Nepal

Nepal, China sign 8 deals worth $2.24bn

Jun 21, 2018
Nepal and China on Wednesday signed eight agreements worth $2.4 billion on the second day of Prime Minister K.P. Sharma Oli's visit.
 
These agreements were reached between the two governments and private sectors where Chinese investors will put money on developing hydroelectricity, water resources, cement factories and fruit cultivation and farming.
 
The signing ceremony took place at the Nepal Embassy in Beijing. ?
 
Additional memorandum of understandings will be signed on Thursday after delegation-level talks between Oli and his Chinese counterpart Li Keqiang. 
 
Oli, who arrived ?in China ?on Monday on his five-day-visit, will meet Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday afternoon at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing.
 
This is Oli's first official visit to China after returning to power in February and second foreign trip after India.
 

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