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Aitken Spence Sailing Despite Rough Weather

Sri Lanka’s leading conglomerate Aitken Spence released its second quarter financial results to the Colombo Stock Exchange on Tuesday, reporting a Rs 1.24b as profit before taxation and Rs 757.3m profit attributable to the shareholders during the first six months of operation, a growth of 18.7% and 16.5% respectively, compared to last year. Group Turnover Read More

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Gama Navodhaya Scheme by Aitken Spence Cargo

Aitken Spence Cargo will continue to support Dedunupitiya Maha Vidyalaya, in Mawanella, as part of the company’s Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives. This is an extension of the company’s scheme of Re-awakening the Village – “Gama Navodhaya” through village development projects. Aitken Spence Cargo had selected Dedunupitiya Maha Vidyalaya, being a school situated in one of Read More

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Aitken Spence-PSA “set to operate port terminal”

News- Key consortium set to operate port terminal Official announcement awaited in view of detailed calculations By Sunimalee Dias Daily Mirror- Financial Times http://www.dailymirror.lk/2007/10/12/ft/01.asp Financial bids for the Colombo South Harbour terminal opened yesterday with the highest bidder being Aitken Spence PSA. With four on the bidding list and in terms of the net percent Read More

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TUI Raises Awareness on Dolphins in Negombo

World’s leading tour operator TUI, brought together school children in Negombo’s fishing community for an awareness programme on the Dolphins to mark the “Year of the Dolphin”. The workshop, attended by children from fifteen schools in and around Negombo was organised by TUI’s representative in Negombo Mr Rohan Ratnayake at the request of Mr Roger Read More

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Prominent Chinese Buddhist Delegation Visits Sri Lanka

Subsequent to His Excellency President Mahinda Rajapakse’s visit to China, the President of the China Buddhist Association Most Venerable Shi Yi Cheng and a delegation of the most nenerable Buddhist prelates/lay Buddhist leaders of China visited Sri Lanka recently. The delegation comprised of two main sections. •The president and the members of the China Buddhist Read More

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