A start-up accelerator backed by MAC Holdings hopes to support aspiring entrepreneurs, uni students commercialize ideas
Ministry of Industries pushes universities, business to work together to produce exportable, commercially-ready products
Old fines do not match the recent substantial rises in prices of goods and services, only small fines are made: Minister
Non-revenue water rise slightly
Currency crises, global inflation, default pushes up costs and delays deliveries
Will require new investments
Heineken brands to be produced by Distilleries
Tess Agro said it commenced a tin can manufacturing at its factory premises in Kelaniya.
The firms owed 6.7 billion rupees including fines
CCC raises concerns about VAT increase, says government should consider other options of increasing revenue.
Sri Lanka cannot be a competitive business hub without adhering to current international labour practices
Leaders of private sector institutions presented proposals to the President
We aim to introduce measures that provide bank loan concessions to support small and medium-scale industries
Most Sri Lankan minerals are mostly exported as raw materials
Legal alcohol producers are not buying ethanol produced at state-run sugar firms and material is piling up
Sri Lanka’s Excise Department suspended soft alcohol licenses issued to hotels and restaurants registered with SLTPB.
The system will address weaknesses of the current system and provide much-needed support to workers and their families
These resources have the potential to yield significant value through the production of value-added goods.
Egg and poultry prices are likely to drop by December, and there would be no further price hikes, minister says
Netherlands to help Sri Lanka unlock female workforce potential with feminist foreign policy
Land given on 30-year lease
Lanka Mineral Sands Limited mines beach sands and exports
Already 93-pct of energy needs met by biomass and renewable sources
A 420,000 barrels a day refinery was proposed
Because that is too much of a risk for someone to come and invest
In Sri Lanka royalties are charged on the free on board (export) price of the mineral, not the pithead price