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Hyundai cars manufactured in India are parked alongside the carrier ship Asian Sun

Call to improve infrastructure:

Shippers welcome unloading vehicles at MRMR Port

Shipping experts and vehicle importers said that to roll-on roll-off vehicles at the Magam Ruhunupura Mahinda Rajapaksa (MRMR) Port, Hambantota was a good move but infrastructure has to be developed to import and transship vehicles. They said that logistical issues such as parking facilities, fuel stations and road congestion arising due to truck carriers should be addressed for the smooth delivery of vehicles.

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CSE ready to launch transformation map

During a vibrant phase of market activity in 2010, Colombo Stock Exchange (CSE) emphasised how they had gained growth momentum. CSE also addressed the need to reassess strategy in congruence with growth expectations of the Sri Lankan economy as it embraced post-war development.

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Organisations practising energy efficient measures - Survey

Sri Lankan businesses are leading the way in transforming the country's economy with sustainable, low carbon workplaces that provide decent work for employees, revealed a survey on green jobs by the Employers’ Federation of Ceylon (EFC).

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CIC Agri businesses plans:

A 30 percent increase in agri and grain production

CIC Agri Businesses will increase its grain and dairy production by around 30 percent this year, CIC Agri Businesses Managing Director/CEO Keerthi B.Kotagama said. The company hopes to solve the issue of surplus paddy in the country by developing exportable rice varieties. It will explore the market through research and by improving the processing quality.

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Kelaniya undergrads produce low cost home automation solution

Home automation is not a new technology and there are automation solutions from reputed companies. But the cost of such imported solutions is huge and not affordable for the majority of the people. Four students Migara Aberathna, Indika Udayapriya, Surimal Dinesh and Pasan Buddhika studying in the electronics stream Science faculty of the Kelaniya University of Kelaniya,

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Singer launched Huawei Smartphones

Singer Sri Lanka launched the latest brand of Android-enabled smart devices becoming the exclusive distributor in Sri Lanka for Huawei’s range of Smartphones, MediaPads and mobiles. Coming on board as Brand Ambassador to promote the brand was TV and film actor Saranga Disasekara.

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Strikes on the decline- Verité

An analysis of strikes in the past decade, conducted by Verité Research, identifies two key trends. There is a general downward trend in the number of strikes recorded over the last decade but also a departure from this trend in the last 12 months.

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