The radio-based communications network in Nepal is quite a bit bigger than the TV networks. It is a simple fact that more people have access to radios in this country, which means the industry has a greater level of usefulness to the general public. Battery-powered radios can be found in even the furthest reaches of the country and as a result, a large number of transmitter towers dot the ...
Trade with other countries is an important aspect of Nepal's economy. Nepal's main export items are carpets, clothing, grain, herbal treatments and oils, pashmina and jute goods. The value of exports from Nepal as of 2005 were $822 million f.o.b. (this amount excludes border trade with India that has not been recorded). Due to several factors Nepal's exports have only increased marginally.