNATIONAL ECONOMY  Nokia in trouble (first quarter operating loss of 1.

Nepal will be able to enjoy the trickle down effects of economic growth .5% this year and by 4. The slowing down of the Indian and Chinese Economies suggest that the future holds challenges for the Nepalese economy.specially from increasing labor demand.    . According to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) world GDP is set to rise by 3. Other than from remittance Nepal’s link to the global economy is limited.1% in 2013.

144  Gross National Income in 2010/11 : NPR 46.ACCORDING TO CENTRAL BUREAU OF STATISTICS (CBS)  GDP for fiscal year 2000/01 : NPR 413 billion  GDP for fiscal year 2010/11 : NPR 637 billion  Gross National Income in 2000/01 : NPR 19.859 .


NRB made it mandatory for banks and financial institutions to ensure that the agriculture sector accounts for at least 10% of total lending by July 2014  .87% to NPR 384.9 billion.AGRICULTURE  The agricultural budget increased by 17.

  .EDUCATION  Fee ceiling set for private schools Campaign of proving primary education to all children by 2015 Vocational subjects soon to be an integral part of school education.

According to NOC. there has been a hike in the price of petroleum products. approximately 531 megawatt of electricity is generated through the use of diesel.ENERGY  For the fifth time in current fiscal year.   . LGP Consumer Cards issued.

06 billion towards health sector reforms.FOREIGN AID  Japan provides grant of NPR 580 million for the Sindhuli Road Project. Nepal is likely to lose at least NPR 430 million in annual aid assistance from Canada. Germany pledged NPR 1. ADB to assist in urban development (NPR 931 million)    .

HEALTH  School Health and Nutrition Project gains ground in VDC’s (546 primary schools in 60 VDC’s) No polio detected in Nepal for 20 months Health ministry to table human resource plan)   .

readymade garments and luxury items such as shoes. rods. cement.2 billion   Decrease in the import of high value goods such as vehicles. etc Increase in the import of low value goods such as food.TRADE  Nepal dropped 21 places in the last five years in Global Logistics Performance Report.  . Trade deficit stands at USD 3.

1 million.REMITTANCE  In the period of 7 months.   . Migrant workers number increase almost 19% compared to last year. Nepali insurance companies have sold insurance policies worth NPR 594. Worker demand more than supply. starting from September 2011.


 Education The government is seeking to improve education levels through its school enrollment programs while increasing the impact of education by improving the quality of education through education in mother tongue. solar energy and wind must be looked into to arrive at a long term solution for the country. Agriculture To protect local farmers the government also needs to implement strict measures when it comes to informal trade of agricultural commodities. .  Energy Alternative and renewable sources of energy such as biogas.

 Foreign Aid Aid effectiveness continues to be ineffective due to a lack of transparency in the flow or distribution of foreign aid.  Trade If Nepal is to increase its global competitiveness and integrate into the world economy . It is necessary to internalize international tools like the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) to ensure financial transparency. . it needs to focus on creating the right policies and infrastructure. Health Nepal continues to show improvement in most of its health indicators with the exception of neo natal mortality.

It leads to increase in liquidity and in turn improving access to capital in Nepal. Remittance In the long run a remittance dependent economy will be dependent on the success of other economies. increase in financial service agencies. . Indirect benefit of remittance includes increase in business for insurance companies.


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