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Bank of Ceylon performed Avurudu Ganu-Denu with President Mahinda Rajapaksa on April 15 at its Tangalle branch. BOC Director Chandrasiri de Silva, BOC Director Nalini Abeywardene, BOC General Manager D. M Gunasekara, BOC AGM Southern Province D.K.N. Piyasoma and BOC Tangalle Branch Manager G.A Gnanawickrama participated along with the BOC Tangalle branch employees and customers. For 74 years, the Bank of Ceylon has been in the forefront in preserving national heritage and upholding traditions and cultural v
Bank of Ceylon performed Avurudu Ganu-Denu with President Mahinda Rajapaksa on April 15 at its Tangalle branch. BOC Director Chandrasiri de Silva, BOC Director Nalini Abeywardene, BOC General Manager D. M Gunasekara, BOC AGM Southern Province D.K.N. Piyasoma and BOC Tangalle Branch Manager G.A Gnanawickrama participated along with the BOC Tangalle branch employees and customers. For 74 years, the Bank of Ceylon has been in the forefront in preserving national heritage and upholding traditions and cultural values in the country.
Dr. P. B. Jayasundara
The country's per capita income will surpass the expected target of US $4000 in 2016 as it has risen to US $3280 in 2013. Finance Ministry and Treasury Secretary Dr. P. B. Jayasundara said the economic growth during the year 2003 was 7.3% of the GDP and during the 1970s, when he had served at the Central Bank, it was reported to be at a standing of 3%. He also reminded that what had ensued during that time was a significant achievement and taking today's economic progress is being considered as a marginal improvement. Research shows that the first country to reach the $4,000 mark was USA in...
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