Finance Minister Janardan Sharma underlined the urgency of making resolution to develop the dry port as an export centre.

The remittance and import-based economy is risky for Nepal, Minister Sharma said, stressing the dry port should be developed a centre point for exporting goods.

At a programme organized following the inauguration of the dry port by Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba today, Finance Minister Sharma said the dry port should be strategically used to increase export of food items and agro-based goods.

The Finance Minister also highlighted the need of moving towards independence by converting labour and natural resources into capital.

He further expressed the readiness on part of the government to…


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