Over 100 foreign investors to attend CCC ‘Sri Lanka Investment Business Conclave’

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The upcoming ‘Sri Lanka Investment and Business Conclave’ organised by the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce (CCC) has attracted 100 plus overseas investors with the largest group expected to come from Kuwait, numbering to over 20 investors.

The three-day conclave will see investors from countries such as Australia, Bangladesh, Bahrain, China, Canada, Egypt, Germany, Georgia, Kuwait, the Maldives,

Pakistan, South Korea, Singapore, Switzerland, Vietnam and Lesotho. Infrastructure development, export manufacturing, agriculture, local knowledge services, power and energy, tourism and leisure sectors are the areas the majority of the investors are keen to find opportunities. Avic International Hotels Lanka Limited - Astoria is the Platinum sponsor of the event, while Indocean Developers Private Limited is the Gold sponsor.

The Board of Investment of Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka Convention Bureau, Hayleys Advantis Limited, Zam Gems Private Limited are the Strategic partners of the event. The Knowledge partner of the event is International Finance Corporation, while E-W Information Systems Limited is the official IT partner. Lanka Communication Services is the official Communications partner, while Jetwing Events acts as the Hospitality partner of the event, which will be held between March 8 and 10, 2016. In order to reserve your seat, please contact the event secretariat on +9411-5588818, e-mail toinvestsrilanka@chamber.lk or visit http://www.invest-srilanka.lk.

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