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Sri Lanka at ICC Asia Pacific Conference on financing for sustainable development


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United Nations ESCAP Under Secretary General Dr. Armida Salsiah with ICCSL Chairman Dinesh Weerakkody and Secretary Shanil Fernando 

The Asia PAC Conference on Financing Inclusive and Sustainable Development organised by ICC Bangaledesh, UNESCAP, ADB and Government of Bangladesh to celebrate 100 years of the International Chamber of Commerce was held 10-11 December in Dhaka. 

President of Bangaladesh Abdul Hamid Président of Bangladesh inaugurated the conference. The Finance Minister, Foreign Minister, Planning Minister and the Central Bank Governor of Bangladesh participated in the deliberations. UNESCAP Head Dr. Armida Alisjahbana including senior representatives of the ADB participated. 

The event concluded with a cultural show. 


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