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Delegation from Mumbai visits Ceylon Chamber of Commerce

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An 18-member delegation from India, which included ex-co members of the IMC Chamber of Commerce and Industry, visited the Ceylon Chamber on Monday, 26 February. 

The meeting was organised by the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce in association with the Indo-Lanka Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ILCCI). 

Amongst products that the delegation sought to trade were those from sectors ranging across airlines, automobile assembly, auto components, precision workshop, engineering, real estate development, education, training, coaching, consulting, entrepreneur development, sports and leisure, health care, cosmetics, information technology, chemical products, banking, and more from the service and industrial sectors.

The delegates were provided with a briefing on the economic outlook, trade and investment environment by the Economic Intelligence Unit of the Ceylon Chamber. Furthermore, Sri Lankan business counterparts were provided the opportunity to meet with the Indian delegation at the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce, which allowed for a further boost in the trading relationship between Sri Lanka and India.

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