Nepal Budget 23-24

Budget at a Glance

Nepal Budget 2023-24

CA Gaurav Agrawal
Nepal Budget 23-24

The government has presented an annual budget of Rs 1.751 trillion for the fiscal year 2023/24. Of the total budget, Rs 1.141 trillion (65.20 percent) is recurrent expenditure and Rs 302 billion (17.25 percent) has been allocated for the capital expenditure. Similarly, Rs 307 billion has been allocated for financial management. Presenting the budget at a joint session of the federal parliament on Monday, Finance Minister Prakash Sharan Mahat said that the new budget has prioritized achieving higher economic growth and dynamic,  broad-based, sustainable, and inclusive economy ensuring a guarantee of security and justice. 


In light of the existing economic challenges, the government has formulated the budget for the fiscal year 2023/24 under the theme "the second phase of economic reform and structural change of the economy." Finance Minister Mahat acknowledged the economic downturn and emphasized the importance of implementing measures to stimulate growth. Last year, Nepal's economic growth rate was estimated to be 5.8 percent. However, due to the current economic challenges, this year's growth rate is expected to be only 2.16 percent, which is a significant decline. 

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