Nepal has been struggling to maintain the status quo as a country that has had no mobile app industry for decades.

Now the government is trying to revive the industry through its Digital India initiative.

Nepal’s Digital India aims to make it easier for the country’s small businesses and entrepreneurs to access the world’s largest online store of goods and services.

But there’s a catch: It will be a little more complicated than that.

The initiative is a hybrid of several efforts, and its implementation is still in its early stages.

This article will try to break down some of the challenges and obstacles that have arisen to date.

How the Digital India scheme is being implementedThis initiative aims to help Nepali startups gain access to the world-wide market.

The scheme aims to incentivize small and medium enterprises to become online stores by offering an entry-level price point for their products and services in exchange for access to digital content.

The aim is to help small and mid-sized businesses that are in the digital age by offering the same price as they can get elsewhere.

The Digital India campaign aims to bring in more than 30,000 new startups to the Nepali market.

It is currently in its first phase, but the government hopes to have around 50,000 companies participating in the initiative by 2022.

According to a government official, the Digital Indian initiative aims at empowering small and micro businesses in Nepal to become digital retailers.

But the initiative is still at a very early stage, and the government wants to ensure that it is successful before moving on to more complex efforts to help entrepreneurs.

The official explained that this initiative aims for two things: that startups will have a minimum price for their product and services, and that the government will incentivize them to offer their products for sale online.

The government is also encouraging startups to use digital technologies to enhance their businesses.

The official said that a digital marketplace, such as Shopify, will be introduced to facilitate the purchase of products and accessories from large retailers.

Another part of the Digital Indias initiative is to provide financial incentives for small and large businesses to invest in digital content production and delivery.

According to the official, a government-owned bank will be set up to provide the loans and incentives that the startups will need to build their businesses, including the necessary digital platforms to create their own content.

Another issue is the need to regulate digital content creation.

According a government representative, there are a lot of concerns about the creation of content on social media, including whether or not content creators can take copyright laws into account.

The government hopes that it can take this into account in this initiative, but it is still too early to know if it will work.

Another challenge is how to provide tax breaks to small and small enterprises that are using digital technologies, the official said.

According the official the government has not yet made any decision about the issue, but a decision on whether or how to apply for tax breaks is expected to be announced later this year.

How it will affect the economyThe government hopes the DigitalIndia initiative will help the country regain its footing as a digital hub.

It also hopes that the initiative will encourage the growth of the small and midsize enterprises.

According the official: “The DigitalIndia will allow small and midsize businesses to get a start-up discount on their product prices.

This will also encourage new start-ups to grow.”

According to government statistics, the number of small and startup companies in Nepal has increased from 6.4 percent in 2013 to 6.6 percent in 2022.

According in 2016, there were more than 17,000 startups in the country, with a combined total of more than 11,000 employees.

In 2018, the country recorded 1,300 new small and entrepreneurial businesses, with more than 2,500 employees.