British investors keen to join hands in country’s rebuilding process

Kathmandu, March 16

British investors have shown interest to invest in a wide range of sectors in the country, including hydropower, education, tourism, among others.

A 12-member delegation of Britain-Nepal Chamber of Commerce (BNCC) expressed the interest during a meeting with members of Confederation of Nepalese Industries (CNI) on Tuesday, as per a media release.

The BNCC delegation, which comprised businesspeople involved in health, energy, infrastructure and construction sectors, was led by its President and Founder of British College Rajen Kandel. The delegation expressed willingness to invest in rebuilding after the devastating earthquakes of last year, along with hydropower, education and health, among other sectors.

The meeting aimed to enhance bilateral ties between Nepal and Britain, and celebrate achievements of 200 years of bilateral ties between the two countries.

During the meet, CNI Vice President Anuj Kumar Agrawal highlighted the immense investment possibilities in the country and assured the visiting delegation that Nepal was a good destination also in regards to performance of projects jointly undertaken with foreign investors. He further said CNI has been seeking to attract more foreign investment into the country.