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  • 1. Theme: Emerging Business power of China & India and it’s impact on Nepal Present to you by: Ramesh K Raut,MBA
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  • 3. Presentation Coverage: 1. Background 2. Current Scenario of Nepal, India and China in terms of GDP and Economic growth 3. Data Analysis and relatively its impacts 4. How Nepal Can Capitalize its Location 5. The negative impacts on Nepal 6. Nepal GDP Projection after capitalization of its location 7. How Nepal can multiplier the GDP
  • 4. The emerging business power of China and India and its impact on Nepal
  • 5. 1. Background •Nepal lies between the two big countries China and India Which represent the world’s two largest and fastest emerging economies. Their bilateral trade has continuously grown over the past two decades. The largest exporter and importer are doing their economic transactions where Nepal is in-between of them with lots of business opportunities.
  • 6. 1. Background cont.…. • The two emerging economies in our neighborhood would be both opportunity and challenge to us. For this, we need to ponder over linkages of growing economies with our national economy. • We can identify infrastructural linkage, economic linkage and linkage in ideas and thoughts that will further strengthen our relations, propelled by, no doubt, interdependence and technology
  • 7. •China and India Relation with Nepal: "Geography made us neighbor, History made us friend and Economics made us partner"
  • 8. 2. Current Scenario of Nepal, India and China World : GDP (Nominal) : US$ 71.83 trillion GDP (PPP) : US$ 84.97 trillion China: GDP (Nominal) : US$ 8230 billion (13.27% of the world GDP) India : GDP (Nominal) : US$ 1758 billion Nepal: GDP (Nominal) : US$ 40.81 billion Source: http://www.worldbank.org/
  • 9. 2. Current Scenario cont.…. China: Exports – US$ 2.021 trillion (Largest Exporter) Second largest Importer Economic Growth – 7.8 percent India: Exports – US$ 309.1 billion (19th largest exporter) 10th largest importer Economic Growth – 5.4 Percent Nepal: Exports – US$ 1 billion Imports – US$ 6.15 billion (1/3 from India, 26% from China) Economic growth – 4.5 percent Source: http://www.worldbank.org/
  • 10. 3. Data Analysis (GDP, Economic Growth) Last 4 Years GDP of Top 10 Countries
  • 11. 3. Data Analysis (GDP, Economic Growth) Last 4 Years GDP of Top 10 Countries
  • 12. 3. Data Analysis (GDP, Economic Growth) Last 4 Years GDP of Top 10 Countries
  • 13. 3. Data Analysis (GDP, Economic Growth) Last 4 Years GDP of Top 10 Countries
  • 14. 3. Data Analysis (GDP, Economic Growth) a. Forecasted GDP (Top 5 Countries) The top 5 countries will occupy the 48 % of total world GDP in 2015 A.D
  • 15. 3. Data Analysis (GDP, Economic Growth) From 2019 A.D China will become the largest producer around the world where the India will remain third until 2047 A.D
  • 16. 3. Data Analysis cont.… The forecasted data shows that Nepal will produce only 0.38 percent of world total GDP at 2050 (Max 0.40%, Min 0.29 %)
  • 17. 3. Data Analysis cont.… This shows that the top 5 countries will occupy the 48 percent of total GDP in 2015 and gradually increased up to 55 percent at 2050
  • 18. 3. Data Analysis cont.… The China and India will capture 22 percent of the portion from total GDP of the world which will gradually increase to 35 percent at 2050.
  • 19. 3. Data Analysis cont.… • Top 5 countries will have the more than half resources of the world, • Some more countries may suffer from the food shortage, • China and India will have the one third of Total GDP after 2035, • The transaction between India and China will also increase (even the percentage remain same the amount will increase)
  • 20. 4. How Nepal Can Capitalize its location ? •The yearly transaction between China and India is approximately 560 million, this transaction could be done via Nepal. •As a transit point Nepal can benefit from the service it renders. Those services includes transportation, warehousing, restaurant services, recreation services etc.
  • 21. 4. How Nepal can capitalize cont..… • Out of the total population of the world the 15.48 percent (1.10 billion) of the population are Hindu, particularly in India 1.01 billion of peoples are practicing Hindu religion. • Out of the world total population 11.64 percent (826 million approx.) are practicing Buddhist religion in general particularly in China and India 495 peoples are practicing Buddhist religion.
  • 22. 4. How Nepal can capitalize cont..… For Buddhist Attract Chinese For Hindus Attract Indians
  • 23. 4. How Nepal can capitalize cont..… • From the religious tourism Nepal can earn more than 20 percent of its total GDP in a year. (Saudi Arabia is generating 5% of its total GDP by Muslim rituals Hujj) • China is the leading renewable energy producer and spending billions of US dollars where Nepal has the adequate, appropriate locations from where the more energy can produce in lesser price.
  • 24. 4. How Nepal can capitalize cont..… • The remittance will be increase because of India and China where Nepal can send the skilled, unskilled labour (Currently, More than a 10 lakhs Nepalese peoples are working in India )
  • 25. 5. Negative impacts on Nepal • The Domestic market will dominate by foreign products • Chances of increase in terrorism (illegal activities) • Environmental destruction • Existence of Nepal will be in danger because of two giant countries power clashes • Chances of Practicing foreign culture than own culture.
  • 26. 6. Nepal GDP Projection after capitalization of its location
  • 27. 7. How Nepal can multiplier the GDP ? • If the political commitment stabilization there will be more Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) • If Nepal promote the agriculture the contribution from agricultural sector will increase significantly. (Home stay could be the good idea) • Minor Infrastructure development will be more beneficial (Sanitation, Hotels and transportation facility etc.)
  • 28. At last, every people doesn't have the equal understanding level see how the people translate every complicated theories on their word …..
  • 29. Facilitator Client
  • 30. Thank you !!!