EEC- Nepal (News & Events)
EEC-Nepal holds Fourth AGM

European Economic Chamber (EEC) - Nepal held its 4th Annual General Meeting under the theme "to develoop trade, commerce and industry is to develop nation" on 22 May 2009 at Shangri-La Hotel in Kathmandu... more
EEC-Nepal is implementing European Union project entitled "European-Asian Integration in Sustainable Tourism Management (Asian-Tour)" under Asia Invest program of the European Commission... more
Project entitled “Enhancing the capacity of Intermediary Business Organizations in Nepal” (ECIBON) awarded under Asia Invest – Alliance from the European Union to make Nepalese Intermediary Business Organizations... more
The European Economic Community (EEC) was established in 1957 by six European countries - Belgium, France, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and the then West Germany to facilitate trade among themselves by eliminating the existing trade barriers.
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Nepal Chamber of Commerce
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Nepal Tourism Board
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Trade and Export Promotion Centre
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Hotel Association Nepal
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