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Sri Lanka Economic Summit to discuss solutions to national challenges

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Sri Lankan government ministers, opposition parliamentarians and government advisors will take center stage at the eighth and the last session of the Sri Lanka Economic Summit 2017 to discuss current national challenges faced by the country and possible solutions for those issues.

The session, titled, ‘Transformative Solutions to Current National Challenges’ will take into discussion Sri Lanka’s ongoing reconciliation process, economic reform agenda, Law and Order situation,  national debt burden and also issues in waste disposal management etc.

Eran Wickramaratne, State Minister of Finance, Sujeewa Senasinghe, Minister of International Trade,  Dr. Harsha De Silva, Deputy Minister of Economic Development, Sunil Handunnetti, Member of Parliament,  Vidura Wickremanayake, Member of Parliament and Dinesh Weerakkody, Chairman of the National Human Resources Development Council will sit for the panel discussion. 

The Ceylon Chamber of Commerce has also invited Wijeyadasa Rajapakshe, Minister of Justice and Buddhasasana to take part in this discussion. The two-day annual summit, organized by the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce will take place on the 25th and 26th July, at the Cinnamon Grand Hotel, Colombo under the title of ‘Execute – Transform - Realize’.


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