Opportunities of Doing Business in Sri Lanka
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Join us at the Sri Lanka High Commission – IE Singapore - SBF : Trade and Investment promotion Seminar to learn about the current trade and investment opportunities in Sri Lanka. The seminar will be held on 9 May 2013, 2-5pm at SBF Seminar Room 2, Level 21, 10 Hoe Chiang Road, Keppel Towers
Sri Lanka continues to experience strong economic growth, driven by large scale reconstruction and development projects following the end of the 26-year civil conflict. Sri Lankan growth rates averaged nearly 5% during the war, but increased government spending on development spurred GDP growth to approximately 6-7% per year from 2006-08. After experiencing 3.5% growth in 2009, Sri Lanka’s Economy bounced back ,achieving impressive growth rates of 8% and 8.3% in 2010 and 2011 respectively. Sri Lanka is pursuing a combination of government directed policies, private investment, both foreign and domestic, to spur growth in disadvantaged areas, develop small and medium enterprises, and increase agricultural productivity.
Jointly organized by IE Singapore, the Singapore Business Federation (SBF) and the Sri Lanka High Commission, this seminar will bring you valuable insights into the business opportunities and challenges in Sri Lanka with a focus on these promising sectors: Agricultural commodity, aquaculture (fishery), logistics, garments & textiles, IT solutions & BPO, Microfinance, Tourism & related (operators & resorts management) and green energy (solar & wind).
Kindly register your attendance at http://crm.sbf.org.sg/crm/civicrm/event/register?id=748&reset=1