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Sunday, 3 May 2015


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The conducive environment and consistent policy framework has paved the way for the economy to thrive. Sri Lanka’s economy grew by 7.4 percent with the agriculture, industry and service sectors recording growth of 0.3 percent, 11.4 percent and 6.5 percent according to the Central Bank Report 2014.In keeping with the pro-business policies of the present government, the business sector has shown tremendous growth potential and the overall living standard has also improved. Reflecting this Senok Automobile Private Limited introduced the Audi A6 to the local market taking the motor industry to the next level. Cutting-edge technology and innovation has been the driving force in Audi motor cars from its beginnings in 1899. Picture by Vipula Amarasinghe

Dr. Harsha de Silva on CEPA:

‘Exports vital to achieve double digit growth’

“Sri Lanka will not go ahead with the Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA) with India if it is of no help to the country”, Economic Affairs Deputy Minister, Dr. Harsha de Silva said, he was addressing a public debate on CEPA and its implications on Sri Lanka.

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‘Lanka’s economy can withstand adversity’ - Ravi K

Sri Lanka went through a period of political uncertainty, with civil strife and political instability in the recent past. The resilience of the Sri Lankan economy to withstand adversities has been proved, beyond doubt, over the years.

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‘Be forthright in making decisions’

When you see a successful person, you do not see what has taken place behind the scenes. All of them have made mistakes on their way up, but have moved on. They have struggled through failure and bad decisions, before finding a solution, Deputy Minister of Policy Planning and Economic Development, Dr Harsha de Silva told,

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Filip for SL- Canada relations

Sri Lanka-Canada relations received a fresh boost last week with High Canadian Commissioner Shelley Whiting lthat Canada will strengthen development assistance program to Sri Lanka with more investments in the pipeline.

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