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Huddling ‘hub’ promise in ‘Mahinda Chinthana’?


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Tea Exporters Association Chairman Niraj De Mel (left) before the media briefing yesterday whilst member and HVA Lanka Exports Chairman Rohan Fernando with a copy of the ‘Mahinda Chinthana - Extended Vision’ policy document tucked in his hand checks his mobile

- Pic by Daminda Harsha Perera


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