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Sunday, 18 January 2015


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The tourism industry has been a key beneficiary of the peace dividend with the number of visitors increasing each year. Sri Lanka Tourism recorded around 1.3 million visitors last year and is anticipating around 1.5 travellers this year. Here tourists stop to refresh themselves with thambili (king coconuts) at the Galle Fort. Pic: Mahinda Vithanachchi

Smooth power transition will boost investor confidene - Fitch

The quick and smooth transition of power in Sri Lanka indicates a basic level of political stability, which could bolster foreign investor confidence, the global rating agency, Fitch Ratings said last week.

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'New Govt should strengthen Indo–Lanka ties'

With the election of President Maithripala Sirisena on January 9 and the decision by the newly appointed External Affairs Minister Mangala Samaraweera to undertake his first official overseas visit to New Delhi, there are indications that Indo-Lanka relations are eventually heading in the right direction,

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Supplementary Budget to reduce prices

Consumers hailed the decision of the new government to slash the prices of ten essential items to reduce the cost of living which had sky-rocketed beyond the means of low-income earners who account for a majority of the population.

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