Malaysia-Sri Lanka Business Council revived

Saturday, 13 April 2013 - 8:13




The Malaysia-Sri Lanka Business Council has been revived after being defunct for several years.


The decision was made following a meeting on Tuesday which was coordinated by Acting High Commissioner Major General S.W.L. Daulagala with representatives of core business organisations.


The business council will serve as a driving force to strengthen business and investment ties between private sector stakeholders, entrepreneurs and investors in Sri Lanka and Malaysia.


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