Financial Times

Foreign trips funded by banks unethical - bankers

Senior bankers said foreign trips for Ceylon Petroleum Corporation (CPC) officials related to the oil hedging contracts were unethical while business leaders feel the Supreme Court's interim order to withhold the payments to Standard Chartered and Citibank will not have negative repercussions for Sri Lanka.

CCC members seek urgent meeting to discuss JKH report
Some members of the Chamber of Commerce (CCC)’s Advisory Council are calling for an urgent meeting this week to discuss a report on the ramifications of the recent LMS judgment on the continuation of a key member in the chamber.
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