Uncovering Nepal—Exploring Trends and Emerging Growth Opportunities

An Assessment of Nepal's Economic and Industry Potential

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Research Scope: Economic, Mega Trends, Industry, SWOT Analysis
Geographic Scope: Nepal

What makes this study unique?
This study captures Nepal's growth and development on the economic and industrial front, covering key growth industries such as hydropower, tourism, transport infrastructure, cement, and healthcare.

Key Questions Answered:
What are some of the key Mega Trends shaping the economy and resultant implications?
How is Nepal working to develop manufacturing and what is the status of SEZ development?
What are the dynamics and emerging opportunities within key growth industries?

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
2. Executive Summary- Key Findings
3. Economy
Growth and Development Outlook
FDI Snapshot
2016-17 Budget Examined
Key Recent Policies and Implications
4. Mega Trends
Demographic Advantage
Growing Urbanization
5. Economic Diversification to Manufacturing
The Case for Economic Diversification
Development of the Manufacturing Sector
SEZ Development
6. Industry
Tapping into the Hydropower Potential
Transport Infrastructure Development
Cement Industry Assessment
Tourism Industry Outlook
Investing in Healthcare
7. Vision for Nepal
Vision for Nepal
8. SWOT Analysis
SWOT Analysis of Doing Business in Nepal
Political Instability- Threat Impact Timeline
9. Key Takeaways
10. Key Takeaways
11. Appendix
12. Areas in Which FDI is Banned


List of Figures & Charts

1. Top 5 Source Countries for FDI, Nepal, 2014
2. Top 5 Destination Sectors for FDI, Nepal, 2014
3. Gross Value Added by Agriculture, Industry, and Services as a Share of GDP, Nepal, 2000/01, 2008/09, 2015/16
4. Gross Value Added my Manufacturing as a % of GDP, Global, 2013
5. Cement Industry Growth and Imports, Nepal, 2009/10 and 2013/14


1. Real GDP Growth and Current Price GDP, Nepal, 2011/12 – 2019/20
2. Budget Figures, Nepal, 2015/16- 2016/17
3. Population Age Structure, Nepal, 2000-2025
4. Annual Urban Population and Urban Population Proportion, Nepal, 2000-2025
5. Tourist Arrival, Nepal, 2012-2017
6. Number of Public and Private Hospitals, Nepal, 2008 and 2013

Indicators

Selected Macroeconomic and Industry Indicators, Nepal, 2010/11-2020/21
1. Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
2. GDP Growth (at constant prices)
3. Final Consumption Expenditure
4. Private Consumption Expenditure
5. Government Consumption Expenditure
6. Gross Fixed Capital Formation
7. Exports of Goods and Services
8. Imports of Goods and Services
9. Value added by agriculture, forestry and fishing
10. Value added by mining and quarrying
11. Value added by manufacturing
12. Value added by electricity, gas and water
13. Value added by construction
14. Value added by wholesale and retail trade
15. Value added by hotels and restaurants
16. Value added by transport, storage and communications
17. Value added by financial intermediation
18. Value added by real estate, renting and business activities
19. Value added by public administration and defence
20. Value added by education
21. Value added by health and social work
22. Value added by other community, social and personal service activities
23. Total Value Added
24. Agriculture, value added
25. Industry, value added
26. Service, value added
27. Government Debt (% of GDP)
28. Inflation, average consumer prices
29. Foreign Direct Investment inflow
30. Exchange Rate
31. Population
32. Urbanization Rate



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