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Kathmandu, Feb. 11 -- It might seem strange that a graduate degree holder in IT operates a thriving handicrafts import-export business, but that's exactly what Rabi Malla does. Malla holds an undergraduate degree from City University of New York, and a Masters from Touro College, Graduate School of Technology, both in IT. He first returned to Nepal in 2005, after his undergraduate degree, and registered a company named Kolpa Traders for the import and export of wooden handicrafts. He left for his Masters and then returned again 2014 with his family and restarted the business, focussing now on the local level. Since, its re-establishment, Kolpa Nepal has been promoting handmade goods that are produced by Nepalis living across various rural...
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