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Given that the investment environment remains unstable, and given that Nepal continues to have an unsteady inflation rate, yes, floating exchange rates may bring further uncertainty for investors if this is not a part of a larger package of policies. And since Nepal has to import a lot anyway, de-pegging the Nepalese rupee from the Indian rupee would not help too much in improving the balance of trade. There is no easy escape. To improve the BOT Nepal has to produce attractive goods and services, and for that, it needs a stable investment environment and a more steady and predictable inflation rate. Note also that simple political stability is not enough to have a business friendly environment. We need a particular kind of stable political environment, one that allows for market institutions.

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You are not the only one. At 4:04 the audio jumps.

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