Wednesday, 3rd September 2014

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Business

GVR Lanka Chairman, Mahasen Samaravijaya with the model of the Dynasty Residencies
New York: Over Rs 350 million worth apartments and suites have been sold at the Dynasty Residencies that is being built in Kandy adjoining the Mahaweli river stamping investor confidence in the project. GVR Lanka Chairman, Mahasen Samaravijaya based in USA told Daily News Business that a Sri Lankan expatriate had bought the first penthouse valued at Rs.175 milllion. In addition one apartment has already been sold while advances have been received for several other apartments. Most of these buyers are Sri Lankans based overseas.” He said that the the historic venture will have 18 floors and...
Vietnam Airlines Catering GM Beat Dinkel,Founder CEO APOT.Asia Keerthi Hapugasdeniya, SriLankan Airlines Chairman Nishantha Wickremasinghe, Garuda Airlines Operations and Marketing Director Bambang Sujatmiko and Formia Airlines MD Roland Grohmann at the briefing. Picture by Wimal Karunatilleke
Asia Pacific On-board Travel (APOT.Asia), an organization that brings together tourism and hospitality leaders in the Asia Pacific region, is looking to expand its tourism promotional strategies with the appointment of its new chairman, Nishantha Wickremesinghe, the incumbent Chairman of Sri Lanka’s national carrier, SriLankan Airlines. Wickremesinghe took over duties from the outgoing chairperson, Heather Cho, Senior Vice President of Korean Air, in August this year. Aimed at collectively inventing and improving new strategies to attract more tourists to the region, APOT. Asia is a global...