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Mark Mobius visits Heritance Ahungalla

Investment Guru Mark Mobius Spends Weekend at Heritance Ahungalla Dr. Mark Mobius, Managing Director and Mr. Dennis Lim, Senior Executive Vice President Templeton Asset Management Ltd. being welcomed at the Heritance Ahungalla. The welcome dance “The Salu Paliya” belongs to the low country form of dance famous throughout the south coast of Sri Lanka. Widely Read More

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Aitken Spence Shows a Stronger Performance in 2Q

Aitken Spence PLC released its second quarter financial results to the Colombo Stock Exchange today, reporting Rs 744mn as pre-tax profit and Rs 470mn as profit attributable to shareholders for the quarter ended 30th September 2009; both increasing by 16% over the previous year. The Sri Lanka-based diversified conglomerate’s figures for the first six months Read More

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Japan’s NICC Lauds Aitken Spence Efforts to Disseminate Management Best Practices

[Colombo, 08.10.09] Deputy Director of Japanese business community’s international corporation arm, Nippon-Keidanren International Co-Corporation Center (NICC), Mr. Hiriyuki Matsui commended the initiatives made by Aitken Spence PLC to proliferate NICC’s Management Training Programme (MTP) in Sri Lanka. “NICC was established in 1990 to foster international cooperation through human resource development. Since then, NICC has played Read More

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Aitken Spence Launches its Fifth Hotel in India with the Opening of “Tamara” in Coimbatore

Aitken Spence Hotels and Resorts is pleased to announce the latest addition to its portfolio of hotels in India with the opening of “Tamara” in Coimbatore. Situated in the foothills of the Western Ghats, Tamara is nestled in a fairytale setting. The surroundings of the resort with the panoramic view of the mountains and the Read More

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MMBL Money Master Helps Former LTTE Child Soldiers

MMBL Money Master recently donated shoes and socks for 113 children at the Security Lodging and Rehabilitation Centre in Ambepussa. The centre helps rehabilitate former LTTE child soldiers who had surrendered during the war. The centre carries out a one year vocational training for its inmates on completion of which they could return to their Read More

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