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Time to work, no gossiping please: Finance Minister Mahat

KATHMANDU: Finance Minister Dr Ramsharan Mahat has said now is the time for work rather than talk to achieve the economic development.
Addressing the anniversary celebrations of Academy of Commerce (AoC) here today, the Finance Minister said onwards our focus should be on work execution rather than giving speeches to meet the target of economic growth.
Nation’s economy which was bullish with the restoration of democracy is now bearish after the conflict in the country. High economic growth is a must to boost up nation’s economy, he said.
The Finance Minister stated unemployment is the first problem facing the country and expansion of economy is necessary to address this problem, underlining the need of putting an end to the culture of organising bandas, strikes and vandalism forever to promote economic sector and attain economic growth.
It is really unfortunate that country is always poor despite abundant possibility of agriculture, tourism and natural resources here, he added.
Vice President of Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI) Pradeep Jung Pandey, IME Global Bank executive officer Ratnaraj Bajracharya, Nepal Rastra Bank director Shibanath Pandey and AoC President Sagar Bagale were among those putting their view at the programme.

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