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Sunday, 15 March 2015


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Government Gazette
Industry and Commerce Minister Rishad Bathiudeen opened Textech Expo 2015, an international exhibition on textile technology and related services for the textile and garment sector at the SLECC on Thursday. Here the Minister at a stall with Group CEO, CEMS, Global USA and Asia Pacific,
S.S. Sarwar and Country Director, CEMS Lanka (Pvt) Ltd, Ejaz Sarwar. The exhibition which concluded yesterday was organised by CEMS Global. Pic: Vipula Amerasinghe

'Ad-hoc tax systems will hit exporters adversely'

A set of effective policies and maintaining a conducive environment for the private sector to continue the growth momentum was vital. The Government should not engage in business and needs to take measures to create a level playing field among the business community to encourage better returns,

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Tourism industry lost a golden opportunity

Sri Lanka Tourism under the former regime was a ‘one-man show’ that paved the way to a half-baked administrative structure, lack of transparency in data and stagnation in the number of employees that stifled growth of the industry.

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Relief soon for F&G depositors

After a lapse of two years from the date of dissolving of the former Trust office, the Supreme Court finalised the constitution of the new Board of Directors for the two companies of Finance and Guarantee, F & G Real Estate Company Ltd (RECL) and Property Development Limited (PDL),

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Textech expo, a boost for apparel sector

The Textech International Expo, which was held for the sixth consecutive year in Sri Lanka will boost the apparel sector. "The challenging international market place needs the comparative advantage of strong brand identity to win buyers globally.

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Port City project: Implications on environment should be studied

The business community said that the government should leave no stone unturned in carrying out a comprehensive study on the implications of the Port City project on the environment. They said that the safety of the environment and the protection of livelihood should not be compromised for short-term economic benefits.

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Belluna to invest US$ 100 m in Lanka

Asia Capital PLC has entered into a partnership with Belluna Co. Ltd of Japan to make several strategic investments in Sri Lanka’s booming leisure and property sectors. The agreement in this regard was signed by President, Belluna Co., Kiyoshi Yasuno and Group Chief Executive Officer,

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Warm welcome for Indian PM at Taj Samudra

Prime Minister of India Shri Narendra Modi received a warm welcome when he arrived at the Taj Samudra where he stayed during his visit to Sri Lanka. Area Director and General Manager, Taj Samudra Colombo, Rohit Khosla personally welcomed the Prime Minister and his delegation on arrival.

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Recent developments disappointing - Tata Housing

Tata Housing expressed disappointment on press reports that have appeared over the past two weeks quoting some Government authorities regarding the Government’s decision to review the project based on allegations that are not factual.

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