Conclusions and Recommendations
In conclusion, it is not recommended that this product be exported to Nepal, as the overall cost would outweigh the benefits. Although this product shows benefit for aiding agricultural yields to combat food insecurity in Nepal, the customer would have to pay almost $1,000 Canadian (CAD) as an additional cost to simply ship the product which in retail value would only be around $60 CAD for the product itself. The insecticide would be highly beneficial to increasing crop yields and regulating pests however it is unlikely that a struggling farmer would have the means to be able to afford the product unless it was funded by the government. On the other hand, if the ban were to be lifted in Canada, this could result in research and development opportunities not only for international export products but also for Canadian agriculture. Research would need to be done to investigate more cost efficient ways to sell and transport the product in order to be beneficial to both countries.