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If diplomatic issues are solved, ECT will be up and running in two months : SLPA Chief

Colombo (News 1st);  Chairman of the Sri Lanka Ports Authority General (Retd) R. M. Daya Ratnayake said if the Government of Sri Lanka resolves the diplomatic issues, the East Container Terminal at the Colombo Port will be up and running within two months.Recently, port workers staged a protest demanding the ECT not be handed over to foreign entities and it was only called off following a meeting with the Prime Minister.Following the meeting, 03 imported gantry cranes were unloaded at the East Container Terminal.General (Retd) R.

M. Daya Ratnayake believes it will take at least another one month for the gantry cranes to be in full operational status.The SLPA Chairman said the 03 gantry cranes were originally imported for Phase V of the Jaya

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Colombo (News 1st);  Chairman of the Sri Lanka Ports Authority General (Retd) R. M. Daya Ratnayake said if the Government of Sri Lanka resolves the diplomatic issues, the East Container Terminal at the Colombo Port will be up and running within two months.Recently, port workers staged a protest demanding the ECT not be handed over to foreign entities and it was only called off following a meeting with the Prime Minister.Following the meeting, 03 imported gantry cranes were unloaded at the East Container Terminal.General (Retd) R.
Colombo (News 1st); The Monetary Board of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka, acting in terms of the Regulations made under the Registered Stock and Securities Ordinance and the Local Treasury Bills Ordinance, has decided to extend the suspension of Perpetual Treasuries Limited from carrying on the business and activities of a Primary Dealer for a period of six months.The Central Bank in a statement said the suspension came in to effect from 4.30 p.m.

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