The banks in Nepal are not only the major players in the global banking system, but they are also among the most important players in global financial markets.

Their control of the system, and the sheer power they wield over the world, are a critical element of the global economy.

But for the Nepali government, they are the enemy. 

The central bank has recently been looking to reduce the number of banks and consolidate their control over the system.

But with banks struggling to get funding and with the global financial system in crisis, the central bank may have underestimated the capabilities of banks that are struggling to meet the challenges.

In order to consolidate its control over banks and prevent a financial system collapse, the government has been targeting the banking sector for its weaknesses.

In the last five years, the Nepalese government has cut the number and size of banks by almost 40%.

In addition, the number, size and quality of the banks are being reviewed, and banks are required to be inspected by the central government.

These steps have been undertaken in an attempt to make banks more efficient, reduce their risks and improve the quality of their products. 

However, the efforts have not been without their critics.

They are also facing increasing pressure from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the World Bank and the World Trade Organization (WTO) in a process that is expected to lead to the loss of billions of dollars in the next few years.

In addition to the global economic turmoil, the pressure is also being applied to the banking system by the Kathmandus and the international community.

The Nepali finance minister, Ramesh Singh, recently said that he had received a lot of complaints about the quality and efficiency of the banking industry and about the financial sector.

The IMF and the WTO have also voiced their concerns about the government’s actions, with the IMF noting that the central banks efforts are not effective.

The Kathmanduses response is based on the assumption that banks are better equipped to manage their own capital, and that they will do better in managing their capital in the future.

This is not necessarily the case.

The Kathmandunese banking sector has a history of poor capital management, with over $50 billion of deposits, which the country has never seen before.

In 2017, the bank reported that it had only $10 billion of capital left to issue.

As a result, banks are having to rely on the government to make them repay their loans.

The central bank is trying to make the banking and financial system more efficient by increasing the capital requirements of the central and state banks.

The aim is to reduce their dependence on foreign capital markets, and this will be achieved by increasing capital requirements for the central banking system and state-owned banks.

In a statement, the Finance Ministry stated that it would be creating a new financial sector to manage its capital and that this would be financed by increasing interest rates on government bonds and the central-state banking system. 

What is the impact of the reforms?

The government is currently working to implement the reforms, which are expected to save billions of Nepali dollars.

The first step will be the creation of a new central bank.

The new bank will be created to manage the assets of banks, and to issue sovereign debt, a move that is not new.

The newly created bank will also issue the debt of state-run enterprises and private enterprises, with interest rates of 2.5 percent per year, as well as the bonds of companies that are in private ownership, to meet their capital requirements.

The government has also proposed increasing the minimum and maximum rates of interest on bank bonds to 3.5 and 5 percent, respectively.

However, these changes have not yet been approved by the Nepaliland National Congress (NNC).

The Nepaleses government is hoping to have the new bank up and running by the end of the year, but that will depend on the success of the reform process.

The NNC will have to support the bank in meeting its capital requirements, as it is dependent on the central currency.

As of now, the proposed new bank is not subject to the new capital requirements and will continue to operate with the same capital requirements as it has in the past. 

How will the reforms affect banks and the economy?

The Nepalians government is trying its best to increase the amount of capital available for banks, which is an important aspect of managing capital.

However the government needs to make sure that the amount that banks have access to is sufficient, and will require more capital to be issued to banks.

As the government is struggling to increase banks capital, it is also struggling to reduce interest rates, which have also been a significant concern for banks. 

Why is the central Bank doing this?

The central government has already increased interest rates by 5 percent for the first six months of 2017.

This was due to the large amount of new money coming into the banking market and the low cost of borrowing.

The increasing interest rate