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Ceylon Chamber organises business forums with Singapore, Indonesia delegations


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The Ceylon Chamber of Commerce (CCC) is organising two business forums with business delegations from Singapore and Indonesia during the visit of Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and Indonesian President Joko Widodo this week.

Prime Minister Loong will be accompanied by a high-profile business delegation from Singapore and on the occasion the Ceylon Chamber, in association with the Sri Lanka-Singapore Business Council (SLSBC) of the CCC, will be organising the ‘Sri Lanka-Singapore Business Forum’ on 24 January at the Shangri-La Hotel in Colombo.

The business forum will be followed by B2B meetings and a networking lunch.

The objective of the Sri Lanka-Singapore Business Forum is to provide an opportunity for members to interact with the members of this high-powered delegation. A 15-member high-profiled business delegation from Indonesia will be visiting Sri Lanka to coincide with the visit of the President of Indonesia from 24-25 January.

The CCC, in association with the Sri Lanka-Indonesia Business Council (SLIBC) of the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce, will be organising the ‘Sri Lanka-Indonesia Business Forum’ on 24 January at Shangri-La Hotel from 3.00 p.m. onwards.

The business forum will be followed by a networking meeting.

The objective of the Sri Lanka-Indonesia Business Forum is to provide an opportunity to interact with the members of this high-profile delegation. Those interested in attending the business forums are requested to register by today for the Singapore forum and by tomorrow for the Indonesia forum.


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