Nepalese discuss ways to direct Saudi investments in Nepal
Riyad: Nepalese diasporas residing in Saudi Arabia on Friday held discussions on directing investments from the Saudi Development Funds and the country to Nepal.
The interaction program organized by the Nepalese embassy in Saudi Arabia was participated by State Minister for Finance Hari Raj Khewa Limbu, Finance Secretary Krishna Hari Shrestha among others.
The program also discussed on means to secure safe working conditions for Nepalese workers and to increase minimum wages for employment in the gulf countries.
Published Date: Thursday, April 5th, 2012 | 01:00 AM
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