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New fuel card system for Govt. employees
By Chaturi Dissanayake and Natasha Gunaratne
State banks, the Ceylon Petroleum Corporation (CPC) and state enterprises in a joint collaborative effort are launching a new fuel card system for government employees which will revolutionize fuel purchasing in this country, officials said.
Average cost of cars to increase significantly
According to Ganwani, the cost of reconditioned vehicles will sharply rise. For a mid range car such as a Nissan Sunny, the price will increase by approximately Rs 65 – 70,000 rupees while in the case of a top end car, the cost increase will be about Rs120 – 125,000 rupees.
Jeyaraj, officials asked to explain in Jacobi case
The Supreme Court last week ordered Trade and Commerce Minister Jeyaraj Fernandopulle and two officials to appear in court and explain why they ignored a court order in a case where a foreign activated carbon manufacturer is being restrained from using local raw material.
Another tea official targetted?
The Sri Lankan tea trade was perturbed last week following attempts to sideline a senior tea official who has contributed a lot to the industry in his 30-year career.
Just another day at Apollo!
Despite the uncertainties surrounding Apollo Hospital, a stroll around the place by reporters from The Sunday Times FT found the staff going about their day to day duties without much concern for what might happen. There have been persistent rumours of changes across the board pertaining to management and staff but one would have to wait and see if they materialize.
Rumblings in the tea sector
Sleeping or just unconcerned?
Oil price fall – is it here to stay
Implications of new Companies Act
International ethics roadshows by CIMA
Tritel’s 9th anniversary offers
Lanka Bell reinvents SMS as ‘Keti Katha’
Cathay Pacific’s innovative branding competition
Trade unions, go slows and strikes
The karma of cola
Good management not only for the corporate sector
Visual Music
“Premier PR” provides premier PR solutions
Aviva and Eagle’s joint knowledge management programme
CTC wins first intellectual property rights case
ACCA national conference on sustainable leadership
Commercial Bank presents houses to tsunami affected in the south
Accountants frustrated by over-regulation - ACCA Chief
Dialog funds Speech Therapy St. Joseph's Ragama students
Ceylinco Development Bank marks 11years in business
Sri Lanka’s leasing industry valued at over Rs 65 bln
Sea change in Sri Lankan mindset required
Colombo firm powers Nairobi Stock Exchange
SAARC workshop in Colombo on trade facilitation
AIDS education at work
Central Bank says still pursuing GoldQuest, pyramid schemes
ADB’s essay competition for Sri Lankan undergrads
Ceylinco Life to offer 160 new 'Pranama' scholarships
More accolades for Emirates
FCCISL President in UN delegation
ODEL features in top US-based magazine
Cornucopia Asia introduces HR audits here
Malaysian entrepreneur's vanilla project
Growth in food, personal care industries boost preservatives market
External students complete SriLankan’s airline training course
Regional business community accelerates peace
Invest in youth, suggests World Development Report
Microsoft opens doors to ‘Philadelphia School of the Future’
Grant McCann accelerates training programme
Communications seminar at chamber
Child Sex: Awareness for taxi drivers
The wonders of Feng Shui
Synergies between state banks
JKH looks at Confifi prospects
World Bank and villagers’ of one voice!
Customs inquiry tomorrow on alcohol scam
Many uses of coconut for world markets
BPA urges sending essential food items to affected people
Sri Lanka – Malaysia Business Council annual biz awards


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