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Wai Wai noodles to expand its market in middle east | Nepali Economy
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Wai Wai noodles to expand its market in middle east

Chaudhary Group is expanding its flagship noodles brand Wai-Wai to middle east.

During the meeting with ambassador of Saudi Arabia H Al Harthi at the group’s office here today, president of Chaudhary Group Binod Chaudhary informed that the group is creating a favourable environment for easy availability of the famous noodles brand ‘Wai Wai’ in various mid-East countries including Saudi Arabia.

Chaudhary also brifed the envoy on goals of CG Nepal Social Business.

CG wants as many as Nepali youths to involve in various business, Chaudhary said, adding that the concept of social business in Nepal is a part of the CG Nepal Social Business. “We have been effectively operating CG Nepal Social Business to improve the life standards of Nepalis.”

Chaudhary also pledged investors from Saudi Arabia to invest in Nepal.

Appreciating the efforts of Chaudhary for creating job opportunities through micro-business, an initiative of CG Nepal Social Business, the ambassador also assured that he would encourage investors from his country to invest in Nepal.

Speaking, on the occasion, managing director of Chaudhary Group Nirvana Chaudhary said that the group has been implementing various business projects with a focus on corporate social responsibility.

General Manager of financial sector of the group Ashish Sharma said Saudi Arabia has been one of the largest contributors of remittance in Nepal.

Saudi Arabia has been contributing 11 per cent to the total remittance inflow to Nepal, said manager of Economic and Cultural Department of the Embassy Shahir Al Khaniny, on the occasion.