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Kelani Cables invests Rs. 100 m on new product

Kelani Cables will invest Rs. 100 million this year on a new line of cables, which is not manufactured in Sri Lanka so far.

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Toyota Lanka to import self branded motor oils and lubricants

Toyota Lanka becomes the first Sri Lankan automobile company to introduce self-branded automobile lubricants to cater to its local market, adding value to its customers.

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Ceylinco to complete Rs. 5 b Trillium project by 2009

Ceylinco Condominium Ltd is to complete its Rs.5 billion project, Trillium Residencies at Elvitigala Mawatha, Colombo by December 2009.

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MODERN: Cable manufacturing at the factory. Picture by Saliya Rupasinghe



 

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