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The Department of Commerce’ pioneering session on Exporting to Sweden opened to a packed Lankan private sector audience in Colombo on 15 February.

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BAIC A Fortune 500 company established in 1958, has made their way to the shores of Sri Lanka with the entrance of two of their highest selling Car models X25 SUV, D20 Sedan along with their very New Electric (EV) Car Model EC 180 .

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The upper limit to pay 15% special interest on fixed deposits maintained by senior citizens in the licensed commercial banks

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France and Sri Lanka are engaged in a substantial cooperation for water treatment and sustainable development in Sri Lanka.

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The 2nd International Ornamental Fish Trade and Technical Conference was concluded in Colombo successfully.

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India is nearing the completion of 50,000 housing project in Sri Lanka.

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Aitken Spence Plc has recorded a strong financial performance, closing the immediate nine-month period with a 9.9% year-on-year growth in profits before tax amounting to Rs. 2.9 billion, and a Rs. 1.66 billion profit attributable to shareholders, up by 17%.

Tuesday, 14 February 2017 09:31

Virtusa winning more biz, to hire extra staff

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Virtusa Corporation, the global consulting and IT outsourcing company with roots in Sri Lanka, announced in Colombo yesterday that it would expand hiring on robust above-industry growth in business.

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Sri Lanka’s high prices in legally manufactured cigarettes have triggered an increasing influx of smuggled tobacco products

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The first day’s turnover of the latest Lanka Sathosa outlet exceeds Rs 600,000-and Sri Lanka’s largest state owned retail chain is now aiming at 500 outlets, as per its expansion plan.

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