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‘Meet the Customs Chief’ at National Chamber on 23 August

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The National Chamber of Commerce of Sri Lanka in collaboration with Sri Lanka Customs will conduct a business forum with a team of high ranking officials of Sri Lanka Customs on Wednesday 23 August from 3.00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m. at the National Chamber Auditorium, 450 D.R. Wijewardene Mawatha, Colombo-10. 

The session will touch on many areas which will be beneficial to the business community – latest procedures, regulations and new developments in the Customs, including online payments, trade facilitation, automated services, exports/imports etc in facilitating trade to their businesses.

The Customs Chief Chulananda Perera, will grace the occasion with a big line up of senior officials from Sri Lanka Customs and give an insight into all the aspects and activities of Customs in facilitating trade to the business community.

Other officials include S. Rajendran, Addl D.G. SL Customs – Corporate, U. Liyanege, Addl. D.G. SL Customs, K.A. Dharmasena Addl. D.G., P.R. Athukorale, Director Customs and Sudaththa Silva, Suptd of Customs – ICT.

 The session will be followed by a panel discussion and Q & A, where the participants will get an opportunity to interact with the panellists and share their views and suggestions and find solutions to their issues.

For registration kindly contact the Chamber TP 4741788 Mrs Fouad/Madushika pa@nationalchamber.lk; tradelinks@nationalchamber.lk or fax 2689596.


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