Sri Lanka Commonwealth meet targets US$2bn in investments

Friday, 11 October 2013 - 11:12



A business forum coinciding with the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting  in Sri Lanka is targeting about 2 billion US dollars of investment leads, an official said.

Mohan Kaul, head of the Commonwealth Business Council said already proposals have been received for airports, energy and manufacturing.

About 450 business delegates from 65 countries including Canada, will participate in the forum, he said.

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