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Top team takes Ceylon Chamber of Commerce into 2009
Jayampathy Bandaranayake Dr Anura

Jayampathy Bandaranayake, currently chairman of Ceylon Tobacco, takes over as chairman of the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce (CCC) at its AGM tomorrow in Colombo, chamber officials said.

He takes over from Mahen Dayananda after serving two terms as Vice Chairman. Dr Anura Ekanayake moves up as Vice Chairman from the deputy position while John Keells Chairman Susantha Ratnayake is taking over as Deputy Vice Chairman. Chief Justice Sarath N. Silva will be the chief guest at the event.

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