Financial Times

Treasury takes over SLI

A day after the Supreme Court annulled the privatisation of the Sri Lanka Insurance Corporation (SLIC) over a fraudulent deal, the Finance Ministry took over the management and control of the company and said the SLIC will continue its operations under the existing management headed by the Chief Executive Officer.

Tourism Authority to meet foreign missions on travel advisories
The Tourism Development Authority is to start talks next week with foreign missions based in Sri Lanka, about travel advisories against travelling to the island. Many of Sri Lanka’s traditional western tourism countries have issued travel advisories cautioning their citizens about travel to Sri Lanka.
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