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  Surge Of Turnover In Nepse Makes Market More 'mature'
    KATHMANDU, July 24: The country’s only secondary market set another record this week.

Average daily turnover at Nepal Stock Exchange (Nepse), had been hovering at around Rs 400 million in Fiscal Year 2013/14, jumped to Rs 1 billion on Monday.

  Samsung Electronics CEO In Nepal
    KATHMANDU, July 24: BK Yoon, the CEO and President of Samsung Electronics Co, along with a high-level delegation from Samsung, is in Nepal to review the Samsung Consumer Electronics business here and assess the potential for future growth opportunities in the country.

According to Him Electronics, which markets and distributes an array of Samsung products in Nepal, Yoon visited various Samsung outlets in Kathmandu and Lalitpur, and inaugurated the newly renovated Exclusive Samsung Plaza in Durbar Marg, Kathmandu.

  QDF Launches Summer Promotion
    KATHMANDU, July 24: Qatar Duty Free (QDF), the second-largest duty free operator in the Middle East, announced a promotion campaign for passengers departing from or transiting through Hamad International Airport.

This year’s edition of the ‘Summer Promotion’ offers passengers a shopping voucher booklet that also includes US$ 5 off on all purchases of US$ 10 and above through a single transaction, Qatar Duty Free said in a statement Thursday. QDF offers a wide assortment of the latest products across various categories including cosmetics, electronics, clothing, jewelry, confectionary, and much more, it said.

  Yeti Airlines Starts Week-long Sapling Plantation Campaign
    KATHMANDU, July 24: Yeti Airlines planted over 2,500 saplings at Uttar Rameshworam, Jyotirling Shivapuri Dham in Uttar Bayhadi of Dhangadhi-4 as part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) on Thursday.

The plantation program will run for a week with a target of planting 20,000 saplings, according to a statement from the airline.

  CIAA Directs Appointing CEO At NEA
    KATHMANDU, July 24: The Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) has directed the government to forward the process for appointing the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at the Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) saying the NEA was run by Officiating CEO for long.

The NEA has been running its services under the Officiating CEO, Ram Chandra Pandey, an NEA official, currently

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