Top 10 Countries With Highest Import Of Diagnostic Kits to Nepal

Last updated on 2022-09-25
Top 10 Countries With Highest Import Of Diagnostic Kits to Nepal

A Diagnostic Kit is a kit that contains the reagents and other things needed to perform a test to identify or measure the presence of a certain Biomarker in a Patient Sample. In this article we have compiled the list of the top 10 countries from which Diagnostic Kits are imported in Nepal.

*The data is collected from the Ministry of Finance and the ranking is done according to the export value.

10. Egypt

Egypt
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Nepal and Egypt established diplomatic ties on July 16, 1957. The Nepalese Embassy in Cairo opened in 1966, and the Egyptian Embassy in Kathmandu opened in 1970. The Government of Nepal and the Government of the Arab Republic of Egypt signed a trade agreement on December 23, 1975. The Agreement enters into force on the date of receipt of the ratification instrument. A modification of the Agreement or the drafting of a new agreement has been regarded required in light of the changing situation after 1975.

  • Import Value (in Thousands) : Rs. 500
  • Import Quantity : 50 kg

9. Taiwan

Taiwan
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Taiwan has had a long and prosperous relationship with Nepal, officially known as the Republic of China. There was friendship, mutual support, understanding, and appreciation of one other's goals and sensitivities. Nepal and China have traditionally had a positive and friendly connection. High-level visits on a regular basis have contributed to the further deepening of our mutually beneficial ties. Friendship, mutual support, understanding, and respect for one another's goals and sensitivities exist.

  • Import Value (in Thousands) : Rs. 591
  • Import Quantity : 67 kg

8. Spain

Spain
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Nepal and Spain established diplomatic relations on May 13, 1968. Nepal and Spain have maintained cordial and friendly relations for a long time. They have become stronger in recent years as a result of high-level visits, mutual understanding of goals and sensitivities, collaboration in international forums, a shared stance on global issues, and a dedication to world peace and harmony. Nepal imports chemicals, synthetic, woollen, and polyester blankets, electrical products, and cooking equipment from Spain. Goatskin, incense sticks, leather goods, woollen carpets, handicrafts, clothing, and Nepalese paper and paper products are also popular exports to Spain.

  • Import Value (in Thousands) : Rs. 804
  • Import Quantity : 97 kg

7. Canada

Canada
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On January 18, 1965, Nepal and Canada established diplomatic relations, and the two countries have a long history of friendship. Trade flows between Canada and Nepal are quite minimal because the two countries have strong and long-standing bilateral connections. In 2003, Nepal and Canada signed a Memorandum of Understanding allowing Nepali products to enter Canada duty-free and quota-free. In May 2013, the Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI) and the Indo-Canadian Business Chamber (ICBC) inked an MOU with the purpose of founding the Canada-Nepal Business Executive Committee (CNBEC). Tea, coffee, and spices, as well as cheese, plants and plant parts, pastry items, dog or cat food, cereals, skins, and associated products, and fiber products, are all exported to Canada.

  • Import Value (in Thousands) : Rs. 917
  • Import Quantity : 104 kg

6. Ireland

Ireland
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On August 19, 1999, Nepal and Ireland established diplomatic ties. The Nepalese Ambassador to London has dual accreditation with Ireland, and the Irish Ambassador to India has dual accreditation with Nepal. Ireland has been assisting Nepal through the European Union. The Irish government gave humanitarian aid in the aftermath of the coronavirus outbreak.

  • Import Value (in Thousands) : Rs. 1,101
  • Import Quantity : 15 kg

5. Jordan

Jordan
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Jordan is a country in Western Asia that is formally known as the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. Jordan is a semi-arid country with a population of ten million people and an area of 89,342 km2 (34,495 sq mi), making it the eighth-most populous Arab country. The bulk of the country's population, roughly 95 percent, is Sunni Muslim, with a local Christian minority. Nepal and Jordan established their diplomatic relationship on August 20, 1965. Friendship, goodwill, and collaboration characterize the relationship between the two countries.

  • Import Value (in Thousands) : Rs. 2,897
  • Import Quantity : 275 kg

4. United States

United States
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On April 25, 1947, Nepal and the United States of America (US) established diplomatic ties. After the United Kingdom, the United States is the second country with which Nepal has established diplomatic ties. On February 3, 1958, Nepal opened an embassy in Washington, D.C. The American Embassy in Kathmandu was established on August 6, 1959. The United States, officially the United States of America is a federal republic in North America made up of 50 states. The United States is the world's most powerful economic power in terms of gross domestic product (GDP). The country's prosperity is owed in part to its enormous natural resources and massive agricultural production, but it owes even more to its highly developed economy.

  • Import Value (in Thousands) : Rs. 3,351
  • Import Quantity : 383 kg

3. Republic of Korea

Republic of Korea
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On May 15, 1974, Nepal and the Republic of Korea (RoK) established diplomatic ties. Mutual respect, friendliness, and cooperation are the foundations of the two countries' relationship. Frequent exchanges of visits at various levels have strengthened these ties. South Korea is a major foreign investor in Nepal. Many Korean investors have expressed great interest in investing in Nepal, especially in the hydropower, construction, and service sectors. Joint ventures are taking place in a variety of areas, including electronics, the hotel business, the chemical industry, medicinal products, and mineral water, to name a few.

  • Import Value (in Thousands) : Rs. 20,659
  • Import Quantity : 2,704 kg

2. China

China
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Nepal's second-largest trading partner is China. Nepal has a long and fruitful history with the People's Republic of China. Nepal and China have had a friendly and cordial connection in the past. Nepal and China have had a trading tie since ancient times. The two countries may freely trade thanks to open borders at Kodari-Nyalam, Rasuwa-Keyrong, Yari(Humla)-Purang, and Olangchung Gola-Riwu, Kimathanka Riwu, and Nechung(Mustang)- Lizi.

  • Import Value (in Thousands) : Rs. 91,919
  • Import Quantity : 17887 kg

1. India

India
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India is Nepal's most important trading partner. Nepal and India have a long history of commercial and trade ties. Bilateral trade reached approximately NRS 976.78 billion in the last eleven months of the fiscal year 2020-21, with imports from India totaling NPR 886.59 billion. In India, Indian Rupees are extensively used to pay for purchases. When Indian suppliers import items to Nepalese buyers, excise duty must be paid and included in the sale price.

  • Import Value (in Thousands) : Rs.2,11,819
  • Import Quantity : 59621 kg

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10. Egypt

Egypt
Image Source: state.gov

Nepal and Egypt established diplomatic ties on July 16, 1957. The Nepalese Embassy in Cairo opened in 1966, and the Egyptian Embassy in Kathmandu opened in 1970. The Government of Nepal and the Government of the Arab Republic of Egypt signed a trade agreement on December 23, 1975. The Agreement enters into force on the date of receipt of the ratification instrument. A modification of the Agreement or the drafting of a new agreement has been regarded required in light of the changing situation after 1975.

  • Import Value (in Thousands) : Rs. 500
  • Import Quantity : 50 kg

9. Taiwan

Taiwan
Image Source: thoughtco

Taiwan has had a long and prosperous relationship with Nepal, officially known as the Republic of China. There was friendship, mutual support, understanding, and appreciation of one other's goals and sensitivities. Nepal and China have traditionally had a positive and friendly connection. High-level visits on a regular basis have contributed to the further deepening of our mutually beneficial ties. Friendship, mutual support, understanding, and respect for one another's goals and sensitivities exist.

  • Import Value (in Thousands) : Rs. 591
  • Import Quantity : 67 kg

8. Spain

Spain
Image Source: state.gov

Nepal and Spain established diplomatic relations on May 13, 1968. Nepal and Spain have maintained cordial and friendly relations for a long time. They have become stronger in recent years as a result of high-level visits, mutual understanding of goals and sensitivities, collaboration in international forums, a shared stance on global issues, and a dedication to world peace and harmony. Nepal imports chemicals, synthetic, woollen, and polyester blankets, electrical products, and cooking equipment from Spain. Goatskin, incense sticks, leather goods, woollen carpets, handicrafts, clothing, and Nepalese paper and paper products are also popular exports to Spain.

  • Import Value (in Thousands) : Rs. 804
  • Import Quantity : 97 kg

7. Canada

Canada
Image Source: kingstoneworldimmigration

On January 18, 1965, Nepal and Canada established diplomatic relations, and the two countries have a long history of friendship. Trade flows between Canada and Nepal are quite minimal because the two countries have strong and long-standing bilateral connections. In 2003, Nepal and Canada signed a Memorandum of Understanding allowing Nepali products to enter Canada duty-free and quota-free. In May 2013, the Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI) and the Indo-Canadian Business Chamber (ICBC) inked an MOU with the purpose of founding the Canada-Nepal Business Executive Committee (CNBEC). Tea, coffee, and spices, as well as cheese, plants and plant parts, pastry items, dog or cat food, cereals, skins, and associated products, and fiber products, are all exported to Canada.

  • Import Value (in Thousands) : Rs. 917
  • Import Quantity : 104 kg

6. Ireland

Ireland
Image Source: state.gov

On August 19, 1999, Nepal and Ireland established diplomatic ties. The Nepalese Ambassador to London has dual accreditation with Ireland, and the Irish Ambassador to India has dual accreditation with Nepal. Ireland has been assisting Nepal through the European Union. The Irish government gave humanitarian aid in the aftermath of the coronavirus outbreak.

  • Import Value (in Thousands) : Rs. 1,101
  • Import Quantity : 15 kg

5. Jordan

Jordan
Image Source: static.euronews

Jordan is a country in Western Asia that is formally known as the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. Jordan is a semi-arid country with a population of ten million people and an area of 89,342 km2 (34,495 sq mi), making it the eighth-most populous Arab country. The bulk of the country's population, roughly 95 percent, is Sunni Muslim, with a local Christian minority. Nepal and Jordan established their diplomatic relationship on August 20, 1965. Friendship, goodwill, and collaboration characterize the relationship between the two countries.

  • Import Value (in Thousands) : Rs. 2,897
  • Import Quantity : 275 kg

4. United States

United States
Image Source: wizaonline.pl

On April 25, 1947, Nepal and the United States of America (US) established diplomatic ties. After the United Kingdom, the United States is the second country with which Nepal has established diplomatic ties. On February 3, 1958, Nepal opened an embassy in Washington, D.C. The American Embassy in Kathmandu was established on August 6, 1959. The United States, officially the United States of America is a federal republic in North America made up of 50 states. The United States is the world's most powerful economic power in terms of gross domestic product (GDP). The country's prosperity is owed in part to its enormous natural resources and massive agricultural production, but it owes even more to its highly developed economy.

  • Import Value (in Thousands) : Rs. 3,351
  • Import Quantity : 383 kg

3. Republic of Korea

Republic of Korea
Image Source: korea.stripes

On May 15, 1974, Nepal and the Republic of Korea (RoK) established diplomatic ties. Mutual respect, friendliness, and cooperation are the foundations of the two countries' relationship. Frequent exchanges of visits at various levels have strengthened these ties. South Korea is a major foreign investor in Nepal. Many Korean investors have expressed great interest in investing in Nepal, especially in the hydropower, construction, and service sectors. Joint ventures are taking place in a variety of areas, including electronics, the hotel business, the chemical industry, medicinal products, and mineral water, to name a few.

  • Import Value (in Thousands) : Rs. 20,659
  • Import Quantity : 2,704 kg

2. China

China
Image Source: expatholidays

Nepal's second-largest trading partner is China. Nepal has a long and fruitful history with the People's Republic of China. Nepal and China have had a friendly and cordial connection in the past. Nepal and China have had a trading tie since ancient times. The two countries may freely trade thanks to open borders at Kodari-Nyalam, Rasuwa-Keyrong, Yari(Humla)-Purang, and Olangchung Gola-Riwu, Kimathanka Riwu, and Nechung(Mustang)- Lizi.

  • Import Value (in Thousands) : Rs. 91,919
  • Import Quantity : 17887 kg

1. India

India
Image Source: fabhotels

India is Nepal's most important trading partner. Nepal and India have a long history of commercial and trade ties. Bilateral trade reached approximately NRS 976.78 billion in the last eleven months of the fiscal year 2020-21, with imports from India totaling NPR 886.59 billion. In India, Indian Rupees are extensively used to pay for purchases. When Indian suppliers import items to Nepalese buyers, excise duty must be paid and included in the sale price.

  • Import Value (in Thousands) : Rs.2,11,819
  • Import Quantity : 59621 kg