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9780143421092 60ad0ccce7859911ed6df5fe Unleashing Nepal https://www.midlandbookshop.com/s/607fe93d7eafcac1f2c73ea4/60ad0ccde7859911ed6df617/9780143421092-us.jpg Unleashing Nepal tells the story of Nepal's changing economy, from the time of unification to a remittance economy driven by the labour of Nepal's diaspora. Acclaimed columnist and business leader Sujeev Shakya examines not only the squandered opportunities of the past but also what Nepali citizens need to do to escape from a feudal history of dependence and powerlessness. Here is a Nepal that could be an Asian Tiger. Here are resourceful village communities who manage their own electricity, aspirational Nepali youth, energetic migrant workers, and driven foreign-aid workers, who can make this dream a reality. Compelling and eminently readable, this updated and enriched version brings the country alive with its acute business understanding, humour and local colour. 9780143421092
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  • ISBN: 9780143421092
  • Author: Gurcharan Das
  • Publisher: Penguin
  • Pages: 320
  • Format: Paperback
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Unleashing Nepal tells the story of Nepal's changing economy, from the time of unification to a remittance economy driven by the labour of Nepal's diaspora. Acclaimed columnist and business leader Sujeev Shakya examines not only the squandered opportunities of the past but also what Nepali citizens need to do to escape from a feudal history of dependence and powerlessness. Here is a Nepal that could be an Asian Tiger. Here are resourceful village communities who manage their own electricity, aspirational Nepali youth, energetic migrant workers, and driven foreign-aid workers, who can make this dream a reality. Compelling and eminently readable, this updated and enriched version brings the country alive with its acute business understanding, humour and local colour.

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