Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Managing Director of the Information and Communication Technology Agency (ICTA) of Sri Lanka Muhunthan Canagey has resigned from his position. Canagey holds a Masters Degree in Information Technology and is one of the country’s youngest entrepreneurs. He has over 20 years of experience with the information industry and was the...
All set for Sri Lanka’s first Shopping Channel  ( August 22, 2017, Colombo, Sri Lanka Guardian) “The TTv Shopping Channel is a partnership between the Korean national Mr. Pak Chung Yong and a well-established Sri Lankan entity. Mr. Yong will be providing the technology and the equipment required to...
By Shigehiro Shinozaki Agriculture plays a critical role in economic growth, poverty reduction and food security. The demand for agricultural commodities is increasing, as the world’s population surges to an anticipated nine billion by 2050. It is imperative, therefore, that we find ways to boost agriculture productivity nationally and globally. This...
by Michael Vachon ( July 11, 2017, Budapest, Sri Lanka Guardian) I am writing to alert you to deeply troubling developments in the heart of the European Union, in Hungary. It is urgent that you help spread the news about what is happening. Last week the Fidesz-led government launched a nationwide billboard...
Minister of Public Administration Vajira Abeywardene says that the salary of government servants would increase by 15 percent from next January. The Minister told in parliament yesterday (14) that an additional Rs.12 billion would be required on an annual basis, for this salary increase and pension. The Minister stated that the...
How is the Demand for Housing? The annual demand for housing in Sri Lanka is estimated at a rate of 80,000 to 100,000 units. This number is expected to substantially increase in the future. In addition, there is a growing demand for condominium units in the Western provinces of Sri Lanka...
The Special Commodity Levy on imported sugar has been increased by Rs.8 per kilogram from midnight today the Finance Ministry announced.   Tuesday, August 15, 2017 - 16:00
SINGAPORE—Following openings in India and China, 2018 marks the start of another wave of growth for Alila Hotels and Resorts as the brand plans to unveil five new properties in some of Asia’s major cities, including Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Jakarta, Bali and Cambodia. Each destination will provide bespoke journeys...
Vehicle importers believe with the latest duty reduction, the prices of mini trucks, single cabs and motorcycles will come down considerably. The chairman of the Vehicle Importers Association of Sri Lanka, Indika Sampath Merinchige said the prices of the prices of mini trucks and single cabs could come down...
The lackluster performance of the Colombo Stock Exchange has continued to hit the stock indices as both the All Share Price Index and more liquid S&P SL20 ended in the red. The ASPI has lost 39.81 points to close the day at 6,695.23 while S&P... Read More
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