The India-Nepal Treaty of Peace and Friendship of 1950 forms the bedrock of bilateral relations.
Since 1996, exports from India have grown 11 times in size
US$7.8b was value of total exports to Nepal in 2017-18
100% of Nepal's petroleum supplies come from India
US$720m invested by Indian firms in Nepal till May 2017
FDI inflows to India from April 2000-March 2021
bilateral trade in 2020-21
Indians live or are domiciled in Nepal
Nepal has reduced the time and cost to export and the time to import by opening the Integrated Check Post Birgunj at Nepal–India border.
Nepal has an abundance of minerals, including limestone, coal, talc, granite, marble, coal, gold, and precious and semi-precious stones.
Herbs & Spices
Home to 1,600 different species of medicinal plants and aromatic spices, Nepal is a leading supplier of organic and traditional herbs
Potential of power generation and irrigation resources are vast due to many perennial rivers and rivulets that flow from Nepal to India.
Nepal’s economy is expected to grow at a rate of 6.3 per cent in financial ear 2020, according to the Asian Development Bank
With the objective of expanding connectivity to enhance people-to-people linkages and promote economic growth and development, the Prime Ministers of India and Nepal agreed to construct a new electrified rail line, with India’s financial support, connecting the border city of Raxaul in India to Kathmandu in Nepal.
336, Kapurdhara Marg,Kathmandu, Nepal. P.O. Box No 292
Consulate General of India, Birgunj
Shreepur, Birgunj, Nepal 44300
Dr. Kotraswamy M
Om Prakash Gupta
Maize (corn), other than seed (100590)
OTHER WHEAT AND MESLIN (100199)
Semi-milled/wholly milled rice, whether or not polished/glazed (100630)
Apples, fresh (080810)
Onions & shallots, fresh/chilled (070310)
Other cane sugar: (170114)
Potatoes other than seed potatoes, fresh/chilled (070190)
Fish fillet; frozen, catfish (Pangasius spp., Silurus spp., Clarias spp., lctalurus spp.) (030462)
Fish; dried, whether or not salted but not smoked, other than edible fish offal, other than cod (Gadus morhua, Gadus ogac, Gadus macrocephalus) (030559)
Fish; fresh or chilled, salmonidae, n.e.c. in item no. 0302.1, excluding fillets, livers, roes and other fish meat of heading 0304 (030219)
Fish; live, n.e.c. in heading 0301 (030199)
Fish; live, ornamental, other than freshwater (030119)
Deposits: Limestone – 540 million tons, Cement Grade Limestone – 1.25 billion metric tonsibn.gov.np
Here are the leading sectors of opportunities for foreign investors
ITC-SNPL, an ITC subsidiary, is an Indo-Nepal-UK joint venture
Dabur started commercial production in Nepal in 1992
Hindustan Unilever Nepal Limited (UNL) is the largest FMCG manufacturer in Nepal
CONCOR, a subsidiary of Indian Railways, is authorised to ferry Nepal-bound cargo
Nepal SBI Bank Ltd. (NSBL) is a subsidiary of State Bank of India (SBI) having 55 percent of ownership.
GMR Energy, a GMR Infrastructure Ltd subsidiary is developing the 600 MW Hydro Electric Power Project
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