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Main sectors to provide an impetus to growth :

Economy diversifies GDP grows 1.8 percent

Central Bank Assistant Governor, Dr. P. Nandalal Weerasinghe said the economy has been diversified and as a result Sri Lanka recorded a 1.8 percent growth in Gross Domestic Production (GDP) on a year on year basis in the first half of this year.

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Sri Lanka represented at Korea economic forum:

Govt’s policy helped minimize external shocks - ICC chairman

Asian countries must work together to turn the challenges of the global economic crisis into an opportunity by expanding intra regional cooperation, trade and the influence of financial markets should make the continent the economic power house of the 21st century,

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Forty-five companies contribute 25 percent to industry:

Sri Lanka has potential to grow in insurance brokering

There is a huge demand for local Insurance brokers internationally. Sri Lanka Insurance Brokers’ Association, President Joachim Caspersz told Daily News, Business that there is a big demand for Insurance Broker Companies in the international market.

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