“The banking sector has been resilient under pressure,” stated Dilshan Rodrigo
While the infrastructure for digital payments has been present in Sri Lanka
“We used the curfew to get to know our players, and look at our brand and structure
The So Sri Lanka campaign serves as an example of data led collaboration, according to…
“Those elected to parliament have a heavy burden and we can only hope that good counsel will prevail,” said President’s Counsel Geoffrey Alagaratnam, noting that parliament plays an important role as it represents the citizenry more so than the president – especially in light of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution.
“In the light of someone putting himself or herself forward as a representative of the public, it is crucial that the people understand the drivers behind that particular individual,” said Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) Executive Director Asoka Obeyesekere in the lead-up to the 5 August general election.
The COVID-19 pandemic presented businesses with an opportunity to revive and restructure, according to Nawaz Rajabdeen, the Founder and President of Confederation of Micro, Small and Medium Industries (COSMI).
Determining the next steps for the tourism industry has been a challenge given the prevailing pandemic induced uncertainty
The tea industry has faced a variety of issues with the Colombo Tea Traders’ Association Chairman Jayantha Karunaratne highlighting
Commercial Bank of Ceylon Managing Director and CEO Sivakrishnarajah Renganathan said on LMDtv recently that “the banking sector
The insurance sector has experienced challenging times in recent months as a result of its ties to various economic activities, noted the Chief Executive
The short-term impact of the COVID-19 pandemic induced curfew on the construction industry was fairly significant, according to Sector Head of the Property
The Group Managing Director of Sunshine Holdings Vish Govindasamy said on LMDtv not long ago that “the experience of the pharmaceutical sector
“Of all the economic segments across the world, tourism was among the hardest hit due to widespread travel restrictions in many destinations,” observed
The traditional retail sector faced serious issues with consumers being unable to visit stores during the curfew, lamented Spa Ceylon
According to Rajendra Theagarajah – the Managing Director and CEO of Cargills Bank – ensuring the safety of employees while