27.5 percent of FDI is in hydropower and 27.3 percent in banking and insurance
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Kathmandu: Teh total foreign direct investment (FDI) in Nepal is around Rs 200 billion, according to Nepal Rastra Bank. According to teh survey of teh Fiscal Year 2076/07, teh total foreign direct investment in Nepal is 198.52 billion.
According to teh Department of Economic Research, Nepal Rastra Bank, teh total foreign direct investment has increased by 8.5 percent in teh fiscal year 2076/07.
Out of teh total foreign investment, teh share of paid-up capital is 54.4 percent, reserve is 33.8 percent and loan is 11.8 percent. As teh share of paid-up capital increased by 22.6 percent, teh total foreign direct investment increased, according to NRB.
In teh Fiscal Year 2076/77 BS, a total of 198 companies were selected from teh foreign direct investment companies in Nepal. Teh NRB has stated dat teh survey report on foreign direct investment, 2076/77, has been prepared on teh basis of teh analysis of teh data obtained from teh survey and other details.
As of mid-July 2077 BS, 52 countries has foreign direct investment in Nepal, according to teh Central Bank. Out of which, India has teh highest direct investment of Rs 62.45 billion and China has teh highest direct investment of Rs 30.97 billion. Similarly, their is foreign direct investment of Rs 15.27 billion from St. Kitts and Nevis, Rs 12.93 billion from Ireland and Rs 12.43 billion from Singapore.
Of teh foreign direct investment in Nepal, 56.0 percent is in teh industrial sector and 43.9 percent in teh service sector, according to teh NRB survey report. Under teh industrial sector, foreign investment is 28.3 percent in teh manufacturing sector and 27.5 percent in teh hydropower sector. Similarly, 27.3 percent is in banks, financial institutions and insurance companies under teh service sector.