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Pakistan mulls export credit line

Sri Lanka and Pakistan have strong ties in trade and investment. The two countries have benefited from the close economic relationship and will be entering into a new phase in development, Pakistan State Minister and Board of Investment Chairman Saleem Mandviwala told Daily News Business.

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Belgian trade delegation here

A Belgian trade and investment delegation will be visiting Sri Lanka from November 22 to 26. The delegation consists of 40 companies (over 50 persons) in the fields of agro-food, machinery, construction, interior, energy, fisheries, gems, information technology, infrastructure, water supply, financial services, textile, tobacco, tourism investments and various trading companies.

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President to present relief and development oriented Budget:

Chambers seek simple tax formula From the Business Desk

President Mahinda Rajapaksa who is also the Finance Minister will present a relief and development oriented budget today. The Daily News Business spoke to several Chamber leaders representing different industries to find out what they expect from the budget.

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Saleem Mandviwala
Picture by Saliya Rupasinghe



 
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