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Intl. Chamber of Commerce AGM on Thursday


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The Annual General Meeting and the 60th anniversary celebrations of the International Chamber of Commerce Sri Lanka will take place at Hotel Galadari Colombo on 5 November.

Minister of Megapolis and Western Development Patali Champika Ranawaka will be the Chief Guest of the event. He will deliver the key note and make a presentation on the topic ‘How Megapolis and Western Development can change Business in Sri Lanka’.

The Postal Department will issue a Stamp and a First Day Cover to mark the occasion of the Diamond Jubilee of ICCSL.  Minister Postal Services and Muslim Religious Affairs M.H. Abdul Haleem, Deputy Minister Duleep Pandula Wijesekara and the Secretary P.H.L. Wimalasiri Perera will be participating in this event. 

Invitees includes ambassadors, high commissioners, business leaders and ICCSL members.


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