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The Tourism Authority will look into more aggressive promotions and marketing of destinations.

Tourism Development Authority, a shot in the arm for industry

The Tourism Development Authority set up under the new Tourism Act which will come into force from tomorrow will infuse new blood to the industry with a vibrant public private partnership.

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Tax complexity will encourage evasive culture

The 85 percent input claim restriction enforced on business organisations to deduct the input VAT expenditure from the output VAT tax has a negative impact on prices of consumer items which results in staggering inflation, said Partner Gajma and Co. Chartered Accountants N.R. Gajendran.

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COL, infrastructure development, top priority in 2008 Budget - Siyambalapitiya

The Government has identified the cost-of-living and infrastructure development as key challenges and will give top priority to ease the burden of people and expedite work on development projects, said Deputy Finance Minister Ranjith Siyambalapitiya.

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