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KATHMANDU: A 26-member team of the Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI) led by FNCCI vice-president Krishna Prasad Tamrakar today left for Thailand to study the ‘One Village, One Programme’ (OVOP).
According to an FNCCI statement, the team will study Thailand’s OVOP model, its quality and impact.
After its implementation, OVOP has hugely supported the economy of Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, China and Cambodia. The aim of the programme is to develop and promote products from the local level and develop brands at the international level.
Meanwhile, in a press interaction programme here, representatives of the Sunsari Chamber of Commerce and Industry forwarded a memorandum to FNCCI calling for the development of Dharan as a major tourist spot.
Speaking in the programme, Sunsari Chamber
of Commerce and Industry president Ashok Tamrakar urged for national planning to
be develop Dharan as a tourist spot.
According to him, though Dharan is a centre of tourist attraction it still has possibilities for more development so that it can attract more tourists.
“We want a Public Private Partnership approach for he development works here,” said Tamrakar.
FNCCI president Kush Kumar Joshi assured of supporting in the development of Dharan and helping employment opportunities to increase at the local level.