Items filtered by date: Friday, 14 September 2018

Sri Lanka will host its first ever international baseball tournament in March, 2019, as the sport continues to make impressive strides on the baseball diamond.

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No change in policy direction: Eran

Despite global challenges, twin deficits and slow growth, the Government remains dedicated to its reform policies centered on fiscal consolidation and liberalisation, State Minister of Finance Eran Wickramaratne said yesterday, ruling out a change of direction.

Published in Business

The Hambantota International Port Group (HIPG) has entered into its very first Terminal Service Agreement (TSA) with K-Line Ltd. (KLPL), one of the world’s largest Ro Ro operators and a member of the global giant in transportation, Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha Ltd. of Japan.

Published in Business
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Tea volumes drop to 18-month low

Auction offerings decline significantly on weather woes, lowest since March 2017

Published in Business

Celebrating the accomplishments of over 700 students, ESOFT’s Schools of Computing and Business marked the successful culmination of their London Metropolitan University undergraduate programmes at a glittering graduation ceremony on 4 September. The event, which took place at the Main Hall of the BMICH, was attended by nearly 2,500 participants.

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Thousands of people have begun evacuating from coastal areas of the Philippines as a super typhoon heads towards the country.

Published in World

Even before U.S.-China trade tensions began escalating dramatically, foreign businesses who operate in China were warning about the impact tariffs could have. And now, according to a newly released joint survey from the American Chamber of Commerce in China and AmCham Shanghai, many are already feeling the pinch.

Published in World
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