Robust Legal Framework TO PROTECT FOREIGN INVESTMENT
Guarantee to the Property Rights
Article 25 (2) of the Constitution says,
“The State shall not, except for public interest, requisition, acquire, or otherwise create any encumbrance on, the property of a person.”
Leading Role of the Private Sector
One of the constitutional policies of the State says,
“The State shall pursue the policy to achieve economic prosperity by way of optimum mobilization of the available means and resources while focusing on the role of private sector in economy…..”
Nepal Welcomes and Nurtures Foreign Investments
The constitutional policy of the state says,
“The policy of the state is to encourage foreign capital and technological investment in areas of import substitution and export promotion…..”
ANNUAL GDP GROWTH RATE (IN %)
Nepal maintains a healthy GDP growth rate of almost 5% in the last decade.
Per Capita Income (IN USD)
Nepal’s per capita income is consistently rising, averaging a robust 8% growth in the last one decade.
Source: Central Bureau of Statistics, Nepal
Foreign Currency Reserves
Nepal maintains healthy foreign currency reserves, enough to finance imports (Merchandise and Services) for 10.3 months on average in the last decade.
Amount (USD in Million)
Import capacity in months (Merchandise and Services)
Source: Nepal Rastra Bank
PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION IN GROSS FIXED CAPITAL FORMATION (IN US$ MILLION)
Private sector participation in fixed capital formation has been robust with an average growth rate of 14% in the last decade.
PER CAPITA DISPOSABLE INCOME (IN US$ MILLION)
Nepal maintained a healthy growth rate of 15% in disposable income in the last decade.