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18 January, 2016 09:19 AM Source: Financial Times - Sri Lanka
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The Ceylon Chamber of Commerce, the country’s premier business Chamber, is planning to hold an international investor forum in March in order to help the country attract much-needed Foreign Direct Investments to drive growth.

Entitled ‘Sri Lanka Investment and Business Conclave 2016’, the event plans to attract potential investors from across the globe. The potential overseas investors will be given the opportunity to hold B2B meetings with their Sri Lankan counterparts, meet top government ministers and officials and visit industrial zones and strategic economic locations of the country during the three-day event.

The forum will offer the perfect blend of opportunities aimed at enriching institutional, corporate and individual investors and business houses with a comprehensive set of guidelines for their investment decisions, and act as a networking opportunity for introductions to potential overseas business partners with a view to establishing partnerships with Sri Lankan businesses or attracting investments.

The Ceylon Chamber of Commerce’s ‘Sri Lanka Investment and Business Conclave 2016’ will be held from 8- 10 March 2016 at the Cinnamon Grand Hotel in Colombo and will be supported by the Ministry of Development Strategies and International Trade, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Board of Investment of Sri Lanka, Department of Commerce, Sri Lanka Export Development Board, Sri Lanka Convention Bureau (SLCB), Department of Commerce and the Commonwealth Businesswomen’s Network.

The Ceylon Chamber is now promoting the event aggressively across the globe with the support of the Sri Lankan High Commissions and Embassies located in foreign capitals, 120 Chambers of Commerce from around the world where it has signed MOUs and also via overseas diplomatic missions based in Sri Lanka.

The latest move by the 176-year-old Chamber comes amidst the heavy investment Sri Lanka has made in recent times to develop its infrastructure such as ports, airports, road network and telecommunication facilities, etc.

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