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Kimbulapitiya fireworks sales up by 75 percent

Sri Lanka, April 8 -- The demand for locally manufactured fireworks which fell to zero percent due to the Easter Sunday attack and island-wide pandemic situation during the past two years has now reco... Read More


Traders given 3 month relief period

Sri Lanka, April 1 -- Although the ban of manufacturing or distributing polythene based products is strictly prohibited from today , the traders who have already purchased extra stocks will be permitt... Read More


'National Policy on Industries' for Cabinet approval in 2 weeks

Sri Lanka, March 29 -- The proposed 'National Policy on Industries ' to safeguard, encourage and promote Lankan industrialists and entrepreneurs will be brought before the Cabinet of Ministers for the... Read More


Made in Sri Lanka brand to penetrate foreign markets

Sri Lanka, March 15 -- All merchandise manufactured in future by Sri Lankan Micro, Small, Medium and Large scale entrepreneurs (MSML) should be named under the "Made in Sri Lanka" brand to secure bett... Read More


Govt. to encourage skilled labour migration

Sri Lanka, March 9 -- Justice Minister Mohamed Ali Sabry focused attention towards improving working conditions of Sri Lankan women and highlighted certain barriers posed by Labour laws that restrict ... Read More


'Economic and social statistics do not indicate SL anywhere in the dumps'

The global C, March 3 -- 19 pandemic during its current generations' lifetime caused panic and curtailment of normal activities. However, newly published economic and social statistics do not indicate... Read More


Electricity to every household

Sri Lanka, Feb. 22 -- The government aims to provide electricity to every household. To achieve this the government plans to establish new power stations. Minister of Power and Energy Minister Dullas... Read More


Polythene packing products, single use sachet packets banned from March 31

Sri Lanka, Feb. 9 -- Referring to the Extraordinary Gazette notification, issued by the Government under the purview of Environment Minister Mahinda Amaraweera, the Central Environmental Authority (CE... Read More


Peliyagoda Central Fish market records 70% sales

Sri Lanka, Jan. 26 -- The Central Fish Market Employees Federation (CFMEF) yesterday said due to the drop in the pandemic situation, 70 percent fish is now being distributed to all parts of the countr... Read More


CEA seeks alternatives for polythene and plastic

Sri Lanka, Jan. 19 -- In a bid to prevent the country's land and ocean from been polluted from excessive waste polythene and plastic waste, the Central Environmental Authority (CEA) has urged Sri Lank... Read More