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Adani group representatives now in Sri Lanka explores the possibility in investing remerging tourism sector in the island when they met Tourism Minister Harin Fernando

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Minister of Foreign Affairs of Japan, HAYASHI Yoshimasa is to hold crucial discussions during an official visit to Sri Lanka from 28-29 July 2023.

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Sri Lanka’s iconic Lotus Tower has now been subjected to vandalism due to recent practice of drawing graffiti at the site by some visitors to the tower.

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Sri Lanka Customs today seized the largest stock of ‘Magic Mushrooms’ in history worth over Rs.70 million along with a stock of other narcotic drugs from a parcel courier service in Seeduwa. The parcels had been sent from the USA and the Netherlands.

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The Wildlife Conservation Department has introduced an online permit system for ease of access for tourists to the national parks.

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The Export Development Board (EDB) yesterday said Sri Lanka’s gem and jewellery sector is under serious threat, due to a surge in foreign traders’ involvement in key gem markets without the required licences, threatening the sector’s integrity and sustainability.

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Sri Lanka’s inflation in June 2023 measured on National Consumer Price Index (NCPI) slowed to 10.8 percent from the previous month’s 21.6 percent, data from the state statistics office showed, as the central bank operated deflationary monetary policy.

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Sri Lanka is considering the possibility of allowing the usage of the Indian rupee for local transactions just like the dollar, euro, and yen to facilitate Indian tourists and businessmen, Foreign Minister Ali Sabry said on Saturday.

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Sri Lanka continues to make strides in enhancing fuel competitiveness by allowing three foreign companies including China’s Sinopec to enter the local market and it first oil shipment will arrive in the island next t month.

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Sri Lanka continues to make strides in enhancing fuel competitiveness by allowing three foreign companies including China’s Sinopec to enter the local market and it first oil shipment will arrive in the island next t month.

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