Monday, 31st August 2015

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President Maithripala Sirisena was the Chief Guest at the opening ceremony of the 15th “Construct 2015” at BMICH last Friday, organised by the National Construction Association of Sri Lanka. The President said that the construction sector should be subject to certain timely changes to achieve the best outcome.  Picture by Sudath Malaweera.
President Maithripala Sirisena was the Chief Guest at the opening ceremony of the 15th “Construct 2015” at BMICH last Friday, organised by the National Construction Association of Sri Lanka. The President said that the construction sector should be subject to certain timely changes to achieve the best outcome. Picture by Sudath Malaweera. 
Chairman, CMTA, Gihan Pilapitiya
The CMTA was able to maintain cordial relationships with the regulators to achieve the associations objectives, said Gihan Pilapitiya, Chairman, CMTA addressing the 95th annual general meeting of the Ceylon Motor Traders’ Association held in Colombo on Friday. He said policies with regard to the automobile trade shifted 15 times within the period of 24 months in 2014 but this year they were able to restrict it to a manageable few in the light of governments changing hands.This was possible he said due to the transparent manner in which conducted their affairs winning the trust of all...
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