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Ceylon Chamber makes clarion call for independence of Central Bank

The Ceylon Chamber of Commerce (CCC) is firmly of the view that institutions such as the Central Bank of Sri Lanka should be allowed to function independently in performing its…

Ceylon Chamber Presents Reforms to Ensure an Independent Public Service

The progression of Sri Lanka’s economy is dependent significantly on the performance of the public sector. A more efficient and productive public sector is an absolute need in driving forward…

Russia Invites Sri Lankan Exporters to Diversity Export Basket to Russia

Calling on Sri Lankan businesses to leverage the resumption of direct flights to Moscow to diversify theexport basket, the Charge d’Affaires of the Embassy of the Russian Federation in Sri…

Economic Reformist from Georgia Among Headliners at the Sri Lanka Economic Summit 2022

As Sri Lanka prepares to formulate and implement reforms that will enable economic revival, theSri Lanka Economic Summit 2022 organized by the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce will explorenecessary reforms and…

US Ambassador Hails Ceylon Chamber’s SLUSABC as Primary Trade and Investment Engine

Emphasizing the need to create a more business-friendly environment for foreign investorsseeking investment opportunities in Sri Lanka, Ambassador of the United States to Sri LankaHer Excellency Julie Chung hailed the…

Sri Lanka – Canada Business Council holds 31st Annual General Meeting

The 31 st Annual General Meeting of the Sri Lanka – Canada Business Council (SLCBC) of the CeylonChamber of Commerce was held recently. Daniel Bood, Counsellor for Political & Trade…

Ceylon Chamber calls on the government to focus on the Implementation of Progressive Proposals in the Interim budget of 2022

The Ceylon Chamber of Commerce views the interim budget for 2022 delivered by President RanilWickremesinghe in his capacity as Minister of Finance, as a positive step towards rebuilding themacroeconomic framework…

Ceylon Chamber’s National SME Forum 2022 highlights Resilience Measures for SMEs

Digital transformation and innovation that sees opportunity in turbulence in order to attainresilience and growth, were among key themes that were explored at the National SME Forum2022 organised recently by…

Ceylon Chamber calls for President to resign and party leaders to ensure smooth transition of power

The Ceylon Chamber of Commerce reiterates its call for President Gotabaya Rajapakse to resign immediately for the sake of the country and its stability as he has lost the trust…

Political stability is critical for Sri Lanka to resolve the economic crisis – U.S Ambassador

The United States Ambassador to Sri Lanka, Julie Chung last Friday stressed that the political stability is critical to undertake lasting and decisive structural reforms in addressing the root causes…