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Investors ready for Star Class hotels:

Tourism picks up in Jaffna

There is immense potential for tourism and hotel industry in the Northern province. Over 500 people visit Jaffna daily from various parts of the country with the dawn of peace. With the opening of the A-9 road for the public, the number of tourists visiting Jaffna has increased rapidly. In years to come tourists will not only arrive by road and air, but the ferries will also increase.

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Fruit, vegetable exporters welcome:

Cargo village for perishable goods

The move to set up facilities at the Cargo Village at the Bandaranaike International Airport will be a major boost to the fruit and vegetable exporters in the country. The state-of-the-art facility will enable to overcome a stumbling block in the past where the safety of perishable goods was a huge problem the sector faced, Fruit and Vegetable Exporters, Producers, Processors Association Secretary Zuraish Hashim told Daily News Business.

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CEO forum focuses on entering the corporate arena

The American Chamber of Commerce (Amcham) organized a CEO forum titled ‘Entering the Corporate Arena’ on January 8. The objective of the forum was to provide students with an insight into Corporate Sri Lanka, and identify the skills and competencies required to build their careers.

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The Nallur Kovil - a major tourist attraction in Jaffna

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