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Nepal to organize Money Expo 2011 to promote investment opportunities

08-29-2011 15:33 BJT

KATHMANDU, Aug. 26 (Xinhua) -- A three-day Money Expo 2011 is being held in Nepali capital Kathmandu from Sept. 12 with a view to promote investment opportunities and wealth protection strategies in the country.

According to Friday's Republica daily, the expo will have more than 100 stalls, including that of financial sector regulators, stock exchange, commodities exchanges, banks and financial institutions, investment and remittance companies, among others, said the organizers at a press meeting.

Arthik Abhiyan, a national business daily, Jamb Technologies, Minds Nepal and Morningstar Services are the organizers of the event.

More than 50,000 people are expected to visit the expo.

The expo will be the first ever event in Nepal dedicated to promoting investment opportunities and wealth protection strategies.

"The expo also aims to strengthen business-networking for financial sector players and their constituents by providing opportunity to speak directly with leading experts," said a statement.

The expo will feature seminars and lectures from financial experts, regulators, analysts and successful investors. Quiz contest, art exhibition, national and international currency show and movies on trading and investment will be showcased during the event, stated the statement.

Editor:Wang Xiaomei |Source: Xinhua

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