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Tariffs refund crisis forcing NTT to sell  
The controversial sale of a bigger slice of the NTT stake in Sri Lanka Telecom (SLT) may have been prompted by calls by the Supreme Court forcing the refund of excessive tariffs amounting to billions of rupees which would leave the Japanese firm in financial ruin.
Bonus shares are a sham

Bonus shares are a ‘sham’, according to a top corporate lawyer in a statement that came in the backdrop of a lot of confusion amongst stockbrokers and other stakeholders about bonus share issues.

Adding spice to the Chillies

It was not totally unexpected -- the dispute at the Chillies over scams. Over the years from the SLIM, Ola & SLIM, SLIM alone and now the Chillies, the advertising industry has been at loggerheads over different issues. In perhaps the second time – after the Ola’s – the industry came together and agreed to create an awards scheme that would reflect more creativity than effectiveness. There were disagreements; nevertheless the majority believed this was the way forward. The first Chillies went on smoothly or so it seemed (now the claim is that there were a few scam ads included).

Asha Central selling Horton Place property
Asha Central Hospital is selling off its 60-year old hospital property at Horton Place in Colombo to raise funds for its new 13 storey hospital at Norris Canal Road, adjoining the General Hospital.

Dankotuwa Porcelain reduces capital
John Keells denies Trans Asia up for sale
JKH to sell excess NTB stock
Never-ending crises for Lankans
Age profile of commercial tea lands in Sri Lanka
CNCI says local investors must get same ‘treatment as foreigners’
Bonus shares: Law Advisory Commission viewpoints
Pakistan Govt. appoints MTI for National Export Project
Does it safeguard Sri Lankan interests?
Tourism statistics: Proving a point
Hambantota – another Colombo in the making
Big companies go green; SMEs stuck on amber
Latest COPE report identifies miscreants and mismanagement
Role of World Bank, IMF challenged; new lenders emerge
For a balanced diet: More Maldive fish please!
‘Wait for conclusion of Council probe” –urges ICASL CEO
Red Carpet: The Indians are coming!
Technical Evaluation Committee during the 1997 sale of SLT shares
Crisis of creativity, confidence and management
Calls for more transparency from the industry
Business - be truthful on corruption!
Rising price levels, monetary and financial stability and public understanding
Sri Lanka’s top retailer urges industry to forge new partnerships
Sri Lanka’s top retailer urges industry to forge new partnerships
Rubber industry facelift under Rs 30.6 mln plan
Panora Corp supports Colombo University Computer work
Poor business environment here; JKH looks at India

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