The Ceylon Chamber of Commerce will organize a Sri Lanka –Turkey Business Forum in May, which will be attended by a high profile business delegation from Turkey. The forum, which is aimed at exploring trade, investment and tourism opportunities on both sides, will be followed by B2B meetings between the visiting Turkish businessmen and their Sri Lankan counterparts. The visiting delegation is looking to meet up with local businesses, who are engaged in the fields of aluminum, cement, plastic, textile and tourism sectors. The Forum will be held on the 09th May at the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce, starting at 10.30 am. If you’re interested in taking part, call on 0115588818.
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