Confederation of Nepalese Industries (CNI) announces Nepal Infrastructure Summit 2017. According to a press release issued by CNI, President Hari Bhakta Sharma announced the summit at a press conference.
“Second Nepal Infrastructure Summit 2017 has been scheduled on 19th and 20thFebruary 2017 and we are expecting a broader participations from within a country and outside,” said Sharma.
Organized jointly by Confederation of Nepalese Industries (CNI), an apex body of the country's manufacturing and service Industries, Government of Nepal (GON), Youth Community for Nepalese Contractors (YCNC) in association with other Government agencies as well as bilateral and multilateral development partners, the summit will be expected to boost construction boom in the country.
“The Second Nepal Infrastructure Summit aims to facilitate discourse on indispensability of private sector in infrastructure development. The primary objective of the summit is to attract large scale private investment in areas of Nepal’s core needs and strengths; forge stronger networks and alliances in the region for seamless connectivity; and raise awareness on why investment in infrastructure needs an urgent push in the country. The summit will showcase the project bank developed by Investment Board Nepal (IBN) which will comprise around 50 viable infrastructure projects,” said Sharma.
The Summit will provide a platform for exchange of relevant experience in selected topics including infrastructure: The Big Picture, barriers and Constraints in attracting Private and Public Investment, expediting Public Private Partnership (PPP),financing Resilient Infrastructure and successful PPP Model: Global and regional Perspective,” said Sharma.