Nepal Rastra Bank has reduced the daily limit on the import of gold. Now, no more can 10 kilograms of gold can be imported in a single day.

In Chaitra last year, the daily quota was increased from 10 kg to 20 kg in response to rising demand from the public. As a result of depleting foreign reserves in the country, the limit has now been reverted to 10 kg per day.

The price of gold in the Nepalese market has crossed the Rs. 1 lakh ceiling per tola.

According to the official website of the Federation of Nepal Gold and Silver Dealers’ Association, fine gold is being traded today at Rs. 1,01,900 per tola. This is the result of a gain of Rs. 2,000 on the price today. Last week, the rate was maintained at Rs. 99,900…


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