Kathmandu, 30 June, 2015 : Citing the country’s financial status remained on a positive footing, various experts on Tuesday have said the reconstruction works in the aftermath of the massive earthquake could be run with ease
In a one-day training programme organised by Nepal Bankers Association and Society of Economic Journalists-Nepal (SEJON), on ‘Economic News Collection’ said that the country’s current economic situation is supportive for reconstruction and recovery.
Former Governor Dr Yuvraj Khatiwada said that the Central bank should support the government in the reconstruction works adding that the existing liquidity and reserve of foreign currency would help form capital required for the reconstruction.
NRB former Acting Governor Krishna Bahadur Manandhar, in the occasion, said the country’s economic condition would not face problems as the foreign currency management had no worries.
If the financial management were put in place on a right course it would have a positive impact on the impending reconstruction of the damaged structures, saidÂ Chief Executive Officer of Lumbini BankÂ and Economist Shovandev Pant.
Nepal Bankers Association Chairman Upendra Poudel and Vice Chairman Anil Keshari Shah stressed the need for diverting our attention to the fact that confidence over the financial sector would help reconstruct ravaged structures.