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Sunday, 27 December 2015


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With less than a week for the dawn of the New Year, shoppers flock in large numbers in Pettah to buy clothes and other items. Pic: Ranjith Asanka

World oil price fall:

Formula for lower fuel prices soon

Global oil prices continue to tumble with current levels the lowest in over a decade. But Sri Lankans may have to wait longer to benefit. Ceylon Petroleum Corporation Chairman, T. G. Jayasinghe rules out immediate price cuts but promises a new pricing formula early next year that could bring down prices.

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Biz community optimistic of development drive in 2016

The Sri Lankan business community is optimistic that the new year, 2016, will be a source of strength to the country’s development drive. New policies were introduced this year, with the new government taking office and as such they were unable to achieve the goals as expected, Secretary,

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Plantation Assn chief unable to consider wage increase

Chairman, Plantation Association of Ceylon (PA), Roshan Rajadurai said that they are unable to consider a wage increase under the current financial straits. This was in response to the government’s warning that estates under the Regional Plantation Companies,

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No pollution, say industrialists:

Environmentalists in Wayamba up in arms

Environmentalists in Wayamba said that all appeals to save the province from the environmental disaster caused by manufacturing companies have fallen on deaf ears and that there would be a major uprising worse than Rathupaswela, if the authorities fail to intervene soon to address the issue.

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