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Workshop related with Nepali Entrepreneurs held in Baltimore


BALTIMORE: A one day workshop was held in Baltimore with the objective of inspiring Nepali communities to start small enterprise in the United States. An appeal could be made to all potential Nepali entrepreneurs to utilize all the support to be provided by the US government under the small and medium enterprise promotion program.

Two separate working papers were presented during the workshop jointly organized by Boudhik Sansar Saichik Pratisthan and Baltimore Association of Nepalese in America (BANA). Krishna Regmi, who is pursuing PHD presented one paper discussed about Economic Relations between America and Nepal while Chief Executive Engineer of Kalika Construction Group Kulmani Acharya presented another working paper entitled situation, challenge and possibilities of Small entrepreneurs. Chief Guest of the program Nepali Ambassador to United States Dr. Shankar Prasad Sharma suggested Nepali communities to utilize the benefits provided by American government for the small and medium entrepreneurs and create self employment. He also expressed his readiness to facilitate the process.

Sharma informed that the number of US tourists visiting Nepal has increased in last five years and the situation of overseas trade to the US has increased significantly. He also informed that a high level meeting is taking place between the high level officials of the Government of Nepal and parliamentarians of Nepal Caucus in the US parliament on September 19.

The meeting was chaired by Chairperson of BANA Bijay Shrestha. Honorary Consulate of Nepal to Pennsylvania Prem Raja Mahat informed that the conference would be a positive signal to drive Nepali community towards business. Senior vice-chairperson of Nepal America Chambers of Commerce Sanubabu Silwal informed that the conference boosted teh confidence of people. Former vice-chairperson of Nepal America Journalists Association (NAJA) and Representative of Bouddhik Sansar Saichik Pratisthan Bishnu Shittal informed that people of Nepali community have been losing opportunity in the US, which is considered as the land of opportunities, due to lack of laws and procedures of the US.

Another panelist of the working paper Nepal Representative of International Monetary Fund (IMF) Dr. Ram Sharan Kharel informed that Nepal Rastra Bank has been making strict monitoring mechanism to facilitate the proper use of foreign assistance and remittance money. Another resource person and economist of World Bank Prem Sangroula and former chairperson Krishna Ghimire also commented on the working paper.

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