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Premier reflects on economic diplomacy and good governance in new book


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A book titled ‘Economic Diplomacy and Good Governance: Reflections of Ranil Wickremesinghe’ (ISBN 978-955-51312-5-4), written by Dr. Telli C. Rajaratnam, has been launched with the first copy being presented to Premier Ranil Wickremesinghe by the author recently at Temple Trees. 



It is a hard cover publication with the jacket of the same cover consisting of 252 pages with 11 chapters. The book consists of chapters on The Wickremesinghe Factor of Good Governance; Media and the Prime Minister’s legitimate concerns; Revival of International Relations by Ranil; The Paris Agreement: Need for ratification as urged by the PM; Media and its impact on Governance; PM Wickremesinghe’s leadership towards economic development; Economic Diplomacy and ETCA; PM Ranil Wickremesinghe’s advocacy towards revival and resuscitation of GSP; PM Ranil Wickremesinghe’s call for a new Constitution: a sine qua non, diplomacy as an instrument of Good Governance, Changing Forces of Urban Economic Development: Globalization and City Competitiveness. 

The books are available at leading bookshops in Colombo and have been distributed to bookshops in India, Singapore, United Kingdom, Australia, the US and Malaysia.

 


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