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Cash deposit ATM network launched in Colombo

Sri Lankan consumers will enter the era of direct cash payments through ATMs on Octo 15 when five cash deposit taking ATMs will start operating in Colombo for the first time. Abdul Rahuman, Managing Director of One & Only, the owning firm of the ‘PayTM’ network, said the initiative is a joint venture with Japan Cash Machines Co Ltd (JCM),

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Govt’s agriculture policy helps self-sufficiency -FAO

The government's agriculture policy have paved the way for the country to be self -sufficient in many crops in agriculture, a United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) official said. “Sri Lanka's agriculture policy under the ‘Mahinda Chintana’,

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Two intellectuals for the World Entrepreneurship Forum

For the first time from Sri Lanka, two intellectuals have been selected to attend the ‘World Entrepreneurship Forum’ which will be held in Lyon, the second economic centre of France. Dr. Arosha Fernando will represent Sri Lanka in this year's World Entrepreneurship Forum followed by Asanga Abeyagoonasekera next year.

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Uga Bay, Pasikudah to open end October

Uga Bay, Pasikudah the Rs 850 million luxury boutique hotel is scheduled to be opened by President Mahinda Rajapaksa at the end of October, said Uga Escapes Managing Director Priyanjith Weerasooria at a press briefing in Colombo.

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