Financial Times

Local businesses unhappy with CEPA
A group of eminent Sri Lankan businesses went public this week objecting to the signing of the Indo-Lanka Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA). The local businesses are questioning the need for a CEPA agreement and are objecting to the lack of transparency in the process.
SC judgment on SLIC privatisation reserved
The Supreme Court this week reserved judgment in the fundamental rights petition filed by politician and presidential advisor Vasudeva Nanayakkara against the April 2003 privatisation of the Sri Lanka Insurance Corporation (SLIC).
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