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17th Sri Lanka-Thailand Business Council AGM

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The 17th Annual General Meeting of the Sri Lanka-Thailand Business Council was held at the Waters Edge in Battaramulla recently. It was held under the patronage of President of the Council Rizan Nazeer 

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Newly elected office bearers of the Sri Lanka Thailand Business Council for the year 2017/2018: Seated from left: Kamil Weerasekera (Treasurer) Creoz Multimedia, Asgar AM Musajee (Vice President) M.M. Noorbhoy & Co, Rizan Nazeer (President) Transtrade International, Ambassador  of Thailand Chulamanee Chartsuwan, Vichai Chartsuwan, Lionel Fernando (Vice President) Benjarong, Lalith Kumarage (Secretary) Alucare. Standing from left: Rohan Elgiriyewithana (Committee Member) Chanlanka International, Shahen Perera  (Committee Member) Jetwing Travels, Aasim Mukthar (Committee Member) Lanka Exhibition and Conference Service, Athick Afeez (Committee Member) Gamo Collections, Rienzie Fernando (Committee Member) Roots Global, Venura Fernando (Committee Member) Siam City Cement (Lanka), Priyantha Kolonnage (Committee Member) Pyramid Wilmar

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