Chairman and CEO of KPMG India, Arun M. Kumar has reportedly said that Sri Lanka has the potential to become the Switzerland of Asia, where the world’s major economies work together to power Asian and global economic growth.
Chief Sales and Marketing Officer, CHEC Port City Colombo (Pvt) Ltd., Liang Thow Ming has reportedly said that the marine construction work on the Chinese funded Port City in Sri Lanka’s commercial capital
An industry expert representing the Sri Lanka Association for Software and Services Companies (SLASSCOM) has reportedly stated that Sri Lanka’s information technology industry is looking at prioritizing data science
Chief Sales and Marketing Officer, CHEC Port City Colombo (Pvt) Ltd., Liang Thow Ming has reportedly said that the Chinese
Sri Lanka’s Prime Minister says country is building long term financial stability by diversifying its exports
Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe has reportedly said the government is in the process of building long term financial stability by diversifying its exports.
Sri Lankan government expands new digital land registry islandwide to speed up property registration process
The government of Sri Lanka has reportedly made arrangements to expand its new digital land registry islandwide in order to speed up property registration, which in turn would make the country more attractive for investors.
Sri Lanka’s Census and Statistics Department notes growth in industrial production activities in July 2018
An index compiled by Sri Lanka’s Census and Statistics Department has reportedly shown that industrial production activities in Sri Lanka has recorded a 1.1 percent growth during July 2018 compared to a year earlier.
Sri Lanka’s Hambantota Port signs terminal service agreement with Japan’s K-Line, first in the country
The Hambantota Port in Sri Lanka has reportedly said it has signed a terminal service agreement with Japan’s K-Line, which will lead to more vehicles being transshipped via the port.
Sri Lankan government temporarily lifts minimum room rates in Colombo to boost off-season tourist arrivals
Sri Lanka’s Tourism Development Minister John Amaratunge has reportedly said that the government has decided to temporarily lift the minimum prices on Colombo hotel rooms in a bid to boost off-season tourist arrivals for two months.
Sri Lankan government approves proposal to manufacture bricks from fly ash from the country’s coal power plant
Sri Lanka has announced that fly ash from the country’s Norochcholai coal power plant will be used to make bricks and reduce air pollution.