Kathmandu, January 25, 2018: The Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI), is organizing the seventh edition of Nepal International Trade Fair from March 8-12 at Bhirkutimandap, Kathmandu.
The fair is targeting to promote industrial goods of the country in both the domestic and international markets. Similarly, this event is set to provide a platform to Nepali businesspersons in order to help them establish a relationship with foreign investors, entrepreneurs and traders. The five-day event aims to convene traders, investors and entrepreneurs of South Asia.
FNCCI has said that the trade fair will showcase local and foreign products through 300 stalls. The core attraction of the fair is Nepali handmade handicraft products, large cardamom, tea, ginger, synthetic hides and chyangra pashmina, which are being supported through the governments National Trade Integration Strategy. These stalls will provide information on agricultural and energy products, education, information, technology, pharmacy, transportation, buildings and construction materials.
“The fair will be essential to invite investors n Nepal and expand international entrepreneurial relations,” mentioned the FNCCI. Nepal International Trade Fair regularly helps to attract international investment and technology, promote the international market for domestic production and aid the national economy.
The fair is co-organized by Chamber of Commerce Lalitpur and Nepal Handicraft Association, promoted by the Trade and Export Promotion Centre and assisted by the Ministry of Commerce.