1. Lack of capital
For the establishment of medium and large scale industries huge amount of capital is required which is very difficult to be formed in the context of Nepal. So, lack of capital is the problem of medium and large scale industries.
2. Lack of infrastructure
Infrastructures such as transportation, communication and electricity are the most essential elements for a industry to be operated. In our country all there mentioned infrastructure are not available in adequate number or are not sufficient.
3. Lack of skilled–manpower
Generally, medium and large scale industries need skilled manpower for handling the delicate task but there is a situation of Brain Drain in our country. So, there is scarcity of skilled manpower.
4. Lack of competitiveness
Most of the Nepalese industrial products are of low quality. Such low quality products pose a formulate difficulty to complete in both domestic and international market. Car telling is the major problem of Nepalese market.
5. Limited Market
The domestic market for Nepalese industrial products is very limited due to low purchasing power of the people. There is lack of transport and communication facilities to sell the commodity throughout the country.
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