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Discussion on financing opportunities for clean energy projects in Sri Lanka

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An awareness programme on the IFC and Government of Canada’s financing of clean energy projects that were recently launched in Sri Lanka will be held on 31 May at Colombo Swimming Club.

The discussion will involve representatives from the International Finance Corporation, IFC-Canada Climate Change Program, High Commissioner of Canada in Sri Lanka Shelley Whiting,

and IFC’s Country Manager for Sri Lanka and Maldives Amena Arif. 

This discussion and evening networking event is organised by the Sri Lanka-Canada Business Council of the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce. Interested parties are requested to contact 0115588861 for registration on or before 27 May.


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