The Ceylon Chamber of Commerce (CCC), the most proactive and innovative business chamber in Sri Lanka entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with the Union of manufacturers and Businessmen (Employers) of Armenia (UMB(E)A). The two organisations joined hands to strengthen trade ties and to allow members to explore new business opportunities in both countries. CCC Secretary General/CEO Harin Malwatte and (UMB(E)A) board member Yervand Tarverdyan signed the MOU on behalf of the respective organisations.
UMB(E)A) is a not for profit, non governmental organisation that unites businessmen who hold leading positions in Armenia. Currently Sri Lanka exports tea, garments and ceramic items to Armenia. With the new co-operation with the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce, UMB(E)A) expects to strengthen trade between both countries as well as exchange of information, technical know- how, business delegations and a number of other trade facilitating measures. The Ceylon Chamber of Commerce being the premier business chamber in Sri Lanka actively promotes bilateral trade and attracting foreign investments to Sri Lanka. To find out more information on business and investment opportunities visit www.chamber.lk.