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Sunday, 28 June 2015


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Realistic gaming: Singer Sri Lanka introduced the PlayStation®4 (PS4), the successor to the PS3, to the market recently. Singer organised a gaming competition for guests and PlayStation enthusiasts at its Mega showroom in Mount Lavinia to mark the launch. Five gaming booths showcasing the console enabled PlayStation fans to experience the power of the platform. The PlayStation brings to players quality technology, graphics and visually realistic gaming experiences. Pic: Vipula Amarasinghe

Vehicle Importers Association warns:

Indiscriminate import of vehicles harming economy

India produces vehicles in keeping with the needs of the country and the purchasing power of consumers. The indiscriminate import of Indian vehicles and sub-standard commodities affects the economy and environment, Chairman, Vehicle Importers Association of Sri Lanka (VIASL), Mahinda Sarathchandra told Sunday Observer Business.

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Sustaining agriculture, an uphill task

Sri Lanka’s agricultural sector is in dire straits due to the lack of new technology and innovation to spearhead growth and attract the younger generation to the sector, University dons told a workshop on ‘Commercialisation of Innovation in Agriculture’ organised by the National Chamber of Commerce of Sri Lanka last week.

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New rice brand for the health-conscious

Grains ‘n’ Green (Pvt) Ltd, a company headed by businessman Roshan Perera has ventured into agriculture with an investment of Rs. 150 million. The company has introduced a new brand of rice Akshata, which caters to fast-growing health-conscious consumers who wish to change their eating habits.

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Call for wage hike in estate sector:

Plantation companies propose productivity-based increase

Regional Plantation Companies (RPCs) which shot down the claim for higher wages for workers by Trade Unions (TUs) have proposed a productivity-based wage increase to boost output per worker and enhance export volume.

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SEC will come down hard on non-compliance - Chairman

The capital market is considered a vital conduit for long-term fund mobilisation and a key driver of economic growth. As the capital market regulator, our focus is to facilitate a fair, efficient, orderly and transparent market, in which issuers can raise funds with adequate safeguards to protect investors, Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission of Sri Lanka (SEC),

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