As the Chief Guest of the program, Executive Director suggested exporters to have strategies to gain the SDG 2030 goal.

नीति तथा कार्यक्रम र आ.व.२०८१।०८२ को वार्षिक कार्यक्रम कार्यान्वयन कार्ययोजना तयारी बैठकमा

TEPC started 5 Days Training Program on "Potential International Market Access"

17th Nepal-China' (Tibet) Economic & Trade Fair. Speaking on the inauguration day by TEPC's ED, Mr. Sarad Bickram Rana

Introductory Meeting with US Embassy Kathmandu new economic representative team

About Nepal Trade Information Portal


The Nepal Trade Information Portal is a one-stop window for information on import into, export from, and transit through Nepal. The trade portal is hosted by the Trade and Export Promotion Centre under the Ministry of Industry, Commerce, and Supplies on behalf of all government agencies. The portal trade provides an accessible, logical, helpful window for traders to access important regulatory and procedural information needed to import and export.

The information portal aims to improve the transparency of the country’s trading laws and processes. This initiative is expected to promote domestic industries and boost exports as mentioned per the Trade Policy 2015. Furthermore, the portal also complies with Article 1 of the Trade Facilitation Agreement with the World Trade Organization.

The following section provides a brief introduction about the government agencies and independent entities that are indirectly or directly involved with foreign trade. If you are interested to get more information about the government agencies you can view each agency's own website by following the links and contacts below.


The following agencies are represented on this website. 

Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Supplies

The MoICS is the authority responsible to formulate and execute policies and programme related to industrial development, foreign trade and managing supplies. The industry is also responsible for formulating and implementing the foreign trade policy and responsibilities relating to multilateral and bilateral commercial relations, state trading, export promotion measures, and development and regulation of certain export-oriented industries and commodities.



Singha Durbar,  Kathmandu, Nepal.

Telephone: +977-1-4211546

Fax: +977-1-4211167

Email: info@moc.gov.np; info@moics.gov.np

Website: www.moics.gov.np


Ministry of Agricultural and Livestock Development

The Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock Development is the central apex body of Government of Nepal to look after the agriculture and allied fields. The Ministry consists of five divisions, two centers, one research and development fund, two departments, five projects and autonomous body of one research council, one corporation, one development boards, two companies & few development committees.



Singhadurbar, Kathmandu, Nepal

Telephone phone:+977-1-4211706,4211950,4211981. 


Email: info@mold.gov.np 

Website: www.moald.gov.np


Ministry of Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation

The Ministry of Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation is responsible for the utilization and management of energy. The main objective of the ministry is to manage the production of energy for the expansion of industrial and economic activities. 



Singh Durbar, Kathmandu, Nepal

Telephone. : 977-1-4211516

Fax: 977-1-4211510

E-mail: info@moen.gov.n

Website: www.moen.gov.np


Ministry of Physical Infrastructure and Transport

Ministry of Physical Infrastructure and Transport was established in 2000. The main aim of the organization was to bring important infrastructural development under the umbrella of a single ministry and to harmonize the policies and bring efficiencies and effectiveness in the provision of infrastructural services.



Singhadurbar, Kathmandu, Nepal

Telephone:  977-1-4211782, 4211931, 4211732, 4211655

Fax:  977-1-4211720

Email: info@mopit.gov.np

Website: www.mopit.gov.np



Ministry of Home Affairs

The Ministry of Home Affairs is mainly responsible for delivering critical services to the citizens and maintain security in the nation. These functions are carried out by various offices in the region, districts, and departments. 



Singh Durbar, Kathmandu, Nepal

Telephone: 4211208, 4211214

Toll-Free Number: 1112

Fax No. : 4211257, 4211286

Email: gunaso@moha.gov.np

Website: www.moha.gov.np


Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB)

The Central Bank of Nepal was established in 1956 under the Nepal Rastra Bank Act, 1955, to discharge the central banking responsibilities including guiding the development of the embryonic domestic financial sector. Since inception, there has been significant growth in both the number and the activities of the domestic financial institutions.



Baluwatar, Kathmandu, Nepal 

P. O. Box 73

Telephones: + 977-1 -4410158, 4410201, 4411250, 4419804, 4419805, 4419807

Fax: +977-1-4410159

Email: info@nrb.org.np

Website: nrb.org.np


Ministry of Finance

The Ministry of Finance is the central authority of the Government of Nepal charged with the responsibilities for maintaining both micro and macroeconomic stability in the country. Moreover, the key role of the Ministry lies with the more rational allocation of resources; better management of public expenditure; enhanced mobilization of both internal and external resources; greater performance in public investments and strengthening of public enterprises productive capacity; open and simple foreign exchange policies and regulation, and prudent fiscal and monetary policies.



Singh Durbar, Kathmandu, Nepal

Telephone:  +977-1-4211300


Email: moev@mof.gov.np

Website: www.mof.gov.np


Ministry of Communication and Information Technology

The Ministry of Communication and Information Technology (MoCIT)  operated with an objective to develop and expand the communication and information  technology sector up to the rural level in the form of infrastructure for social and economic development through widespread participation of the private sector as well with an emphasis on the dissemination of information and communication technology.


Singh Durbar, Kathmandu, Nepal

Telephone:  +977-1-4211556

Fax: +977-1-4211729

Email: info@mocit.gov.np

Website: www.mocit.gov.np


Ministry of Health 

The Ministry of Health plays a leading role in improving the health of the people including mental, physical and social well being, for overall national development with the increased participation of the private sector and non-government institutions in the implementation of programmes. 



Ram Shah Path, Kathmandu, Nepal

Telephone: +977-1-4262543, 4262802, 4262696, 4267376

Email: info@mohp.gov.np

Website: www.mohp.gov.np


Department of Forest and Soil Conservation

The Ministry of Forests and Soil Conservation (MFSC), its departments and para-statal are the main policy-making bodies for forests and wildlife management. The Ministry executes its mandate through five divisions: Planning, Foreign Aid Coordination, Monitoring and Evaluation, Administration and Environment.



Singhadurbar, Kathmandu, Nepal

Telephone : +977-1-4211567

Fax: +977-1-4211868

Email: info@dof.gov.np

Website: www.dofsc.gov.np/


Ministry of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs

The Ministry of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs deals with the management of the legal affairs, legislative activities, handles affairs relating to the Parliament of Nepal and administration of justice in Nepal. 



Singhadurbar, Kathmandu,Nepal 

Telephone: +977-1-4211987, 4211786, 4211702, 4243025, 4211872, 4211633, 

Fax. +977-1-4211684 

Email : infolaw@moljpa.gov.np

Website: www.moljpa.gov.np


Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation

Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation (1978) is the governmental body for promoting tourism and encouraging private sector for their involvement and participation in the tourism sector of Nepal.



Singha Durbar, Kathmandu, Nepal

Phone: 977-1-4211669, 4211846, 4211847, 4211711, 4211685, 4211825, 4211909

Fax: 977-1-4211758, 977-1-4211992

Email: info@tourism.gov.np, tourismnp@gmail.com

Website: tourism.gov.np


Department of Customs

Nepalese Customs Administration collects Customs duty, Value Added Tax, Excise, and other taxes at the border points. Customs Administration is at the forefront in terms of internal revenue mobilization. The Department’s efforts are directed towards making our administration more adept, service-oriented, and transparent. The Department has been making timely improvements in its role according to changes brought about in the international trade, technological development, national needs, open and liberal economy as well as to fulfill its important responsibility of improving government finances through internal resource mobilization for economic development.



Tripureshwor, Kathmandu

Telephone :+977- 1-4259861

Fax: +977-1-4259808

E-mail: csd@customs.gov.np

Website: www.customs.gov.np


Department of Cottage and Small Industries

The Department of Cottage and Small Industries (DCSI)  role is to promote and foster various kinds of the cottage and small industries enhancing their industrial productivity increment along with making a congenial environment for industrial investment in accordance with policy execution for contributing national economy. 



Tripureswor, Kathmandu

Telephone Phone: 4259842, 4259846, 4259855, 4259875

Fax: 4259747

Post Box No.: 10701

Email: info@dcsi.gov.np; info@doind.gov.np

Website: www.dsci.gov.np



Nepal Bureau of Standards and Metrology

Nepal Bureau of Standards & Metrology (NBSM) is the National Standards Body as well as the National Metrology Institute of Nepal. 



Balaju, Kathmandu, Nepal. 

Telephone: +977-1-4350818, 4350445, 4361141. 

Fax. +977-1-4350689. 

Email: info@nbsm.gov.np; nbsm@nbsm.gov.np

Website: www.nbsm.gov.np


Department of Mines and Geology

The Department of Mines and Geology (DMG) is the only government organization that deals with systematic geoscientific studies, investigation of mineral resources and their development activities in the country. 



Lainchaur, Kathmandu

Telephone: +977-1-4414740

Email:info@dmgnepal.gov.np; info@ngs.org.np.

Website: www.dmgnepal.gov.np


Department of Agriculture

The Department of Agriculture bears overall responsibility for the agricultural growth and development of the agriculture sector. 



Hariharbhawan, Lalitpur, Nepal



Email: info@doanepal.gov.np; doa.agri2014@gmail.com 

Website: www.doanepal.gov.np


Department of Food Technology and Quality Control

Department of Food Technology and Quality Control (DFTQC) is one of the four departments under the Ministry of Agricultural Development (MOAD) of Government of Nepal (GON). It was established in 1961 as Department of Food and is located in the location of Barbarmahal, Kathmandu. 



Babarmahal, Kathmandu, Nepal.

Telephone: +977- 1- 4262369, 4262741

Fax: +977-1-4262337

Notice Board Number : 1618014262369

Email:  info@dftqc.gov.np, suchana.dftqc@gmail.com

Website: www.dftqc.gov.np



Department of Printing

The Department of Printing’s mandate is to publish Nepal Gazette, Nepal Magazine, calendars, diary, etc for the Government of Nepal. The department has been publishing the government’s security printing materials that include Nepalese Citizenship Certificate, annual budgets, and Redbook, ordinance, budget speech, project-related annual programmes, etc. In addition, the Department also publishes letter pads, forms, posters, books and other documents for ministries. 

Singha Durbar
Kathmandu, Nepal
Phone No.: +977-1-4211622, 4211820, 4211695,  4211749, 4200211
Fax No: +977-1-4211764
Email: info@dop.gov.np
Web: www.dop.gov.np

National Plant Quarantine Programme

Nepal Plant Quarantine Program is responsible for trade facilitation through phytosanitary risk management in the trans-border trade of agro-forest products and other related commodities. NPQP is the only government institution authorized for regulating plant quarantine related activities under the Department of Agriculture. 



Harihar Bhawan, Lalitpur, Nepal

Telephone: +977-1-5524352, 5553798

Fax: +977-1-5553798

Email: info@npponepal.gov.np

Website: www.npponepal.gov.np



Department of Archaeology

The Department of Archaeology was established in 1953 A.D. to undertake archaeological research and to protect the cultural heritage of the country. Protection and maintenance of archaeological sites, ancient monuments including remains of national importance, museum, and archive management are the main concern of the Department of archaeology. 



Ram Shah Path, Kathmandu, Nepal

Phone : +977-1-4250683 

Fax: 00977-1-4262856

Email: info@doa.gov.np

Website: www.doa.gov.np


The Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry 

The Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI) is the nationally and internationally recognized umbrella organization of business in Nepal. Organized as a representative body of business organizations in the country, it represents the interests of the private sector and is involved in the promotion of socio-economic development of Nepal through private sector-led economic growth.



Pachali Shahid Shukra FNCCI Milan Marg, Teku P.O. Box 269, Kathmandu, Nepal 

Telephone: +977-1-4262061 / 4262218 / 4266889 

Fax: + 977-1-4261022 / 4262007

E-mail: fncci@mos.com.np 

Website: www.fncci.org


Nepal Chamber of Commerce

Nepal chamber of commerce (NCC), established in 1952 is the first Chamber of Commerce in Nepal. The first National Conference on industry and commerce was organized by NCC in 1955. The Chamber has been playing a crucial role in the field of trade enhancement and promotion activities. 



Kantipath, Kathmandu, Nepal

Telephone: +977-1-4230947, 4230947


Email: info@ncc.org.np

Website: www.nepalchamber.org


Confederation of Nepalese Industries

The Confederation of Nepalese Industries’s origin was based on the widespread belief that the industrial community of Nepal urgently needed an effective representative body that would serve as a true platform to address many issues plaguing the Nepalese industries today. There was a need for a modern professional body with well-trained and experienced professional staff that would be fully supported by the latest technological advancements.  In addition, it had to be well connected with suitable regional and global organizations such as the World Economic Forum and the Confederation of Indian Industries (CII). This body would thus be capable of not only providing useful policy inputs to the government but also ensuring the implementation of the same.



Trade Tower, 5th Floor

Thapathali, Kathmandu

Post Box: 21056

Phone: +977-1-5111122, 5111123

Fax: +977-1-5111125

Email: cni@cnind.org

Website: www.cnind.org


Federation of Handicraft Associations Of Nepal

Federation of Handicraft Associations of Nepal was established in 1972 to enhance and promote handicraft trade and industry. It is registered under Institution Registration Act of Nepal. 



Upama Marg -11, Thapathali

Kathmandu, Nepal

GPO Box No.: 784

Telephone. +977-1-4244231, 4245467, 4245467

Fax : +977-1-4222940

Email: fhan1972@gmail.com 

Website: fhan.org.np

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