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Sri Lanka’s investment climate presents a far less attractive proposition with inconsistent policies and unreasonable tax structures, where the private sector insisted the Government tackle these issues before too long. 

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Access Engineering PLC, has recorded a profit before tax of Rs. 820 million for the quarter ended on 31 December 2017, up by 73% from an year earlier and first nine months figure grew by 37.5% to Rs. 2.3 billion.

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As befitting a reputation of excellence and being Sri Lanka’s premier hospitality brand, four Jetwing properties have been listed in the recently published Top 25 Hotels in Sri Lanka by TripAdvisor as part of its 2017 Travellers’ Choice Awards.

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"India Education Fair, Sri Lanka" is to be held in Colombo on Tuesday 07 and Wednesday 08 February. It is organized by "SAPE Events & Media Pvt. Ltd.

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Sri Lanka celebrates a historic milestone on the global Chemical Weapons Convention this year–and the first ever international training session to be held in Sri Lanka

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External sector records modest performance in October
Sri Lanka’s external sector recorded a modest performance in October 2016 with a deterioration in the trade deficit amidst continued growth in tourist earnings,the Central Bank said.

Monday, 06 February 2017 08:43

LOLC Group announces foray into Pakistan

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Lanka Orix Leasing Company (LOLC) Group announced its foray into Pakistan by entering into a joint venture with Pak Oman Microfinance Bank to introduce LOLC’s globally accepted Micro finance model and to replicate its success story in Pakistan.

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Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) is now accepting bids to hire Airbus aircraft in the wake of its lease agreement with Sri Lankan Airlines about to expire on next Friday 10th of February.

Sunday, 05 February 2017 19:22

Central Bank bans media from using its logo

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Sri Lanka Central Bank has banned the using of its official logo in social media and websites and such web sites should not use the logo in news items relating to the country’s monetary regulator, the CB announced in a news paper advertisement.

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Commemorating 69th National Independence Day, the head office and all People’s Bank branches organized Independence Day celebrations island wide.

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