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Akinfeev stars as Russia stun Spain

Moscow, Sunday: Russia captain Igor Akinfeev saved two penalties in a dramatic shootout as the World Cup hosts dumped title contenders Spain out in the last 16 following a 1-1 draw.

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Lobbying by the private sector for the Government to reintroduce straightforward tax holidays as a key impetus to kick-start much-needed investments both foreign and local is gathering momentum ahead of preparation for the 2019 Budget with many viewing it rationally as a time-bound basis rather than the previous open-ended approach.

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Global real estate consultancy Jones Lang La Salle (JLL) launched the 10th edition of the Global Real Estate Transparency Index this month.

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Despite all in the tea industry seeing diversification as a positive, National Policies and Economic Affairs State Minister Dr. Harsha de Silva said the tug of war between the two sides of stakeholders was continuing with them unable to agree on the appropriate means of modification as the “endgames” were not mutually exclusive.

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This month, celebrate the environment and its bounty with a beauty routine that goes the extra mile for biodiversity. With every purchase of the Himalayan Charcoal Purifying Mask and Soap in its Sri Lankan stores, The Body Shop will direct a portion of the sale price to the Red Panda Network- a global conservation network committed to protecting the world’s declining red panda population.

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