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Mon, 16 Dec 2019
Christmas came early yesterday as equities and the pound surged on reports China and the US had reached a trade agreement, while British Prime Minister Boris Johnson won a landslide victory that will allow him to push through Brexit.
WASHINGTON (AFP) - The United States was poised to announce a historic trade deal with China, days before new tariffs are due to kick in between the world’s two largest economies, easing a commercial dispute that has roiled markets for almost two y
WASHINGTON (AFP) - Chastised by the top US aviation regulator, Boeing on Thursday at last acknowledged that its 727 MAX aircraft will not return to the skies until next year.
Steve Dickson, head of the Federal Aviation Administration, met Thursday wi
A delegation from the Vereniging van Kleinschalige Reisorganisaties (VVKR); Small & Medium Tour Operators Association in The Netherlands arrived in Sri Lanka on December 02nd, on an invitation from Sri Lanka Tourism.
Upon their arrival, they were giv
TOKYO (AFP) - Confidence among Japan’s biggest manufacturers has s lipped for the fourth straight quarter, a key survey showed yesterday, reflecting lingering worries over the US-China trade war.
The Bank of Japan’s December Tankan business surve
MEXICO CITY (AFP) - The Mexican Senate ratified the modified North American free trade agreement with the United States and Canada on Thursday after more than two years of arduous negotiations.
BRUSSELS (AFP) - European Union leaders on Thursday extended punishing economic sanctions against Russia over the conflict in Ukraine for another six months, senior EU officials said.
The move comes days after a four-way summit in Paris between Ukrai
FRANKFURT AM MAIN (AFP) - German takeaway giant Delivery Hero yesterday said it had agreed to buy South Korea’s largest food delivery app Woowa in a 3.6 billion euro (US$ 4 billion) deal aimed at beefing up its
LOS ANGELES (AFP) - Microsoft has unveiled a name and look for its new gaming console, the Xbox Series X, promising a still-more immersive experience as it fends off threats from streaming and rival Sony.
The US company in June p
Mobitel Enterprise Business (MEB), Sri Lanka’s premier enterprise solutions Provider, has been appointed as Communications Partner for Hatton National Bank (HNB)
With an infinite love and passion towards the world of precious pearls, the country’s first ever pearl-oriented jewellery brand Pearl Studio
Sirio Ltd, a leading manufacturer of lingerie and swimwear to the European market operating under the flagship of Italy-based Calzedonia S.p.A, emerged victorious
Plan International is ceasing its operations in Sri Lanka after nearly four decades of implementing development programmes in the country
POTENZA, Sri Lanka’s premier business transformation company, was recently awarded as the Best Business Automation Startup in Sri Lanka by the Computer Society of Sri Lanka (CSSL)
Rewarding its customers with greater value addition, any mobile device purchased from Mobitel with a Seylan Bank credit card, offers amazing benefits.
(Riyadh) AFP: Saudi Aramco soared yesterday above the US $2 trillion valuation target sought by the kingdom’s de facto ruler as the energy giant’s share price surged on its second day of trading.
The government has effected further changes to taxes and levies as the Finance Minister had ordered the exemption of Ports and Airports Development Levy—which is often referred to as the PAL—on a range of imported capital goods in a bid to provid
Sri Lanka’s Cabinet of Ministers has decided to set-up a ‘multi-purpose task force’ comprising 100,000 qualified low-income youth under a separate department.
About 81 percent of Sri Lankans believe that the losses sustained by State-owned enterprises (SOEs) are not justified, compared to the services they provide, according to a public opinion poll conducted by Colombo-based think tank,
The Colombo Stock Exchange (CSE) is to conduct a planned full-day of trading from the disaster recovery site using ATS Version 7 Disaster Recovery Solution today as a part of its routine business continuity planning (BCP).
Sri Lanka’s entire public sector is going through a restructuring process under the new government led by President Gotabaya Rajapaksa, a government minister said.
The government will reduce duty on wheat flour imports for a limited period in order to ease the cost of living amid a hike in rice prices, Cabinet Spokesperson Dr. Ramesh Pathirana said.
The Treasury has approved bonus payment for the year 2019 for the employees of State-owned statutory bodies and fully State-owned companies.
(Colombo) REUTERS: Sri Lankan shares gained for the first time in seven sessions yesterday, helped by large-cap LOLC Holdings Plc, while the rupee ended higher.
In 2012, the Harvard Business Review named being a ‘data scientist’ the “The Sexiest Job of the 21st Century”. If that is not appealing enough, it is estimated that by 2020, there will be 40 trillion gigabytes (40 zettabytes) of data created.
The multilateral trading system and the liberal order on which it is founded are under immense strain. A toxic mix of populist appeals to protectionism and the invocation of national security concerns is disrupting and weakening the global value chai
Rediscover India anew at Sri Lanka’s very first Bombay Borough located at One Galle Face. With dishes from different regions of India to
The One Transworks Square (Pvt) Ltd. took its rightful place among the Asia’s finest real estate players as it scored a major win at the prestigious PropertyGuru
Climate-strike is the latest addition to the Collins Dictionary. Witnessing frequent, extreme weather disasters around the world combined with youth generated mass protests demanding immediate action by Governments, uphold climate change as one of th
Sri Lanka’s existing laws dating back over two decades lack teeth to crack down on rampant bribery and corruption, which has gripped every facet of the Sri Lankan society and even to make little progress in curbin
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