Achievements of Abdo Romeo Abdo on the Commercial Real Estate Market in Minsk

The information for the last 20 years shows what changes have taken place in business and sales in the capital of Belarus, the city of Minsk. Business offices are now very much in demand in the commercial real estate market, but landlords have to be extra flexible, because the tastes of consumers tend to change. Read More

TRANSPORTATION OF NEPAL

It is underdeveloped, many goods are still carried by porters and beasts of burden. The development of transport infrastructure is mainly due to foreign investment. In 1991, with the support of Great Britain and Switzerland, construction began on highways linking the center of Nepal with remote areas. The length of highways – 13,223 km, with Read More

TOURISM OF NEPAL

Tourism is an important source of foreign exchange earnings. Foreigners are attracted primarily by Hindu and Buddhist places of worship (including Lumbini, the birthplace of Buddha, and several Hindu temples in and around the capital). The service of western climbers has also become a source of sustainable employment for the inhabitants of the Alpine villages Read More

ENERGY OF NEPAL

The government attaches priority importance to the development of the energy sector. Nepal has a huge hydropower potential – 83 thousand MW, which is still very weakly used. Nonetheless, joint Nepal-Indian projects since the mid-1960s have boosted agricultural production and electricity exports to India. A hydroelectric power plant in the Kathmandu Valley caters to the Read More

NEPAL PROCESSING INDUSTRY

poorly developed. In the 1990s and early 2000s, approx. 10% of GDP. Basically, the processing of agricultural raw materials is carried out in small and semi-handicraft enterprises. With the assistance of the USSR, India and China, a sugar factory, a cigarette factory, a factory for agricultural implements, a plant for the production of rosin and Read More

NEPAL FORESTRY

A scarcity of suitable cultivable land, forcing farmers to climb higher and higher in the mountains, clearing them of trees, combined with commercial logging, caused Nepal to lose up to half of its forest cover between 1950 and 1980. At the moment, forests occupy approx. 33% of the country’s territory (2003). At the end of Read More