PM calls entrepreneurs to extend support for local level elections
KATHMANDU: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal has urged entrepreneurs to provide necessary support to the government for successful completion of the upcoming local level elections slated for May 14.
PM Dahal said so while inaugurating the 51st General Assembly of Federation of Nepalese Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI) in Kathmandu on Monday.
Meanwhile, Dahal assured the businesspersons that a trade-conducive environment in the country would be created in the upcoming federal system. He further informed that there would be no double taxation.
Mentioning that the Constitution has guaranteed free movement of goods, services and capital without taxation across the county, the Prime Minister said the government would enact taxation system accordingly in the new structure.
Dahal also said that the government was aware about the procedural difficulties that might occur in the structural transformation and hence working to minimise them.
He wished that the assembly would focus on issues of minimising trade deficit and increasing production, employment and investment based on the country's need.
Dahal also wished a successful term for the FNCCI's President-elect Bhawani Rana.
The CPN-Maosit Centre Chairman also claimed that the economic environment in the nation turned positive in his premiership and there were noticeable changes like management of electricity service by ending power cut-up, enactment of the law for special economic zone and passage of important bills regarding industrial development during his present term.