Financial Times

Jaffna ready for huge investments

Jaffna’s business community is making an earnest appeal to the government to allow it to take a leading role in the post-war development of business and industry in the region.

Sri Lanka’s tourism product changing with the times, new markets
Imagine walking around Colombo and stumbling along a street lined with food stalls selling typical Arabic fare from kebabs to pita bread with hummus. Then imagine stores lining the streets teeming with Middle Eastern clothing, accessories, books and furnishings.
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General Sarath Fonseka, Chief of Defence Staff and Sri Lanka’s former army commander, in the presence of Dr Uditha Liyanage, PIM Director, on Friday when he addressed corporate executives and others on successful military strategies. Pic by J. Weerasekera



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