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Telecom Summit 2010, colombo:

Revolution lies ahead

Broadband services to be key growth drive:

Sri Lanka and India have immense growth potential for collaborations in the telecommunication industry. UT Starcomís Managing Director for South Asia Vijay Yadav said Sri Lanka has a well adopted technology in telecommunications and geographically Lanka is well placed.

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Three-in-one textile exhibition begins

The apparel sector has a high degree of relevance and importance to Sri Lanka for rapid economic development. The country is now in a position to derive full benefit from its inherent strengths and need to emphasis on value addition for more foreign exchange and quality,

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Moving into internet and mobile banking:

Banks need to assess risk factor

While banks are moving into latest technologies with internet and mobile banking, they should also be concerned about the risk factor it carries, Central Bank Governor Ajith Nivard Cabraal said.

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Sri Lanka Telecom Summit inaugural session in progress. Pictures by Saliya Rupasinghe



 
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