Spice package at concessionary prices from Sathosa

Thursday, 22 July 2021 - 9:05

Trade Minister Dr. Bandula Gunawardena states that the previous government had taken foreign loans amounting to Rs. 6 trillion.

He told a media briefing in Colombo yesterday that he would invite a scholarly debate if anyone in the opposition would like to prove otherwise.

Meanwhile, State Minister Janaka Wakkumbura stated that a package of spices with a market value of Rs. 1350 containing high quality local spices will be sold at a concessionary price of Rs. 800.

This local spice package will be available at a discounted price from the CWE outlets in the coming weeks.

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