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The 5th edition of COMPLAST Sri Lanka 2018, the complete plastics exhibition, alongside COMEXPO 2018, the complete manufacturing expo was launched on 10 August at the BMICH, and will go on till 12 August. The event showcases over 150 exhibitors from 15 countries. Together with its organisers Smart Expos and Fairs India Ltd. and the Plastics and Rubber Institute of Sri Lanka (PRISL), the exhibition was officially inaugurated by Chief Guest Industry and Commerce Minister Rishad Bathiudeen and Industrial Development Board Chairman Mahinda Jinasena. The launch was also graced by the attendance of Speaker of Parliament Karu Jayasuriya

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