HIMALAYAN NEWS SERVICE
KATHMANDU: Confederation of Nepalese Industries (CNI), on Sunday, established the Nepalgunj chapter. CNI has opened the chapter at Nepalgunj — an important industrial hub — to increase its network reach. The chapter was inaugurated by chief district officer of Banke Dhundiraj Pokhrel amid a function.
Sanima, Hana tie-up
KATHMANDU: Sanima Bank has joined hands with South Korean bank, Hana Bank, to start remittance services from South Korea. Sanima is providing modern banking services from 24 branches across the country. Hana Bank is one of the biggest banks in South Korea. Currently, it has more than 100 branches across the globe. Chief executive officer of Sanima Kumar Lamsal expressed his confidence regarding the alliance. Sanima has appointed ESARA Remit as its agent to promote and market the remittance service.
Sebon holds training
KATHMANDU: Securities Board of Nepal (Sebon), jointly with Lamjung Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), organised a training programme on the share market at district headquarter Besisahar. The training programme, held under the chairmanship of president of LCCI Bhesh Raj Poudel, had participation of local industrialists, business people, teachers and students, it said, adding that the training was conducted by officer of Sebon Ambika Prasad Giri, Murahari Parajuli of Nepal Stock Exchange and Deepak Raj Oli representing Nepal Stock Brokers Association.
Health camp held
KATHMANDU: Welcare Hospital organised a free health camp at Thali of Dachi VDC, on Saturday. The health camp provided medical services to 350 people. The camp mostly conducted health check-ups on female patients, it said.
NTB in Russia
KATHMANDU: Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) coordinated Nepal’s participation at the Moscow International Travel Tourism Exhibition (MITT), the fifth largest exhibition in the world, on March 20-23, realising the potential of the market with almost 10,000 Russians visiting Nepal every year. Russian tour operators were also informed and updated about the current offers and the participation at the fair gave them the opportunity to meet domestic agencies for business tie-ups and contact renewals. Detailed information of tour packages was provided to visitors as well as to buyers at MITT, which showcased over 3,000 companies from 120 countries and regions.