National Trading Limited

National Trading Limited is the parent company that monitors all aspects of trading in Nepal.[1][2][3] It is part of the Ministry of Commerce, which is part of the Nepalese Government (GoN).[4] The National Trading Limited Board of Directors has five members, and is responsible for formulating short and long-term policies on NTL’s periodical plans, programmers and policies. The Chairman and the General Manager are responsible for the appropriate execution of the plans, programmers and policies formulated and decided by the Board. The chairman and the board member are all appointees of GoN.).[5]

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  3. "Declining sugar price, a bad taste for NTL". Kantipur (daily). Retrieved 2013-12-13.
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  5. "National Trading Limited-Introduction". Retrieved 2014-11-18.

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