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Asian Development Bank projects 4.2 percent growth rate in Nepali economy in 2022


KATHMANDU;- The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has projected 4.2 percent growth rate in Nepali economy next year, 2022. Updating its major publication, Asian Development Outlook, today, the ADB estimated slight increase in the economic growth.

It had projected the growth rate to be limited within 2.3 percent in 2021.

The projection this year has said the production of rice and industrial goods would increase, thereby contributing to export promotion. Similarly, the national vaccination campaign would lower the infection, which it argued, would help improve economy.

Moreover, inflation would be around 5.2 percent due to high price of petroleum products. Lat year, the inflation was projected to be 3.6 percent.

The supply of petroleum products would decrease with the increased production of hydropower, and balance of payment is to receive low pressure.

The remittance and export would however increase, the Outlook said.

 

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