Invest in Sri Lanka
Invest in Sri Lanka
  • Invest with Confidence in the Wonder of Asia

  • Invest with Confidence in the Wonder of Asia

  • Invest with Confidence in the Wonder of Asia

Sri Lanka has big potential to be a viable regional hub.


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    Overview

  • Why You
    Should Invest

  • How Can
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  • Foreign
    Investor Support

  • Legal
    Framework

  • Key
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  • Investment
    Opportunities

  • Setting Up
    a Company
  • Known as the "Pearl of the Indian Ocean", Sri Lanka is a beautiful tropical island situated in the Indian ocean. Its' natural beauty, rich heritage, fascinating culture, remarkable bio-diversity, beautiful wilderness, idyllic beaches, and ancient sites have attracted visitors from around the world for centuries.

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  • Recently being promoted to the "middle income country" category, Sri Lanka is currently enjoying a period of economic boom across all sectors. Encouraged by this rapid economic growth and the attractive investment opportunities available, the international community including investors, companies, developers, and expat Sri Lankans, are increasingly pursuing investment projects of all sizes.

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  • We are known for counseling investors, developers, companies, and entrepreneurs to map the ‘way forward’ in order to exploit opportunities, manage investment process and execution, manage risks, and harness the benefits of pragmatic and astute investment decisions. We have the unparalleled capability to manage a full range of services for our clients.

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  • Sri Lankan government has setup "Board of Investment" (BOI), who's charter is to act as the official investment promotion and facilitation organization. The BOI is structured to function as a central facilitation point for investors.

    Companies or projects that are setup as BOI projects enjoy a wide range of attractive benefits including tax holidays, import/export concessions, foreign investment protection support, etc. Our team of experts can help getting your project setup as a BOI project and advice you on various BOI requirements, standards, and guidelines.

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  • The Sri Lankan legal system is influenced largely by the English common law, the Roman-Dutch law, and the ancient local system of laws of Sri Lanka. The commercial law of Sri Lanka is primarily based on the principles of English Commercial Law. The court structure consists of a Supreme Court, a Court of Appeal, High Courts, Municipal Courts, and Primary Courts. Additionally, there are numerous tribunals, etc.

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  • Along with the widespread economic boom in Sri Lanka, many attractive investment opportunities are opening up in several key sectors that include: Tourism, Infrastructure, IT/BPO, Utilities, Apparels, Manufacturing, Agriculture, and Education.

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  • We are currently sourcing investors for many attractive investment opportunities in the government and the private sector in Sri Lanka. Browse through dozens of available projects to find an opportunity that fit your investment criteria.

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  • Sri Lanka has a well established process and procedures for setting up a business. According to the "International Finance Corporation" ease of doing business study, Sri Lanka is ranked at number 54 in the world out of 189 countries, which puts Sri Lanka in the top 30% of the countries and by far the best country in the South Asian region to setup a business. Our friendly staff at Chelina Capital Corporation are ready to work hand in hand with you every step of the way to get you setup in Sri Lanka.

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Another revamped city Landmark to be opened Another revamped city Landmark to be opened - President to open ‘Independence Square Shopping cum Public Precinct’ With the end of conflict in 2009, the country has seen an unprecedented development that had transformed the country into what it is today. The transformation is more evident in Colombo, the commercial capital than anywhere else. This development is stimulating economy and raising developmental creativity. […]
final-phase-construction-of-norochcholai-plant-to-be-completed-by-year-end Final phase construction of Norochcholai plant to be completed by year end - Power and Energy Minister Pavithra Wanniarachchi said in Parliament today that construction work of the final phase of Norochcholai coal power plant would be completed by the end of this year. Responding to a question raised by UNP Kurunegala District MP Nalin Bandara Jayamaha, the minister said the construction of all the phases of the […]
Chinese President to visit Sri Lanka Chinese President to visit Sri Lanka - Chinese President Xi Jinping has been invited to visit Sri Lanka and he has accepted the invitation, an External Affairs Ministry source told the Colombo Gazette. The dates of the visit have not yet been arranged but he is expected to undertake the visit “soon” and the Chinese Government had also confirmed that the visit […]
Japanese PM may visit Sri Lanka in September Japanese PM may visit Sri Lanka in September - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is considering visiting Bangladesh and Sri Lanka in early September, Kyodo News reported quoting a government source. A spokesman for the Sri Lankan Ministry of External Affairs, speaking to Ada Derana, stated that President Mahinda Rajapaksa had extended an invitation to the Japanese Premier last year and that they expect […]
Moody's outlook for Sri Lanka banking system stable Moody’s outlook for Sri Lanka banking system stable - Moody’s Investors Service says that the outlook for the Sri Lankan banking system is stable, as Sri Lanka remains one of Asia’s fastest growing economies with the economy recording a GDP growth rate of 7% now. Speaking on the release of Moody’s “Banking System Outlook Sri Lanka”, which is Moody’s first banking system outlook for […]
Sri Lanka should build awareness says Japan Sri Lanka should build awareness says Japan - SriLanka’s tourism sector should build awareness about the Island’s tourism attraction and also improve its tourism facilities, if the country needs to attract more Japanese tourists to the country, says Mr. Kiichiro Iwase, The First Secretary of Head of Economic Cooperation section of the Embassy of Japan in Sri Lanka. “Tropical climate, attractive tourist spots, […]

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The potential to do business here is identifiable because the investment framework is clear.

- General Electric (GE) India Vice President Business Development, Growth and Strategy for Asia Vishal Wanchoo

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