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IIDS releases 'Nepal Economic Outlook 2016/17' (My Republica)

KATHMANDU, July 31:A study by Institute for Integrated Development Studies (IIDS), Kathmandu University, has concluded that favorable monsoon, regular supply of electricity, low number of political strikes, improvement in post-earthquake reconstruction activities, expansion in government revenue and capital expenditure have all contributed to the 15-year-high economic growth in the last fiscal year -- FY2016/17.  Details here. 

Economic growth projected at 3.54pc this fiscal (The Himalayan Times)

Kathmandu, July 31: The country’s economy is projected to grow by 3.54 per cent in current fiscal and 3.79 per cent in the next fiscal under the current baseline scenario.

The Institute for Integrated Development Studies (IIDS) — research wing of the Kathmandu University — has forecast that the growth rate will moderate in the current fiscal and next fiscal as compared to 6.9 per cent growth of the previous fiscal. Details here. 

Infrastructure is the backbone of economic development (Karobar)

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