Sri Lankan Pm Requests Ceos Of Indian Companies To Invest


Sri Lankan Prime Minister Gunawardhana met CEOs of several Indian companies. The PM has stressed the need to boost bilateral trade and invest in new areas.

Colombo: Sri Lanka’s Prime Minister Dinesh Gunawardena, in a meeting with CEOs of several Indian companies, has discussed the need to boost bilateral trade and invest in new sectors. Emphasized.

A statement issued by the Sri Lankan Prime Minister’s Office said that Gunawardhana, during his meeting with representatives of the Sri Lanka section of the Indian CEOs Forum last Thursday, asked them to increase investment and trade.

In this meeting, Gunawardhana expressed his gratitude for the cooperation and support of Indian companies in the economy of Sri Lanka by bringing new investments, creating jobs and contributing in the form of direct and indirect taxes in this cash-starved country. helping. The ICF delegation included officials from companies from the auto, banking, cement, FMCG, fuel, hospitality, infrastructure, logistics, packaging, paint and pharma sectors. The delegation was led by TS Prakash.

On the request of the Sri Lankan Prime Minister to invest in new areas, Prakash said that the ICF has taken a new initiative with the launch of ‘Shine Sri Lanka’ platform to promote tourism along with trade and investment. He said that through this platform, there is huge potential for promoting trade and investment in Sri Lanka.

During this meeting, Gunawardana informed about the steps being taken by his government to improve the economic situation of Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka has been facing a deep economic and financial crisis since the beginning of the year and has had to take the help of an allied country like India for the purchase of essentials.

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