Andre Fernando elected President of Sri Lanka – Greater Mekong Sub region Business Council

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The Ceylon Chamber led Sri Lanka – Greater Mekong Sub region Business Council recently appointed Andre Fernando as the new President of the Council, at its 4th Annual General Meeting held recently in Colombo.

Vinodh Hirdaramani of Hirdaramani International Exports Private Limited; Sirimal Fernando of Astron Limited, Ranil Senevirathne of Ranfer Group of companies were appointed as Vice Presidents of the Business Council. Dr. Mahesha Ranasoma and Antron Godfrey will continue to serve on the Committee as the Immediate Past and the Founder President respectively.  Mahen Weerasekera of Capital Developers; Anura Edirisinghe of C.W. Mackie; Mahesh Pasqual of Isuru Engineering; and Rohitha Thillekarathne of Merchant Lanka Private Limited were appointed to serve on the Committee. 

The AGM was attended by three diplomats representing the Greater Me-Kong countries and among them are Nopporn Adchariyavanich, Ambassador, Royal Thai Embassy in Sri Lanka; Min Thein Zan, Ambassador for Myanmar in Sri Lanka; and Phan Kieu Thu, Ambassador, Embassy of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam in Sri Lanka. 

The Sri Lanka – Greater Mekong Subregion Business Council of the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce encompasses Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam, which is a natural economic area bound together by the Mekong River.

If you wish to join the council as a member or obtain more information regarding the Sri Lanka – Greater Mekong Subregion Business Council, send us an email to julianne@chamber.lk or call 011-558875.

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