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AMW- another family company moving out of the family!

Associated Motorways PLC, one of Sri Lanka’s few family owned conglomerates, was sold to Dubai-based Al Futtaim Engineering LLC last Monday. The Dubai owners have however retained the De Zoysa’s – Ajith and Thilak – to manage the company. (See P3 for full story). Seen here is a picture of AMW’s corporate heaquarters with inset – Ajith de Zoysa and Bob Farrow from Al Futtaim. Pix by J. Weerasekera.

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