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The Ceylon Chamber of Commerce (CCC), in order to develop mutually beneficial relations and to formalise the relationship for the purpose of providing a platform to promote information exchange, facilitation of trade, investment, technology transfer, services, social responsibility and other business services, re-entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with the Durban Chamber of Commerce and Industry South Africa during the third Session of the Senior Officials Meeting of the Sri Lanka - South Africa Partnership Forum organised by the Ministry of External Affairs on 12 October 2010 in Colombo. From left:  Buyisiwe Maureen Pheto, High Commissioner for South Africa in Sri Lanka,  S. Ngombane, Leader of the South African Delegation, Harin Malwatte, Secretary General/CEO of the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce and Romesh Jayasinghe, Secretary, Ministry of External
Affairs.
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