KATHMANDU, Nov. 9: A total of 8 billion rupees has been added to Nepal’s capital in the period of two months with the influx of tourists in the current fiscal year’s first two months.
The data from the Nepal Rastra Bank, central bank has shown a total of 8.11 billion rupees induction into Nepali capital with the arrival of tourists.
The amount of now is high by 610 million rupees in comparison with the data that of previous year. Last year the amount stood to 7.50 billion rupees in last year in the same interval of time.
Likewise, Nepal have had added a total of 58.52 billion rupees from the tourists influx in 2016/2017.
Along with the increment in the flow of money into Nepal the tendency of Outbound Tourism expenses also has decreased. According to the data from NRB a total of 14.50 billion rupees went off Nepal in last fiscal year two months.
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