Nepal: Political change & corruption, economic collapse.


Political violence by political parties has always come at the expense of economic industry, that resulted in a major industrial decline. When fair government is established, industry should mobilize all relevant business groups and get help finding the best way to develop the new economy across Nepal. The emphasis should be on the promotion of employment and the economy, which is not possible in the current republican system. The main objective of the government and the present system is to destabilize the Nepalese economy. 

What is essential now is to concentrate management efforts to make the economic system work but disgraced politicians only promote the clash of ideas and policies. 

They do not acknowledge the role of the business sector and do not assist them in the planning of business services. 

A failed government has no idea how to deal with local organizations that actively co-operate. Failed politicians lack a collaborative partnership and are not focused on better planning and development. Both public and private companies should be associated with resources used. 

Is an important factor in the country's development. Political parties ignore the importance of national wealth and do nothing How, it can be protected by an institution.

Crooked politicians and their parties are so evil There is no cooperative effort to achieve a more comprehensive market strategy. Not only to identify economic sectors, but also to have caring interest groups. If the policy works in a fair deal, it will be entirely possible for a company to enter into business. The focus should be on small- and large-scale economic activities that will create more jobs and employment security. 

We need local businesses like tourism, food, small businesses and developing utilities to create distinguishing value in development. A good transport system is a very good policy to develop because corruption is uncontrollable, this will not help the business. I'm not interested in what people say. 

Nepal has been undergoing a hellish period of development for 35 years. Even responsible politics and societal considerations are essential for effective economics, management and industrial growth. 

With advances in infrastructure upgrades, 

The quality of a stable political situation is essential for the smooth operation of the whole economic system.

With uncontrolled price increases, the exploitation of growth zones and reckless policies are all responsible for the death of the Nepalese economy. 

I have personally promoted community investment, and commercialization is just as important in my writing. 

Social unrest and lack of responsibility have emerged as problems. It is the most tragic decline in the economic inflow and the Nepalese economy since the establishment of the republican system. Due to severe setbacks in a socially disturbing peace, the environment, security as well as instability in the political environment as well.

There were a number of negative impacts, especially after the installation of the Republican system. However, a new social upheaval is needed to effect economic change in people's lives. 

As I would like to point out, efforts must be made to the extent possible to maintain the economy through appropriate policy. For sustainable development, as the industrial sector has always been a force in substantially sustaining the national economy. The development and promotion of companies are directly linked to the number of jobs. 

It deals primarily with good governance and trading partners. The battle against these failed politicians is more than a short-term agenda. The policy at issue and its acceptance can be the first step. 

From a national perspective, there is a need for a patriotic policy based on our own national expertise and professional resources are required to leverage their valuable experience in various areas of economic management. 

What constitutes development? Simply put, development is taken for granted and preservation of the same. 

Acquiring the improvement and preserving the improvement are different questions. There are responsibilities, in my opinion, for a wise and egalitarian development based upon equality.

Nepal's development has been suspended for many years. For several years, all companies, including the tourism sector, have been operating slowly following political upheavals has not been helpful. I wonder, then, whether we need a rich and stable Nepal and a Nepalese people. 

We must get rid of the system that creates poverty and violence and raises taxes without anything in return. Political changes and the current system have left Nepal and the Nepalese people in the lurch.