KATHMANDU:- The Confederation of Nepalese Industries (CNI) has welcomed the common minimum programme unveiled by the coalition government on Sunday, saying that it had emphasized on industrialization, production-oriented economy and control of coronavirus.
‘Make in Nepal National Campaign’ launched by CNI would be propped up by the government’s programme of production-focused economy, CNI said, adding that the Make in Nepal campaign was also the production oriented economy.
The CNI’s campaign was for the production of goods and services within country and their promotion. The plan to replace the import with national products is a welcome step, it added.
Also welcomed by the CNI is the announcement of guarantee of vaccines to all eligible population within coming March, relief package to the industries, tourism, media and transport sectors which suffered much in the face of COVID-19.
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