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Why you shouldn’t go to Nepal: Nepal’s economy is dying

In 2015, the world watched as Nepal’s GDP collapsed and the economy contracted for the first time in decades.

Now, as Nepal struggles to recover from the pandemic, many people say they want to stay in the country and not leave.

The country’s economy has been suffering since 2016 and it’s still suffering from the impact of the pandemics.

A report released by the IMF said that many Nepalis are living in poverty and have little hope of making ends meet.

Nepal’s economic downturn has had a significant impact on its tourism sector, which is already struggling to keep up with demand and a high number of people are staying put, making it difficult for Nepal to meet the needs of the country’s burgeoning population.

Kathmandu is Nepal’s capital and the capital of the Himalayan nation.