Innovation in Nepal: Lessons on economic freedom from a farmer-entrepreneur

In Opinion by Michael Rae

Agriculture is a way of life for the people of Sugauli Birta, a small village in Nepal. But while farmers invest much of their time and energy in their crops, they often spend long hours traveling across the region to have their grain and rice ground by regional mills. Continue Reading…
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