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The Government this week gave approval to award the emigration area of Bandaranaike International Airport in Katunayake to R. N. Constructions Ltd. for Rs. 472.5 million. 

The proposal, made by Transport and Civil Aviation Minister Nimal Siripala de Silva to award the contract as per the recommendations of the Cabinet Procurement Committee, was approved by the Cabinet. 

Another proposal made by the Minister to procure oil and lubricants for the Sri Lanka Transport Board, through Lanka IOC Plc and Chevron Lubricant Lanka Plc, was also approved by the Cabinet of Ministers.


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