Executive Pushpa Kamal Dahal, who is on a six-day visit to China, encouraged Chinese speculators and brokers to put resources into Nepal, saying Nepal is a virgin land for venture and that there were prospects for ventures and returns in each part.
The Prime Minister said as much while talking at the Roundtable Meeting on Investment Opportunities in Nepal sorted out by the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCIT) in Beijing on Monday.
“Nepal and China are old and dear companions. Our relations go back to vestige,” PM Dahal stated, including “History, custom, social qualities and geology interface us inseparably and our predetermination is interlaced.”
“Our monetary relations with China are age old. Vendors from either side of the Himalayas used to participate in exchange and business with each other in early days,” PM expressed.