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SPC won't be privatised - Minister

Minister of Health and Nutrition Nimal Siripala de Silva has assured that the State Pharmaceuticals Corporation (SPC) would not be privatised and in fact it was a good example to show that the state sector could compete with the private sector when using good management strategies.

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Govt finding a lasting solution to the national problem - P.M.

The government is in the process of finding a final solution to the country's major problem and the APRC which was set up for the purpose is functioning well to reach the expected targets, said Prime Minister Ratnasiri Wickremenayaka in an interview with the Sunday Observer yesterday.

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