Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa, who met with Canadian High Commissioner David McKinnon, said Sri Lanka would like to see more Sri Lankan-Canadians come back and invest in the country.
The Prime Minister’s Media Division said Prime Minister Rajapaksa held a wide-ranging discussion with High Commissioner McKinnon this morning.
Sectors discussed during the meeting included trade and investment, local politics, education reform and reconciliation.
The High Commissioner spoke of a number of entities that had invested in various sectors in Sri Lanka while the Prime Minister noted that Sri Lanka would like to see more Sri Lankan-Canadians come back and invest in the country.
Comments - 3
Mandayan Wednesday, 04 December 2019 04:43 PM
Until there is a Political Risk for investments, all investments will go to South India, Thailand and Malaysia. Now that you and your brother in a position to do something to resolve the national issue that you missed before 2015, and then you don't need to call them. Like our President who returned from US, they will come back too to do the needful.
TONY Thursday, 05 December 2019 08:48 AM
WHY DONT YOU MAHINDA GIVE A KICK START BY INVESTING YOURSELF IN SRI LANKA
Prashanth Bala Thursday, 05 December 2019 12:16 PM
How about we start with Gota and Basil's wife and kids returning to Lanka from US?
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