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Colombo : Sri Lanka | 4 years ago  
One businessman has newly appointed to the chairmanship post of Petrolium Coperation in Sri Lanka.One Sri Lankan living in US has written to a Sri Lanka news web what the secreat is...
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  • Rajapakse family – the new owners of Insurance Corporation

    Submitted By: Lankanews | 4 years ago
    It is reported that Insurance Corporation of Sri Lanka is to be bought by Gotabhaya Rajapakse. The deal is to be carried out through Harry Jayawardene, who had bought 49% of the shares of the Corporation that belonged to ‘Lanka Hospitals (...

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