Nepal Infrastructure Summit 2022
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We all have learnt that no single institution, political party or sector can work in isolation to drive economic change.
CNI recognizes this and will look to work even closer with the Government, Political Parties, Private Sector, Civil Society, Development Partners and all such stakeholders who share a common goal and vision to have a "Prosperous Nepal", wherein this prosperity reaches across the country to all our citizens.
The Confederation of Nepalese Industries (CNI) is a professionally led manufacturing and service sector industry centered apex body of the large and medium scale industrial community of Nepal. It has a membership base consisting of nearly all of the big corporate houses of Nepal, Nepalese blue-chip companies, joint venture companies etc. spread across a wide and diversified spectrum constituting sectors related to manufacturing, information, communication and entertainment, banks and financial institutions, insurance, travel tourism and hospitality, utilities, infrastructure and construction etc.
Confederation of Nepalese Industries–CNI has been continuously helping its member manufacturing and service industries in evolving and adapting to a rapidly changing political-economic landscape in the country. It works closely with Government and related agencies on policy issues and industrial development matters. It offers member industries with a wide range of specialized services in order to enhance efficiency; build competitiveness and expand opportunities. We understand that our members need support during challenging times in their respective industries and policy related areas. So, we will be offering exclusive members services under newly formed "Membership Cell" to cover special member's concerns and issues. These services are available to anyone who has been a member of the Confederation of Nepalese Industries –CNI.
1. Receiving the issues and problems online or in written format
2. Registration of the received issues and concerns
3. Discussion on registered issues with experts and specialized committee within CNI.
4. Discussed issues will then be submitted to the respective Government agencies. Member can accompany with us at Government and related agency.
5. Finally, we will share possible solutions with logical conclusions with our valued member.
CNI has started its "Member Service Cell to support its Members in different issues. If we receive any of your issues, we will take it over and put it forward to respective committees of CNI. We will discuss it with our experts for the best solution. We will take the issue to concern authority and lobby for it. We will contact you and report frequently. We hope this facility will help our members and Nation in building Nepal a better place for Investment.
You can send us your issue in following email as well: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
To play a lead role in making the country's industrial sector vibrant, resilient as well as globally competitive and to promote an investment-friendly environment to achieve a sustainable double-digit economic growth.
The primary working area of CNI includes encouraging positive competition and competent management among the industries, promoting domestic and foreign investment and creating employment opportunities in the country's industrial and corporate sectors.
To provide meaningful policy inputs to the government in the area of industrial development, investment and export promotion, trade facilitation, industrial relation being a "Think Tank" of country's economic and industrial sector.
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Create a "Prosperous Nepal", wherein this prosperity reaches across the country to all our fellow citizens.