Vietnam seeks more business with Sri Lanka

Saturday, 02 November 2013 - 18:38


The Ceylon Chamber of Commerce said a delegation of 15 Vietnamese companies is visiting Sri Lanka this month seeking local partners and agents.


There will be a business to business meeting on November 18th at the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce office.


The firms represent makers of machinery such as rice reapers, milling equipment, paddy seekers, power tillers, mist dusters, huller heads, water pumps, generators, Diesel and gasoline engines, industrial fans and conveyor belts are in the delegation.

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