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‘Withdrawal will hit industry’:

Continue GSP + facility - Ceramics Council

The Sri Lanka Ceramics Council will appeal to the EU not to destroy the livelihood of those in the creramics industry. This is the worst time to withdraw the GSP+ facility. The denial of the facility will result in us being unable to achieve the Millennium Development Goals.

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Taiwan delegation to promote trade

A Taiwan business delegation representing 63 Taiwan companies held one-on-one business meetings with Sri Lankan companies at the Hilton Colombo yesterday. The delegation was the largest to arrive in Sri Lanka in 20 years.

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MBSL takes over Ceylinco Sussex College

The Merchant Bank of Sri Lanka (MBSL) has decided to intervene in the management of the Ceylinco Sussex College. This unique educational institution with its new name, Sussex College Network will take new initiatives and strategies of diversification and expansion in the near future.

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Managing Director Decent Computers Pakistan Asif Shahzad with the first purchase order. Vice President Asia Pacific EZY Infotech Ramesh Umashankar and CEO EZY Infotech Sri Lanka Shafraz Hamzadeen look on.



 
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